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10 Tips on Courteous Driving

The following tips on driving courteously were developed by Coalition for Consumer Health and Safety (CCHS) members.

1. Concentrate on driving, not on passengers, mobile phones, or other distractions.
2. Obey speed limits.
3. Maintain a safe distance from the vehicle ahead.
4. When entering a roadway or changing lanes, allow other drivers to maintain speed.
5. Drive in the right or middle lane. Pass on the left.
6. Signal several hundred feet before turning or changing lanes.
7. Stop at stop signs and red lights. Don't run yellow lights.
8. Respect pedestrian right-of-way in cross walks.
9. Don't block intersections.
10.Use your horn sparingly and only to remind others of your presence.

This information highlights examples of safety precautions you can consider to protect yourself, your family, and your property. This list is not meant to be all-encompassing. Moreover, a particular precaution may not be effective or appropriate in all circumstances. We encourage you to use your own good judgement about what's appropriate.

 
 

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