Tips for driving defensively in your new Toyota!
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Want to learn how to drive safely? Toyota of N Charlotte is sharing defensive driving tips that will make your commute that much safer!

Want to learn how to drive safely? Toyota of N Charlotte is sharing defensive driving tips that will make your commute that much safer!

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Tips for driving defensively in your new Toyota! Tips for driving defensively in your new Toyota! Presentation Transcript

  • Tips for driving defensively in your new Toyota
  • Getting behind the wheel of a car can be risky. Considering the fact that there are countless drivers out on the streets, you can’t rely on your car’s safety features to keep you safe on the road. You have to be proactive about your safety at every corner, just to make sure that you’ll be safe from harm. One of the best ways you can actually safe driving is by driving defensively. If you’re not familiar with defensive driving, it’s more than about driving slowly on the right lane. Toyota of N Charlotte is giving you defensive driving safety tips— check them out and stay safe on the road.
  • Drive defensively in your new Toyota near Charlotte One of the most important things you can do while driving a new Toyota in N Charlotte is to practice safe driving. However, safe doesn’t equate slow, and vice versa. Check out our defensive driving tips to ensure that you’ll have a safe trip to your destination:  Stay alert: One of the most important things you can do while you drive defensively is staying alert. You might think that staying focused and stay alert are the same thing, but they’re not. Staying alert means that you are driving your new Toyota near Charlotte sober and awake. In defensive driving, you should stick to a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to alcohol. You should also try to drive when you’re 100% awake, as you could cause an accident with your new Toyota in N Charlotte. If you’re too tired, someone else should take the wheel.  Get rid of distractions: Attentive driving has become a big problem as smartphones and electronics have become more accessible. As you drive your new Toyota in N Charlotte, try to eliminate as many distractions as possible. If you absolutely must talk on the phone, use the Bluetooth Wireless Connectivity that is found on most new Toyota! Try to not in your vehicle, as this can cause a huge distraction from the road!  Stay focused: When you’re behind the wheel of a car, staying focused is one of the most important, if not the most important, things you can do. Focus on traffic, weather conditions, traffic signs and laws, and more! While you can’t control how the people around you drive, you can definitely prepare and protect yourself from surrounding drivers.  Distance yourself from others: You should never drive too close to the vehicle in front of you for various reasons. If the car in front has to quickly hit the brakes, you could accidentally cause a collision between your car and the other car. Keep your distance and you’ll be bound to lessen the chance of causing a collision!
  • Defensive driving in your new Toyota is easy Driving defensively in your new Toyota is simple when you follow our hints. It’s incredibly important to stay aware of your surroundings to protect and your Toyota! Want to know about our safe driving tips? Visit us at 13429 Statesville Road in Huntersville. We can also be reached at 888-883-3797 if you have any questions! Google