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People are the priority

Congested road with the rising number of vehicles

A society's traffic safety culture indicates the level of traffic safety for its members. While vehicles allow us to move with convenience, they also create such problems as traffic jam, parking, air pollution and auto accidents. In order to curtail these problems, drivers must be fully aware of their responsibilities. A desirable traffic safety culture can be established by drivers who value safetyover speed, and people over cars.

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<TIP> Do not cause inconvenience to others width parking

  • - Park within the parking lines and secure enough inter-vehicle space so that other divers can open doors to their cars without diffi culty.
  • - When you park outside parking lots, make sure you do not block the exit path of other vehicles.
  • - If double parking is unavoidable, leave your number.

Comply with traffic regulations and avoid reckless driving


Consider vulnerable road users as much as possible
It is highly important to consider vulnerable users including the disabled, the elderly and children on the
road while driving.

Eco driving

The eco of "eco driving" comes from "ecology" and "economic." Eco-driving drivers curb the use of fuels to save cost and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and drive at the recommended "economic" speed without sudden starting or stopping of the vehicle to prevent accidents.

  • First, Avoid sudden starting, acceleration and stopping Such sudden actions increase the fuel consumption by at least 20%

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  • Second, keep to economic speed
    If you are driving at 100km/h, you use 20% more fuel than when you drive at 80km/h, economic speed. Driving at a high speed causes more fuels to inject without enough oxygen to burn them, which leads to more fuel consumption and gas emissions.

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  • Three, avoid unnecessary engine idling.
    Engine idling for five minutes consumes fuel thar can otherwise be used for a 1km-ride. Idle emissions are also the cause of air pollution.

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  • Four, Maintain proper tire pressure
    When the pressure is insufficient by 10%, the vehicle consumes 5% to 15% more fuels. Check the air pressure of tires on a regular basis.

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  • Five, Keep your vehicle light
    The weight of your vehicle is directly related to fuel consumption. Driving 50km with unnecessary 10kg-load requires additional 80cc of fuels.

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  • Six, avoid unnecessary braking.
    You can curb braking by yielding and observing traffic regulations.

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