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In our driving safety guide, you will find out what precautions you should take before and while driving, how to drive safely in difficult conditions and what to do in an emergency situation.
Make sure you have the compulsory equipment in your vehicle (safety waistcoat(s), triangle, etc.) as well as the equipment needed to change a wheel in case of a puncture.
Other useful equipment:
Fatigue lowers concentration levels, extends reaction time and reduces hearing ability.
Your focus on the road can be severely reduced by pain or strong emotional situations. If you are taking medication and are unsure about its effects, consult your doctor or pharmacist before driving.
Do not consume any alcohol before you drive and be aware of the legal limits. Designate a driver or hire a taxi if you have consumed alcohol.
Slow down. If more drivers followed this tip in the rain, accidents would dramatically decrease. Wet weather doesn’t receive the same attention as winter weather driving, but it should. Wet roads present similar dangers-less grip and longer stopping distance, for example.
Visibility deteriorates in fog:
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Prevention is better than cure! To minimise the risk of problems on the road, have your vehicle checked regularly by a professional and before a long journey.