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Austin Locations

Automotive Repair in North Austin on Research Blvd
North Austin

12990 Research Blvd
Austin, TX 78750

(512) 842-4385

Austin Auto Repair on Research Blvd in North Austin
North Austin

8405 Research Blvd
Austin, TX 78758

(512) 580-7165

Auto Tuning and Auto Repair Parmer Lane in Austin, Texas
North Austin

1607 West Parmer Ln
Austin, TX 78727

(512) 710-0636

South Austin Auto Repair on South Lamar in Austin, Texas

1303 South Lamar
Austin, TX 78704

(512) 645-1618

Southwest Austin Auto Repair on William Cannon
South Austin

1417 W. William Cannon Blvd
Austin, TX 78745

(512) 645-2147

Surrounding Area Locations

Central Texas Auto Repair in Buda at 118 Trademark Drive

118 Trademark Dr
Buda, TX 78610

(512) 456-9087

Cedar Park Auto Tuning and Central Texas Auto Repair
Cedar Park

1915 South Bell Blvd
Cedar Park, TX 78613

(512) 645-2074

Central Texas Auto Mechanic in Dripping Springs
Dripping Springs

3996 E. HWY 290 West
Dripping Springs, TX 78620

(512) 829-3117

Hutto Car Repair Auto Repair Auto Tuning Auto Mechanic

103 Venture Blvd
Hutto, TX 78634

(512) 598-0769

Hill Country and Lakeway Auto Repair and Maintenance

303 Ranch Rd. 620 S.
Lakeway, TX 78734

(512) 456-3840

Auto Repair Auto Tuning Car Mechanic Round Rock
Round Rock

1800 South IH 35
Round Rock, TX 78681

(512) 580-7203

Back To School Safe Driving Tips

school bus picking up students
Back to school means sharing the road, and unfortunately more traffic in Dripping Springs. There’s no way around this. Big yellow school buses picking up and dropping off students, parents dropping off their kids, and students running to beat home room bell. While things are speeding up at this time of year, it’s important to slow down on the roads. Check out these back to school safe driving tips to ensure our safety on and off the road.

1. Pay attention to school zones. Speed significantly drops in marked school zones. Always obey the speed limit and keep your eyes scanning the road for kids crossing the street and buses or parents turning into the school. Speeding through school zones not only leaves you at risk for an expensive driving ticket, but it’s also very unsafe to speed when children are present.

2. Share the road with school buses. That big yellow bus carrying dozens of students should always have the right-of-way. They are large and hard to maneuver so allow the bus driver plenty of room to stop and make turns. Leave plenty of distance between you and the bus and never pass them when they are stopping. It is illegal to pass a school bus on either side of the road when they are stopped to pick up or drop off students. If your child rides the bus to and from school, remind them to always cross the street or walk in front of the school bus.

3. Be cautious of teen drivers. Back to school also means that many high school students are newly licensed drivers and will be driving themselves to school. Teen drivers are inexperienced and often feel the need for speed. If you see a teen driver being reckless, report them immediately. Also bear in mind with new drivers, that their inexperience is just part of having that new licensed freedom. Don’t honk, tailgate or yell because they are taking their time turning or maybe hit the brakes too hard. We’ve all been there before and we have to drive with caution, at any time during the year.

4. Leave your house earlier than normal to account for congestion on the roads. Remember that school zones and more people will slow you down in the mornings on your way to work. Never speed to make up for time. Take into account the traffic and plan to leave 10 to 15 minutes earlier than you did during the summer.

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