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Road Safety Tips for Driving During the Rainy Season

As the rainy season approaches, it is important to think about road safety. Driving during the rainy season can be challenging, especially for novice drivers. Heavy rainfall can reduce visibility, create slick roads, and increase the risk of accidents. Safe driving in the rain is crucial to ensuring the safety…
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Tips for Summer Driving Safety

Summer driving has its share of hazards. Driving in hot weather, particularly heatwave conditions, can pose significant challenges and risks to the health and safety of drivers, passengers and other road users. This summer, stay safe as you are hitting the road. Below we share some of the tips to…
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Driver Inattention and Road Safety

As the Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe, we have noted with concern a number of accidents whose primary cause is inattention. Driver inattention poses a considerable threat to road safety, not only for drivers, but also for other road users. According to the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) first quarter Road…
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Statutory Instrument 118 of 2023 and Road Safety

A speed limit is the limit of speed allowed by law for road vehicles. Speed limits are commonly set by the legislative bodies of national or local governments. Speed increases are correlated with both the risk of crashes and the severity of consequences. Higher speeds increase the likelihood of a…
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Children Pedestrian Safety Tips

Roads are not safe places. Children need help to learn how to cross the road safely. As a parent, if you can demonstrate how to do the right thing, it will help children get into good habits. Your good habits of crossing the road safely can become theirs. Children learn…
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Kill Your Speed​

Kill Your Speed The word, “speeding”, means exceeding the posted speed limit and driving too fast for conditions. Unfortunately, many people do not view obeying speed limits as an important way to avoid crashes. Speed limits are the maximum speeds allowed by law. They are not necessarily safe speeds at…
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