Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about traffic rules. Moving cars, heavy carriages, four-wheelers, and other animals, as well as a mob of people and pedestrians, are all examples of traffic.
To avoid chaos and problems on the road, rules are an official statement of what must and must not be done. The word “Traffic-Rules” refers to systematic and regulated steps for reaching one’s destination safely.
The government doesn’t create traffic laws to make money off of them. It serves to safeguard the drivers. The same goal is served by conducting driving exams. It is vital to understand traffic signs, including stop, no entry, and speed restriction signs. They help maintain the vehicle moving at a moderate speed, preventing entry into off-limits areas, and slowing down. Our experience comes from following the traffic rules. As a result, it helps prevent accidents.
The fact that we can save many more lives by driving responsibly is another essential reason to obey traffic rules. It is possible to reduce the number of cow deaths resulting from traffic incidents. We’ll also teach ourselves good practices. Giving up alcohol is another factor in the safe driving measure.
Traffic regulations encourage us to drive attentively and arrive at our destination safely since reckless driving is a key contributor to accidents. Only after you reach safety can you gain time for your family and the country. The golden rule of race is to go slowly and steadily. Thank you.