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RTA Safety Tips

It is important to practice safe driving techniques in unfavourable weather conditions. In that regard, below are some tips for driving during bad weather conditions.

During Rain

  • Check the validity of the brakes, tires, and headlights of your vehicle before starting your journey.
  • Whether it is a short trip or not, make sure your wipers work well for a safe journey.
  • Make sure to increase the safety distance between you and the vehicle ahead.
  • Drive slowly so you can always keep control of your car and avoid worrying about having to stop suddenly behind other vehicles.
  • Make sure to check your tires for a safe journey.
  • Always follow traffic signs and do not instantly press on the accelerator when the traffic light turns green to avoid losing control on the slippery roads.
  • Drive cautiously and carefully at a reduced speed limit for your safety.
  • Do not overtake other vehicles except when necessary.
  • Turn on your headlights and keep a safe space between the vehicle ahead of you to avoid a collision.

During Dust

  • Ensure that all your car headlights work well.
  • Be careful while driving and reduce your speed while switching lanes.
  • Close your windows and turn on the AC for your safety on the road.

During Fog

  • Stay to the right side of your lane to stay clear from vehicles coming from the opposite direction.
  • Keep an eye on your speed and ensure you have your fog lights on.
  • For your safety and that of others use your vehicle signals when necessary to warn vehicles coming from behind.
  • Do not drive with your high beam lights as it reduces the visibility, instead drive with your fog lights on.
  • When you must stop your vehicle, park on the side of the road and make sure to turn your hazard lights on to warn other vehicles.
  • Relieve pressure on the accelerator and use the brakes if necessary.

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