Wherever we go we use means of transportation that is operated by persons like us; or we even drive our own cars. There are safety precautions that must be followed. Some of us are very obedient while others ignore those precautions. Every now and then as we pass by on different streets in our country, there are billboards reminding us to drive safely. Do those affect you?
Accidents in life occur without you realizing it. Fortuitous events happen now and then. In order to avoid this you must be prepared and alert all the time. You must observe all the necessary rules and regulations in driving. This is not only for your own good but also for the people accompanying you. It is better to keep safe all the time than doing nothing at all.
"Driving well is about you and your vehicle functioning safely on the road as conditions change. It requires you to exercise judgement, skill and common courtesy. You may have to work at it. You may have to get help and instruction. But the benefits that come from safe driving are simply priceless: freedom, improved safety and independence. How do you top that?" (from: Safety Precautions for Drivers Age 50 and Older By Philip LePore )



December 3, 2007 at 5:04 AM

Hi there !

Sorry if my English is very bad, i can’t speak to much. Thank you for your discussion, And thanks also for your link to my blog.


December 3, 2007 at 8:23 AM

that's okay...as you can see I used the template in your blog, lol.

Happy blogging!


December 9, 2007 at 12:13 AM

i couldn't agree more with what you've written. some people think that they're king or queen of the road or something while driving and can be very inconsiderate! wish people could be more patient and do not drive so crazily!


December 13, 2007 at 4:18 AM

thanks for dropping by mekurukito...

I hope everything is doing fine now for you...