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How to Increase Your Safety and Lower Risk of a Car Crash in Florida

For teen drivers, there is a general lack of experience that has deemed them riskier drivers on the roads. But as people age, physical capabilities change and many drivers forget the basics that they were taught in their driver’s education classes. When you feel this happening, there are certain things you can do to become a better driver and lower your risk on the roadways of being involved in a Florida car wreck.

Here are a few things you can do to help brush up on your skills and increase your safety behind the wheel.

  • Review basics online– If you are new to Florida or have not been in the state for some time, it is a good idea to review basic traffic laws before hitting the roadways again. This can be done online.
  • Understand your physical capabilities– As you age, your response times may become slower and you may not be able to drive as well as you did before. When this happens, it is a good idea to review the type of car you are driving and what your capabilities are in terms of checking your blind spot and seeing well in inclement weather.
  • Review defensive driving techniques– Defensive driving is an important skill to have. Review your defensive driving techniques so that you can be a safer driver to yourself and others on the road.

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