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Staying Safe on the Road this Summer

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As we enter the last month of summer, some people might be planning vacations before the kids return to school. These road trips are a great way to build memories with the family, but they can become dangerous when people ignore safety precautions. The NHTSA has tips for families driving with children in the car in order to keep everyone safe. This way, families can enjoy the summer without needing the help of a Detroit car accident attorney.
Some of the safety tips are good not just for summer for all months. These include:

  • Never leaving children unattended in the car
  • Always double checking for children in the car before heading into your destination
  • Teach children that cars are not toys

Parents should also be aware of car seat sizes and their children. As children get older, they want to sit in the car like a big boy or girl and might complain about riding in a car seat. But these seats save lives. By checking the size of your child versus the size recommended by the government for safe driving, you can be sure that your child is a safe passenger in any vehicle.

When driving with children in the car, it is important to always pay attention to the road and drive at a reasonable speed. This means tuning out all distraction, obeying posted speed limits, and looking out for other drivers. Even the safest drivers can be involved in accidents due to the negligence of others. While it is impossible to completely prevent car accidents, it is possible to stay as safe as possible behind the wheel.

At Davis Law Center, we want everyone to have a safe and happy summer. Unfortunately, we know that it is possible to people to be injured through no fault of their own. If you have been injured in an accident, contact a Detroit car accident attorney at our office today for a free consultation.

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