Preventive Measures Are In Your Hand For Safe Driving
Car accidents are debilitating situation for every one of us, and preventing it has to be our first priority. In 2014, in Illinois fewer deaths from car accidents were reported and the number of 910 deaths from road accidents has been the lowest recorded number since 1921. The Illinois Department of Transportation has come up with a statement that fatality rate may increase in 2015. Adding to this, on 5th November, 2014, 791 deaths were reported by the department and on the same date in 2015 the department came up with reporting 835 traffic deaths. This shows that the number of traffic deaths can increase from the total number of deaths in 2014. Following are some do’s and don’ts for having a safe drive and also for avoiding any sort of slip or fall injury during winter.
· Do Not Fully Relax At Intersection
The most important thing to avoid at the intersection is to be totally relaxed, because while entering and leaving intersection any car can be a reason of road accident. You have to drive defensively and before leaving the intersection, you have to make sure that drivers are obeying the traffic laws and you are safe.
· Do Not Use Your Mobile Phones
Say a big “NO” to mobile phones when it comes to driving a car, as using the mobile phone may distract you from driving it safely. An Accident takes place within a second, so distraction from driving safely is not an option.
· Do Not Get Distracted By Children In The Car
Children do not remain quiet anywhere, especially in the car as they feel very excited observing the outer environment, that is why you have to make sure that you get them engaged with anything that is able to stop them to distract you from driving safely. Giving them their favorite candies to eat while on a journey will assist you in driving attentively.
· Keep Your Car’s Headlights On At Two-Line Roads And Highways
The reason for keeping your car’s headlights on is to remain visible when you come across dangerous driving situations. The need to keep the headlights on increases when in the foggy weather. Make sure that you hint to other drivers that you are coming through your car’s headlights on two-line roads.
· Make Sure You Use Turn Signals
Not using turn signals is what which drivers sometimes deliberately do, as they consider it unimportant. Many accidents take place just because drivers do not use both sides’ indicators of the car during the time of turning on either side of the road and other driver behind it, is not able to react much faster to avoid collision.
Keeping in consideration the casualties that can be expected in case of an accident, such as headache, spinal injury, arm pain or fracture etc, these aforementioned tips will be a lot helpful in the long run.
Road accidents and slip or fall injury requires to be treated by an experienced doctor and through the treatment option that is noninvasive. For that, Pain Management Institute has its name and it is the most famous institute who caters to the victims of both car accidents and fall injuries. For booking an appointment, you can call at (815) 464-7212.