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  1. Top Five Safety Rules You Must Follow While Driving By: Nicholas Zubrick

  2. 1: Never Drink and Drive This is the golden rule of driving. Never ever drive if you are drunk because alcohol causes a number of impairments that lead to the car accidents. Even at low blood-alcohol levels, intoxication reduces the reaction time, lowers the guessing power and lowers inhibitions. At higher levels of alcohol, it causes blurred vision and even loss of consciousness. Nicholas Zubrick

  3. 2: Always Wear Your Seat Belt It is the most essential thing to do for a car driver. A seat belt is must as they prevent you from being thrown around the inside of a crashing vehicle or thrown through the windshield and flung completely out of vehicle during any misfortune and thus saves your life. According to a report, wearing a seat belt reduce the risk of fatal injury by 45% to 50%. Nicholas Zubrick

  4. 3: Follow Three Second Rule – Don’t Follow Too Closely It is highly recommended to the car drivers to keep a safe distance between themselves and the car ahead. Because the other vehicle makes a sudden turn or stop, then the driver needs enough time to react in that situation. As it can be very difficult to estimate the recommended distance while driving and the exact distance would have it be adjusted for speed, so most experts recommend a “three-second rule”. Nicholas Zubrick

  5. 4: Always Avoid the Distractions While driving, any kind of distraction like taking on cell phones, applying make-up, eating food etc. is a very idea as drivers are not able to give their full attention to the road and their reaction time becomes slower as a result. And this can cause severe damage to the life and property as well. Many studies have shown that these distractions reduce the reaction time to a very large extant. Nicholas Zubrick

  6. 5: Never Run a Red Signal Running a red light is one of the most common causes for road accidents. When you try to run a red light, you take the risk that another car will turn or pull out in front of you right into your path. Moreover, it is equally likely that a pedestrian step out into the crosswalk. All these things can lead to very serious accidents and no one will be at fault except you. Nicholas Zubrick