Safety comes first. It does not matter whether you are sitting on your couch in your living room or are
out there driving along a deserted darkened street, whether you are an 80 year old, a college student of 19 or an executive in their thirties, and it surely does not matter whether you a guy or a girl; staying
safe is just as important for you as it is for the next person.
It's just that when you are out in the open, alone, with no one to help you out but yourself, the risk increases manifold and your alertness, awareness and quick thinking are your only defences. So, here we bring our readers, men and women alike, who travel by their personal conveyance a very basic yet very important set of precautionary measures that can go a long way in protecting them from the many dangers lurking out there.
1. Keep your Car Healthy
Keeping the car in a good and running condition should be the first priority of every driver. The last
thing that you want is to be stranded in the middle of a dark and secluded corner of the city just because your car has broken down due to lack of a proper service routine. A full-fledged service session is required after every 5,000-7,000 km to avoid any unexpected break-downs.