Driving Safety Tips

Safety Tips for Driving at Night

Posted in Driving Safety Tips on April 12, 2021

Driving at night can be very dangerous. According to the National Safety Council (NSC), fatal crashes tend to peak during darker times of the day—with low visibility, fatigued driving, and driving under the influence contributing to these statistics. While driving at night, it is very important for Texas drivers to remain vigilant, practice defensive driving,… read more


Distracted Driving Laws in Texas

Posted in Driving Safety Tips,Motor Vehicle Accidents on March 29, 2021

Texas drivers have a responsibility to follow all traffic laws and operate their vehicles safely. To uphold this standard of care, motorists must keep their eyes, mind, and hands-on the act of driving at all times. Unfortunately, not all drivers follow these rules, engaging in dangerous and risky behaviors while they are supposed to focus… read more


Texas Bicycle Laws: What You Need To Know

Posted in Driving Safety Tips on August 25, 2020

Riding a bicycle on Texas roads can be dangerous, especially if you are cycling near cars, trucks, and other large motor vehicles. To protect cyclists from injury, the Texas Transportation Code outlines specific rules and regulations each person who rides a bicycle must follow when riding. Understanding these laws can help prevent harm during your… read more


Make Safe Driving One of Your New Year’s Resolutions This 2020

Posted in Driving Safety Tips on January 6, 2020

Not only is it the start of a brand new year, but it’s also the start of a brand new decade, and with it comes the determination to become better people. Many may put things like exercising and eating healthy on their list of New Year’s resolutions, but if you haven’t made up your mind… read more


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