With that being said, what are those dangerous habits that could raise your insurance premiums? By now you should already have a good idea of what they are, but just in case, let's go over three of the most common ones.
Speeding is one of the most common dangerous driving habits in Fort McMurray, and also one of the deadliest. Each year, thousands of Canadians injure themselves as a result of speeding (or other drivers speeding). As we have said in the past, nothing (absolutely nothing) is so important that it would warrant you to drive faster than the speed limit.
Tailgating might seem harmless at first, but it is far from being so. It is also one of the most common dangerous driving habits, and hopefully one that you are not guilty of partaking in. No matter how slow the driver in front of you is driving, always keep your distance between their car. Not doing so could be very dangerous and only serves to promote dangerous driving habits.
Lastly, running red lights is another dangerous driving habit that can raise your insurance premiums. Each year, hundreds of cyclists and pedestrians die as a result of drivers running red lights. It doesn't matter if the road is clear -- if the light is red, you don't proceed forward. It's as simple as that.