Hastings & Hastings Highlights Habits of Safe Drivers

Hastings & Hastings, one of Arizona’s most diligent and long standing practitioners of personal injury law, have made it a mission to help keep the streets of Arizona safe. They believe that one of the best ways to accomplish this is through the promotion of safe driving habits. To that end, Hastings & Hastings highlights the habits of safe drivers.

Hastings & Hastings notes that following the speed limit has consistently been shown to be a key factor in driver safety. Speed limits are established for the safety of everyone. They are not arbitrary numbers. Rather, Hastings & Hastings comments, speed limits are put into place factoring in a wide variety of conditions from traffic flow to the state of the road. The National Highway and Traffic Safety Association has stated that speed limits are the primary factor in preserving road safety.

Hastings & Hastings comments that following the speed limit is just a start. Safe drivers follow many important rules and practice several crucial habits.

It is vital that drivers avoid getting behind the wheel of a car when they are tired and drowsy. Studies have shown that drowsy driving rivals drunk driving in terms of danger. Tired drives have trouble focusing and making decisions. Additionally, reaction time is negatively impacted by drowsiness.

Inclement weather is significant factor in many collisions. Hastings & Hastings notes that safe drivers often avoid driving during severe weather. If driving is unavoidable, individuals should proceed slowly and cautiously for the duration of the inclement weather.

Distracted driving is a common cause of major accidents. Cell phones are a common source of distraction. Hastings & Hastings implores individuals to stay off of their cell phones while driving. Just a few seconds of distraction could prove fatal.

Finally, Hastings & Hastings encourages everyone to stay buckled up. Seat belts save lives. Buckling is a simple safety precaution which can make the difference between life and death.

“Safety will always be a concern when we are talking about cars. We have seen over the years that driving is an inherently dangerous act. We here at Hastings & Hastings have made it our life’s work to defend the rights of accident victims. If you have been involved in an accident, give us a call today,” Said David Hastings, the founder of Hastings & Hastings.

Hastings & Hastings can be reached at hastingsandhastings.com, or by calling (480)706-1100

Press Contact:

Kristy Guell
Hastings & Hastings
Voice: (480)706-1100

E-Mail: kristy.guell@hastingsandhastings.com



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