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The basic strategy of a Safe System approach is to ensure that in the event of a crash, the impact energies remain below the threshold likely to produce either death or serious injury. This threshold will vary from crash scenario to crash scenario, depending upon the level of protection offered to the road users involved. For example, the chances of survival for an unprotected pedestrian hit by a vehicle diminish rapidly at speeds greater than 30 km/h, whereas for a properly restrained motor vehicle occupant the critical impact speed is 50 km/h (for side impact crashes) and 70 km/h (for head-on crashes). — International Transport Forum, Towards Zero, Ambitious Road Safety Targets and the Safe System Approach, Executive Summary

While Driving always keep:

  • While Driving always keep:
    1. Driving Licence
    2. Vehicle Registration Book
    3. Vehicle Fitness Certificate for Transport Vehicle
    4. P.U.C. Certificate
    5. Vehicle Insurance
    6. Road Permit for Transport vehicle

  • For Learner Licence Holders :
    1. A Learners licence holder should – Drive only when he is accompanied by a person having a permanent licences.
    2. A learners Licence issued by RTO (Any) is valid – Throughout India
    3. The meaning of PSL with respect to turning of vehivle is – Position Speed Look
    4. For a Learners licence holder to display [L] Plate is – Mandatory
    5. Validity of Learners licence is – 6 months
    6. How many driving licence can one person hold at a time – One Licence only
    7. While driving car or a bike must carry – Driving licence, Insurance, RC Book and PUC
    8. A driver whose driving licence is suspended or revoke can – Not drive under any circumstances
    9. If dazzled by headlights of on coming vehicle – you should slow down and stop the vehicle to the left side of road
    10. At Zebra crossing you should – Stop and allow pedestrians to cross the road
    11. While entering from narrow road to main road who has got right of way – Vehicle on main road.

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