It’s a lot easier to avoid a car accident in Texas if you’re informed about some of the driving dangers and pitfalls you should avoid. With this in mind, we’re committed to helping educate you on rules of the road, some tips and advice that should help you avoid getting into a car accident.

That said, sometimes accidents just happen, and when they do, you’ll likely need to call an Austin personal injury lawyer. We’ll be happy to help you with a free consultation to see what your rights are after an accident.

Here are some blog posts on safe driving tips you can use in Austin, San Antonio, anywhere, to avoid being in a car accident.

rear end collision due to tailgating

The Dangers of Tailgating

Driving closely behind another vehicle, otherwise known as “tailgating”, is risky and can lead to rear-end collisions and other accidents. Frustration or anger can lead to drivers tailgating other drivers. Read more about tailgating, why it’s dangerous, and how to avoid being in a car accident with someone who is tailgating.

Roundabout in Texas

How to Navigate Roundabouts

Roundabouts are a type of circular intersection that have been a part of the U.S. transportation system since at least 1905. As many local residents of Pflugerville and Round Rock know, these types of intersections have been introduced to our cities. To know how to properly use a roundabout, it is important to know the rules that govern them. Read more about how to navigate roundabouts.

One car passing another on the freeway in Austin

Tips for Safely Passing Another Car

Whether it is passing on a multi-lane freeway, a two-lane highway, or the street near your home, there is always a safe and proper way to do so. There can be legal ramifications that come into play when improperly passing another vehicle on a Texas roadway. Read more about how to practice safely passing another car in Texas.


This is not intended as legal advice from Dustin Fox or Justinian & Associates. No attorney/client relationship has been created by this blog post. I do not represent you in any capacity unless specifically agreed to in a separate writing.