Learning and Practicing…for Good

Below is a video form where all of us must learn to have some safe distance while driving our vehicles. Practicing same will definitely prove good in giving way to emergency vehicles including Ambulances, Fire tenders.

In addition to above, same may also help for the following:

  1. To keep us as well as our vehicle safe in need of immediate stopping.
  2. To have enough margin to save non-motorized vehicles & pedestrians.
  3. To avoid traffic jam due to any technical fault in vehicle.

Seeking your kind cooperation to understand it and act positively….VM

Published by TowardsZEROAccident

Being Road Safety Propagator, I am putting my best efforts to do all possible to avert road accidents and will continue same ......towards zero accident.

15 thoughts on “Learning and Practicing…for Good

  1. Having safe distance while driving is very shielding…. Giving way to such emergency vehicles is very important as it helps in saving possible lives. Very virtuous video👍🏻

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  2. It is always safe to keep some distance between the running vehicles for emergency situations and also to avoid the accidents Every bòdy must follow these instructions

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  3. This is an important issue raised by you. Though there is a practice of green corridor being followed for emergency situations, even in normal days, safe margin needs to be maintained, particularly during this foggy weather of winter, when accidents increase due to low visibility.

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    1. In case of medical emergency situations, real time practice of green corridor has limitations w.r.t time and place. So in routine, practicing safe margin/distance between vehicles plays key roles in saving lives and time which might be wasted if trapped in traffic jam due to improper driving & parking.
      Thank you, Kaushal ji for your participative n thoughtful remarks at this platform.

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