views with regard to the question of how
safer. In my view, both punishments and a range of other measures can be used together to promote better driving habits.
On the one hand, strict punishments can
help to encourage people to drive more safely. Penalties for dangerous drivers can act as a deterrent, meaning that people avoid repeating the same offence. There are various types of driving penalty,
as small fines, licence suspension, driver awareness courses, and even prison sentences. The aim of these punishments is to show dangerous drivers that their actions have negative
, we would hope that drivers become more disciplined and alert, and that they follow the rules more carefully.
, safe driving can be promoted in several different ways that do not punish drivers.
, it is vitally important to educate people properly before they start to drive, and
can be done in schools or even as part of an extended or more difficult driving test.
, more attention could be paid to safe
, signs can be used to warn people, speed bumps and
bends can be added to calm traffic, and speed cameras can help to deter people from driving too quickly.
or local councils can reduce
accidents by investing in better public transport, which would mean that fewer people would need to travel by car.
In conclusion, while punishments help to prevent bad driving, I believe that other
safety measures should
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