Always Wear Seat Belts
Don’t Use a Cell Phone While Driving: Using a cell phone while driving, as many studies have shown, can make the driver four times more vulnerable to an accident. If you must use the phone, pull off the road with the car turned off.
Obey Emergency Vehicle Laws: Always pull over to the right shoulder when emergency vehicles approach.
Reduce Distractions: Having your music turned up too loud can block out important emergency vehicle sirens leaving you unaware of their presence. Applying makeup, reading a book or magazine, eating, or any other distraction that keeps your eyes off the road, clearly compromises your driving ability.
Adjust/Check Your Mirrors: Always make sure all car mirrors are adjusted to their correct positions.
Keep Your Headlights On: Driving with headlights on not only makes it easier for you to see at night, it also makes your vehicle more visible to others at all times.
Beware of Weathered Roads: Rain, snow, sleet and other weather-related issues can make the roads difficult to navigate. Always use caution, reduce speeds and give yourself as much time as possible for evasive maneuvers.