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Safe Driving

Safe Driving 

Driving most often refers to the controlled operation and movement of a motorized vehicle, such as a car , truck or bus safe  driving practices should be followed to avoid accidents.

Safe Driving

Bad habits that can lead to accidents:

Impaired driving for safe Driving:

or driving under the influence is definitely prohibited under any circumstances. The drivers should be avoided that swerve uncontrollably, drive high speeds unnecessarily, and drive aggressively.

Fatigued driving for safe Driving:

is operating a motor vehicle when the body is tired and/or drowsy. Actions by such motorists affect everyone around them. Like alcohol, sleepiness slows reaction time, decreases awareness, impairs judgement and increases the risk of crashing

Distracted driving for safe Driving :

involves the use of cell phones, texting, eating, reading, grooming or other activities that take the driver’s attention away from focusing solely on driving.

HABITS for safe Driving :

  • Honk the horn and use the lights to communicate with pedestrians and other drivers
  • Always maintain a safe space around your vehicle
  • Buckle up for safety at all times.
  • Inspect the vehicle every day.
  • Turn the lights on when driving.
  • Shift your attention regularly from near to far, and from left to right.

HABITS for safe Driving

Qualities of a good driver for Safe Driving :

He should be predictable for Safe Driving:

Because drivers have to co-operate to keep
traffic moving safely, he must also be predictable,
doing what other people using the road expect him to do.

He should adopt defensive driving techniques for Safe Driving :

Defensive driving is a set of driving skills that allows you to defend yourself against possible collisions caused by bad drivers, drunk drivers, and poor weather. Defensive drivers are able to avoid dangers on the road by using their safe driving practices.

He Should Follow the 3 second Rules for Safe Driving :

The three second rule is a rule of thumb by which a driver may maintain a safe following distance at any speed. The rule is that a driver should ideally stay at least three seconds behind any vehicle that is directly in front of the driver's vehicle.

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