Texas Defensive Driving Tip | Passing Another Vehicle

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According to the Texas Transportation Code, a driver passing another vehicle must pass to the left of the other vehicle at a safe distance and may not move back to the other right side of the roadway until it has safely and clearly passed the other vehicle. A driver cannot drive...
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Texas Defensive Driving - Construction Zones

Texas Defensive Driving – Construction Zones

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According to the Texas Department of Public Transportation each year in Texas, there are over 15,000 vehicle crashes in highway construction and maintenance zones. These work zone collisions have resulted in over 100 deaths. The two leading causes of work zone crashes are...
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Defensive Driving Texas Child Safety Seats

Texas Child Safety Seats

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Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of accidental death for young children. Using approved Texas child safety seats, which are held in place by the seat belt system, is very important. In an update from the American Academy of Pediatrics and the National Highway Traffic...
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Increased Texas Motorcycle Deaths-

Increased Texas Motorcycle Deaths

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The motorcyclist crash death rate has risen over the past 11 years, and in 2012 motorcyclist deaths accounted for over 12% of all traffic crash deaths according the the NHTSA. Motorcycle deaths have been on the rise because there are more motorcyclists on the road, less riders...
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Navigating Through Intersections-

Navigating Through Intersections

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City driving can be dangerous because of blocked visibility, congestion, distractions, comfort zones, and intersections. Some of these dangers are avoidable but dealing with intersections is a requirement for driving in any city. Forty percent of collisions and twenty-five...
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Texas Crash Related Deaths - 7 Ways to Avoid Collisions

Texas Crash Related Deaths – 7 Ways to Avoid Collisions

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Traffic collisions are often caused by one or more drivers making an error on the roadway. Many of these accidents are completely avoidable and here are seven such instances where you can completely avoid collisions with a little knowledge and precaution: 1. Intersection Errors:...
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Online Vs Classroom Defensive Driving in Texas

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When taking a defensive driving course in Texas provided by Comedy Driving, Inc you have the option to take the course online or in a classroom. Regardless of which option you choose, the course is six hours long, approved by the Texas Education Agency as well as Region XIII....
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Texas Department of Safety Surcharges

Texas Department of Safety Surcharges

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The Texas Department of Public Safety must provide for the payment of a surcharge in installments. The Driver Responsibility Program may not permit a person to pay a surcharge over a period of more than 36 consecutive months, and the Department of Public Safety may declare the...
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Winter Weather Driving Tips

Winter Weather Driving Tips

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Winter Driving Safety Tips As the season is changing, all drivers need to be mindful of the dangerous meteorological conditions approaching during the winter months. Comedy Driving would like to forewarn drivers, of the hazardous driving conditions that will progressively become...
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School Bus Driving Safety Tips

School Bus Driving Safety Tips

In the next couple of weeks parents will once again be relieved to send their kids off to school, but their relief does not come without concern. Child safety will be top priority for all parents so here are some school bus safety tips for drivers, for dropping off the children...
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