Speeding means that the driver is going faster than the speed limit. It also includes driving too fast for road or weather conditions, even if you're not going over the speed limit.

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Congested roadways can lead to disgruntled, fatigued and even hostile drivers. That, in turn, can cause anything from fender-benders to road rage behavior. Yet, many drivers do not realize that they can actually help prevent traffic jams, or at the very least, avoid making them worse.

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Misty weather is some of the most difficult to drive in. After all, it can shrink your visibility to one quarter of a mile or even lessthat means you're often barely able to see what's happening directly in front of your car.

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Humidity can bring on thunderstorms with little or no warning. So now that’s it peak summertime, it’s a good time to remind your drivers how to stay safe if they find themselves on the road during a potentially hazardous electrical storm.

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About 90% of all traffic collisions are caused by driver error, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation, and accidents often occur due to aggressive drivers. The best way to avoid an accident is to drive defensively.

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