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Don’t be a killer road hog

As the festive season fast approaches, an increase in traffic volumes can be seen on roads. And with that comes the increased threat of more road accidents.

Statistics show that as people hit the road for holidays and family day trips, the carnage on the road is exacerbated, with many innocent lives often lost.

Many an accident occurs as a result of human error, and one could justifiably say that most can be avoided if caution were exercised on the part of either the driver or pedestrian.

Terrible heartache could be spared if “safety first” became the operative idea when hitting the road. Despite countless road safety campaigns run by government over the years, urging motorists to take this approach, reckless and irrational behaviour still dominates. And this blame must be placed squarely at the feet of offenders . . .

So always ask yourself whether you would be able to live with ruining lives when next you get behind the steering wheel of your vehicle.

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