Crucial Times of Driving
There are some timing In which you find much traffic at the places like school, the finishing time of cinemas, morning offices times, near strike places, near checking post, or when there is a funeral of any famous personality etc.
Even though being safe and responsible for yourself and your passengers is the number one task for any driver. Even if you are 100% sure that you are the best and safest driver on the whole planet don’t forget about other drivers whose behind-the-wheel style can lead to collisions. Unfortunately we can’t control others and their irresponsible behavior but if you know the most dangerous times for driving you can coordinate your own schedule to avoid danger.
One of the most dangerous times of the day on the road is the two hours from 5 pm to 7 pm. During the evening rush hour the roads are congested. The Day commuters who are tired after working and wish to get home as soon as possible make the road a dangerous place. Likely however going by the highest percentage of fatalities per total amount of people on the road the deadliest hours are from midnight to 4 am.
On Saturdays! Just Beware of Saturdays! According to sources the average number of traffic fatalities on the first day of the weekend is 158 people. This is nearly twice the number of fatalities that occur on an average weekday.
Our NHTSA reports that August is the most menacing month of the year for drivers closely followed by September and June. A strict warning for juvenile drivers who should be aware of the whole summer season the period from Memorial Day to Labor Day is called “100 Deadliest Days” for teens not without a reason. May be Having fun during your long summer vacation is of course is a primary task but don’t ever forget about the driving safety rules that you’ve learned in drivers education.
On the date of Fourth of July you should leave your car in a garage or keep your wits about you if you have to get behind the wheel. The Independence Day has continued to be one of the most dangerous driving days for decades. Fourth of July brings catastrophic consequences for a lot of road users. As per to IIHS data more the 900 people die in Fourth of July car collisions every year.