* Drivers of vehicles should slow down while approaching roundabouts, intersections and crosswalks.
* They should give adequate time for children, senior citizens and disabled persons to cross the road.
* Motorists should not try to overtake near pedestrian crossings.
* Motorists should be extra careful while driving near hospitals, schools, mosques and residential areas.
* Be careful while reversing your car.
* Use only designated Zebra lines and pedestrian signals to cross roads.
* Pedestrians should always stand away from the road’s edge.
* Pedestrians should constantly scan the roads for vehicles, stay alert and keep their ears open so they are able to hear warnings from passing vehicles.
* Pedestrians should let fast-moving vehicles, or those near them, pass and wait for their turn to cross. They should always be on the lookout for approaching traffic.
* If cars have stopped at a crosswalk, or a road is free of vehicles, pedestrians should cross the road normally, without hurry, as hurrying may cause them to slip and fall down.
* If crossing a road in an area without adequate lights, people should wear bright or reflective clothing so that motorists can easily see them.
* Always hold your children’s hands while crossing a street.
“We do what we can to help, ”Keep Safe Always”