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Rules of the road
Rules of the road
Rules of the road
Rules of the road
Rules of the road
Rules of the road
Rules of the road
Rules of the road
Rules of the road
Rules of the road
Rules of the road
Rules of the road
Rules of the road
Rules of the road
Rules of the road
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Rules of the road
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  • 1. Rules of the Road
    Prepare By
    Adnan Masood
    Manager QHSE
  • 2. Driving is a serious and sometimes dangerous business. Modern, high-speed vehicles constantly
    demand more and better highways. The state’s highway builders have a never-ending task of attempting
    to meet this demand. Law enforcement officials, in turn, work thousands of hours each day in Keeping highways and streets safe for you and those you love.
    Unfortunately, new, safer highways can’t be built in a day, and law enforcement officers ant be stationed every few feet to see that all drivers use good judgment and
    obey “rules of the road.”
    A few poor drivers are ever present—even though they may possess all the mental and physical qualifications necessary to drive. Their only failing is the absence of good
    judgment.
    In other words, they “take chances,” virtually making a death-dealing weapon out of a motor vehicle.
    On the other hand, the driver who uses average intelligence and coordination, who obeys signs and observes special markings, can be a safe driver.
    The automobile, motorcycle and truck have become a necessity in our fast-moving world. They are, and should be pleasure vehicles, too. Your vehicle will serve you well in both fields if you stay alert, drive properly and follow the basic “rules of the road.”
    Prepare By: Adnan Masood Manager QHSE at TCG {0336-2350594}
    About Drivers
  • 3. SPEED LIMITS
    Where no special hazard exists the traffic laws set up speed limits for normal driving
    In Towns or Cities:
    Thirty miles per hour in any urban district.
    On Roads and Highways Outside of Towns:
    70 miles per hour on any separated multilane highway as designated and posted by the Secretary of Transportation;
    65 miles per hour on any State or Federal Highway;
    55 miles per hour on any county or township highway.
    Prepare By: Adnan Masood Manager QHSE at TCG {0336-2350594}
    SPEED AND SPEED RESTRICTIONS
  • 4. Use your mirrors.
    Signal your intentions.
    Check blind spots.
    Change lanes gradually and carefully.
    Prepare By: Adnan Masood Manager QHSE at TCG {0336-2350594}
    CHANGING LANES
  • 5. On two-lane roads, with traffic moving in both directions, you may pass traffic on the left if the pass can be completed safely without exceeding the speed limit. In preparing to pass, check the road ahead for sufficient distance and the road behind for other traffic that may be preparing to pass you. Activate left-turn signal before passing and right-turn signal after passing, and before returning to the right lane. Do not return to the right lane too soon, wait until you can see the entire front of the vehicle you have just passed in your rear view mirror. When another car is trying to pass you, stay in your lane and don’t increase speed.
    Prepare By: Adnan Masood Manager QHSE at TCG {0336-2350594}
    PASSING
  • 6. Prepare By: Adnan Masood Manager QHSE at TCG {0336-2350594}
    PASSING
  • 7. The law requires that you keep a safe clearance between your vehicle and the vehicle in front of you. Weather, road conditions and traffic influence this requirement. Be able to stop or turn to avoid a collision. When driving in bad weather, you should increase following distance 3 or 4 seconds.
    Prepare By: Adnan Masood Manager QHSE at TCG {0336-2350594}
    FOLLOWING OTHER VEHICLES
  • 8. Prepare By: Adnan Masood Manager QHSE at TCG {0336-2350594}
    TWO-SECOND Following Distance Rule
  • 9. USE HIGH AND LOW HEADLIGHT BEAMS PROPERLY
    Prepare By: Adnan Masood Manager QHSE at TCG {0336-2350594}
    DRIVING AT NIGHT
    Use bright lights only when driving in the open country without other cars near. Even with the upper beam, speed must be lower than by day.
    Always use dim lights when approaching other cars so as not to blind the driver.
  • 10. Thinking Distance
    Prepare By: Adnan Masood Manager QHSE at TCG {0336-2350594}
    SPEED, IMPACT AND BRAKING DISTANCE
  • 11. TIRE BLOWS OUT
    • Don’t apply brakes.
    • Concentrate on steering.
    • Remove foot from accelerator.
    • Brake softly.
    • Pull completely off pavement.
    Prepare By: Adnan Masood Manager QHSE at TCG {0336-2350594}
    EMERGENCIES
  • 12. FIRE
    • Apply mud, dirt, dust, or snow.
    • Check ditch for water.
    • Use hub cap to carry water or wet wearing apparel.
    • Loosen dirt with tire tool.
    Prepare By: Adnan Masood Manager QHSE at TCG {0336-2350594}
    EMERGENCIES
  • 13. FLOODED ENGINE
    • Press gas pedal to floor.
    • DO NOT PUMP GAS PEDAL.
    • Run starter steadily.
    • Let pedal up when engine starts.
    Prepare By: Adnan Masood Manager QHSE at TCG {0336-2350594}
    EMERGENCIES
  • 14. WET BRAKES
    • Test brakes lightly after driving through deep water.
    • Brakes may pull to one side or may not hold at all.
    • Dry brakes by driving slowly in low gear and apply brakes.
    Prepare By: Adnan Masood Manager QHSE at TCG {0336-2350594}
    EMERGENCIES
  • 15. ACCELERATOR JAMMED
    • Concentrate on steering.
    • Shift to neutral.
    • Turn off ignition.
    • Use brakes.
    Prepare By: Adnan Masood Manager QHSE at TCG {0336-2350594}
    EMERGENCIES
  • 16. RIGHT WHEELS OFF PAVEMENT
    • Stop feeding gas.
    • Hold wheel firmly.
    • Brake lightly.
    • Maintain car control.
    • Wait until no oncoming car in immediate vicinity.
    • Turn back on pavement sharply at slow speed.
    Prepare By: Adnan Masood Manager QHSE at TCG {0336-2350594}
    EMERGENCIES
  • 17. BRAKES FAIL
    • Push parking brake, while pulling release lever.
    • Shift to lower gear.
    • Rub tires on curb.
    • Look for safer area.
    Prepare By: Adnan Masood Manager QHSE at TCG {0336-2350594}
    EMERGENCIES
  • 18. Thanks
    Prepare By: Adnan Masood Manager QHSE at TCG {0336-2350594}

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