Testimonios

John White
About the use of mobile phone while driving: are there statistics to show what the crash risk is if someone is just holding a conversation with someone in the passenger seat? Is using a hand's free device any more risk than holding a conversation, especially where the driver may instinctively turn towards the other party? We certainly would not ban holding a conversation, or should we? I hope these topics will encourage further discussions.
Edward Handley
There is actually a huge difference between using a mobile phone and talking to a passenger and this was clearly shown by research done by TRL (Transport Research Laboratory UK) in 2007 which showed that the use of any mobile, including hands free, resulted in a serious degree of distraction far greater than talking to a passenger. The message is clear - using any mobile is best avoided. If you really must take a call on hands free, make it very short: "I'm driving, I'll call you back when I stop". End of call!
Jonathan Bates
Our fleet customers are equipped with timely information and key reporting and analytics tools that reveal how each driver is performing. This enables them to implement highly effective and targeted driver training programmes, which in turn result in efficient corrective action, improved driver behaviour and reduced motor accidents. Fleet drivers, across numerous industries, develop safer driving habits. We provide an in-cab driving aid or ‘mentor’ that delivers key, real-time audio and visual alerts for drivers to notify them when they over-rev, brake or accelerate too harshly, or exceed the speed limit. We have also teamed-up with Mobileye, a world-class, vision-based system that provides pedestrian collision warnings, lane departure warnings, forward collision warnings and headway monitoring.
Mersch Jeannot
Beside children we often consider also older road users and those with a handicap as the most vulnerable as they cannot deal with many complicated trafffic situations.
Michael Njonge
With the changing infrastructure in Nairobi, the traditional rules of engagement taught to us as children when encountering vehicular traffic are becoming less and less applicable. Those who teach Road Safety to children have to constantly monitor what is happening around and keep the material relevant.
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