In a perfect world, driving can be fun and easy. Every necessary movement associated with driving can be performed with accuracy. But then, this is not a perfect world. Truth be told, there is no such thing as accurate driving. Any attempt to make sure that the driving experience is smooth at all times is downright dubious. At any time and any place possible, driving can lead to either major or minor accidents.
To help drivers uphold their safety and of other motorists, it is important for them to keep in mind the deadliest driving mistakes. Here are some of them that they must avoid:
· Swerving. It is the switching of lanes without proper caution. It is considered the primary deadly mistake, which, according to the National Highway Traffic Administration (NHTSA), killed 15,574 people n 2007 alone.
· Drowsy driving. Fatigue is one of the main enemies of drivers. It is often said that driving while tired is as dangerous as driving while under the influence of alcohol and drugs. Traffic deaths are at its peak at hours when most people are accustomed to sleeping, usually from 3 a.m. to 6 a.m.