There has been a dramatic increase in auto-accidents over the past decade. With a larger population comes more traffic; with more cell phones comes distraction; with more severe crashes comes higher medical expenses and auto repair costs. Your wallets are gradually getting thinner.
Why the increase in accidents? There is nothing positive about destroying a couple of cars and injuring a couple of people while you’re at it. To bring rates back down, we must change things. While some causes are inevitable, others are entirely preventable—if we begin to put effort into making a difference in the way we drive.
The sooner we become conscientious of the way we drive, the quicker the rates will decrease. Be aware. It’s your safety and your money we’re talking about here.
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