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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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Safe Driving at Intersections

Safe Driving at Intersections Intersections are locations where two or more roads meet, cross or converge and traffic moving in different directions all come together. Intersections can be described as one of the most complex traffic situations that motorists, pedestrians, cyclists and other road users encounter almost daily. The crossing…
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Defensive Walking: Pedestrian Safety Tips

The majority of road users, particularly drivers, are familiar with the defensive driving concept. Defensive driving is the practice of anticipating the actions of other drivers on the road. Rather than only focusing on your driving, you also pay attention to the vehicles around you. The same principle applies to defensive…
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The Curse of Congestion in Zimbabwe

Traffic congestion on urban road networks has increased substantially across the world, since the 1950s. Traffic congestion on urban road networks has become increasingly problematic in major cities across the globe. In Zimbabwe, the number of vehicles is now estimated to be at least 1.5 million. There has been an…
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Overloading and Road Safety

Overloading has been recognized to be both a safety concern as well as a cost concern. The Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe (TSCZ) always incorporates a campaign message against overloading in its road safety campaigns. Overloaded vehicles threaten road safety, and fatal crashes have happened because of them. Figure 1…
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The Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe emerged from the Zimbabwe Traffic Safety Board which originated from a voluntary organisation composed of area associations in Harare (then Salisbury), Bulawayo, Gweru (then Gwelo) and Mutare (then Umtali).

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