Driving etiquette rules, which do not tell in driving school
• Terms of driving etiquette, which does not tell in driving school
It is important to observe the rules of good taste in life. Chat and other interaction with others becomes much more complicated if a person behaves frankly rude. All this also applies to driving and driver behavior on the road. There are unwritten rules, which often do not tell in driving schools, but are important to know and remember.
The light signal. / Photo: inform-progulka.by.
A significant portion of the driver's etiquette up signals by means of lighting. It is with their help, serves the most important warnings. In a similar driving schools often do not tell, but it does not mean that the driver does not have to understand others.
Short turning on a light or "emergency gang" - an expression of gratitude.
Main beam flash in daylight - it is a warning or a DPS patrol danger ahead.
Blinking lights oncoming car - the driver a warning about the problems of lighting or included headlight that dazzles going in the opposite direction.
Blink truck right "turn signal" - information that the coast is clear and you can make overtaking.
It is important to remember. / Photo: vikup-avto-kaluga.ru.
A lot of useful information, drivers can communicate to each other using a common gesture in the automotive environment. Some of them are particularly important as transmit information directly affects the overall safety on the road. Description circle hand in the air, followed by a sharp movement of hands down - is an indication that the car had a flat tire.
"Morgan" palm - a warning that the driver is not lit the light.
Note his hand over his eyes - a driver on the counter warns that it dazzles you.
Note hand on the side of the road - most likely with the machine that something is wrong and it is serious. It is necessary to stop and check.
Claps his hand through the air - it is an indication that the driver's door or the trunk is opened.
Do not refuse to help. / Photo: videoblocks.com.
It is important to remember that anyone on the road can be in a difficult situation, to cope with which their own is not easy. Mutual assistance and assistance to others can significantly improve the climate of goodwill on the road, to reduce the degree of tension and thus increase the safety of all road users. You should not stand idly by when there is an opportunity to help.
If on the sidelines of a man standing with a rope in his hand, so he needs help with the towing machine. And if the driver holds the canister, or just put it next to the roadside with a car, then he ran out of fuel. Must stop if on the sidelines is a car with an open door wide open - maybe someone needs medical attention.