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What Public can do to prevent road Accidents

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Road Accident prevention tips for Public - India

Road Accident prevention tips for Public - India

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  • 1. How to Prevent Road Accidents • Most important method to prevent road accidents is restriction of speed 90 % of accidents can be avoided by limiting speeds. speed. • Always maintain safe distance with the vehicle in front. • Safety awareness should begin from childhood, as it is difficult to impart awareness to a grown up a human. If safety awareness is imparted at childhood, safety will be a habit. So impart Road Safety and General Safety awareness to your children during childhood itself. Better before the age of Six. • Video, Computer Games that simulate Racing should discouraged by parents as it will develop racing habit in children. • Don’t allow your children to watch Motor sports especially Racing. • Cinema, Serials and Advertisements involving Racing, over speed / highly risky riding etc should be watched by children ONLY with Parental Guidance. Tell them about it’s dangers when they are small kids. • Children below a certain age should not be permitted to do cycling in busy roads / roads where heavy vehicles are plying. • Parents of children residing near busy roads should keep the Gates closed always. • Two wheeler users should use Helmet. • Back seat riders also should use Helmet. • If Helmet is not available do not accept the offer for a lift. • Always fix the Chinstrap of your Helmet. Otherwise it will not help during an accident. • Ensure that your Helmet is of good quality with ISI mark, Otherwise replace it TODAY.
  • 2. • Never drink and drive. Somebody is waiting for you at home. • Do not use mobile phones while driving. • Avoid long trips during night, as far as possible. • If you are driving at night, get refreshed at regular intervals by having a face wash or by having a cup of Coffee or Tea. Somebody should ensure that you are awake. • There is a practice of keeping the traffic signals in standby mode during nights and on holidays. It is highly risky, hence be extra cautious at junctions with signal system in standby mode. • Advertisement boards and other items that may obstruct visibility at junctions, curvatures and other parts of the roads. Hence be cautious about them. • Restrict speed at known accident prone areas. • Check up your vehicle regularly and before long journey. • Old age drivers should checkup their eyes periodically. • A small pool of water or a hanging branch of tree on roadsides can cause accident, as such obstructions will make the pedestrians / drivers to take sudden LATERAL movement and result in accidents. Drivers and Pedestrians should not make sudden lateral movement. The above list of suggestions is not exhaustive. Experts in the field will be able to supplement with more valuable suggestions. If you have some suggestions, mailto:safeindianroads@gmail.com?Subject=AccidentPrevention E-Mail: safeindianroads@gmail.com