You are already aware of the fact that wintertime is known for the most hazardous driving conditions. Now the auto insurance industry is telling you about the dangers of spring. Why? It seems like the season of rejuvenation has its own set of liability risk exposures to deal with as the rain falls and animals awaken form their hibernating slumbers, becoming potential collision targets.
Brush up on your auto and truck skills by reviewing this general safe driving list.
The Eleven steps to Driving Safer in the Spring Time
1. Review your auto policy with an experienced independent agent to make sure your coverage is tailored to your needs.
2. Take good care of your vehicle.
Take advantage of spring’s milder weather conditions to bring your car in for an auto shop check. Have your mechanic assess your fluid level, tire pressure, and suspension and brake systems so that you … Read More