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The Ohio State Highway
Patrol says they've seen an increase in the number of head-on car collisions.
With millions of people on
the highway for the holidays, the OHSP says your best chance of survival is
through defensive driving.
Troopers say drivers
should always be aware of what's on either side of them at all times, that way
they can safely swerve should they find another vehicle coming at them.
They also recommend
staying in the right hand lane, especially on overpasses and blind corners. This creates more space from any oncoming
drivers, and could save your life.
While the number of
head-on collision is increasing, troopers say the number of fatal accidents in
Ohio is on pace for a record low in 2013, which they attribute to safer cars
and more people wearing their seatbelts.