Following Road Safety Laws And Regulations

It is an alarming fact that every day thousands of people die or get severely injured due to motor traffic accidents. While it is understandable for a one off accident to take place during a dark night, a surprising and little known fact is that most of these accidents take place during the broad daylight when the drivers should be able to see the people walking on the road very well. This raises a serious question about how these accidents are taking place. The sad truth however is that many pedestrians do not make an effort to follow road safety and traffic safety rules and regulations that have been put in place for their own safety.

Everyday incidents
The truth is most motorist, especially bus drivers, lorry drivers and even tandem dual axle trailer drivers do in most cases follow road regulations and laws to the best of their ability however it is the passengers and the pedestrians on the street that do not make an effort to follow road safety regulations because they believe it is unlikely for an accident to occur. Jaywalking is one of the most commonly broken road safety laws and it is similarly one of the main reasons for deaths and severe motor traffic accidents to take place.
What most pedestrians do not understand is that it is quite easy for them to see an oncoming bus or a tandem dual axle trailer however they are unlikely to see small car turn around a bi lane or the motorcyclist that is speeding on the other side of the road. The most common kind of motor accidents are motor cycle accidents and small vehicle accidents. In most cases it is difficult for a pedestrian to make an accurate judgment about how fast a vehicle is coming and one reason for these accidents to take place is that they misjudge the amount of time they have to cross the road due to a misjudgment of the speed of the approaching vehicle. Every pedestrian must stop when they see a vehicle coming towards them even at a distance as it is important for them to wait until the vehicle has passed before they cross the street and when doing so it is important for a pedestrian to always use the zebra crossing after having push the button to cross the road. As important as it is for pedestrians to be careful, it is also important for the government and the authorities to make an effort to create a safer environment for pedestrians. To know more about plant trailers Australia, visit http://www.victrailers.com.au/trailers/plant/

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