Road Accidents caused by human error
Evaluate the effectiveness of a law legislation that has been enforced to reduce road accidents caused by human error. Every day in our society it is said that according to statistics 90% of road accidents are caused by human error through the use of speeding, phones and alcohol. There have been a number of laws and legislation that has been emplaced to decrease the number of accidents caused by human error which include No phones are being used while driving, Going past the intended speed limit and if under the influence of alcohol and are over the limit of the BAC. We all know that it’s against the law to exceed the speed limit on our roads. Speeding is a common example of human error; many otherwise law abiding people break that law daily. When speeding people will eventually meet a police officer or the grave or someone else to a grave. Speeding increases the stopping distance required to avoid a collision even as it reduces the amount of time a driver needs to avoid a collision called the 3 second rule. For example when people are running late to work they tend to speed and are not as aware about the certain limit their meant to be driving, they speed and they don’t tend to give way especially to trucks and buses which causes a huge amount of collisions between the vehicles and when they want to brake it would be less likely you will be able too, just in time before an accident can be occur. When you make a speeding offence, punishments are always required, punishments like losing your licences, speeding tickets/fines and demerit points are taken off. To decrease the number of speeding accidents, people need to take their time and control there road rage and look out for signs that shows what speed you should be driving. Imagine that one bad decision you made that took away an innocent persons life, how would you feel? Drink driving is another example of human error and many people are making the same stupid mistakes....
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