Accidents in our kenyan roads always happen because of the high level of ignorance that many drivers have while driving on the road. Some of the rogue ignorant practices are like overtaking, overlapping, drunk driving, overspeeding and many other practices.
A photo today posted in a renown road safety facebook group known as Sikika has warmed the hearts of many people after it was posted. In the photo, about 10 vehicles are seen arranged in a line in their rightful lane without any vehicle trying to overtake even if the other lane is clear.(Photo| courtesy)(Photo| courtesy)
This is because the road section has a continous yellow line that means that vehicles should not overtake in the section because it is not a safe zone for overtaking. Every driver seemed to be patient with the situation something that has brought a smile to many faces that have seen the photo. This is alleged to be the Gilgil- Nakuru highway
Netizens have reacted saying that they congratulate the drivers for following road rules and regulations and through that we are going to reduce alot of accidents on our roads. Others said that having drivers who follow road instructions is all a country needs inorder to control accidents. Below are some of the reactions:(Photo| courtesy)(Photo| courtesy)(Photo| courtesy)(Source screenshot)
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