Many kenyans drivers are known to be rogue and arrogant and this is why we experience accidents in most parts of the country. Some of the rogue practices are like overspeeding, careless overtaking, overlapping, drunk driving and many other known reasons.
A photo has been posted in a renown facebook group known as Sikika road safety and the photo has warmed the hearts of many kenyans. In the photo, a fleet of vehicles on Garissa road are seen peaceful on their righful lane without any vehicle attempting to overtake even if the other lane was clear.(Photo| courtesy)
This is because every driver respected the continous yellow line separating the road which always shows that it is not a safe zone to overtake. This is one of the moves that will always ensure that road accidents have reduced by a high percentage.
Netizens praised the drivers in the area saying that if all kenyan drivers will stick to following road rules and regulations, then we will reduce road accidents fully. Others congratulated them saying that patience will always pay because there will be no complicated jams in such roads. Below are some of the reactions:(Photo| courtesy)(Photo| courtesy)(Photo| courtesy)(Source screenshot)
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