Wisconsin drivers take safe driving cues from GOAutoPlus.com Green Bay auto resource offers safety education for motorists
GREEN BAY, Wis., Jan. 31, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Winter weather is heavily impacting the order and safety of roads across the country, which gives drivers more of an opportunity to practice their safe driving skills. Wis. drivers have dealt with especially challenging driving conditions this winter and Green Bay, Wis. auto resource, GOAutoPlus.com, is offering a few tips to keep in mind for safer driving.
Vehicles have never been safer than the ones created today, but accidents continue to happen as a result of human error or driver negligence. In order to make the road a safer place for motorists and pedestrians, there are several things GOAutoPlus.com is encouraging drivers to do. From slowing their speed to practicing defensive driving, Wis. motorists can be the difference in safer road travel.
One of the easiest ways for drivers to make the road safer for themselves and others is to never operate their vehicle while impaired. Whether under the influence or tired, these circumstances can significantly reduce a driver's reaction time and ability to operate a vehicle safely. Additionally, drivers should avoid any distractions when behind the wheel. Cellphones, technology or conversations with passengers can lead to distracted driving and potentially dangerous circumstances.
Perhaps the most commonly known safety tip, and law, is to always wear a seatbelt. Whether the roads are perfectly clear or covered in snow or ice, wearing a seatbelt can be the difference between a minor accident and a fatal tragedy. GOAutoPlus.com urges drivers to be responsible for themselves and their passengers by requiring everyone to use their seabelts no matter how long or short the distance traveled.
Another important aspect of safe driving is the vehicle. A trustworthy, well-maintained vehicle is one of the most vital parts of safe travel. To schedule a service appointment or receive additional information on how to be a more responsible driver, GOAutoPlus.com is available online or by phone at 920-436-0458 to answer any questions.
Media Contact: Katie Collins, GOAutoPlus.com, (920) 436-0458, firstname.lastname@example.org
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