Refrain from using your cell phone while driving, even hands-free.
Put your cell phone on silent or put it in the glovebox to avoid temptation.
Pull over and put your vehicle in park if you must make a call.
Change your voicemail message to say you are unavailable when driving but will return any calls once you’ve reached your destination.
Safety belts are one of the most effective devices in your vehicle. Always wear it when you are driving and ensure your passengers are properly buckled up also.
Aggressive driving behaviors include speeding, making frequent unnecessary lane changes, tailgating, and running lights/stop signs. These behaviors create unsafe situations for you and other drivers and can lead to road rage.
Keep your emotions in check and don’t take your frustrations out on other drivers.
Plan ahead to allow enough time for delays.
Focus on your driving: avoid eating, drinking, phones, changing radio stations, adjusting GPS settings, grooming, or doing work while driving.
Do not tailgate. Allow at least 3 seconds distance between you and vehicles you are following.
Use your horn sparingly.