Today’s Driver a well known driving school situated in Toronto, cracks open the mantra to drive safe. Each one of us looks forward to the day, when we pass the driving test and get our learner’s license. With the license to drive anywhere and everywhere in the city, we find ourselves filled with euphoria. But, one little mistake when your adrenaline rush reaches its limits and you try to prove other how good you are at driving can lead you in the hospital bed or worse in the morgue. To avoid this keep the following points in mind –
- Avoid Peer Pressure – No matter, how much your friends insist or no matter what they say or call you, for following the rules, do not give in to them. Don’t try to prove that you are a better driver by speeding up or racing. Rash driving is not good driving. If you really want to prove you are a good driver, then stick to the rules and drive sensibly.
- Avoid/ ignore rash driving strangers – While driving, you might just come across strange a driver, who for no reason loves to race in the middle of traffic. He might prompt you to race by shouting out funny names and words. Don’t fall at that, ignore them and keep driving at your own pace.
- Alcohol, sedatives, anaesthesia– If you are under the influence of Alcohol, anaesthesia (general), sedatives, weed or any other drug for some reason, then avoid driving. Take a public transport or ask your friends to drive you home or to your destination.