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Keeping up with routine car maintenance not only helps prevent accidents, it can also reduce your vehicle's fuel consumption. In this week's special news segment on WSB-TV Channel 2 in Atlanta, Georgia truck accident attorneys' Montlick & Associates' Family Safety Advocate, Jacquie Palisi, shares tips you can use while driving this summer that can help you save gas, and simple steps you can take to keep you safe behind the wheel. Watch the video and click on the links below to learn more.
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Georgia Truck Accident Attorneys, Montlick & Associates, Shares Tips on How to Prevent Breakdowns and Save on Gas and This Summer
Keeping up with routine car maintenance will increase safety and reliability on the road, giving you peace of mind. Paying attention to your vehicle's tires, brakes, fluids and other safety systems on a regular basis can help prevent a breakdown or an emergency later on. Good car care will also increase fuel efficiency and save you money at the pump. The Georgia Truck Accident Attorneys at Montlick & Associates created the ABC News video segment at the top of this page to share these and other helpful summer travel and safety tips.
Other gas-saving tips include, modifying your driving habits, such as observing the speed limit and avoiding quick stops and starts. To get better gas mileage, turn the air-conditioner off, and roll the windows down when driving at slower speeds. Also, remove heavy items from the trunk, and avoid excessive idling to help lower fuel consumption. The Georgia Truck Accident Attorneys at Montlick & Associates encourage all drivers to perform preventative car maintenance and pre-trip check-ups.
For more than 30 years, the Georgia Truck Accident Attorneys at Montlick & Associates have made it their goal to be the best personal injury law firm in the United States. The law firm represents families and individuals who suffer from catastrophic injuries, in all types of cases involving wrongful conduct and wrongful death, including those involving crashes with cars, SUVs, buses, tractor-trailers and other commercial vehicles. Each state has its own laws as to what can be recovered as damages in these types of serious accidents. In Georgia, for example, a person injured by the carelessness of another has a right to compensation for pain and suffering, reimbursement for medical bills and lost wages incurred due to the accident, and in some cases, punitive damages. There are many different sources of possible recovery for accident victims, and it is important that they all are identified.
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In this week's segment on ABC News, the Georgia Truck Accident Attorneys at Montlick & Associates share the benefits of routine car maintenance.