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Make no mistake, becoming distracted behind the wheel is much easier than it seems.

Studies show that 75% of all car crashes occur within 25 miles of home—that could be a trip to the store, to school to pick up your kids, or on your commute to work. Point being, crashes sneak up on us while we’re in our daily routine—so don’t get too comfortable behind the wheel!

The ways to become distracted behind the wheel are many, but ways to counteract them are few. Your local Omaha NE Auto Repair has broken it down to three steps: prepare, focus, and manage. Here are some tips from your local Omaha NE Auto Repair on how to keep centered on the road:


Are you hungry? Have you finished applying your make-up? Do you have directions to where you’re going? Any of these activities on the fly severely compromises your ability to be fully attentive on the road. Solution? Take the extra few minutes to have a snack or to finish applying make-up. Preset your CD player or radio so you won’t have to on the road.


Now that you’ve prepared for your drive, do your best to stay focused. Think basic driving skills here: Hands on the wheel, eyes on the road, foot on the pedal. If necessary, ask your passengers to aid in the focusing so they won’t be as much of a distraction.


This is the last tip. The whole premise of “managing” yourself is to just be smart when you’re on the road. If you need to stop, do. This means if you’re tired, hungry, or maybe just a little bit stressed from the traffic, pull over and take the time to settle down.

As an Omaha NE Auto Repair shop, we often preach preventive maintenance as a way to save money and keep your vehicle running smoothly. However, defensive driving is just as important, if not more, to your safety. For more tips, get a hold of your local Omaha NE Auto Repair like Auto Station and talk to an ASE-Certified technician about how you can stay safe behind the wheel.