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Dos And Don'ts In Driving

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Many drivers today never passed through an approved driving school. A learner should understand that driving is more than just moving a car from point A to point B. Practicing alone will not teach you all you need to know and it usually takes a longer time with some mistakes to perfect if at all.

However,  passing through a good and approved driving school is vital to teach all the rudiments a driver should know and practice. Moving a vehicle on the road needs a high level of carefullness. It requires complete concentration.

Things A Good Driver Should Know

  • Before taking off into the roads: check the gear to be sure it is in the neutral position before starting the car engine. Automatic gear transmission has a safer system as regards to this. Automatic transmission vehicles can not start once the gear is in the drive position. But can only start in Park or Neutral position.

Man moving his gear lever

  • Make sure that the mirrors, head rest, steering are all in comfortable position, if not adjust them.
  • Next is for you to fasten your seatbelt and take off gently
  • Check to see if the road is free of any oncomingvehicle  before entering
  • There should be enough gap between your vehicle and the one you are following behind. So never get too close to the vehicle you are following behind. If an overtaking vehicle has closed the gap, slow down to create a new gap.
  • Many drivers don't monitor what is behind them. The mirrors are there to help you see what is happening behind you. Check from time to time. Most importantly, check behind before leaving the road

A lady adjusting car Centre mirror

  • Don't brake in a sudden way. Do it gently except in emergency situations. Note that sudden application of brake can result in rear collision
  • Look ahead to see anything that will make you to apply brake in good time before getting close, to avoid sudden braking.

For more information read,

The Dos And Don'ts In Driving Part 2

The Dos And Don'ts In Driving Part 3

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