Family & Passenger:13 is the lucky number
There are many research studies out there that demonstrate that on average it is about 50% more dangerous to be in the front seat than in back.
Personal Matters:That stressful drive.
Driving is already a dangerous enough task and being stressed while driving just makes it even more risky.
Vehicle Safety:Fatigue management tips.
Make sure that you have had at least 8 or 9 hours of uninterrupted sleep for at least a week before your long journey.
Streets & Sidewalks: Balance Management on a Two-Wheeler.
Do you know the best way to handle any two-wheeled vehicle at slow speeds? In this section, we will focus on shifting on a two-wheeler.
Environment:Going to the beach for a little ride?
Stop and think about the things you do with your driving that could possibly have an impact on the environment. Research them and find out what you can do to make a difference.