Driving Distractions and Teens on Spring Break


While drivinglovelyyoungwoman_leaningcar, breaks, or for the spring break fun:

Cell phones – Not to be used while driving — but more for contacting friends when splitting up, and for calling parents everyday. It’s also a means to get in touch with services like AAA.

Driving Breaks – Avoid drowsy driving and schedule plenty breaks for longer drives — avoid driving during nighttime. Being well-rested is an important part of driving.

There’s plenty of fun to be had during spring break. Just remember to keep driver safety in mind at all times.

The above is an excerpt adapted from the article,”Spring Break Driving Tips.” For more information, please visit www.aadrivingacademy.net.

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