Safety First


Toyota Road Safety Programme is a joint effort by UMW Toyota Motor, Ministry of Educatian, Ministry of Transport and the Road Safety Council with tha objective to build a future generation of responsible and safety-conscius driver and road user.

TIPS :


TRAFFIC WARDEN

* Always follow instructions of your school traffic warden when crossing the road to and from school.

CROSSING WITH AN ADULT.

* Children aged 10 year and below must be accompanied by an adult when crossing the road.

ZEBRA CROSSING.

* Drivers must give way to pedestrians when they approach to zebra crossing or signalized pedestrian crossing.

PEDESTRIAN PATHLANE.

* Always use pedestrian path and lanes. Never walk on the road as it is very dangerous.

FRONT AND REAR SEAT BELTS.

* Use front and rear seat belts, as it will save from being thrown out of your vwhicle in a road crash.

CHILD SAFETY HELMET.

* Primary school children should wear SIRIM approved child safety helmet when riding pillion on a motrocycle.

CYCLING TO SCHOOL.

* Use bicycle helmets and protective gear with conspicuous clothing when cycling to and from school.

SPEED KILLS.

* An incremental speed of 5km/h will increase the saverity of road crash by 30%.

STOP ON RED.

* Slow down when the traffic light turns to amber, stop behind the white line when the light is red.

WALK SAFELY.

* Always walk againts the flow of vehicular traffic, so that you can see approaching vehicles.

DISIGNATED CROSSING.

* Overhead and eleveret crossing are built for pedestrians to cross safely. Look for it and use it when crossing the road.

SAFE CROSSING.

* Do not jump over the crash barriers or security fencing to cross roads as it is hazardous and dangerous.

Source : Toyota Road Safety Programme incolaboration with the Ministry of Education and Road Safety Council Malaysia.

One Response to “Safety First”

  1. Population of Motorcycle in Shout-East Asea Nations are high proportion and complicated problem, including traffic engineering, traffic education and law enforcement. For exlample, Indonesia have about 45.000.000 motorcycles and that is a problem in the traffic safety.

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