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5. SHARE DRIVING RESPONSIBILITY WITH SOMEONE ELSE IF YOU ARE DRIVING ON A VERY LONG TRIP.

If you can, share the driving responsibilities with someone else. This will allow you to keep an eye on each other while driving and also enable you to nap without losing time. If you’re driving alone, turn on the radio or put on some music, and keep your window cracked open. You may want to refrain from using your cruise control if you’re driving alone at night — having to concentrate on maintaining your speed can help you stay awake.

 

6. DON’T DRIVE CLOSE TO A TRUCK. KEEP A DISTANCE WHEN ON THE HIGHWAY.

 

7.OBSERVE TRAFFIC SIGN AND REGULATIONS

look out for traffic Sign and regulations as you drive.Keep costs down by conserving fuel  as you drive. Minimize sudden starts and stops, empty your car of all unnecessary weight, and slow down — in most cars it takes much less fuel to drive 55 miles an hour than it does to drive 70.