Here at Motokiki we want to ensure that all drivers are safe on our roads. We have compiled together a guide to help with keeping you safe on the roads no matter what the circumstance.
Biggest driving distractions
These days it’s too easy to get distracted on the roads. It’s important to concentrate to avoid danger and to keep us and others safe.
A recent survey carried out by HPI, shows that 15% of drivers admit they watch videos on their mobile phones while 8% of 18-34 year olds brush their teeth whilst on their morning commute!
Driving with epilepsy
There are around 600,000 people in the UK who have epilepsy. If you do, then you need to inform the DVLA about your medical condition or end up with a £1,000 fine and the possibility of being prosecuted.
Police are cracking down drivers with defective eyesight. If the police stop you, and you are unable to read a number plate from a distance of 20 meters then you could have your driving licence revoked.
The purpose of the scheme is to help improve safety on the road and remove any ‘dangerous drivers’.
RSA (an insurance firm) carried out a study in 2012 which estimated a shocking 2,874 casualties were caused in a year due to poor vision.
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Top tips for dog safety
Driving with our pooches can sometimes be a daily occurrence. It’s important to make sure that not only are your pets safe when travelling but to ensure that you and the drivers around you are safe too.
Pets can get over excited and anxious when travelling so it’s important to ensure precautions are put in place to avoid any dangers.
You can check out our top 5 tips to keeping your dog safe when driving