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Do you know how to share the road with others?

It's always preferable to find yourself on the road when there's not a lot of traffic. Unfortunately, you have no way of controlling this. There will be times when you're stuck in heavy traffic and wondering what you can do to maintain your safety.

Here are several things you can do to better share the road with others:

  • Make yourself visible: There are many ways to do so, such as by moving out of a person's blind spot and using turn signals when merging and changing lanes.
  • Be courteous: For example, don't hesitate to let a person in front of you on the highway. Just the same, leave more space when following others in heavy traffic. A little of courtesy goes a long way in keeping everyone safe.
  • Don't let your emotions take over: It's easy to turn into an aggressive driver, especially when the roads are crowded, and others aren't doing what they should. As tempted as you may be, keep your emotions in check. Nothing good can come from confronting another driver, so avoid doing so at all costs.

Right now, you may not be the best at sharing the road with others, but practice makes perfect. The more you do this the more you'll understand that it can keep you safe.

If another driver causes a crash, you must turn your immediate attention to your safety and well-being. This means calling 911, checking yourself for injuries and working with your medical team to recover. When you feel up to it, contact your insurance company and learn how to protect your legal rights.

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