One of the biggest perks of getting a logbook loan is that you get to drive your car while the loan is out. You can keep going on with your daily life, and use your car to get back and forth to work if you need it. However, if you get into an accident, this perk goes out the window. While we can't control how other people are going to drive, and we certainly can't prevent you from getting into an accident, we can at least offer you some advice to make it less likely. Below are some safe driving tips that we urge all of you to follow as best as you can.

  1. Obey All Speed Limits

    - This may sound like an obvious one, but not everyone will follow it. The speed limits on the road are there for a reason, and you should always follow them. Is it better to get to your destination a little bit late, or not at all? Obeying the speed limits benefits not only you, but everyone else on the road as well. Even if other people are flying past you because you are driving slower, resist the urge to follow along and always stay below the limit.

  2. Perform Car Inspection

    – Even before you get onto the road, you should perform a quick inspection to make sure that everything is alright. Look under the car and make sure that there are no fluids leaking onto the ground. Test the lights and the wipers before you start driving, and look to see if all of the mirrors are in the right spot. Lastly, pump your brakes a few times when you first start driving to ensure that they are in working condition. Little things like this can go a long way towards keeping you safe.

  3. Pay Attention

    – While you are driving, it can be easy to become distracted. Don't talk on the phone, send text messages, eat, drink, or read anything while you are driving. Try to not fiddle with the radio buttons, and try to set your GPS directions before you start driving. When you are driving, it is important to keep both hands on the wheel, and your eyes on the road as much as possible. If you need two hands and a foot to do something, chances are your brain should be in on it too, so don't distract yourself while you are driving.

  4. Be Passive

    – When you are on the road, you are most likely going to encounter other people who are not the nicest drivers. Try to not let this get to you, and keep a passive style while you are driving. It can be very frustrating if someone is driving close behind you, or cuts in front of you. Shake it off and keep driving the way you are supposed to. Too often people get road rage and make stupid mistakes, which then turn into accidents. When someone annoys you on the road, take a breath and just let it go.