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SAD!!! Heartbreaking| Taxi Driver Burnt To Death After This Happened

There was a collusion on the N2 in the Nseleni area, Richards Bay ( KZN ) on Tuesday. The Taxi had ten occupants including the driver, only the passangers survived with minor injuries and the taxi driver lost his life. Supposedly, there was a Bakkie which was trying to take over and the taxi driver lost control in attempt to avoid the Bakkie. The taxi bumped into a mini bus leading to the tragic accident, the Taxi caught fire and the taxi driver was trapped inside.

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There’s no way to entirely avoid the risk of being in a car crash (short of never getting in a car), but there are many things that can be done to help minimize the risk. Simply by applying a few collision-avoiding strategies, you can greatly lower the chance of having a serious injury while driving your car. It is so sad that even if you are a responsible driver you could get involved in a serious accident due to the reckless one. The traffic officers should always be on routes which are used more regularly and by many people. High speed and overtaking should be considered a crime, because it often leads to accidents.

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•Keep your distance – Drive far enough behind the car in front of you so you can stop safely. This is especially true in inclement weather. Stay at least three seconds behind the vehicle ahead of you, and longer if you’re in a heavier vehicle.

•Extend the timing when weather conditions are bad.

•Drive strategically – Avoid situations that could force you to suddenly use your brakes. If a driver is following you too closely or isn’t paying attention, you might be rear-ended.

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•Don’t get distracted – Never take your eyes off the road to eat, read a text message or find your phone. If the driver ahead of you stops suddenly, it only takes a second or less of not paying attention to rear-end their vehicle.

•Don’t drive when drowsy or under the influence – You’re more likely to make driving errors when you’re sleepy or impaired by drugs or alcohol.

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