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Thursday, September 26, 2013

A Good Trip Without Accidents

I never like the idea of loved ones being on the road. It doesn't matter whether they need to go a short, or a long distance. Just the fact that the possibility exist that something might go wrong sends shivers down my spine and I am always very relieved receiving the word that they arrived safe and sound at their destination.

We usually don't consider it when we take our seat behind the wheel, but there are so many things that can go wrong. What I have noticed is the fact that on short trips everyone seems to be in a hurry which could take the needed attention away from the rest of the traffic. Texting and being on the phone is another one.

It hardly ever crosses our minds when pulling out of the drive-away that instead of reaching our destination, we might end up in court and would have to use the services of Attorney James Schloner from Minneapolis. That short drive could turn into a long, drawn out process.

When taking long trips, fatigue might set in and you loose your focus. Before you know it you may be involved in an accident. It is best to stop and take a 15 minute break every two hours and maybe even a short nap if need be and bring the trip to a good end!


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