Drive Safely

Drive Safely

an expression used to advise a departing person to be careful while driving. Mary: Good-bye, Sally. Drive safely. Sally: Good-bye. I will. "Drive safely!" everyone shouted as we left on our trip.
See also: drive
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This will help them to retain the independence that a car gives them whilst also ensuring they continue to drive safely.
com and I Drive Safely -- is giving away more than 2,000 hours of online driver training for teens.
Five children have been knocked down on Beechley Drive, Fairwater, and one taken to hospital in the past 12 months, but there is still no school crossing patrol and parents are ignoring pleas to drive safely.
Over half of drivers in the North-East have admitted to feeling too tired to drive safely and 40% admitting to being close to falling asleep at the wheel, according to Redshift.
This is good news for motorists as well as the traffic police who have been relentlessly impressing upon people the need to drive safely.
Driving too close to a vehicle or over speeding can cause crash Haq said that he had already started advising people visiting his jewellery shop in Seeb or others he meets, to drive safely on road.
The arrogant driver needs a lesson to drive safely - not only for themselves, but also for the safety of pedestrians and other drivers.
The officer who pulled him over in Hingham issued a verbal warning and urged him to drive safely.
Enforcement vehicles will be monitoring the roads close to Alford on the day, to ensure motorists drive safely.
MANY parents don't believe that the current driving test is properly preparing their children to drive safely on the roads.
Progressive introduced Snapshot to give drivers a way to save more by showing they drive safely.
So we are advising people, as always, to take extra precautions as they head to Christmas and ensure they drive safely.
Many forget it remains in the system the day after and can still affect your ability to drive safely.
Statistics like these are why the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) sponsors Drive Safely Work Week each year during the first week of October.
To address this, the RSA launched a major road safety awareness campaign to inform drivers on how to drive safely and on correct use of roundabouts.