According to the National Safety Council, Speeding is the third biggest reason for accidents, after alcohol and distracted driving.

Here are some tips you can use to reduce the risk of accidents while driving on the motorway:


Keeping the speed of your car at level with the ones on the road, merge with the traffic smartly.

This usually requires speeding up from a 30 mph zone to a 70 mph one.


Before wanting to switch, make sure you find an appropriately large gap to fill.

Once you do, glide into it and alter your speed accordingly.


Maintaining the speed of your car is crucial on the motorway. Driving too fast or too slow can result in accidents.

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