Posted on: 19 February 2015
You may think you're a good driver, but even those who assume they are more than competent behind the wheel often make mistakes that make them a danger to themselves and to others. If you're concerned about your own safety or want to make your teenager safer when behind the wheel, note these tips.
1. Always Keep Your Car in Good Repair
This may seem like an obvious point, but it's surprising how often people drive with soft brakes, low tire pressure, or a cracked windshield without realizing how these things compromise their safety when behind the wheel.