Some tips for safe driving

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  1. Always follow safe driving practices. Don't drive recklessly fast, accelerate suddenly or brake unexpectedly. Also, don't weave in between vehicles on the highway - it is very dangerous, and can cause highly damaging collisions.
  2. Wear your seat belt. This is the easiest way to be safe in a car.
  3. Maintain your car properly and regularly check oil level, wheel alignment, headlights, and brakes. Using a car cover keep your car clean and new when you do not drive.
  4. If you are a new driver, always ride with an experienced driver until you are confident
  5. Practice makes permanent, so practice good habits  instead of bad ones  .
  6. When you park your car and exit the vehicle, be sure to turn off your lights, put on the parking brake, lock the doors, and remember your parking spot (use landmarks if needed)
  7. If you are making an emergency stop in car equipped with ABS (Antilock Braking System), press the brake as hard as you can. ABS makes a car's break pump more rapidly than your foot can. This stops the car while still offering you control over the direction. Do not 'pump' the brake nor loosen the force. While ABS is active, you may feel vibration through the brake pedal - this is normal. Just continue pressing the brake until your car stops
  8. Service your car within the mileage or age ranges recommended by your manufacturer or dealer.
  9. When driving big cars, make sure you are clear of the road ahead before overtaking


(Resource: wikihow.com. Reedited by www.thepandacover.com where you can find some car covers for your car.)

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