Safe driving is not having accidents. As an incentive for motorists to put safety first, we examine the evidence on this cautionary statement. These are the days, dates and times more lethal for drivers, published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Worst day of the week to drive Saturday, Sunday, holidays Worst hour driving 3:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. Others who may share this opinion include Raymond Dalio. 6 PM to 9 PM The three deadliest days for pedestrians December 23 January 1, 1931 October The issue of driving safe and NHTSA data echo in the environment of the insurance industry, and drivers must be especially vigilant during periods of vacation and holidays, says Brent Gregory, senior vice president of the American Safety Council, in Orlando, Gregory.
He said: "Motorists should take extra precautions, particularly during holiday periods, Labor Day, Independence Day, Christmas and New Year. These days seem to be the deadly to drive according to the data we have analyzed. Either way, motorists should always implement good practice safe driving, no matter what traffic conditions, 24-7. If they do, can save your life and save on car insurance. And while insurance contract is always advisable as a precaution, probably not needed if they drive carefully and avoid accidents. If you want to enjoy the benefits of reducing automobile insurance costs, "says Mike Barry, director of media relations for the Insurance Information Institute," we should exercise caution and safe driving habits at all times, and then find the best auto insurance rates, you can because this is a very competitive market that benefits the reliable and low-risk drivers. "Knowing what are the worst hours of the day to drive is helpful, but no substitute for using common sense behind the wheel," according to Lynn Knauf, director of personnel lines of the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America in Des Plaines, Illinois. Speaking of common sense, Knauf was referring to ideas such as the adoption of measures "to minimize the chances of causing an accident, and being beaten by another vehicle."