Often the act of driving a vehicle has become a common skill that many are not able to really take it as an important discipline that needs to always be done mindfully and with much responsibility.
Year after year the number of road accidents has still been increasing mainly because of the lack of better judgment and road etiquette of those who stay behind the wheel.
Whether you have driven for many years or have only started driving for a short period, it is essential that you become very considerate of your own safety as well as that of other motorists on the road.
There are several mirrors in your vehicle that can help to keep your eyes on the road and to see everyone else, who is driving along with you, so be very diligent on having clean and clear windows and readjust the rearview mirror and side mirrors before driving off.
Respect Road Rules
Unfortunately there are drivers who think that all the rules and regulations on the road are just suggestions and do not necessarily need to be followed, however if you look into better perspective most of these road rules are what keep people safe on the road at all times, so always be considerate.
Just imagine a big percentage of all car owners driving on the road and not minding the regular repairs and maintenances for their cars, it would definitely be chaotic for an engine to breakdown and stall, a tire to blowout and brakes not to function, so be extremely wary of these before driving.
Have Enough Etiquette
Aside from following road rules also having enough consideration for others on the road is a special skill that takes a lot of practice and conscientiousness, allowing pedestrians to cross, stopping a substantial amount of time in front of a stop sign, even looking at other vehicles as you drive along the road and giving way when necessary are all driving skills that need to be mastered at best.
Sleep and Unlawful Substances
A good amount of quality driving relies on the attentiveness and extended awareness of the driver, which is why it is a big responsibility not only to stay away from drugs and alcohol consumption but also to have enough sleep before deciding to drive.