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Fourth of July: A Guide To Your Safety

SafeAuto
June 30, 2021

Happy Independence Day!  

No matter if you’re taking a road trip or traveling closer to home, SafeAuto is encouraging drivers to play it safe this Fourth of July.  This time of year is traditionally one of the most dangerous times to be on the road with an increase in drunk drivers and deadly crashes. On top of that, AAA is estimating a record-breaking 43.6 million Americans will drive over the holiday weekend. To make this weekend easy to navigate, we have put together the ultimate safety guide to use and share!  

Summer Safety Tips 101: 

Don’t drink and drive: First and foremost, if you’re planning to attend a Fourth of July party, don’t drink and drive. Make sure you have a plan and a safe ride home. 

Fill up before: Gas prices are likely to spike on Friday! Fill up that tank to get ahead of the demand. You can thank us later.  

Keep your eyes on the road:  If you’re going on a road trip and using your phone to navigate, program your route ahead of time. Review the directions to get a sense of where you’re going. Turn on audio directions, so you don’t have to refer to the map.  

Have the essentials in case of an emergency.  In case your car unexpectedly breaks down, be sure to keep the essential packed for your long road trip:  

As we know, for many people, getting the right car insurance that doesn’t break the bank can be an obstacle. That’s where state minimum, our specialty, comes in. In 1993, SafeAuto began as the car insurance carrier that gave more consumers access to the coverage they needed that complies with the law, at a price they could afford. You can get a quote anytime at SafeAuto.com. 

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