It’s fair to say that not all drivers are equal. Some of us make silly mistakes on the road and while it’s easy to disregard these issues as basic human error, they are quite dangerous. The majority of incidents on the road could have been prevented by one or more drivers. Just look at the case of the self driving car crash. An investigation found that the driver had seven seconds to intervene before the car collided with a wall. He just wasn’t paying attention and that’s only one of the most common errors that occurs on the road.
Forgetting To Refuel
Yes, there are plenty of drivers who simply forget to refuel the car. Now, you might think that’s not a serious issue. But imagine if the car runs out of fuel on a busy highway and you’re in the fast lane. Suddenly, you have to slow right down and get to the side of the road. That’s difficult at the best of times and near impossible when your engine has stopped working.
Anger makes you reckless and that’s why road rage is a serious offence on the road. It’s incredibly dangerous because now safety isn’t your top priority. You’re trying to get revenge on someone who has annoyed you. That could involve anything from pulling out on a driver and breaking to riding a bumper. Either way, it’s not hard to see why this could cause an accident.
In the car, distractions are everywhere. Just by holding a heated conversation you could find you’re not paying as much attention to the road as you should be. But one of the main distractions is cell phones. That’s why they are banned in most states and you can read about texting while driving in the infographic below.
March is already here, which means spring is just around the corner. And while many are welcoming the season of change with open arms, experienced drivers know that spring can be a particularly dangerous season for driving. Spring is loaded with hazards that can cause serious damage, which means you’ll have to finance collision repair for your car. But more importantly, these hazards could lead to an accident that results in serious injuries or worse. In order to keep yourself and your family safe this spring, here are 4 useful driving tips to remember next time you’re on the road. Read more
Learning to drive for the first time can be a daunting experience. How many lessons will it take? Will I get to grips with it? Will I pass the exam first time? These are bound to be questions on your mind if you’re looking to take to the road, but with good planning, training, and practice, you can set yourself on the road to success. Here are four tips to get you road-ready! Read more
Hydrogen then goes to mid-mounted power module stack and responds with air that originates from frontal side, and making power and water as a reward. 151 hp and 247 lb-ft of torque electric engine utilizes that power to control the auto and that is practically every last bit of it & Water that is left from hydrogen-oxygen response is shot out by means of backside tailpipe, either amid drive or stationary mode and New Mirai achieves 60 mph for under 9.0 seconds. Read more