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    Avoid provoking road rage – Injury solicitors in Dunmow

    As a driver it is your responsibility to be as careful and respectful as you can when you are on the road. This will help you to avoid accidents, but also help you to avoid irritating other drivers, which could lead to road rage. Road rage can also lead to accidents, or drivers injuring each other, so it is best to do all you can to prevent the possibility of annoying other drivers when you are on the road. Here are some tips on staying safe and not irritating other road users.

    Don’t impede other drivers

    Speed limits are placed on all roads and you are supposed to stick to the limit when you drive. However, not all drivers will do this and you may find yourself with a number of other vehicles driving under the speed limit. You won’t want to speed, but at the same time you can get into difficulty if you stay where you are and drive under the speed limit. It is best to move to another lane so that you can stick to the limit.

    Be consistent

    It can be very irritating for other drivers if you speed up or slow down at random, make stops or weave in front of traffic and in and out of lanes. When you are driving try to be consistent and stick to the same speed and the same lane for as long as you can, unless you have a good reason to do something else.

    Never tailgate

    This is the most irritating thing that a driver can do and is dangerous as well. You need to keep a good distance between yourself and the car in front as, if they need to stop suddenly, you are at risk of going into the back of their car if you are too close. If another car is tailgating you, this is not an invitation to do the same to the car in front, simply move to one side and let the car behind pass.

    Using injury solicitors in Dunmow

    If you have had an accident which was not your fault then you may be able to use injury solicitors in Dunmow to claim compensation against the other driver. Accident Advice Helpline has over 10 years’ experience in the field of personal injury compensation claims, and can provide you with dedicated and experienced injury solicitors in Dunmow who will be able to process your claim for you.

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    You are under no obligation to proceed with your claim after your initial conversation, but if you decide to then your injury solicitors in Dunmow will start working with you to make sure that your claim is successful. You will be able to chase up on your claim when you need to, or get advice, as the helpline is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 0800 689 0500. You shouldn’t even have to go to court!

    Date Published: 15th December 2013

    Author: David Brown

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