Posted June 11, 2018 05:50:38 Driving while texting or using a smartphone while driving can be a major safety hazard.
If you’re not careful, it can be easy to miss something or cause another crash.
Here are some tips to avoid this type of crash.
Traffic lights Traffic lights have been widely criticised for being an ineffective way of signalling when cars are slowing down and can easily cause crashes.
But if you’re trying to get to your destination, or to another place where you may need to wait, the lights should be on.
And if they aren’t, the only option is to turn them off.
Check your lights to see whether they are flashing red and green.
And make sure you see them, even if you don’t see them clearly.
When the lights turn red, it’s time to stop, but you may not realise you’re doing it.
There are other ways to signal when you need to slow down.
When you’re driving slowly on the shoulder, turn your steering wheel in the same direction as the road, and your hand in the centre of the road.
If there’s no road sign, it could be that you’ve gone too fast on the road and have to slow.
If your speed is slower than the road or it’s going over bumps or trees, it might be safer to slow further.
If it’s clear that there’s a road ahead, turn left, but don’t go into reverse.
When your speed slows down, take the same approach you would if you were going round a curve.
When turning left, make sure to slow your speed to 30km/h (18mph).
It could also be faster to slow yourself down by going backwards, to give you a longer break.
The speed limit on most roads is 40km/hr (25mph).
If you want to slow things down, try to avoid going faster than the speed limit.
If, however, you can see that you’re slowing down, you might be able to slow to 20km/hour (12mph).
In some cases, the speed limits can be reduced to 20.
If the speed is 40 or 50km/hl, you’ll need to take it slow.
This can be difficult, as traffic is already pretty heavy, and some vehicles have to be stopped and some cars must be kept in reverse.
Don’t do this if you can’t see your speed.
This may mean you may be stopped in the middle of nowhere and you can drive past a stop sign or a traffic light, or you might even be stopped on the wrong side of the intersection.
If possible, try and stay at least 15km (9.6 miles) away from the stop sign.
You can do this by parking near a roundabout, or even by walking along the road where you can avoid them.
When to take the road The road is usually a straight one, and it’s always safer to drive on the left side.
This is especially important in areas where it’s hard to see a sign warning of slower traffic.
If a sign is too far away to see, you should wait to overtake the slower vehicle, and when you overtake it, slow down to a more gradual pace.
If no one is stopping at the stop line, slow to a slow pace and then stop again, then slow again, and then slow down again.
It’s better to be safe than sorry.
If slower traffic slows down too much, it may cause accidents.
If this happens, try stopping and slowing as fast as you can.
This might mean taking the road back to the side where it is safe, and slowing down again if necessary.
It can be risky to slow more slowly than you need, but it can also help you pass slower traffic safely.
Traffic light changes When you see traffic lights that indicate you’re coming to a red light, it means that there is a delay.
If something slows down or stops for you, you’re less likely to go through the red light anyway, so the delay will be minimal.
It could even help if you slow down too quickly.
There is a time and a place to slow for, and there’s usually a place for stopping too, and you should be able in most cases to do both.
In some areas, such as in major cities, it is also safer to speed up in a red-light area, to help avoid accidents.
Check with the local authority to see if there are any restrictions or guidelines.
Check out the traffic lights at your destination.
If none are flashing, make your way towards the other side of town, and the lights will be red.
If one of the lights is flashing, try turning left.
But be careful, because there’s another red light on your right, and that could slow you down too.
When stopping or slowing down: Take the time to check the traffic light on the other lane.
If they are red,