How not to get distracted while driving?

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Focus is key when it comes to safe and comfort driving. Accident can happen from anyone where some of the causes of accidents are; talking on the phone, a deer crossing the road etc. However, it is the teens that are known to make more accidents than adults due to their inexperience in driving and immature brain level. But these are a few helpful tips that will help every age group on staying focused while driving.

  1. Phone’s Off – Constant talking or ringing of a mobile phone is known to be one of the most common causes of accidents. A helpful tip would be to keep the phone on silent or switch it off completely if traveling for longer distances.
  2. Look – Whichever direction you take, it is important to keep your eyes on the road. It is important to remember one important rule and that is the car is bound to go depending on the eyes.
  3. Keep it Behind–Make sure that your entertainment such as kids or passengers tagging along with snacks that may distract you must be kept at the back seat. Just make you use the seat belt for your child sitting behind.
  4. Dress Appropriately –Now you cannot expect to drive and change your clothes at the same time inside your car. Dress appropriately at home before you leave.
  5. Read the Maps – If you get stuck and wish to use your phone or car screen maps, make sure to first pull-over on the side and then learn about the route.

You must however enroll yourself in driving schools in Ipswich to learn more things on staying focused while driving.