Now that school is back in session, you likely see school buses and kids out on the roads during your commute. Here are a few back to school safety tips to make sure everyone stays safe.
- Slow down. Look out for any school zones you might drive through and follow any posted speed limits.
- Get rid of distractions. Taking your eyes off the road is never a good idea, but it can be even worse when driving near a school. Children are fast and often cross the street unexpectedly. Put your phone away and keep your eyes on the road while driving.
- Check all sides. Even if your vehicle is equipped with a rearview camera, you should still thoroughly look at all sides of your car before backing up.
- Look for bicycles. Many children ride their bikes to school; however, they can be unsteady and inexperienced. Drive slowly and give cyclists at least three feet of passing space if you do drive around them. If your child bikes to school, make sure he or she wears a helmet.
- Stop completely. Many of us don’t always come to a complete stop at stop signs. If you are driving through a school zone, be extra vigilant about stopping.
If you need a new car for the school year, come see the team at Quebedeaux Mitsubishi. We’ll make sure you arrive in style.
Here in America, we love our dogs. Unfortunately, there are millions of dogs who are stuck living in shelters instead of with a loving family. That is why Mitsubishi and The Asher House have joined forces to help find homes for as many dogs as they can.
Mitsubishi donated a 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross to founder Lee Asher to use as he travels the country raising awareness and finding homes for shelter dogs. This vehicle will help him and his team devote themselves even more to the cause.
Mark Chaffin, chief operating officer, MMNA, said, “Lee started with a passion when he created The Asher House and it has become a movement to help raise awareness for rescue animals and shelters across the country; Asher’s bold decision to take action on his ambition is admirable and we’re privileged to be able to help support his mission.”
In 2017, Asher’s dedication to his passion led him to quit his job. Once he could fully devote his time to the cause, he was able to raise enough money to purchase an RV. He then started travelling across the country to host adoption events. Since he started his project, he has helped 146 dogs find new homes.
If you travel a lot with your furry best friend, contact us at Quebedeaux Mitsubishi. We’ll be happy to help you find a car that’s right for both of you.