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Stay Safe on the Road This Fall

STAY SAFE ON THE ROAD THIS FALL THE HAZARD SCHOOL TRAFFIC Fall is back-to-school time, which means more cars and kids will be on the road HOW TO HANDLE IT Allow extra time when you'll be driving in school zones so you're not in a rush Obey all speed limits and stop when you see school buses Be aware around crosswalks, as kids might dart out into the street unexpectedly THE HAZARD RAIN Once summer is over, you can expect to see more rain when you're driving HOW TO HANDLE IT Pavement gets slippery, especially the first few times it rains after a dry spell Leave plenty of following distance between you and cars ahead of you Lower your speed, and put your headlights on to maintain visibility THE HAZARD LEAVES Fall colors look beautiful, but fallen leaves can be slippery on the road HOW TO HANDLE IT Pay attention, as leaves might cover signs or markings on the road Reduce your speed if you are driving over wet, leaf-covered roads Avoid parking near piles of leaves to reduce the chances of fires THE HAZARD which means FOG Mornings get there's a greater chance of fog HOW TO HANDLE IT Slow down, and don't follow the car ahead of you too closely Clear any condensation on your windshield and windows before you hit the road Use only your low beams, as your high beams will create a glare PROVIDED BY: Ford JACK MADDEN "We're On The Auto Mile!" WWW.JACKMADDENFORDBLOG.COM Sources:

Stay Safe on the Road This Fall

shared by BrittSE on Jan 28
You might experience more rain once the summer comes to an end, so prepare to drive slower and avoid getting too close to the cars ahead of you! Look through this infographic on safe driving.


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