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Vulnerable Road Users - Cyclists
“I’m an extremely safe cyclist!” you might quip. However, there’s no accounting for the actions of other road users, thus it’s important to not only practice safe cycling, but also defensive cycling. Here are some tips on how you can stay safe!
Vehicles with fewer wheels tend to be more vulnerable than those with more, simply due to the sheer mass that larger vehicles have. As a motorcyclist, it’s essential to know how to keep yourself safe while riding on the roads; while as drivers, learning how to keep a look out for vulnerable road users is key to safe driving.
Here's a refresher on driving basics you shouldn’t forget, no matter how long you’ve been driving. These basics would have been taught to you years ago as a learner driver, but they might’ve been forgotten by now, or other habits might’ve formed throughout the years of driving.
“So, how do I go about being a more gracious driver,” you might ask. It might come as a surprise, but being a better motorist isn’t all about on-road behaviour and mannerisms. It begins even before you get behind the wheel, or even before you get to your car, in fact!
Here's a close look at the top traffic offences in Singapore, based on data collected by the Singapore Traffic Police in 2019. These range from seemingly harmless offences such as speeding, to serious offences such as drink driving which may result in a jail term.
Here's a close look at the top causes of traffic accidents in Singapore, based on data collected by the Singapore Traffic Police in 2019. Watching the numerous videos of traffic accidents you see posted on social networking sites, it’ll be hard not to notice that most of them belong to three categories.