Five Tips to Ensure YOU Don’t Cause a PA, NJ Aggressive Driving Crash

Most of us have encountered an aggressive driver. Actually, we have probably encountered quite a few. Most of us will also agree that these drivers are extremely dangerous and look absolutely ridiculous. Their negligent behaviors put every person on the roadway in danger and are the cause of numerous Pennsylvania car crashes each year. While we may admit that other drivers are negligent, we may be hesitant to admit that we exhibit some of these same dangerous driving behaviors.

Whether you feel you have aggressive driving tendencies or not, it may still be helpful to take a step back and examine your driving behaviors. Keep these tips in mind in order to ensure you are driving as safely and as responsibly as possible.

  • Concentrate on the road–You are in the car to drive, so drive. Don’t let your mind wander or allow yourself to be distracted by the radio or cellular phone.
  • Plan ahead– Give yourself enough time to get where you’re going, including possible signals and traffic, this way, you won’t be tempted to speed or swerve between lanes.
  • Obey traffic safety signs and signals –Pay close attention to all signs and signals, including yield, stop, and school signs. Be aware of the time of day if you are driving through school zones or residential areas.
  • Don’t take it personally –Don’t become offended by other people’s actions. Frequently, other drivers make mistakes because they didn’t see you or were distracted. Don’t take it personally and try to get back at them.
  • Relax– When you are in the car, you can’t be expected to do anything else. This is not the time to talk on the cell phone or answer emails. Put on some of your favorite music and try to enjoy driving.

If you or someone you love has been seriously injured in a Pennsylvania car wreck with an aggressive driver, you need to contact a Bucks County car crash lawyer at Cordisco & Saile immediately for a free consultation about your injury case. We will answer any questions you may have and will help you understand more about the process of a Pennsylvania or New Jersey car crash case.