Avoid a Connecticut Auto Accident – Keep the Family Safe on Your Summer Road Trip

Monday, June 6th, 2016 by | Posted In: Auto Accidents
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ct-auto-accident-summerConnecticut schools will be dismissing in the coming weeks and many families will be hitting the road to start a summer vacation. Before your family heads out, take a few moments upfront to take prevention and planning measures. It may prevent a breakdown, or worse, a Connecticut auto accident.

  1. Vehicle Checklist
  1. Keeping the Family Safe – Make sure everyone in the car is wearing their safety belt. Car seats or booster seats should be properly installed and used.
  1. Avoid Bad Driving Behaviors –  In the State of Connecticut it is against the law for the driver to operate a mobile device.  Additionally, operating a motor vehicle while under the influence can not only fetch you a fine, but criminal charges as well.
  1. Keep an Emergency Roadside Kit – Make sure your car is stocked with a spare tire, jack, water, flares, jumper cables, first aid kit, windshield washer fluid, and blankets.

If you are in a Connecticut auto accident, you might be able to handle your case alone. The attorneys at McEnery Price Messey & Sullivan wish your family a safe and fun road trip!

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