When on the road make sure you are taking all the necessary precautions while driving, to not only keep yourself but everyone around you. Driving distracted isn’t only texting and driving, it is anything that takes your attention away from your primary task. Don’t let yourself be a candidate for an AT&T commercial about distracted driving. Lives can be changed forever in a matter of seconds, don’t let it be your
Finances would be incredibly more manageable with laws against using cell phones while driving. Ultimately, interaction with cellular devices while driving should be banned. Directing the car to the side of the road and parking would decrease any dangerous risks involved. Lives are at risk when it comes to a driver simply replying to a text message. An incident while using a cell phone and driving would cost an absurd amount of money.
In simple words rules can be broken for a good consequence. For example if the road is empty one can drive on any side as no one is inconvenient on his driving. During an emergency situation where there is a huge traffic jam he can drive on the left side
My first piece of advice is to get into the habit of preparing to fight a ticket. If you’re going to have any hope of fighting your speeding ticket, then, you need to know as much about the incident as any cop. If you’ve been driving for a few years, then, it can be pretty easy to let your thoughts wander from the here and now. If and when you get stopped, you need to be very aware of everything that happens before, during, and after you’re pulled over. Start developing some habits to
You have to listen and make sure no trains are coming and only cross when you know for sure it is safe to go over. *never shift the school buses gears on a railroad crossing* Lastly, when driving a big truck carrying hazardous vehicles there is also precautions you should take. These include you having to stop at all railroad crossings, don’t shift on railroad tracks and if you can try and take a different route if the railroads red lights are flashing. There are a few tips you can use to make sure that you are taking the very most precautions you can at railroad crossings. Always expect a train on any track even if it looks like there is not one.
Drinking: DON’T SIT YOUR DRINK DOWN ANYWHERE! Avoid the danger of someone spiking your drink while it’s unattended by being extra cautious. Driving: DON’T DRINK AND DRIVE! To avoid problems with accidents and the law, have someone “sober” drive for you.
While many people know cell phones can cause a distraction while driving, cell phones are only one of many distractions drivers regularly face. Here are some other driving distractions we encourage you to avoid: Getting Lost in Your Own Thoughts While driving, it is easy to start thinking about something other than driving. Planning what you are going to do when you get home, worrying about how you can resolve a problem, or thinking about something else while driving is common. Unfortunately, these thoughts take your focus away from driving.
Self-driving cars could pick you up and drop you off safely without any problems from other drivers, but humans have a way to communicate with each other while driving: they make eye contact, nod, and wave to another person to go. Richtel and Dougherty also point out how the drivers make silent agreements on who’s turn it is to go, but they say, “ ‘Where are the eyes in an autonomous vehicle?’ he added…” (Line 59). How would a self-driving vehicle know whose turn it is to go?
“Your Tesla will match speed to traffic conditions, keep within a lane, automatically change lanes without requiring driver input, transition from one freeway to another, exit the freeway when your destination is near, self-park when near a parking spot and be summoned to and from your garage” (Tesla). Turn signals happen on their own and the car follows your GPS. Driverless cars may be able to prevent many road issues. However, there are still a considerable amount problems that it can either cause or can’t prevent. As an adversary, I have to disagree with self driving cars.
One of the main advantages of highways is that you can easily and, in theory, safely overtake slower vehicles in the inside lanes, provided that there is adequate space to do so and that you clearly indicate your intention to overtake or pull back into the slow lane. Swerving in and out of different lanes, often at the last minute and without using blinkers, is asking for trouble, and leaves all the other drivers guessing as to what your next move might
The first thing a novice driver taught is to keep your eyes on the road. Constantly, an accident is associated with distraction. With all the today’s technology, it is easy for a driver to become distracted. Distraction is considered as anything the driver does besides not keeping their eyes on the road like eating, drinking, adjusting the A/C or fiddling with the radio (Berger, 2010).
Imagine being a student that got their driver's licence taken away for getting to many tardies and not having up to par grades, and driving is the only way you can get to school. While to some this might seem like a good punishment, this would make it even harder for you to get to school on time, if at all. A punishment meant to help you, would end up hurting you. If we have a no pass, no drive law this would only make the dropout rate worse. I do not think that we should have no pass not drive laws and that instead we need to get to the source of the problem and help the students that are struggling.
Railroads are still a big thing in today’s world and very important to be cautious around them as they can kill someone as fast as a blink of an eye. That’s why learning to be safe around railroad tracks is such a big deal, especially when barely starting to drive. There is even laws to prevent deaths from happening. As it is illegal to park closer than 50 feet from the railroad track, a person will get a fine it’s that serious.
Getting a driver's license is important to them because it is the next step in life. It teaches them how to be responsible, careful. It is when they are really free from their parents. They will not have to ask your parents to drop them to the mall. They will not have to ask them to drop you to school, or to your best friends house.
Have you ever wanted to help your family financially? Now imagine being a 16 year old who wants a better job because the job you're working at does not pay enough. Your family needs your help buying food, paying bills, and buying gas for their car. You need to buy a car and let your parents quit taking you to work and school. You can't help your parents because you cant drive for two more years.