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Make safety a priority during your summer travels

Many people tend to get out and travel during the warmer months of the year. If you are planning a trip for vacation or just to drive around and see local scenes, you need to ensure that you are properly prepared. Driving safety isn't something that you can skimp on during the summer months. Instead, you should be careful since the roads might be crowded.

What qualifies as an autonomous vehicle?

If you are like a lot of people in Missouri, you may have a lot of questions about self-driving cars. Are they really safe? Can they really eliminate traffic accidents as touted? What really classifies as a self-driving car? This latter question is one that confuses a lot of people. The answer to it is that there really is no single definition of a self-driving car. Instead, as Techopedia reports, there are multiple levels of autonomy in vehicle technology.

How dangerous is tailgating?

When driving on Missouri roads, you have likely been in a situation where another driver was following too close to the back end of your vehicle. This situation is often called tailgating. According to Infinity Insurance, tailgating is when one vehicle follows another too closely. There is a general road rule to leave at least two car lengths between you and the driver in front of you. This is courteous, but it also prevents accidents.

Is there a limit to how long a trucker can drive?

Like many Missouri residents, you may think that some truck drivers can stay on the road for long periods of time. However, there are guidelines that determine how long a trucker can drive each day and these regulations protect both truck drivers and other people on the road. 

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