RCRTS: Do not use your mobile phone while driving!


Modern living cannot be imagined without the use of a mobile phone. But against the advantages and functionality, its use while you are involved in road traffic can cause unwanted situations.

Using a cell phone while driving is primarily a distraction (talking on the phone is a distraction, while texting on the phone is doubly dangerous because not only is it a distraction, but the driver is not looking at the road and traffic at all) in which it is included).

The Republic Council on Road Traffic Safety (RCRTS) urges: Do not use your mobile phone while driving! Every call can wait. Show concern for your safety and the safety of other road users.


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