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Tuesday, October 15, 2019
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ROADWAY SAFETY TIPS FOR MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND TRAVELERS

Allow extra travel time

It is more important to arrive at your destination safely, than to arrive at your desired time. Expect increased traffic and understand it may take longer to reach your destination on the holiday.

Get out of your vehicle and stretch

Moving your legs and walking every couple of hours will help you stay alert on the roads. 3. Understand the times of highest risk – The greatest risk is on Friday afternoon, as people are getting off work and are ready to enjoy the weekend. During this time, be prepared as the sun will be setting and travelers will be tired from working.

Understand the times of highest risk

The greatest risk is on Friday afternoon, as people are getting off work and are ready to enjoy the weekend. During this time, be prepared as the sun will be setting and travelers will be tired from working.


For more information about the Drive Safe Campaign, please visit fdotmiamidade.com/drivesafe-md


BE COURTEOUS TO OTHER DRIVERS

  • Obey all speed limits and signs
  • Be attentive and drive responsibly
  • Always use your turn signals
  • Pay attention to all signs

Upcoming Event

  • West Kendall Baptist Hospital Hurricane Fair (Friday, May 31, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., West Kendall Baptist Hospital, Main Lobby)

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