Navigating traffic circles is easier than you think
Some days being on the road can really push your buttons. It gets hectic – which is why it’s always a great idea to brush up and stay sharp, so you can be the shiniest version of yourself when driving. Have look at these three tips, for instance. They’ll help you, but they’re also ideal to share with that friend who makes you push the invisible break when you’re in the passenger seat or a family member who just doesn’t quite get what really needs to happen at traffic circles… But in all seriousness, these videos are brilliant, part of Imperial Road Safety’s #BongieSays campaign and simple enough to use as tools when teaching kids about the ins and outs of road safety.
No matter the time of day, always make sure you are visible to all your fellow road users. How can you do this? A. Make sure your lights work.B. Ensure all your signal lights are active and visible.C. Make sure you double check when moving from one lane to the next.
Posted by Imperial Road Safety on Monday, 16 April 2018
No matter the time of day, always make sure you are visible to all your fellow road users.
A road is an ever-changing environment – and crossing one can be very dangerous, especially for young children. Teach your children hot to cross roads safely with these few tips.
Posted by Imperial Road Safety on Tuesday, 13 February 2018
A road is an ever-changing environment and crossing one can be very dangerous, especially for young children. These tips are super simple and illustrated to teach kids how to cross over and remain safe.
How well do you know your traffic circle rules? Who's in the wrong: Car A, B, or C?Hint: When entering a traffic circle, always give way to those already in the circle, and those approaching from your right.
Posted by Imperial Road Safety on Sunday, 18 February 2018
How well do you know your traffic circle rules? On some level, most people feel like ‘everybody else doesn’t know how to drive’ because, to be fair, traffic circles can be quite an overwhelming experience. The trick when entering a traffic circle is to always give way to those already in the circle, and those approaching from your right. It’s literally that simple.