Well, Pennsylvanians, "construction season" is unofficially here. Need some tips as to how to keep your sanity and keep yourself/others safe on the road? Check out these tips below, courtesy of DrivingAmbitionInc.com.
- The article from Driving Ambition notes that you should be aware that traffic delays in work zones aren't always confined to certain hours, and can occur late at night and early in the morning. Be aware at all times. Also, be patient with construction workers.
- Although obvious, always remember to slow down in work zones. This will protect you, the other cars, and the construction workers!
- Also, don't tailgate! Leave breathing room for other cars in case unexpected stopping/slowing down occurs.
- As always, DON'T text and drive. You will need your attention focused on the road when going through work zones even more so than when driving regularly down the road. Don't make a foolish mistake like texting and potentially cause long-lasting consequences for yourself and others.
- As noted in the article, "Expect delays and give yourself plenty of time to reach your destination on time. A great resource is the National Work Zone Safety Information Clearinghouse (http://www.workzonesafety.org/). This website contains information on work zone delays throughout the country."
Car accidents are frightening, expensive, and time-consuming. These accidents become more complicated and potentially lethal when they occur in a work zone. Car accidents may also result in injuries that are extensive, painful, and long-lasting. If you suffered an injury due to a car accident caused by another, it might be time to consult with an attorney. Attorney Doug Stoehr is a personal injury lawyer serving western and central Pennsylvania. For more information on his Altoona, PA law firm, please visit his website athttp://www.stoehrlaw.com or call his office at814-946-4100.
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