Driving Your Nissan Vehicle Safely

If you’re looking to get behind the wheel of a 2017 Nissan Pathfinder or 2017 Nissan Murano you’re likely considering a range of factors including comfort, technology, and safety features. Safety is a bigger concern for customers in Okotoks than it ever has been, but despite that, driving in a truly safe manner is something that depends on your own habits and the car you choose to buy.

Here at Okotoks Nissan, we want our customers to be as safe as they can be when they’re behind the wheel of their Nissan automobiles, and the following are some ways they can accomplish that:

Stay focused on the road. Too many people are texting or eating or putting on makeup while driving, and any or all of those things can be (and have proven to be) detrimental. The more you watch the road, the better chance you have to be a defensive driver and adjust to other drivers doing something unpredictable.

Keep your vehicle tuned up. Use the service department at your friendly neighborhood Nissan dealership to avoid any dangerous road issues before they happen. Get new tires when yours go bald. Change the oil, filter, belts, and brakes when the need arises. Regular maintenance can seem expensive at times, but those who keep up with it are driving safer (not to mention longer-lasting) automobiles.

Beyond that, we just recommend safe automobiles that score well on IIHS and NHTSA crash tests. Several of our vehicles have done quite well on those tests and earn extra safety points from consumers just for being Nissan autos. As your local Nissan dealers in Okotoks, AB we work hard to connect you with a car that will meet all of your needs, including safety. Following these simple steps should help make that possible!

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