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The holidays present a special time to gather with family, friends, and loved ones from near and far. It’s also a time with more people on the roads. Although the holidays are often the ideal time to make that trip over the river and through the woods to grandma’s house, there are extra hazards on the road during this time.
Whether it’s due to the winter elements, poor maintenance on your vehicle, or another driver’s carelessness, there are more car accidents during the holidays. While you may not be able to control the hazards like the weather and other drivers’ behavior, there are some steps you can take to prevent car accidents this holiday season.
If you’re planning to hit the road this holiday season, follow these car accident prevention tips to help keep you and your fellow drivers safe on the roads:
The holiday season is a time for gathering, celebrating, and spreading cheer. We hope that you take our car accident safety tips to heart this holiday season to ensure that you, your family, and your fellow motorists are as safe as possible out on the roads this year.
Even the most prepared driver can still experience a car accident that’s completely out of their control. If you are involved in an accident this holiday season, contact the team at Frank Penney Injury Lawyers right away. We’ll handle the whole process for you and negotiate a fair settlement on your behalf.
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