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West valley is located on the northwest side of the Salt Lake Valley, between Salt Lake City on the north, South Salt Lake on the east, Magna Township on the west, and Taylorsville and Kearns Township on the south. The town’s population in 2007 showed approximately 124,089 residents, 32,253 households, and 25,931 families residing in the city. This makes it the second-largest city in Utah. There is a total area of 35.5 square miles, of which, of which 0.17% is water. The area was largely agricultural for over one hundred years. West Valley City is on the same grid system as Salt Lake City, which means it follows the same street system. I-215 runs through the city parallel to I-15. The SR-201 freeway lies along the northern border. This is a city in Salt Lake County and is considered a suburb of Salt Lake City. It has vast cultural and lifestyle, as it is home to the E Center and the Utah Grizzlies of the ECHL, the Utah Cultural Celebration Center, Stonebridge Golf Course, Westridge Golf Course, Rocky Mountain Raceway, USANA Amphitheatre, Hale Centre Theatre, and the Valley Fair Mall. The city is in the Granite School District. It has 2 high schools.

Information About West Valley Used Cars: Distractions

So you’ve found your used car. The last thing you want is to be involved in an incident that damages your vehicles. Drivers make these common mistakes every single day. For most, it is not a big deal – at least until they are in an accident.
Mobile Devices: This is a particular problem among teens, though many participate. Using your cell phone or mp3 player has been proved to cause accidents. Some states have banned hand held phones while driving, and others may follow suit. It may be tempting to chat on the phone while on the road, but just do not do it.

Aggressive Driving: This is a cause of 56 percent of fatal crashes. While driving your used car, do not speed, tailgating, failing to follow traffic signs, weave in and out of traffic, make unsafe lane changes or run red lights.
Turn Signals: Your used car has turn signals for a reason, they make the vehicle around aware of what your next move is. It takes a simple flick to use them, but many do not, and this can lead to crashes.

Buttons: Tweaking your radio, heat, or even in-vehicle computer while driving a used car are a leading cause of accidents and near misses. On late model used cars, the consoles may have been designed with safety in mind, making it difficult for the driver to be distracted. Just remember, make adjustments before you go.

Driving While Upset: Some people head for their used car when they are upset. Some think this is a great way to blow of some steam. But, in reality, your emotions affect your driving skills. Anger may turn into aggressive driving. Tears may blur your vision. If you find that your concentration is being preoccupied by your feelings, then pull over. Going for a quick stroll may help you regain composure. Do not take your frustrations out on your used car, the road, or other drivers; this could only make things worse.