How to survive a head-on crash

//How to survive a head-on crash

How to survive a head-on crash

Let us assume it’s 2 AM New Year’s day and you are your family’s designated driver. The roads are clear. You’re thinking about the big game coming up later in the day and all the food you are having; how nice the party was; not one thought about you and your family dying at the hands of a drunk driver.

All of a sudden, out of nowhere you see 2 bright headlights coming straight at you. Oh, My God all my loved ones are going to be killed!

All designated drivers should pre-plan for just a few moments what they should do if this situation should arise. After all, the life you save may be your own.

Seat Belts should be worn by all the passengers. Imagine being thrown out of the family car at 60 miles an hour? Ouch!!!

Ok, now what do as the driver? First reduce your speed, and move as far to the right of the road possible. If there is no open space aim for things that will lessen the impact like bushes, fences, or small trees. If you cannot get out of the way of the oncoming vehicle, TURN YOUR CAR AT AN ANGLE. A glancing blow-even off the oncoming vehicle-is less dangerous than hitting head-on.

It’s physics and as we all stated after a course in physics who would ever use this?

Blog post written by Tony Bellefond, Founder & CEO of Professional Drivers. His company Professional has been in the auto transport business since 1984. He may be reached at area code 214 444 7544 or

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Tony Bellefond
Tony Bellefond Founder and CEO of Customized Logistics Group Parent company of Professional Drivers. Mr. Bellefond, An expert in logistics, has spent over 25 years driving extensively in the United States a Canada. There is not too much he has not seen on the road. Holding a BA from Hawthorne College in Political; Science and History, Tony is graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program. Before starting Professional Drivers he worked as Vice President of Sales and General Manager of Golden Palm Publishing Corporation North Palm Beach, Florida. A licensed pilot, Tony actually received his pilot’s license before his Driver’s license. Now residing in Anna TX with his wife Ellen who is a partner in the business. They are enjoying Professional Drivers and being much closer to their Grand Children... | more about us