How can I avoid causing a rear-end collision?
Any time you are behind the wheel, you should use caution and remain attentive. Doing so can help you avoid being involved in a rear-end collision. In addition, you must ensure that your vehicle is in good working order. Bald tires, faulty brakes, and/or broken brake lights can all contribute to a crash. Lastly, you should adjust your driving habits when weather conditions are poor. For instance, it will take longer to brake when the roads are wet, so you may want to stop your car sooner than usual.