A GOOD DRIVER IS ALWAYS
towards pedestrians, cyclists and other drivers. Tries not to frighten them by approaching at a threatening speed. Does not blow horn and add to the high level of noise in the city. Does not use headlights at full beam and blind the on-coming drivers.
by giving way to the traffic on the right; by slowing down to allow pedestrians to cross the road; does not show impatience by repeatedly blowing horn or threatening gestures; by helping another driver in distress.
doesn't overspeed; doesn't overtake recklessly; keeps his vehicle in good condition; follows lane discipline; observes traffic signals and parking restrictions.
|Do's & Don'ts |
|• Do dip your headlights when behind another vehicle is approaching
• Do drive slowly in rain fog
• Do give way to traffic on your right
• Do get the emission TEST done periodically
• Do maintain your vehicle in good condition
• Do allow space for vehicles for free left turn - do not block the left lane at junctions where free left is permitted
• Do slow down when taking a curve
• Do not decorate your vehicle with garlands and buntings - they restrict your vision and divert attention of other drivers
• Do carry original driving license and registration certificate at all times
|• Do not use horn except to avert danger|
• Do not use headlights on well-lit roads
• Do not use headlights on full beam on city roads
• Do not weave between traffic lanes
• Do not drive under influence of liquor
• Do not park in "no parking" areas
• Do not park more than 15 CMS from the pavement
Negotiating TurnsLEFT TURN
• Ensure that the turning path is clear and no one is coming up behind you on your left • Give the left and signal by hand or indicator • Keep as close to the left as possible - just before during and after turn • After completing the turn, slowly and smoothly merge with the traffic RIGHT TURN
• Make sure that the traffic behind is at a safe distance • Give the right hand signal and gradually slow down • Leave as much room as possible for other vehicles to pass on your left, and take a position just left of the middle of the road. • As soon as you find a safe gap between you and the coming traffic make turn swiftly but safely