Thursday, 17 January 2019


 There are certain times when there is always a lot of traffic. Although this cannot be avoided by the number of people moving from 8 to 5, the individual's own driving habits can help to minimize congestion in the area.
While other drivers are causing or contributing to the problem, your choices can get things moving from where your car stops. That’s how it is.


1) Easy with brakes

It is not difficult to stop every time you see the red lights of other drivers in traffic. In fact, it is good to pay attention to the cars in front of you and know when
they are braking, slowing down or accelerating.
Braking the brakes often helps to create a traffic collection when drivers guarantee your business. This will slow everyone down in the long run and make congestion worse.
If traffic is stopped, drive slowly enough to stop braking every few seconds so you don't hit the car in front of you

2) Don't step forward

This goes hand in hand with the braking of your brakes. Don't speed up every time you get a little pause, knowing that you need to slam your brakes at 15 meters or less.
You're not just wasting gas and immersing the gas meter in this way, but you are also wasting all the other gases and time when other drivers speed you up, you have to stop suddenly and keep the stopping and traffic alive.
You're not going any faster than anyone else in the traffic, so try to relax and drive slowly enough not to brake or push the gas unless you need it.

3) Give yourself space

Getting your car in advance will not get to your destination faster. In fact, it can slow you down even more.
Give yourself the length of the car between the front end and the next car to give you room to react to other cars. It also allows you to decide whether you need brakes or gas to drive traffic.

4) Avoid goggling

Looky Lou’s is only one of the causes of traffic congestion during traffic accidents, construction or other events on the side of the road. You may be bored and you want to know what is happening with all these ambulances, but the cost of adding to roads already crowded should outweigh any knowledge you might have from viewing.
If you really want to know what the deal is about, call your car’s radio or get the news later. But just don’t be “that guy” slowing down everyone else when you look out the window.

5) Drive another route

Not only do you have Metropia to take you on a less congested route, but you also have knowledge of how to travel for your daily traffic. Except in special cases, you should have an idea of ​​which roads are the busiest at 18:00. And who are less busy.
If you can change your schedule to travel at a less busy time of day, even better. But many of us cannot do this - so use the applications you have at your disposal and your knowledge about the everyday driving situation to help you choose a route that will guide you along the traffic, and not directly into your heart.

6) Choose carpooling or other transport
If you have the opportunity to take an alternative mode of transport during rush hour, such as a bicycle, bus or train, do so! Although that would mean more drivers on the bus or train at that time, you do not have to wait that long if you are on the road while all the other drivers are wriggling home.
Carpooling is another good way to reduce traffic congestion, because at some point fewer cars are on the road. Moreover, having someone to talk to makes sure that the ride seems even shorter.

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