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Always use a good quality screen wash that protects down to atleast -35 to prevent the water from freezing.
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Always anticipate danger and watch the road ahead. Drivers who adopt good defensive driving techniques always watch ahead for in case early braking is needed. Leave a good gap between your vehicle and those ahead, allowing plenty of time brake early.
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Always conduct regular maintenance checks to assure that all signals and brake lights are functioning properly.
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If in case you need to pull over its always a good practice to move your vehicle off the road and never park on the shoulder or in the breakdown lane for any reasons except an emergency.
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Big vehicles make big splashes that can hit your windshield and momentarily block your sight, so try not to drive close to them.
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If you live in a cold-weather area, get your car winter-serviced, which includes adding winter-grade fluids that resist freezing,like antifreeze, oil, and windshield-wiper solution.
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Keep your fuel tank always full as it may be necessary to change routes or turn back during a bad storm. You may also be in for a long delay if bad weather forces a highway closure.
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Practice driving, checking stopping distances, and looking in all directions before proceeding at a stoplight or stop sign.
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Do not use the mobile phone, if you really have to use one, attach a hands-free kit. It is a fact that using a cell while driving is comparable to alcohol impaired driving in accident frequency.
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Text, email, phone calls, music--today's wireless phones are multimedia powerhouses but they are not driving aids. If anything, they are driving inhibitors.
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