10 Lines on Road Safety

Urbanization around the globe has given rise to the traffic mess in metro cities. Millions of people- pedestrians, riders, and vehicle passengers are getting killed and injured every year due to road accidents. Road safety prevents road crashes and also secures the individual life from death and injury. Road safety refers to various traffic rules and guidelines that we need to follow while we are using the road. Road safety has become a global concern for many countries and they are planning and implementing various methods to deal with the issue of accidents and crashes.

Ten Lines on Road Safety

Set 1

1) Road safety refers to the rules and measures which prevent us from the accident on road.

2) Road safety provides the guideline so that people won’t make mistakes while using the road.

3) Every individual, especially children should be aware of road safety traffic rules.

4) Some of the basic road safety measures are following road signals, sticking to the speed limit, wearing a safety belt and being alert while using the road.

5) Road safety makes pedestrians, cyclists, motorists and vehicle passengers safe while using the road.

6) The negligence of road safety rules results in 45% of pedestrian deaths in road accidents in India.

7) Road safety awareness among the common public is being created through seminars and workshops.

8) Road safety lessons should be added to the syllabus to educate students in schools.

9) The basic traffic rule for children is to stop, look, listen, think and then cross the road using the zebra crossing.

10) Parents should teach their children about road safety tips so that children can take care of themselves while using the road.


Set 2

1) As a responsible citizen, we should obey the traffic rules, understand and follow signs and signals to avoid road disasters.

2) Being alert, patient and paying respect to other commuter’s rights on the roads are some of the road safety tips to follow while using the road.

3) Road safety can also be improved by improving the design and structure of roads and vehicles.

4) The road safety is being improved with technological innovation like smart traffic control which reduces the chances of human error.

5) Traffic light signals and signs play a huge role in preventing major accidents as they are the important symbols of road safety.

6) The various types of signs which are used as road safety methods include warning signs, information signs, direction or indication sign, etc.

7) Apart from traffic light signals, traffic police and officers also help in improving road safety by giving direction to the public.

8) Many countries around the globe are using pictorial signs based on global protocols for road safety.

9) Many organizations like the World Bank, IFRC (International Federation Of Red Cross) have formed a partnership to unite civil agencies and private sectors for resolving road safety crises in developing nations.

10) In India, many policies and laws like Motor Vehicle Bill 2016 have been implemented for vehicle regulation and road safety.


Set 3

1) We should always follow the traffic signals on the road where “Red” means “Stop” “Yellow” means “Get Ready” and “Green” means “Go”.

2) We should always wear safety belt while driving on the road because not wearing seat can put us in the risk of road accidents.

3) While driving we must keep our phone away from us; in case of emergency we should use Bluetooth device or pick our phone after parking the car.

4) We should always try to maintain the speed limits as increased speed of vehicle is sole reason of accidents.

5) Before driving, we should always clean our side and rear-view mirrors as these mirrors give a clear view about other vehicles on the road.

6) Don’t drink and drive on the road as drunken driving may put your life at risk.

7) If you have to drive during night then take proper sleep before driving as lack of sleep will put your life in danger.

8) Always switch on your car’s headlights at night as well as during day while changing direction on road.

9) If possible, try to adopt carpool method, a way where people share a car to commute which reduces traffic and pollution.

10) Always use pedestrian crossing while crossing the road and all the drivers must lower their speed if someone is crossing the road.


As per the survey of the World Health Organization almost 1.1 million people are killed in road accidents every year. The death rates are higher in developing nations like India. The government has launched many media campaigns for creating awareness among citizens and also have amended the motor vehicle bill for road safety.

As a responsible citizen, it’s our duty to follow the traffic rules and regulations properly, in order to avoid accidents or crashes while traveling on road.