TRAFFIC RULES CHALLAN NOTIFICATION 1
TRAFFIC RULES CHALLAN NOTIFICATION 2
DRIVER'S HAND SIGNALS
TURNING TO THE RIGHT
Extend the right arm and hand, with the palm turned to the front, and hold rigid in a horizontal
TURNING TO THE LEFT
Extend the right arm and rotate it from the shoulder in an anticlockwise direction.
LETTING VEHICLE OVER TAKE
Extend the right arm and hand below the level of the shoulder, and move backwards and
STOPPING AT TRAFFIC JUNCTIONS
Extend the right arm bending the elbow at right angles and turning palm to the front.
Extend the right arm with the palm of the hand turned downward, and move the arm slowly up and down.
Keeping the wrist loose.
ELECTRICAL TRAFFIC SIGNALS
- Red means Stop wait behind the Stop Line.
- Amber means Be Ready. You may go if the amber
appears after you have crossed the line or so close to it that to Pull back might cause an accident.
- Green means you may go on if the way is clear.
Take special care if your mean to turn left or right and give way to pedestrians who are crossing.
- Green Arrow means that you may go in the direction
shown by the arrow. You may do this what ever other lights may be showing.
- Flashing Amber Signal means slow down & proceed
- Flashing Red Signal means you must bring your
vehicle to a stop & proceed only it is safe to do so.
ACCIDENT VICTIM ASSISTANCE
Should an accident occur the most important things is to save the life of the individual and prevent
further complications of the injury by proper handling of the victim. In order to ensure quick medical aid
to the accident victim we need to have.
- A healthy attitude of the driver who should not
leave the injured person in the lurch;
- The cooperation and positive attitude of the
public who would come to the aid of the injured in case the driver has escaped from the spot;
- The helping attitude of the medical practitioner
who should not refuse to deal with the case for fear of involvement in a medico-legal case;
- An effective communication system for summoning
- Trained staff in the vans to give first aid and
prevent what is called 'second injury' which may be caused by careless handling of the inured person;
- The helping attitude of the policeman at the
hospital casualty ward who does not make fuss over the formalities by giving precedence to forms and
not the injured person;
- Quick attention by the medical staff who must act
at the earliest and not waste time in formalities;
- The availability of life-saving equipment and
other complementary facilities for diagnosis and treatment;
- The capacity of more hospitals to deal with cases
of accidents so that valuable time is not wasted in taking the injured person from hospital to