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How to Avoid Road Accidents

With day-by-day increase in vehicles, road accidents are becoming common. This is not the only reason for the accidents, but lack of driving skills and implementation are the major factors in this matter.

To avoid road accidents, everyone should aware himself as a driver and also for the safety of those who are around him.

Here are some mistakes that a driver does, which causes an accident.

Speedy Driving:

This is one of the most common and dangerous thing, especially in young drivers. They drive at high speed just for the sake of show off, which mostly ends up with the severe accident or cause the death of anyone.

Drivers should drive slowly on the busy roads to save theirs & others lives.

Causes of Road Accidents

Drive on Other Lane:

It’s a fact that everyone thinks on the road, he is in more of a hurry than you. Taking this sense he tries to take over you by crossing the lane. There are the drivers who tempt to teach others a lesson by crossing each other and an accident happens.

If you want to save yours and others life as well, you should strictly follow the rules of driving in your own lane.

Driving with One Hand on the Wheel:

Sometimes a single hand on the wheel does not allow you to control the car properly. Many accidents happen due to this mistake.

Drivers should keep their hands in 2 or 10 ‘o’clock position which allows the flexibility that you suddenly need to adjust your course.

Although there are many other mistakes involved, such as the use of cell phone during driving, etc, these are the main causes of road accidents that must be resolved by the drivers

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  Posted by Neil Weber on Tue, Apr 5, 2016

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