Safety tips during the monsoon

Pedestrian safety tips during the monsoon

In each monsoon, there is no shortage of advice. From keeping your hair from getting frizzy to fashion tips for the braving the rains. On concord what is that missing from the advice columns this time of year? Advice and tips about how pedestrians should expect to handle the wet roads. It is the time we changed that.

Someone loses their life for every four minutes of a road accident according to the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways. During the monsoon increases sharply the chances of that will be happening.

According to a road safety survey commissioned by Chevrolet India that is conducted by ValueNotes and Nielsen. The number of road-related injuries increases by more than the third at the time of rains. In actual fact, Mumbaikars listed “driving during rains” as it is one of their worst driving scenarios in the survey.

While the motorists treat it as tough. The survey found it is the pedestrians who are at the greatest risk of an injury on the India’s slick surfaces. We have put together a list of five safety road tips that helps to keep you out of harm’s way this season.

1) Don’t run!

We know that this looks like common sense but when standing in a downpour. Most of us have the understandable urge to dash across the road for the purpose of safety. You must resist this urge. During the rains drops dramatically and an oncoming car may not see you within the time in Visibility .

2) Be visible

Opt for something colourful and bright instead of the standard issue black umbrella at the time of selecting your rain gear. Indulge your fun side. And then go for reflective fabric or creative pattern. It not only will make you more visible to drivers on concord it will lift your spirits too.

3) Just say ‘No’ to jaywalking

Jaywalking is always dangerous. In the time of the monsoons, it can prove to be downright lethal. During monsoons due to low visibility, potholes, and slippery roads, Even conscientious drivers are handicapped. The final thing they need is to be caught by surprise as someone dashes across the road. There are some traffic lights and designated crossings. Instead of this, let us all agree to use those.

4) No, you don’t ‘Gotta Catch ‘Em All’

You all know the latest augmented reality game ” the monster hunting phenomenon”. As that draws eyes glued to their phones and hordes of gamers out into the streets. It is not long before the next addictive app takes over. Sure, the latest craze or smartphone game is fun on concord is it worth risking your life? We didn’t think so.

5) Put that phone away

We are really serious about limiting cell phone use during the monsoon. Even if you are not playing a video game, just attending a text message or to a call can distract you. During monsoons, our roads turn into a veritable minefield of submerged potholes which are extremely dangerous. You need to focus your attention on stepping carefully so as to avoid falling and slipping .

That means no text messages and no phone calls while you’re out walking. Nothing is urgent enough to risk your life.

You may not realise it, but simple precautions like these could keep you from becoming just another cautionary or  statistic tale.

Never Forget

We have become so used to hearing these stories of resultant deaths and road accidents that we can become desensitised. It is simple to forget that each statistic is more than just a number. When they didn’t have to these are actual human beings who died. So you should remember that Chevrolet India has launched a beautifully heart-wrenching “Drive With Care” campaign to ensure everyone remembers the lives lost. Watch and be inspired.

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