F.A.Q. on Driving Tips
Q. What documents should a driver carry while
Ans: The following documents should be carried while driving:
- Driving License
- Registration certificate
- Taxation Certificate
- P.U.C Certificate
- Insurance Certificate.
- Fitness Certificate and permit.
Q. What is
"Highway Hypnosis"? How to control it?
Ans: "Highway Hypnosis" or "Drowsiness" is lack of sleep
or fatigue experienced by drivers usually on highways. It hampers
the driving ability of the drivers. Drivers can combat hypnosis
by taking frequent intervals while driving, whilst taking coffee,
exercise or nap.
Q. What is "2 Seconds" Rule?
Ans: This rule is used to measure a safe distance between
two vehicles. According to this rule: "There should be a two second
difference between two vehicles when they pass a stationary object
on road side".
Q. What is a "Safe Speed" for driving?
Ans: A "Safe Speed" for driving is a relative term. Drivers
should negotiate speed while driving on the rod depending upon the
traffic and weather conditions.
Q. What skills are needed to drive safely?
Ans: Skills required to drive safely can be enlisted as
- Good vision.
- Quick reactions.
- Good co-ordination.
- Marked ability to take decisions and judge the
Q. What steps
can be taken to ensure safety on roads while driving?
Ans: Following points should be kept in mind:
- Keep the glasses and mirrors clean.
- Keep speed under control.
- Do not drive under influence of drugs and alcohol.
Q. What precautions
need to be taken while vehicle crashes?
Ans: In case of vehicle crash always slow down and park
your vehicle at the road side and then look for what has happened.
Never apply sudden breaks. Use hand signals in case of emergency.
Q. What are the duties of a driver
in case of an accidents?
Ans: The driver duties include:
- Arrange some medical help.
- Inform police.
Q. Can I use
mobile phone while driving?
Ans: No. According to the rule, mobile phones should be
switched off while driving.
Q. Can persons other than drivers use mobile
phone while driving?
Ans: Yes, the occupants of the vehicle other than the driver
himself can use mobile phones.