Fol­low traf­fic rules strictly

Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) - Live - - OPINION/EDUCATION - Nir­mal Saini,

Reck­less and neg­li­gent driv­ing of­ten causes fa­tal ac­ci­dents. Drunken driv­ing has been caus­ing more harm to the road safety rules. At some places ac­ci­dents also oc­cur due to faulty struc­ture of the road. Lack of civic sense, non­ad­her­ence to traf­fic-norms, care­less at­ti­tude and over speed­ing are some of the ma­jor rea­sons for mishaps on roads. With the ad­di­tion of new ve­hi­cles ev­ery year, the traf­fic-men­ace is be­com­ing more and more acute. Thus, dur­ing peak hours, the move­ment of heavy ve­hi­cle can be tem­po­rar­ily put to halt. Ob­serv­ing traf­fic norms, speed limit and good con­di­tion of the roads can cur­tail the ac­ci­dents. To cope with the heavy rush of ve­hi­cles ex­pan­sion or en­large­ment of roads or con­struc­tion of fly­overs can also be con­sid­ered.


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