Traffic Truths: 3 Road Rules That Mystify Most Drivers

drivers education classesWe all make mistakes behind the wheel. Sooner or later, that’s bound to happen. But that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be avoided at all costs. A “silly mistake” like failing to yield to the right-of-way or following another car too closely can quickly culminate in injuries or even fatalities. And because 56% of teens rely on their parents to learn how to drive, it’s likely that many of these young drivers will pick up on their parents’ poor driving habits and think nothing of them. Fortunately, many of these mistakes can be avoided by enrolling in drivers education classes. Once you know the most common mistakes drivers tend to make, you’ll know how to keep them from happening once you learn to drive. To that end, here are just three rules of the road that a lot of drivers get wrong.

With so many things to remember while operating a vehicle, it’s easy to become overwhelmed or forget what you read about in drivers ed. That’s why it can be helpful to supplement your classroom learning and parent-taught lessons with one-on-one instruction through a driving school. While there are many other confusing and dangerous situations that happen while you’re behind the wheel, having a more in-depth understanding of these three rules can help you stay safe once you have your license.

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