Prevent Distracted Driving Accidents
Distractive driving is one of the most common reasons for car accident, also making it one of the most preventable. While many people feel as though distracted driving is not all that dangerous, the statistics don’t lie--countless accidents, injuries, and fatalities have occurred as a result of the driver not paying attention to the road. While you may feel as though you are capable of multitasking, this could not be further from the truth--all it takes is a split second of your diverted attention to result in the worst moment in your life.
The following are the most common reasons behind distracted driving accidents:
- Cell phone use, such as texting or talking--even over Bluetooth
- Food and drink
- Using GPS
- Talking to passengers
- Putting on makeup or otherwise grooming oneself
- Listening to distracting music, or playing with the controls on the dashboard
- Watching videos
- Reading the news or checking any other apps on one’s phone
Avoiding these distractions is entirely doable, and it can lead to a major decline in car accidents. If you need to adjust your music or GPS, it is essential you do so before you hit the road. Not only will this save you time and stress, it will make your overall driving experience much safer. Avoid any personal activities such as grooming, chatting with passengers, or eating and drinking by giving yourself a head start before you get behind the wheel. Not only will you feel better if you are entirely ready before sitting in the car, you will be in far less of a rush and won’t risk causing injury to yourself as well as others.
Contact Our Carlsbad Car Accident Attorneys Today
At Levinson Law Group, we understand just how devastating it can be to suffer as a result of a car accident. This is why our Carlsbad car accident attorneys feel a sincere sense of duty in protecting our clients to the fullest following an accident or injury. No matter the complexities or challenges of your case, we will be with you until the end--not only will we help conduct an investigation, we will do everything in our power to promote results in your favor.
Contact us today by calling us at (760) 742-5221.