Tips on how to Lower Stress While Driving
At GroundLink the wellness of our drivers is top priority! Over the years, studies have shown that long-term stress can be linked to various health conditions. Here are some simple tips on how you can avoid or lower your stress while driving:
- Maintain your vehicle regularly – it’ll save you money and stress and keep you and your passengers safe. When your car breaks down, it’s often more expensive to fix and you lose time from work. Not to mention the stress from waiting for a tow truck or dealing with safety issues.
- Leave early and follow traffic rules and regulations—to avoid getting speeding tickets, and making unnecessary U-turns, please start early when you get a job.
- Plan bathroom breaks.
- Dealing with a difficult passenger is one of the most difficult parts of the job. The best way to cope is to avoid conflict with the passenger, no matter how wrong you think he or she is. Remember, we are here for you after the ride to file your complaints.
- Make sure you have adequate insurance to cover damage to your vehicle should you get into an accident.
For more information please visit www.driver.groundlink.com