THE LAW OF THE ROAD
THE LAW OF THE ROAD:
The law of the road must be adhered to and obey. Many occasions l have observed rough drivers and intimidations, especially when there is opposite sex on the wheel.
WHAT IS THE POINT
The point is that it is not how good or how bad we are on the road. We must think of other road users and yourself. I work across Intensive Care Units and have treated and caring for trauma clients. It is not fun when this happens, and any family will agree that it is not fun.
There are many reasons and factors why there are rules, dos and don’ts on the major roads, streets and rural villages. If we obey, then, everyone is safe. Had l known is not always the best outcome of any situation, because at such point, perhaps too late? Prevention is still the best policy. Eat well, sleep well, exercise and have fun, look fresh in the morning and start the day with gladness. Happiness comes from within, and with gifted joy, the sky is the limit in doing what is right and just.
Follow the law of the road. Know your left from right, obey the recommended miles in any Country roads, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70 and you the driver and your passengers will be safe as well as other road users. We all know what l am talking about, and it is not new to anyone, especially drivers. Drive safe and keep safe. Check the DVLA site regularly to see updated articles and recommendations.
It is crucial to think of actions, responsibilities and consequences. Do not drink-drive or under the influence of some form of drugs and is hyperactive. Check your medication side effects, that it does not contain drowsiness. If feeling unwell, do not drive and also listen to your instinct, sometimes we have this strange feeling like “l don’t feel like driving” best to listen to oneself. We are accountable for our actions, and ignorance is no excuse, they said. Therefore, we should take responsibility at all cost.
IT IS A PLEASURE TO DRIVE
It is a pleasure to drive. Keep your driving particulars updated, ensure your driving license is up to date. Respect the roads and the road users, drive like a professional. How you drive presents your personality to other drivers and all the roads users. The mannerism of the road demands respect, control, focus, attention and obedient. No matter how late we are to a destination, there is no need to disobey the law of the streets and highway, because when unexpected happens, then, we are unable to continue the journey anyway. Therefore, organise your time, go to bed early, early to bed and early to rise. Take a walk, get some fresh air and have holidays booked to enhance relaxation, eat well and keep fit. Avoid rushing by all means and stay safe. Let us show our young ones the best practice. Obedience is the beginning of Wisdom.
WE ARE ACCOUNTABLE FOR OUR ACTIONS: DRIVE SAFE!