1. Driving without safety belt:
The safety belt is very important as the first safety precaution for the personnel in the vehicle. Many people think there is no danger in a collision.
In fact, it is not. According to statistics, the accident mortality of not wearing seat belts is seven times that of wearing seat belts. Suggestion: the safety belt must be fastened all the time.
2. Holding the steering wheel with one hand for a long time:
The correct posture of holding the steering wheel is to hold the nine o'clock and three o'clock positions of the steering wheel with both hands, and keep the arms bent naturally. There is no doubt that driving a small mixer for a long time will make your hands feel tired and sore.
However, when driving, especially on mountain roads and slippery roads, it is impossible to effectively control the direction with one hand in an emergency. Suggestion: you can relax your arms occasionally, but you can't control the steering wheel with one hand for a long time.
3. Driving while talking on mobile phone:
Safety first starts with me: it is inevitable to keep in touch with others while driving. But talking on the phone while driving is very dangerous and can distract you from responding to an emergency. Suggestion: the driver should use Bluetooth headset.
4. Sundries in front of windshield:
There are too many sundries in front of the windshield. When driving on the road, too many sundries will not only affect the line of sight, but also in case of emergency braking, the items in front will fly to the driver and front passengers under the action of inertia, causing secondary injury.
Suggestion: large or heavy sundries can be placed in the storage compartment of the center console or door.
5. Fatigue driving:
Driving for a long time will make drivers gradually mentally tired, lose their focus, and even cause instant drowsiness, which will seriously affect driving safety.
According to the data, about 40% of the major traffic casualties are caused by fatigue driving. Suggestion: after driving continuously every two to three hours, stop and rest for five to ten minutes to relieve fatigue.