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Things To Know Before Purchasing Auto Insurance Part 8

Tips and TricksSometimes the hardest part about buying auto insurance is knowing where you should go to purchase your policy. If you’re stuck in this situation then we can help you start the process. The first time I starting looking for a new policy I began by looking on the internet. I wanted to make sure that I used an agency that had great reviews from the locals, but that could also offer some excellent coverages without breaking the bank. It was surprisingly easy to find some place that I wanted to do work with. You could also check in your newspapers or ask friends and family for recommendations.

After you have found an agent or company that you want to work with you’ll want to decide on the coverages you want. Many companies are going to have a run of the mill coverage that they can sign you up for, but you can┬áchanges things up based on your needs. For some people, the basic liability coverage is an acceptable way to go, but for others you’ll need more coverage to protect your assets.

Before you sign anything on your policy it’s important that you read through everything. This contract is legally binding and you will want to know what you’re getting yourself into. You can always ask your agent questions to make sure that you fully understand everything that is in your policy.

Nelson new Nissan dealer near Tahlequah will have some excellent suggestions for local insurance agents. They would be happy to help you learn about which companies they recommend. You could also find the perfect new or used Nissan vehicle with them so make sure that you check out the inventory they have available. We are all about making our customer’s lives a little bit easier so stop by so we can help.

Nelson Takes A Stand Against Drunk Driving

Don't Drink And DriveOne of the most senseless things that someone could do is to get behind the wheel of a vehicle after they have been drinking. We here at Nelson Nissan dealer near Verdigris know how precious life is and we want to make sure that all of our customers know the real dangers of driving drunk.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has done a lot of research on this top. They say that for the year of 2013 there were a total of 10,076 people killed in accidents caused by drunk drivers. This totals out to be one person every 53 minutes. In 2014 they calculated that 28 people died every day in America from drunk driving accidents.

So what can we do about it? Well, there are tons of things that we can do. Obviously, the number one thing we can do is to not get behind the wheel of a vehicle if you have been drinking regardless of whether you think you’re fine or not. Remember that even if you’re just “buzzed” you are still impaired and at risk. You can also watch out for friends whenever you are out for the evening. Make sure that you designate someone to stay sober to drive you all home at the end of the evening. You should also always stop anyone from getting in their vehicle after they have been drinking. If you have to take their keys away from them, then so be it. There are tons of options out there for a night out on the town so you really have no excuse to get behind the wheel after drinking. For the sake of those you love take a stand against this terrible problem. We here at Nelson Nissan will continue to inform those we care about of the true dangers that this causes in order to try and bring a stop to this.

Driving Tips For New Drivers Part 12

Car In SnowIn the last article of this series we talked about some tips that will come in handy while you are driving through rain storms. We have a few more tips for that and then we’ll begin talking about some precautions to take whenever you drive through snow.

Whenever it’s raining outside you should remember to turn off your cruise control. If you were to hydroplane while your cruise control was on then the engine would continue to try and push you forward and you could lose control of your vehicle. This is definitely not worth it in the long run so remember to turn it off if the roads get slick. Also, whenever it’s raining outside you should keep a lookout for tornados. If you were to spot a funnel cloud you should first try to get out of this area immediately, but if you come right on it you need to get out and find shelter immediately. This may mean that you need to get into the ditch and cover your head.

Driving in snow is another tricky task to do whenever your a new driver and even for some of us experienced drivers. The best thing you could do is stay in and avoid driving at all costs. If you can’t do this then you’ll want to follow some of these tips that follow. Remember that every action you take in the snow should be done gently. You should accelerate and brake slowly and never apply them intensely. If you were to do this you could end up losing traction with your tires.

There are many other tips to share with you so stick around for the next article in this series. The Nissan lineup offers incredible traction and safety features that you’ll love for your teen. Visit our new Nissan dealer in Tulsa to find the perfect vehicle.

Driving Tips For New Drivers Part 4

Tips And TricksI think as experienced drivers it’s hard to remember the importance of just staying focused on your surroundings. When I first started driving my father always talked to me about being a defensive driver. This means that your constantly scanning the roads and your surroundings to stay aware of what is going on around you. This can help you react quickly to different things happening on the road and can also help you keep your vehicle in tip top shape.

Whenever I first started driving I would often run out of gas. It was completely unintentional and fully my fault because I would forget to look at the fuel tank. Talk to your teenagers about giving the fuel gauge and other vehicle monitors once or twice throughout their drive so they don’t end up stranded on the side of the road like I did.

Being a defensive driver means that you’re kind of always scanning and looking for potential hazards. I grew up in an area that was much more rural and we always had to keep an eye out for animals like deer. If your teen finds themselves driving in an area that probably has critters around talk them about this. If you are approaching an animal on the road you should slow down and flash your lights at it to try and get it to run off. However, if a collision is unavoidable make sure that your teen knows that they should never swerve to miss the animal because it could end in an even worse accident situations. You’re much more likely to see animals between dusk and dawn so keep an eye out.

We here at Nelson Nissan want to make sure your teens are safe out on the roads. Visit our Nissan dealer with service near Okmulgee to find a new vehicle or repair a Nissan vehicle.

Reasons To Not Text And Drive

Don't Text And DriveDriving a vehicle is a huge responsibility and whenever we get behind the wheel we have many different lives in our hands. This is why it is so important to always be aware behind the wheel and to never allow ourselves to become distracted. One of the biggest and most dangerous distractions we have while we’re driving is to text or be on our phones. In fact, whenever text behind the wheel you are going to be 23 times more likely to get into a collision, this statistic comes from donttextdrive.com which is an organization that takes a stand against this senseless act.

Whenever you are driving at just 55 miles per hour and you take your eyes away from your phone you’ll travel a full football field totally blinded. I don’t know about you, but a lot of the time I’m driving much faster than 55 miles per hour on the highway which means that I could be traveling even further without ┬ámy eyes on the road. There is extreme danger in doing this so frequently. We put our lives and the lives of many others at risk just to respond to a, likely, unimportant text message.

I would suggest that whenever you drive you should put your phone out of reach in order to avoid the temptation of getting on your phone. There are also apps that you can download that can prevent you from texting while you are driving. Also, if you have a very important message that you absolutely have to respond to you could pull over quickly while you respond to your message.

If you’re looking for a safe vehicle that offer you some convenience in car and phone technology you should visit Nelson Nissan, new Nissan dealer near Claremore to learn more about the vehicles that they offer.