Thursday, March 9, 2017

Safe Driving Tips from Keyes Honda



One thing we love at Keyes Honda is taking our vehicles out on the roads around the beautiful state of California. We are spoiled with gorgeous views, off-road trails, and city culture. As driving can be an everyday occurrence it starts to become second nature. Though, it’s important to remember a few safe driving tips to help keep you alert and safe while on the road. 

There are a number of simple tips you can follow to ensure you keep yourself and your passengers safe. We have all been there—being distracted in one way or another while driving. In order to best keep safe, try and limit all distractions. Don’t text and drive or check emails on your cellphone. Distractions can also include feeling sleepy while behind the wheel. If you are feeling groggy or tired, it is a good idea to pull over somewhere safe until you feel rested enough to drive. It’s also important to remember if bad weather strikes, you should drive with extra caution. Keep your speed low and maintain extra space between you and the car in front of you. If visibility is poor, it may be best to pull off the road to somewhere safe until the weather passes.

Your Los Angeles, CA area Honda dealer is stocked with Honda car models that are equipped with the latest safety features. The 2017 Honda Accord and many other Honda vehicles are available with Honda Sensing™, a suite of safety and driver-assistive technologies designed to alert you to things you might miss when driving. If you are looking for something in the SUV category, consider the incredibly popular Honda CR-V. The Honda CR-V is known for its advanced safety and technology features, and the 2017 model is no exception. Safety features include blind-spot detection, rear cross-traffic monitor, auto high-beam headlights and a remote engine start.


Remember to stay aware and cautious when driving and if you want to check out the new safety features available on our new Honda models, please stop by our Los Angeles, CA Honda dealership. 

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