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Your Blood Alcohol Concentration (b.a.c.) depends on several factors like your gender, weight, what type of alcohol you had,...
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In regular traffic, the driver must keep right and must keep extreme right in the following cases:1- When faced with oncoming...
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Before you cross the road, make sure the driver has seen you.Make eye contact with the driver and make sure you they have...
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When the traffic signal turns red, many drivers do not stop their cars before the white lines of the safe crossing, but instead,...
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You should check your tires at least once a month and before you make a long trip. Worn tires can cause:Reduced performanceDelay...
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As you walk towards your vehicle, begin to think like a driver, make sure of the following:- The path of travel is clear...
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Even if you think you are protected, speed can still kill you as well as others. The vehicle’s security devices...
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More than 17 hours without sleep has the same effect on the body as 0.5 level of alcohol in the blood.Fatigue slows the driver’s...
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Pedestrians have the right to cross the road safely all the while respecting the safety of drivers:Drivers:- Slow down...
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Total stopping distance is the distance your vehicle will travel from the moment the hazard appears ahead until your vehicle...
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Before your trip:Check road conditions and weather forecastLeave earlier to allow extra time to get to your destinationKnow...
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Before your trip:Take your car for maintenance check-upMake sure your tires pressure is at a suitable level (not too high...
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When you want to change lanes, be alert to the pavement markings: If the white line is continuous: don’t cross over it,...
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Apply the 2 seconds rule to keep your car at a safe distance from the vehicle ahead:Pick a fixed reference point – the...
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Total braking distance is the distance your vehicle travels from the moment the hazard appears ahead until your vehicle comes...
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Four simple actions help you save on gas, reduce CO2 emission and stay safe:Lower speed = lower gas consumption: Driving...
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Here are some safety measures taken to protect F1 racers:- All areas around the driver, especially around the head, are padded...
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You would never let your 7-year-old child play on the roof of a 2 floors building out of fear of the fall’s impact.But...
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- Never hold a child on your lap in the car. In case of a crash at a speed of 50 km/hrs, they will weigh 20x more and you...
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The wheels are amongst the most important parts of the vehicle and need to be kept in check regularly and continuously. They...
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"I only drank beer; I can drive”, "I only had a couple of drinks, I can still drive" and many falsely believe in the...
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A highnumber of crashes occur when vehicles change lanes. This is because drivers changing lanes are often unaware that...
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Pedestrians are the most vulnerable road users and part of your responsibility as a driver is to not threat their safety....
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In traffic jams particularly, drivers tend to approach their car to the next vehicle until there’s hardly any space left...
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Your attention is selective and while driving it will select your phone conversation, not the road. Speaking on the phone...
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Road lights are used inside the cities and towns to keep pedestrians visible for drivers at night. But on highways, it...
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We often hear the same excuses by drivers for not wearing the seatbelt, so we thought to answer. Please have a look: - “I...
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Many parents may be tempted to place the infant seat forward facing to allow them to view their child more easily. This is...
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- White Lines:- Solid White Lines:Seperate lanes of traffic moving in the same direction.Crossing the line requires special...
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