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Thanksgiving Auto Accidents – Safe Driving Tips

November 20, 2007 by Steven M. Gursten

Thanksgiving weekend is considered one of the most dangerous across the U.S., and for Michigan drivers. As you and your loved ones travel across Michigan and to other states, please use caution and defensive driving to avoid serious car, truck and motorcycle accidents.

Our Michigan car accident lawyers wish to remind you of safe driving tips to help avoid car accidents and travel more safely on Michigan roads. Special attention is given to holiday and winter driving, which is always more dangerous in Michigan.

Sadly, more tragic car accidents and wrongful deaths occur in Michigan over the holidays and in the winter months. Many factors contribute to a higher rate of Michigan accidents during holiday weekends, such as the increased number of cars on the road, driver fatigue (from all that turkey, stuffing & pie), hazardous or icy roads and alcohol use.

Please share these driving tips with friends and loved ones before you head out for the weekend.

Best wishes to you and your family for a Safe, Healthy (and hearty) Thanksgiving.

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