Drive at 30 and follow the rules of the road. At 30 km/h your braking distance is reduced to 13 metres, which means you’ll avoid accidents with other road users such as pedestrians, cyclists, monowheels and scooters.
- Only cross the road or move forward when the light is green.
- Signal to show what you intend to do! Give other road users plenty of warning that you are about to change direction or lane.
- People on pedestrian crossings have priority.
- Pavements are for pedestrians only! Do not park on the pavement, a pedestrian crossing, a cycle path, or a bus or tram stop.
- Be mindful of other road users when you open your door when parked.
- Take particular care when there are children on the road or pavement. Their behaviour can be unpredictable and you should be prepared for this.
- Trams cannot stop instantly and therefore always have priority.
- Do not use bus or cycle lanes.
- Watch out for buses and do not obstruct them. Be aware of people getting on and off the bus.