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Advice
Always Use A Child Seat
Always Wear A Seat Belt
Adjust Your Head Restraint
Check Your Tyre Condition
Never Drink And Drive
Never Drive Under The Influence Of Drugs
Never Use A Hand Held Mobile Phone While Driving
Watch Your Speed
 
 
 
Never Use A Hand Held Mobile Phone While Driving
 
 
   
Talking on a mobile phone while driving is dangerous.
Using a mobile phone while driving can affect your ability to gauge distances, keep lane discipline and keep to an appropriate speed.
If possible, switch off your mobile phone while driving.
Only use a hands free mobile phone if you must receive calls while driving. Keep conversations short, never argue and pull over and stop the car if possible.
Never compose or read text messages when driving.
 
 

 

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