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Traffic Law

The Importance of Obeying Traffic Laws Traffic laws are designed to protect you and other drivers on the road. If we do not follow them we are not only putting ourselves at risk but also innocent bystanders and drivers. By knowing the rules of the road, practicing good driving skills and generally taking care as a road user, you help play a vital role in preventing a crash. You will also be making road safety policies more effective. Many factors play a role in road safety including following...

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Traffic accident and law in Cambodia

Traffic accidents and laws in Cambodia Riding around the city of Phnom Penh can sometimes be challenging. Whether your mode of transportation is a car, tuk tuk, motorbike or a bicycle, the traffic is horrendous, and sharing the road with all types of transportation can be dangerous. Traffic accidents are one of the leading causes of death in Cambodia. Speeding and drunk driving are the main causes, and motorbikes are the most common vehicle involved in traffic accidents. The traffic laws in Cambodia...

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Importance of Obeying Traffic Laws

Why should we follow Traffic Rules? There are certain rules that have been prepared for the benefit of people and the idea of preparing these rules is not that they should be understood by the drivers, but it should also be understood through the cyclists, pedestrians and other people. People are recommended that they should be carefully observing all the rules and regulation and it is effectual to be careful, considerate and patient. Traffic rules of the roads are both the laws and the informal rules...

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Reasons for Traffic Laws

------------------------------------------------- B. REASONS FOR TRAFFIC LAWS ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- Why do we need to keep traffic laws? ------------------------------------------------- -Safety ------------------------------------------------- -Common Understanding ------------------------------------------------- -Order and movement in traffic ------------------------------------------------- The most obvious...

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Speeding Essay

more trouble. Speeding can also be going too slow. The law says that "no person shall operate a vehicle at such a slow speed as to impede or block the normal and reasonable movement of traffic, except when reduced speed is necessary for safe operation or to comply with the law." If you do get a speeding ticket on the first offense, if it is under the speed limit you might not get your license taken away at all but you will have to attend traffic school and write an essay. On a second offense you lose...

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Classification - Types of Drivers

Essay There are three types of drivers in this world: competent, overcautious, and reckless. After driving for many years in frustrating rush hour traffic, one might find there are three types of drivers, competent drivers who keep the flow going, over cautious drivers who cause slow and backed up traffic, and reckless drivers who weave in and out of traffic causing one near death experience after another. Trying to sort out what type of driver a person might be is an extremely challenging task. In a...

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Drives

inconsistent driver. They are normally going under the speed limit or close to it, this type of driver will slow up traffic, and in highly congested areas, they can be a hazard on the road from hesitating and not flowing well with the traffic. Finally, there is the alert driver, this type of driving style consists of paying attention to the surroundings, such as weather, potholes, and other traffic. The inconsistent driver; has a tendency of pissing off other drivers, with their inconsistent and unpredictable...

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Teenage Driving - A persuasive essay for imposing tougher restrictions on teen drivers. WITH bibliography.

drivers argue that things are fine just the way they are. However, when the nation's leading cause of death for teens age 15 to 20 is traffic accidents, things can hardly be considered fine. The need for change is obvious. Something must be done to save the lives of Georgia's teens as well as those of innocent motorists. The Georgia state legislature should impose tougher laws and regulations on teenage drivers under the age of 18. The freedom to roam that accompanies a driver's license can do a lot more...

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Mckinstry Advertising Agency

for many traffic accidents. There were 27.7 million traffic accidents involving passenger car in 2000, and 6.1 million traffic accidents involving trucks. These 33.8 million traffic accidents resulted in 46400 deaths, 1.8 million sever injuries that required hospitalization, 7.8 million moderate injuries that required attention by medical personnel, extensive slight injuries, uncounted personal traumas, and huge financial losses. Speeding was said to be a factor in 65 % of all traffic accidents...

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Argue for the Limitation of Speed Limits

Argue for the limitation of speed limits In American society today, there are numerous laws designed to protect all citizens. One such law is having a speed limit. This requires motorists to drive reasonably and consider the conditions and potential hazards, regardless of what the speed limit signs say. As the automobile demands grew, the streets and highways expanded throughout the US, lawmakers created speed limits. On thee another hand, some citizens believe with modern day road materials...

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