About this time each year, most of us are thinking about our New Year’s resolutions – all those promises we make to ourselves with every intention of following through but usually end up breaking before January is over.
RoadLoans doesn’t want that to happen to you in 2017.
We have gathered some ideas that you may want to add to your list of New Year’s resolutions, especially for the time you spend in your car, truck or SUV.
“Most of us try to be good, courteous drivers, but somehow bad habits creep up, which can put ourselves and others in danger,” writes Liza Barth in an introduction to her listing for Consumer Reports. “Resolve to change your dangerous driving behaviors.”
Our infographic offers a dozen of our favorite New Year’s resolutions; good any time of the year.
No one expects to implement all New Year’s resolutions instantly or all at once – it’s a process. But you can go a long way toward increasing your driving safety and that of your family by starting with the most important or doable New Year’s resolutions for drivers and going from there.