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Driving on Tax Day? Beware the dead-line
Robert H. Shmerling, MD,
Senior Faculty Editor, Harvard Health Publishing
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Enjoyed reading your article
Do not drive while using mobile phone
Really liked the way you’ve written about this issue i liked these lines very much
” Everything appears to promise that it will last; but in this world nothing is certain but death and taxes.”
Enjoyed reading your article …I await the next article
i agree with dont use your phone while driving, because it very dangerous…
No preocuparse el día 15, coger a la familia y llevarla a comer por hay, eso si, cuidado con el coche.
Best idea don’t worry about paying any tax and relax on the beach on the 15th…why stresss….life is to short.
Nice article. the main reason for the vehicle accidents are drunk driving. Falling asleep at the wheel is also an important factor for accidents.
i like it
this year, the IRS has postponed the deadline by two days, to April 17. That’s because April 15 is a Sunday and the next day is Emancipation Day — a public holiday observed in Washington, D.C.
Driving even when you lack sleep is not a smart thing to do. I really can relate to this since it happened to me once. Glad that it only cause less damage to my car and no damage to me and my sister who is my passenger at that moment. We just both laugh on that experience and really learn my lesson after that.
Thank you for the info….reminding of me. Most problem is drunk and speeding.
I can’t denied that if we’re sleepy, we may not to driving. sometimes after have drink flu medicine, I always sleepy while driving. fortunately, there’s no happening after that.
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