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Spotting the signs of a possible impaired driver

When you get behind the wheel in Dayton, Ohio, you likely take every safety precaution possible. It doesn't matter how safe you are, if the drivers around you fail to operate their vehicles safely, you could be in danger of an accident. The most dangerous drivers are those that are impaired, so here are signs to help you spot possible impaired drivers.

One of the biggest signs of an impaired driver is someone who operates their vehicle 10 mph below the posted speed limit. Impaired drivers either doesn't realize they are driving that slowly or they are doing it on purpose because they think it will help them avoid an accident.

Another sign of an impaired driver is when the vehicle cannot stay in its lane. Vehicles that drift across the median or double yellow lines are likely being operated by impaired drivers. This also includes weaving in and out of traffic and constantly swerving.

If you are sitting behind a vehicle at an intersection controlled by a traffic light, keep an eye on the vehicle's response time. If the vehicle takes too long to react to a green light, it could be because the driver is impaired.

Other common impaired driving signs include using turn signals when they don't match up with driving patters, driving without headlights at dusk or nighttime, illegal turns, abrupt turns, driving on the grass and more.

The roads are dangerous no matter where you drive for the simple fact that you never know what other drivers are thinking or doing behind the wheel. Learn the signs described in this post so you can avoid a car accident in Ohio with an impaired driver.

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