Drive at a safe speed
and distance suitable for the condition
* Proceed with due caution, reduce the speed of the vehicle, maintain a safe speed
for road conditions, if changing lanes would be impossible or unsafe.
MOTORISTS have been left bemused as to why a Go Safe speed
van is parked on the A55 - right next to a permanent average speed camera.
The reason I drive at such a careful, considerate and safe speed
is because my 60 years' accident free experience in heavy goods vehicles, buses, coaches, limousines, private hire and Hackney carriages has earned me a clean licence, a low annual insurance premium and the unending admiration of the members of my family and friends who rely on me for occasional lifts to and from their various appointments and social functions.
Here are a few tips that we would like to share with all the drivers out there, so that you stay safe: A*Always drive on the left, Drive at a safe speed
and always observe the speed limit, Always wear your seat belt and ensure that your passengers do the same, Follow other vehicles at a safe distance and Do not use a mobile phone while driving
Claire Armstrong, co-founder of campaign group Safe Speed
, accused forces of conning the public into thinking cameras are there for road safety.
"This may result in a safe speed
being considerably below the posted limit."
Motorists should keep a safe speed
while driving and fasten their seat belts and be alert to anything that could happened on the road and contact the police operations emergency room immediately in case of any issues.
Also, keep to a safe speed
as there may be delays at the junction that require you to slow down.
But Claire Armstrong, from Safe Speed
, which campaigns against the use of speed cameras, said they could cause accidents.
But deny failing to travel at a safe speed
and failing to keep a proper lookout.