Season’s Greetings from Hariri Law Group

Season's Greetings

We would like to take this opportunity to send you and your loved ones our best wishes as the holiday season draws near. We hope this festive time brings you joy, laughter, and cherished moments with family and friends.


We also want to encourage you to put your safety and those around you first during this time of year, especially when driving. Here are some lesser-known safety advices to bear in mind as we maneuver through Southern California’s bustling streets:

  1. Watch for Cyclists, Electric Scooters, and Pedestrians: With Southern California’s mild climate, many people choose alternative modes of transportation, such as biking or walking. Stay vigilant, especially in urban areas, and be mindful of pedestrians and cyclists sharing the road.

  2. Avoid Drowsy Driving: Holiday festivities can be tiring, and fatigue can compromise your ability to drive safely. Ensure you are well-rested before embarking on a journey, and if possible, share the driving responsibilities with others.

  3. Mind the Sunset: With shorter days and longer nights, it’s crucial to be aware of the early sunsets. Ensure your vehicle’s headlights and taillights are in optimal condition, and consider driving with your headlights on during dusk and dawn to enhance visibility.

  4. Stay Informed About Traffic Patterns: Southern California is known for its traffic, and during the holidays, it can become even more unpredictable. Consider using real-time traffic apps to stay informed about road conditions and alternative routes, helping you navigate the busiest times more efficiently.

  5. Plan Rest Stops Strategically: Long drives can be tiring, so plan rest stops strategically. Take breaks every couple of hours to stretch your legs, stay alert, and maintain focus on the road. This practice not only enhances your safety but also makes your journey more enjoyable.

  6. Check Your Vehicle’s Cooling System: Southern California can experience warmer temperatures, even during the holidays. Ensure your vehicle’s cooling system is in good working condition to prevent overheating, especially if you’re planning a longer drive.

Your safety is paramount, please travel with caution over the holidays! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Wishing you a safe and happy holiday season!



Hariri Law Group

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