Avoid Distracted Driving, Save a Life & Save on Your Auto Insurance

Avoid Distracted Driving, Save a Life & Save on Your Auto Insurance

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How you can save lives and save on auto insurance by skipping distracted driving.

Distraction behind the wheel is becoming an increasingly serious problem for the modern driver. We’re all constantly connected, informed, and entertained, and it can be hard to unplug and focus when you’re in the driver’s seat. The problem is that distracted drivers are 4 times more likely to get into an accident.

To help you avoid distracted driving – which will help you save lives and save on auto insurance here are a few types of distractions you need to avoid.

  • Eating/Drinking: Over half of drivers admit that drinking or eating while driving has made it challenging to focus on the road. Eat and drink before you buckle in.
  • Texting: When you text and drive, you’re 20 times more likely to get into an accident. Every time you text, you take your eyes off the road for an average of 4.6 out of every 6 seconds. Stow your phone while you drive.
  • Calling: Most states have outlawed taking a call while behind the wheel, but nearly one in four drivers admit they’ve taken – or even made – a call while in drive. Hang up when you buckle up!
  • Changing Music: 3 out of 5 drivers have admitted distraction while fiddling with their audio system. Changing a CD or radio station is risky, but constantly looking down at your mp3 device to change songs adds even more hazard to your drive. It’s best to set your music before you ever put your keys in the ignition.

The good news? While avoiding distracted driving might require a little more work behind the wheel, it can also help you save! Avoiding distracted driving means avoiding accidents and tickets, which will help keep your auto insurance as affordable as possible. To learn more about how you can slash your premiums, contact Hoffman Brown Company in Sherman Oaks, California.

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