Sickness and medications can affect your driving
- Your focus on the road can be severely reduced by pain or strong emotional situations.
- If you are taking medication and are unsure about its effects, consult your doctor or pharmacist before driving.
Don’t drive under the influence of alcohol
- Do not consume any alcohol before you drive and be aware of the legal limits.
- Designate a driver or hire a taxi if you have consumed alcohol.
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General advice in emergency situations
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- Remain calm and do not panic; it will help you make rational, calm decisions.
- Try to brake in a straight line if possible.
- If you are driving at a high speed when the emergency occurs, try to avoid sudden steering since it may result in accidents that can otherwise be avoided.
- You can steer far more effectively at slower speeds. Slow down as much as possible to reduce the impact of a potential collision.
- Your main priority is to save lives. If an accident is unavoidable, take priority actions that ensure the safety of human life first.
- Turn on your hazard lights as soon as possible.
- Make sure you have emergency numbers and insurance numbers on hand at all times.