Follow your lane while driving; avoid jumping lanes.
Always stick to the lane assigned to you and stay within the road’s specified speed limits.
Always look for road signs and give due importance to them.
Do not honk unnecessarily, as it causes air pollution
If you have a driver, avoid sitting in the back seat, to prevent confusion and chaos.
Do not accelerate when taking out a parked car. Always look forward for other moving vehicles in the road before moving forward slowly.
Use indicators while turning left or right at least 30 meters before turning. Be extremely careful when cutting lanes and parking areas
Be particularly careful when reversing your vehicle. Look for pedestrians and other obstacles.
Always leave early to avoid speeding.
Be careful when changing lanes. The indicator must be used.
Do not stop abruptly: slow down gradually before coming to a complete halt, so that the driver in the vehicle behind you has ample time to react.
Take adequate rest when going on long drives, to prevent fatigue and exhaustion.
On highways, avoid bumper-to-bumper traveling.
Drive at an optimum speed for traveling comfort, safety and better mileage.
While driving at night, ensure that all lights are working. Use a low beam to avoid blinding drivers of vehicles moving in the opposite direction.