Month: July 2018

5 Speed Management Practices to Reduce Road Accidents in Keny

5 Speed Management Practices to Reduce Road Accidents in Keny

Kenya remains one of the top African countries noted for road accidents. The alarming rate of road accidents has taken the lives of many well-to-do individuals who could have contributed immensely toward the GDP of the country. Many properties have also been lost because of road accidents.

According to World Health Organization, speed contributes to 1-3 in road traffic fatalities worldwide.  A report by WHO also indicates that an estimated 50% cause of road accidents in low-income and middle-income countries can be traced to speeding while 30% of road accident death in high income countries.

To reduce the alarming rate of road accidents, it is necessary to control and manage speed. By controlling and managing speed, road accidents can be death with automatically, since it has a repel effect.

It is however amazing that it is only 47 countries of the world follow good practice on one of the main speed management measures, namely implementing an urban speed limit of 50 km/h or less and allowing local authorities to reduce these limits further on roads around schools, residences and businesses.

To reduce the alarming rate of road accidents, it is very important for all road users to understand and apply speed management policies as well as quality speed governors in Kenya to control road accidents crashes. Quality speed governors, speed management policies and the enforcement of these policies is the key to controlling and reduce the alarming road accidents in Kenya.

Well, the following are key speed management policies all road users should use to prevent and avoid road accidents.

  1. Building and modifying roads to calm road traffic

To control over speeding, it is very important to get the roads right. The road about, T-junctions and all other must be remolded to make it easy for drivers to drive safely on it. Speed bumps must also be set up in accident prone areas to avoid road accidents.

  1. Establishing speed limits for appropriate areas

Speed limits are crucial to avoiding road accidents. The more drivers drive with excess speed the more they expose themselves to road accidents. Drivers must be sensitized on managing and controlling their speed limit.

  1. Installing quality speed governors into vehicles

Quality speed governors must be installed in both commercial and private vehicles in order to control speed limit. Quality speed governors helps to restrict vehicles from breaking their sped boundaries and thereby prevent over speeding.

  1. Raising speed management awareness

Awareness is king. The more people are aware of the dangers of over speeding, the more they will be cautious about speeding. That means road accidents can be reduced drastically. The print and electronic media must be leveraged to build more awareness.

  1. Enforcing Road Safety Regulations

Road authorizes must also enforce all safety laws and regulations without any bribery so that it will enhance speed control.

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Your Car Won’t Start? Try Cleaning the Battery Terminals

Your Car Won’t Start? Try Cleaning the Battery Terminals

Getting your car to start at times and realizing that the car won’t start is very frustrating. You may even try all that you can to no avail. Well, this may make you nervous and a lot tense. But may be the problem could be the corrosion of the battery terminals. Consider checking on the battery terminals!

Battery terminal corrosion is one the things that can happen to your car batteries without your notice if you don’t send your car for regular maintenance. The corrosions that builds up on the battery terminals prevents the movement of power from the battery to the rest of the car. This causes the car not to start.

The way out is to cleaning the battery terminals. By cleaning the battery terminals, you can be rid of corrosions that are preventing the free flow of connections between the battery and the engine system. Before you consider changing your battery, you can just consider cleaning the battery terminals.

When you clean the battery terminal, you will be able to get rid of lot of grime and buildup around the terminals (the parts where those big cables connect to your battery) then you will be able to identify the cause of the problems. Once you have clean the battery and gotten rid of corrosions that are preventing the cables from connecting to the power source, trying starting the car again.

If the car was able to start, then it means the problems was due to the corroded battery terminals. After cleaning the battery terminals and still having challenges, you should simply pick your phone book and dial your auto-mechanics number. Ensure that you have first of all done your homework before calling the mechanic to help. In that way, your mechanic can help you to rectify the problem of your car not starting.

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Top 3 Things for Pedestrians to Avoid Road Accidents with Trucks

Top 3 Things for Pedestrians to Avoid Road Accidents with Trucks

Many road accidents in Kenya have been as result of a heavy truck running into a smaller trucks. To avoid the menace of road accidents in Kenya involving trucks, it is very important for pedestrians to be conscious of trucks on the road and know how to navigate themselves in order to avoid fatal road accidents.

So all pedestrians must be on the lookout of trucks and be careful on the road when dealing with them. The demands of many organizations, institutions and industries will always increase the movement of trucks on the roads. So we cannot control the movement of trucks on the road to avoid road accidents in Kenya. But the area of focus should be taking extra care around trucks.

Well, the following are few safety tips for pedestrians to be careful around trucks.

  1. Always Remember that Trucks Can’t Always See You

To be careful around trucks, you need to always remember that trucks don’t always see you. And this the very reason you should not expect the truck to give you way, but rather give the truck way as you pass along the road.

Trucks are heavy vehicle and drivers look closely to the road, not seeing everything around them. This is the more reason you need to understand that truck drivers will not always see you so that you can always take precautionary steps.

  1. Always Cross at Designated Pedestrian Crossing Areas

You should not try to run pass a truck on the highway. That will be a recipe for disaster.

Rather, you should always focus on crossing the road at designated pedestrian crossing units. This will enhance your safety. Truck drivers understand that they need to control their speed and allow pedestrians to cross at the zebra crossing units, so they take the safety concerns of pedestrians well so that they can be able to avid crashing in pedestrians while crossing at pedestrian crossings.

  1. Always Look Careful Before Crossing at Non-Pedestrian Crossings

You may not always have the chance to cross at pedestrian crossings.

But even if you are crossing at other areas, you should always ensure that your take precaution by looking left, right then forward before crossing. You should also avoid putting your headset and phones on when you are crossing the road, especially when a moving truck is approaching.

Following these simple tips should help you keep safe with trucks and avoid road accidents in Kenya.

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Top 3 Things All Road Users Must Know About Trucks to Avoid Accidents

Top 3 Things All Road Users Must Know About Trucks to Avoid Accidents

As long as we continue using the road, we have to be safety conscious. Being careful and aware of other road users, trucks and vehicles will help us to maintain a balance posture on the road as well as ensure road safety. Road safety in Kenya is very serious concern. That means all road users must take pragmatic steps for road safety in Kenya.

One of the challenges of driving or moving along the road is concerns raised by road users about trucks. Trucks are heavy vehicles which do not have the agility and the flexibility of other small cars. They move slowly on the road and are also hard to stop on the road.

In most cases of accidents, you would realize that a heavy duty truck has run into and crashed a small vehicle. That happens as a result of miscommunication between the small car and the truck. Here are the few things to know about trucks in order to ensure road safety in Kenya:

  1. Trucks have larger blind spots than the average car.

It is quite easier for smaller cars to be able to see you on the road and take the relevant action to avoid any kind of road accidents. But trucks are not like that. Truck drivers may not be able to see you. So instead of thinking that the truck driver will see you and give you way, you must rather back off., if you don’t you will suffer the consequences as the truck bumps on you.

  1. Trucks do not stop quickly as compared to the average car

Another thing you have to know about trucks in order to ensure road safety in Kenya is to keep concern about the time it takes a truck to stop as compared to the average car. This is the reason smaller cars either in front or at the back of moving truck, must be careful driving pass the truck.

You should not expect the truck to stop quickly to avoid a sudden occurrence on the road, it takes more time for a truck to stop as compared to a smaller car. For example, an unloaded double truck travelling at only 40 km/h can take about 35 meters to stop, but a car travelling at the same speed may take only 27 meters to stop.

  1. Always be on the lookout for trucks to avoid road accidents

The key to avoiding road accidents related to trucks is to be on the lookout for them. Don’t expect the truck to give way for you. You should rather be proactive and give the truck the requisite pass so that you can avoid any kind of road accidents involving trucks, Remember that truck drivers may not be able to see you

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Shocking: People Within 17 to 19 Years Are Mostly Involved in Speeding Crashes

Shocking: People Within 17 to 19 Years Are Mostly Involved in Speeding Crashes

Speeding kills!

It leads many people to sudden graves, causes others to lose their job, become disabled people which drastically affect their social as well as economic life. The fact is that it is expensive controlling speeding crashes than preventing them. And this is the reason all road users must take caution and be careful with speeding.

According to a statement by Transport for NWS Government, 145 people died on their road as result of speeding, either from travelling above the speed limit or driving too fast for the current conditions. The report also revealed that people within the ages of 17 to 49 are the people were frequently involved in the road accidents. This calls for concern and attention.

The future of every nation, including every Kenya depends on people within the age range of 17 to 49. If we lose the lives of many people who could be helpful to the growth of the nation through road accidents, what is the future hope?

Most people within the age of 17 to 49 oftentimes do not take road safety matters seriously. It will not be surprising to find many private and commercial vehicles without quality speed governors in Kenya to help control, monitor and limit speed ranges.

No matter the naysayers say, quality speed governors in Kenya have continuously been helping to reduce road accidents. This is obviously the reason why the authorities enforce the installation of quality speed governors in Kenya vehicles.

Most people within the age range of 17 to 49 simply over speed with flimsy excuses of getting to work on time, meeting up with appointments and many others. Well, the appointments and your safety which one comes first? Your safety always comes first and this is the reason to always take care when you are speeding!

To control and monitor your speed:

  • Install quality speed governors
  • Always plan your journeys so that you will not give in to overspeeding
  • Resist the urge to speed when you see another driver doing so.
  • Always think of your safety first.
  • Avoid all kinds of distractions when driving.

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4 Easy Steps to Charge Your GPS Tracking Device Battery

4 Easy Steps to Charge Your GPS Tracking Device Battery

GPS tracking devices have become very important in corporations, companies, small businesses, fleet management companies, car rental firms and commercial vehicles. The rampant issues of car and vehicle theft has even made it mandatory for many organizations to get their own GPS tracking device in Kenya. GPS tracking device helps to protect vehicles from intruders, monitor and control its usage.

A critical component of the GPS tracking device is the battery.  The GPS tracking battery needs to be always powered in order to function and power the entire GPS tracking unit. This is the reason you have to take good care of your GPS tracking battery. You need to always charge the battery before using it.

It should take you a minimum of two hours of less to have the GPS tracking system full charged. High charging time means you aren’t using the right charger for the Eureka Live Charging. It could also be that there was a little discrepancies from your third-party providers.

So you want to charge your GPS tracking device battery but you don’t know how to go about it. Well, below is a simple method to recharge your battery.

  • Attach the A/C adapter head to the A/C adapter.
  • Connect the USB cable to the A/C adapter.
  • Attach the charging clamp to the device by carefully aligning the 4 golden charging pins.
  • The LED on the Tractive GPS Tracker will turn red while the device is charging.
  • Once the device is fully charged, the red light will disappear (approximate charging time = 2 hours).

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Avoid Crashes: 3 Reasons You Should Slow Down Your Speed

Avoid Crashes: 3 Reasons You Should Slow Down Your Speed

As long as you have a car, you need to be speed conscious. Speed consciousness is crucial in ensuring that you keep to driving in the accepted speed limit as well as protecting yourself from road traffic crashes. While you may simply want to speed up to get to your destination, it always important to slow down.

Eureka Speed governors help you to control, monitor and manage your speed limit. The speed governors can simply control your speed range so that you can simply focus on driving your car. In either way, always make sure you slow down your speed.

Sometimes you may just be speeding up and not think that that “Just a bit over” can make a difference between being able to stop in time and preventing painful road traffic crashes. But speed always matters and that is why you need to slow down.

Always remember that your speed always determines the outcomes.  Each year, many people die on Kenyan roads as a result of speeding, either travelling above the speed limit or moving too fast for the conditions at hand. And this is why it always important to slow down your speed. If you don’t want to get it done manually, our Eureka Speed governors can help you to control the speed!

Well, here are the three reasons to slow down on the road:

  • Your Choice of Speed Can Affect other Road Users

You should always remember that there are other people using the road. So even though you own the car, you do not necessarily own the road on which you are driving. There are drivers, motorcyclist, bicyclists and pedestrians using the road. The reason you have to reduce your speed is that it is often very difficult to know what it is ahead of you, and varying upward swing in your speed can cause road traffic crashes.

  • Slow Down to Reduce the Severity of Crashes

An upward swing in your speed will mean that the time taken to slow down will also increase. The general speed rule is that the higher your speed, the longer it takes for you to stop the car. This increases the tendency of road accidents and increases the severity of road traffic crashes.

  • There’s Less Opportunity to React

One of the problems with speeding is the reduction in your ability to respond and react when the inevitable happens. This is the reason you should slow down when driving. The higher your speed, the more difficult you will find it when trying to react to sudden road surges.

A good way to monitor and control your speed is to install good speed governors such our Eureka Speed Governors.

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7 Ways To Spot That You Are Driving While Tired

7 Ways To Spot That You Are Driving While Tired

Driving is a serious mental activity. It involves the concentration, dedication and cooperative efforts of the brain, the hands and the legs and other parts of the body. In order to ensure safety on the road while driving, it is very important for road users to understand the dangers associated with driving while tiered.

Driving while tired as dangerous as driving while intoxicated with alcohol or drugs. When are driving tired, you predisposes yourself to high levels of fatigue and accidents. You plunge yourself into situations that can led to road accidents. Drowsiness is a very serious condition. When you are driving while drowsy, you are actually increasing your chances of having road accidents.

It is therefore prudent to always study, analyze and be able to discern when you are driving while tired. Well, the following re the signs you should observe to alert you are driving while tired:

  1. Trouble remembering the last few miles driven; missing exits or traffic sign
  2. Yawning repeatedly or rubbing your eyes: excessive yawning while sitting on the driving seat should tell you that you need a little rest.
  3. Trouble keeping your head up: Losing concentration on the road as a result of drowsiness.
  4. Drifting from your lane, tailgating, or hitting a shoulder rumble strip: When you realize that you are tailgating and slowly drifting from your lane, then you need to just check you drowsiness.
  5. Feeling restless and irritable: You sense discomfort in your body and a wrangling to get sleep and relax the body. Restlessness and fatigue should make your understand that you simply need a little nap. You have to park the car, take a nap then continue.
  6. Difficulty focusing, frequent blinking, or heavy eyelids: you notice that you ae loosing concentration little by little. When you begin to realize this problem, you should either stop to rest or get a second driver to take over so that you can take a nap.
  7. Daydreaming; wandering/disconnected thoughts: you begin to see some few pictures as you drive which also takes your attention away from driving. Suddenly, you notice that you are seeing different things apart from the road and getting your attention off the road.

The key is to understand that driving while tired is very dangerous. Always find ways and means to ensure you have enough rest before stepping on the driving seat.

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5 Ways to Avoid Driving While Drowsy

5 Ways to Avoid Driving While Drowsy

Driving while drowsy is one the causes of road accidents. Many people as result the driving wither feeling drowsy or just fell asleep while driving. Driving is very serious activity. If fail to observe the safety regulations and remarks, you will just be buying your own ticket to fatal injuries and death. One of the areas of great concern is driving while drowsy.

If you’re tired don’t drive. If you drive tired, drowsy you veer off the road by tailgating and getting out if the lane. This can lead to fatal road accidents. So you must always be on your guard and keep yourself from driving while drowsy. The following entails some keys to prevent and avoid driving while drowsy and tired.

  1. Take a short nap before getting on the road

The driving nap is one of the best ways you can avoid driving while drowsy. Keep watch over yourself. You can simply take a short night’s sleep to relax, rest and calm down yourself. This will even enable you to get fresh and concentrate while driving.

  1. Take a mid-drive nap when you when you find yourself driving while drowsy

The antidote to driving while drowsy is to take a short nap when you notice that you are feeling drowsy. It is better to save your life and other passengers than to drive while drowsy and plunge yourself in fatal road accidents.

  1. Drive with a buddy driver on long trips

It is always good to take a buddy driver along when you are going on long trips. You are most likely to be driving while drowsy on long trips, but when you have a buddy driver, he or she can simply take over so that you can have a rest and continue. This will ensure safety on the road.

  1. Avoid driving between midnight and 6.am

The body is likely to feel drowsy and get to sleep within midnight to 6.am. The body’s biological rhythm makes driving while drowsy easy at these times. So if you can avoid driving around these times.

  1. Drink Caffeine

Caffeine is very important in helping you stay alert. It boosts your energy and keeps you in control. You should just remember that the effects of the caffeine will wear off for at least 12 hours of intake. But avoid drinking alcohol and any other hard drugs.

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4 Tips for Motorcycle Riders to be Extra Careful with Trucks in Kenya

4 Tips for Motorcycle Riders to be Extra Careful with Trucks in Kenya

For most people in Kenya, motorcycles are the fastest way to go. Motorcycles helps to navigate through moving cars along the lanes, dodge traffic lights and get to your destination faster. But you need to careful as a motorcycle rider dealing with trucks on the road in Kenya.

A motorcycle dealing with trucks on the road must be extra careful. Trucks are not like other vehicles, so you have to careful when riding your motorcycle around them in Kenya. When riding near trucks, there are some few safety tips that you must adhere to in order to avoid road accidents.

The following are helpful tips you should consider.

  1. Always remember that trucks have blind spots and may not see you

This is very important to avoid road accidents. If you keep thinking that the truck driver is seeing you, there will be trouble. In most cases, the truck driver is looking for you, so you should take caution and always take extra care when riding near a moving truck on the road so that you can avoid road accidents involving trucks.

  1. Avoid filtering the lane with trucks

The convenience of motorcycles simply makes many motorcyclist to simply ride pass and filter lanes with smaller cars. While you may easily filter the lanes with smaller vehicles, you should not do this in the case of trucks. Trucks often move slowly and may not stop quickly if something bad happens and they need to stop suddenly to avoid road traffic crashes. So avoid filtering lanes with trucks.

  1. Always Take Care When Changing Lanes With Trucks

Changing lanes with trucks should be done carefully. You should always take caution when changing lanes with trucks. Trucks with trailers attached are longer than the normal vehicles and care must be taken when you are changing lanes with them so that you don’t hit off the back of the trailer, resulting in road accidents. A motorcycle dealing with trucks on the road should be extra careful.

  1. Avoid trying to overtake a truck when it is turning

One of the mistakes most motorcyclist makes when moving along the road is overtaking the truck when they are turning. They want to overtake a truck while it is turning, simply because the truck is turning slowly than the average car. You should however keep in mind that trucks may take more than one lane when turning. Therefore, you should take care when overtaking a moving truck so that you don’t hit the back of the truck.

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