Roadways buses are heavy and big vehicles moving on roads. They are both government and private operated. All the states have their own roadways transportation services. When these big vehicles run on roads, they cover wide and long space viz-a-viz smaller vehicles. Although there are multi lanes roads yet traffic jams. Sometimes, these heavy vehicles get involved in accidents due to manual driving mistakes. As a result, the smaller vehicles should know how to deal with roadways buses?
How to Deal with Roadways Buses?
1. Never Chase Roadways Buses
This is one of the main reasons for accidents on roads. Many drivers in craze chase big heavy vehicles and become a victim. Don’t do this.
2. Keep Following-distance 10 to 15 Feet
The normal following-distance of the front vehicle is 10 to 15 feet. It increases as speed increases. It means more speed the more following-distance.
3. Don’t Change Lanes Frequently
Drivers should keep it in mind not to move from one lane to another lane. They should change lanes with the proper process, first showing indicator then move safely.
4. Do not Drive Long in Extreme Right Lane
The extreme right lane is for speeding vehicles to overtake. Countries with right side driving (India) should not drive long in the right lanes. And countries with the left side (United States) should not drive long in the extreme left lane.
5. Avoid Driving Side by Side of Roadways Buses
Small vehicles should not drive parallel or side by side with roadways buses, heavy trucks, and big vehicles. This could be dangerous if suddenly a big vehicle turns left or right. Due to the big size of buses, they can throw away smaller vehicles easily, in case they hit.
6. Give Way and Let Big Vehicles Go
If you see big vehicles are approaching you, give them space and let go away. Always stick to lane rules for smooth plying and to avoid casualties.
Thus, by following the given ways, smaller vehicles can avoid any possible accidents with heavy big vehicles. Besides this, always follow and obey traffic rules and regulations.