Vial education

Driver education is defined as a series of measures and recommendations that every individual should know when traveling on public roads, whether as a driver of any type of vehicle (car, motorcycle, bicycle) or as a pedestrian. Driver education is an important part of citizen training, since it fosters a culture of respect for one’s own life and that of other people.

The purpose of road safety education is to guide individuals, through traffic regulations and signs, so that accidents can be reduced and public spaces can be enjoyed with greater safety. Promote respect for traffic signs, exercising a citizen commitment to road education. Know how to use the roads correctly and behave appropriately as a driver, passenger or pedestrian.

This type of education receives the support of government entities, being one of the requirements before granting driver’s licenses. Road education includes many aspects related to driving, ranging from proper knowledge about signs, through the different elements that guarantee personal protection and that of others, to the various aspects that in legal matters, must be taken in consideration against so-called infractions.

One of the main rules that a driver must keep in mind is the use of a seat belt, which in the event of any impact prevents the person from being ejected from the car. In the case of motorcyclists, the main rule is the use of a helmet, in addition to not carrying more than one person, since the motorcycle has been designed to transport one (maximum two) people.

As for traffic signals, every driver and pedestrian must know how to identify the different signals, such as traffic lights and those that indicate whether or not you can park in certain places.

It is important that this type of education is developed from within the family and is strengthened in schools, in this way good citizens will be formed, who comply with and respect the rules established for proper movement on the roads.