What are road hazards?

Hazards refers to any temporary structures, road construction materials, scrap materials, even trees and bushes that may cause an accident to vehicles.

Drivers must take appropriate precautions with driving conditions that are hazardous like:

Fixed Hazards - permanent conditions and situations along the roadway which includes restricted vision areas such as curves, hills and hidden driveways, intersections and merging roadways.

Dynamic Hazards - hazards change through the day, School children and other pedestrians, Left turning vehicles and Emergency Vehicles.

Drivers have the duty to maintain control of their vehicle by being alert, paying attention and being able to stop quickly.
Check all brakes and lights if functioning properly. Avoid distractions while driving.
Texting, receiving calls and use of gadgets are prohibited by law while driving.