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Driving sober, awake and undistracted are keys to a safe holiday weekend

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Getting behind the wheel of a vehicle can be a risky business, with car accidents more common than most drivers in Florida would like. Although accident rates are decreasing statewide, Paula Cunniffe reports, drivers still need to pay attention on the road and avoid dangerous practices such as drinking, driving, distractions and speeding….especially as they return from this busy Fourth of July Holiday weekend..

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