Alyssa (16)

by Alyssa Liljequist

In an instant of metal careening into metal, lives can be changed forever for the worse. Broken bones. Brain damage. Death. To thousands of people who have experienced car crashes, these are not merely words but tragic realities. Here are four tips to help you and everyone around you stay safe while driving:

1) Avoid traveling in bad weather
2) Obey traffic rules
3) Watch out for others on the road
4) Always wear your seat belt

For many people, driving is a necessary way to get from one place to another. Such may be the case with you. Thankfully, driving does not have to be a scary play with death. If you take precautions, use common sense, and make an effort to be alert and careful, you will greatly reduce your chances of being in a car accident.

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Mar 22, 2010
Very true
by: Elaina

Your words are very true, and communicate well to those who have and have not been in a serious accident. Thank you for your work.

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