Still think you’re a safe driver?

Like most of us, it’s been quite some time since you were issued a driver’s license. News flash —our driving behaviors have changed.

Texting while driving has become nearly as dangerous and as drinking while driving. First, personally, don’t do it. Put your cell phone out of reach or switch it to silent mode. If you encounter drivers texting, and see how distracted they are, it’s most important you stay in control of your vehicle. Stop, pull over, get out of the way, grab another lane, move on. Never confront another driver — no matter what. Instead, if the situation appears serious, call 911 and report the plate.

If you need more guidance, call Montgomery for more ways to stay safe on our ever-changing roadways.

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