In some ways it may seem like driving on the highway would be a much safer proposition than driving in the city.
When you’re driving on the highway versus in the city:
This is all true; however, highway driving contains certain challenges that city driving does not.
In fact, the National Highway Safety Transportation Administration says more than 1,700 people die each year in crashes on the highway and more than 800,000 are injured.
When driving long stretches of road, it is easier to become drowsy and to lose your concentration. There are no turns to break up what can be a monotonous task.
Here are a couple tips for highway driving:
No matter where you are driving, whether in the city or on the highway, it’s important to remain alert and focused on the task at hand, driving.
Crashes that occur at higher speeds may cause a lot more damage so it’s extra important to pay attention when driving on the highway.
If you have damage to your vehicle as a result of a collision on the highway, we can help you. Call us today and set up your appointment, Great Plains Auto Body, (402) 334-7100.
We understand the current outbreak is worrying, and we want to take a moment to share the ways we can all help keep the workplace safe, as well as the steps we are taking as an organization.
Great Plains Auto Body has heightened cleaning and all front lobbies are removed all non-essential items. We are wiping down handles, chair handles, doorknobs, etc. to maintain the sanitary of our lobbies.
We are following the guidelines from the CDC in terms of sterilization and cleanliness on our lobbies at all our locations. If you have any questions about the extra measures we are taking at this time, please feel free to give us a call and we can speak with you about your concerns and work to a solution to best facilitate the repair process for all parties.
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Wishing everybody safety and good health.