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Safe driving for life: Maira Nadeem

Every year massively increase in the number of cars with advanced features has obviously made our life more conveniently, comfort & leisure. With this also comes a sense of responsibility while driving the vehicles. Safe driving is something to be taken very seriously and could be a matter of life and death. Distracted driving is something that has been an issue for years. The main distraction is that phone that everyone is addicted to. Each of us goes to the office, country, other workplaces every day. But we are not safe when we go on the road because accidents take place. Safety is something that drivers should keep in mind at all times.

Most accidents happened due to over-speeding and careless driving by the youngsters. Accidents are avoidable, all it takes is to be aware of your surroundings. Pay attention do what you are doing. Cell phone radios and newspapers are common distractions while in a motor vehicle. Keeping the proper speed is critical while driving. One of many factors in remaining safe on the roads is the ability to control your emotions and your stress. Some drivers do not know how to deal with stress. This emotion can hinder the ability to drive safely and ensure safety on the roads. If you want to increase your chances of staying safe on the road, always wear a seat belt. Follow the Three Second Rule – Keep a Safe Distance. Always Avoid Distractions. Never Break Red Signal. Avoid Accidents. Save Money. Live longer!

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