Four of the Most Risky Ways to Drive
Although the vast majority of our audience exercise extreme caution and focus when driving, there are a surprising number of individuals who pose a much greater threat than they want to admit or maybe ever acknowledge. Perhaps they rationalize their risky driving behavior’s or just do not see the seriousness of the threat they pose to others by increasing the likelihood of catastrophic car accidents.
Here are four ways that careless drivers may do us damage
These are four among the most dangerous practices that might lead to an accident in a vehicle.
Drivers lose command and have less time to brake at halted traffic when they surpass the speed limit.
When you’re under the influence of drugs or alcohol, you can’t drive safely since your reactions, judgement, and awareness are all compromised.
Using a cell phone while driving, even for a short period of time, significantly raises the risk of an accident. That doesn’t mean all distracted driving accidents include cellphones, however. A driver may be severely distracted by almost anything other than driving, including food, personal care items, and the radio.
Drivers who dart between lanes, speed past red lights, tailgate or generally drive aggressively endanger everyone on the road.
These things are risky, and the best part is that you can stop them nearly completely. Driving under the influence, with a phone in hand, or going too fast is something that no one has to do. Careless driving is almost always an intentional act that puts the lives of other road users and their passengers at risk.