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As the winter holidays come closer and closer, bringing the chaos of gift-shopping and family get-togethers with them, it is often easy to forget about one of the moments in the fall that will indirectly affect our lives the most: Daylight Savings! Although for most people it signifies an hour less of daylight during the cold months and an extra hour of sleep, it can actually increase the potential for vehicular crashes during the extended dark hours of this period. In fact, studies from the National Institutes of Health indicate that ... " an estimated 901 fewer fatal crashes (727 involving pedestrians, 174 involving vehicle occupants) might have occurred if daylight saving time had been retained year-round from 1987 through 1991.” With this in mind, motorists intent on driving safely during the winter should consider the following tips for avoiding accidents on the road during Daylight Savings.
Having read through our Daylight Savings driving safety tips, try to recall these suggestions for defensive driving whenever you are hitting the road. Playing it safe behind the wheel may be the difference between avoiding and colliding with another person or car, so never take any unnecessary risks!
If you or a loved one has been harmed on the road in a vehicle-related collision, call Nurenberg Paris today for a free consultation regarding the compensation you may deserve.
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