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Sud­hin Vasu Film­maker Oman has an au­to­mo­bile as­so­ci­a­tion which can play a great role in spread­ing aware­ness among peo­ple. They or­gan­ise lots of auto events with safety mea­sures in place. We can learn a lot from these events like driv­ing fast doesn’t mean that it has to be rash driv­ing.

Afraah Nizar Stu­dent I think the ROP is do­ing a good job in re­duc­ing the num­ber of ac­ci­dents through sev­eral mea­sures. The pub­lic too should spread the mes­sage of safe driv­ing prac­tices in com­mu­ni­ties. Events like road traf­fic ex­hi­bi­tions help peo­ple to know about the dan­gers of rash driv­ing.

He­manth Suren­dran Pri­vate sec­tor em­ployee I think the best way is to or­gan­ise ex­hi­bi­tions and events show­cas­ing the neg­a­tive im­pacts of rash driv­ing. It has been found that such events do play an im­por­tant role in im­ple­ment­ing safe driv­ing prac­tices.

Sa­jid Hooti Busi­ness­man

The best way is to im­pose high fines to de­ter other rash driv­ers. If that doesn’t work out, the per­son’s li­cence should be re­voked or he should be jailed to de­ter other vi­o­la­tors.

Noorul Hayat Homemaker The only way to keep rash driv­ers off roads is through in­creas­ing the fine amount. Be­sides, there should be in­creased po­lice pa­trolling to catch such of­fend­ers red­handed. Once they are pe­nalised of­ten, they should hope­fully drive safely.

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