Article 445.

Article Published in The Gulf Today UAE on 5 March 16 (My Article 445)
Traffic rules

I was waiting for a taxi in front of my apartment. Suddenly, one person stopped his two-wheeler and asked me where I wanted to go.

I could not recognise the person because he was wearing a helmet. Noting my hesitation, he removed his helmet and I realised it was my friend. He was ready to drop me at my destination, but I realised that he did not have a spare helmet.

In our city, pillion riders too are supposed to wear helmets. He appreciated my spirit and said, “If only all motorists followed rules, the roads would be much safer.” Yes, road rules are meant to be followed, not broken.
K. Ragavan

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