Driving in the wrong direction, running a red light, using a mobile phone … is one of many driving behaviors that can be dangerous for others that some drivers have.
Drive in the opposite direction
Driving in the opposite direction not only violates the law but is also dangerous. Although not often, some drivers often decide to go against traffic to save a few meters. This is especially dangerous when running on one-way roads, highways with high-speed traffic are not wary of “confrontational” situations such as small roads in urban areas or two-way roads. Just by saving a few millimeters of fuel, a bit of driving time, but this behavior is driving the driver into a dangerous situation that entails people with other traffic.
Cross the red light
Like a one-way street, traffic signal lights are also born to help make traffic more safe, orderly, reduce congestion. However, some drivers have a habit of passing red lights or taking advantage of the last seconds of yellow lights on intersections without police. This behavior helps them to travel a few dozen seconds or more, but can miss their whole life or other unlucky traffic participants. Because traffic lights help this person, the other person has a priority to cross the road but the act of crossing the red light intentionally robs the right of priority and puts them in a particularly dangerous situation.
Use a mobile phone while driving
This is one of the most common bad habits of most Indian drivers. Using a mobile phone while driving limits your concentration and therefore, you may encounter problems. Although it is understandable that people may need to take an emergency call while traveling on the road, it is everyone’s best benefit to pull through.
Being classified as extremely dangerous, but using a phone while driving is the most faulty driver. The underlying cause is mainly due to saving time to stop calling and answering messages.
Do not go in the right lane
This is a bad habit that many drivers violate most because of the habit of “filling in the void” and being selfish when participating in traffic. You can easily see this situation when moving in urban areas, but it only causes traffic congestion, not causing danger to others like driving on highways. The lane separation on the highway helps to increase the circulation speed of vehicles while ensuring safety, but some drivers have the habit of occupying the priority lane to run at high speed or overtaking or requisitioning “fast lane. “Rightmost to run slow speed. Even, some drivers prefer to travel between two lanes or suddenly change lanes, increasing the risk of accidents on highways.
Use of headlights indiscriminately
Using unnecessary flashlights can help you look a little further but blind the vehicles in the opposite direction, increasing the likelihood of face-to-face collisions. Many drivers even use headlights even when walking in a street that has been illuminated by street lights or not when the car in the opposite direction has actively switched on the headlights near the front. Headlights are designed to help drivers better observe when traveling on empty roads without lights, drivers should lower the lights when there is a vehicle going in the opposite direction to avoid bringing others into dangerous situations.
Hazard lamp abuse
Harzard lights, also known as priority lights, warning lights, emergency lights, which are used in some major emergencies, are stopping when the vehicle is in trouble and blocking other vehicles’ roads. It has both the priority function for vehicles with emergency emergencies and features that alert other traffic participants to avoid unnecessary collisions. The indiscriminate use of emergency lights can mislead other means of participating in traffic and at the same time undermine its true meaning.