I was reading the newest issue of Mens Health today. (By the way, if you are looking for a Fathers Day present for a man in your life, Mens Health is the way to go. If he is 18 or 88, he will learn something.
Men in their 30s have car crashes as their most common way of dying. Not a good thing. According to the Northwestern University center for public safety, men in this age are drinking an driving less, but are traveling more frequently for work and driving fast and aggressively.
Some tips to help make it to your 40s:
- Don’t rubberneck. 50 percent of fatalities are caused by driver distraction;
- Stop driving by 2am. Up to 50 percent of fatal crashes are during the early morning;
- Lose your temper. Road rage can kill you.
Make sure that you drive safely this Memorial Day weekend.