Safe Driving Tips

Road safety rules that could help you avoid dangerous road conditions. Safe driving practices from State Farm®.

Summer Driving Tips

Summer Car Care Tips

Here’s how to spruce up and maintain your vehicle, inside and out.

Summer Driving Tips

You're going to need to pack more than beach supplies for that summer road trip.

Tips for Driving in the Rain

Use these rainy weather safety tips to help you when driving in the rain.

Drive Safely in Dense Fog

It's never ideal to drive in dense fog. Here are tips for when you have to keep driving.

5 Tips to Remember for Driving Safely in the Rain

Being behind the wheel of a rain-splattered windshield doesn't have to be stressful.

Winter Driving Tips

What are the best tires for winter driving?

Know the tires you need for winter driving, and how maintain them for the increased tire safety.

Black Ice: The Winter Hazard Nobody Sees Coming

Many drivers are unaware of this slippery winter road culprit. Here's how to prepare.

What winter weather means for driving.

Use the forecast to adjust your driving strategy and help you stay safe.

Ways to Help Keep Your Car Clear of Snow and Ice

Clearing windshields might help increase driving visibility

Winter Car Kit

Snow, ice, freezing rain: Navigate whatever winter throws at you by traveling with these must-haves.

Prepare Your Car for Winter With a Few Simple Tips

Winter driving conditions can turn treacherous in an instant. Here are some tips to prepare your vehicle.

Does Your Car Have This Icy Road Safety Feature?

When cars slip on frozen roads in winter, many drivers get a little help from ESC.

Basic Winter Driving Tips

Learn how to navigate snow, heavy fog, ice and more.

All Season Driving Tips

Driving Safely with Pets

Is your pet free-ranging in the car? Better check local laws and crate or tether her up.

Ways to make your traffic merging safer on roads

Travelers can drive defensively and take precautions to prevent merging collisions.

After Auto Accidents: Mobile Help and Quick Tips

Tech help for after an auto accident.

All-Weather Driving Tips and Accident Advice for Teens

Help your new driver establish good habits for bad weather driving and accident protocol.

Benefits and safety tips for Uber and Lyft

Ridesharing is a convenient and budget-friendly way to get around. These tips might help you stay safe.

Attention, Teen Drivers: Buckle Up

How you can help your teens make buckling up a habit.

Avoid These Risks or You May Fall Asleep at the Wheel

Drowsy driving can impair reflexes and lead to disaster. Try these tips to stay alert.

Avoid This Potentially Fatal Driving Condition

Drowsy driving causes more than 100,000 crashes each year. Learn how to reduce risk.

Bike to Work? Boost Your Commuting Safety

Learn how to stay safe when you bike to work.

Can You Drive Safely in Every Type of Severe Weather?

It's helpful to know how to drive competently in every kind of bad weather.

Car Battery Replacement Tips

Have you checked your vehicle’s battery? Read this article to learn about your battery and how to change it.

Tips for teen drivers during prom and graduation season

While helping your teen plan, parents can advise about safe driving on the big night.

Tips for choosing the first car for your teen to drive

Beginning drivers are at highest risk of a crash, so help them make a safe transition.

Cost of Car Insurance Fraud

Car insurance fraud is costing us all. Look out for common types and learn how to help combat the issue.

Defensive Driving Tips

Defensive driving tips can help drivers take on the road safely

Door Dings. How to Avoid the Scourge of Parking Lots

Assess your surroundings when choosing a parking spot to avoid a dent or scratch.

Texting While Driving Includes Growing Mobile Web Use

Texting while driving is not the only problem - drivers are increasingly using mobile web services.

Driving Distractions and How to Avoid Them

Texting is one of the most dangerous driving distractions, but here are 7 others.

The information in this article was obtained from various sources not associated with State Farm®. While we believe it to be reliable and accurate, we do not warrant the accuracy or reliability of the information. These suggestions are not a complete list of every loss control measure. The information is not intended to replace manuals or instructions provided by the manufacturer or the advice of a qualified professional. Nor is it intended to effect coverage under our policy. State Farm makes no guarantees of results from use of this information.