Drive Safe Medical Assistants and Nursing Assistants

#9 on the list: Nissan Versa Sedan

Usually, we cover stories here on the Allen School Blog that focus on the myriad benefits of studying medical billing and coding online with the Allen School.  You know, stories about how much less time you’ll spend not stressing out in traffic jams or how much more convenient online study is for those managing households or working other full time jobs.

Well, today, we’re gonna “flip the script” a bit and look at some information that is going to be more relevant to those studying to become certified nurse assistants or medical assistant education on Allen School’s ground campuses.  If you’re among those making the daily trip to the ground school campuses, you may be taking transit or you may be driving yourself.  If you’re in the latter group, driving yourself, and if you’re in the market for a new set of wheels this holiday season, take heed of the following.

The Wall Street Cheat Sheet has compiled a list of the top 10 deadliest cars on the road today.  A good number of the cars making the list fall into the economy class which is typically favored by students.  As such, you owe it to yourself to know which cars represent perhaps a higher probability of killing you if you were to be involved in an accident on your way to class.  Here’s a link to the full list.  Whether you drive one of these ten cars or not however, the best advice this blogger can give is to take it easy and drive cautiously.  Nothing, not even being on time to class, is worth getting into a life-threatening car accident over.  Be safe out there people!

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