Decision Driving


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Keep in mind these pointers for proactive and safer driving:

  • Extend your vision. Rather than staring directly in front of your vehicle, focus on where it will be positioned 10 to 12 seconds down the road – the zone where an accident is more likely to occur.

  • Scan the entire scene. Shift your focus every few seconds from the windshield to the rear and side mirrors to check for pedestrians, bicyclists, erratic drivers, construction, traffic congestion, oncoming trucks and motorcycles, changing road conditions, etc.

  • Demonstrate your intentions. Whether using your signal to indicate a right or left turn, hazards to warn that you need to slow down because of a flat tire, or horn to assert your right of way, it always helps other drivers and pedestrians make decisions when they understand yours.

  • Plan an escape route. Based on your speed and the proximity of other cars on the road, give yourself enough time and space to maneuver smoothly and stop if necessary. For instance, never tailgate, and always estimate conservatively the time it will take to pass another vehicle.


A message from Subaru of America, Inc. partner Liberty Mutual Insurance



Stop Vehicle Neglect!


Twice a year, the Car Care Council reminds us to step back and think about the condition of our vehicles.

Why should we? According to Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council: “Neglected vehicle care almost always means much higher costs down the line in the form of more extensive repairs or lost resale value … National Car Care Month in April is the perfect time to focus on your vehicle’s maintenance needs.”


If your Subaru is due for service, call your retailer today!





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