What does this mean?
The traffic light is there to instil order, control and to give the motorists a chance to reach their destination. Green means go. Do not be inconsiderate and use this opportunity to answer your cell phone, check your wallet or comb your hair. Amber means proceed with caution. Red is not a signal to speed up and endanger other motorists on the road.
If you know a street is a one way street, do not drive in the wrong direction.
Do not park in a "No Parking" area.
If you are going to a mall or supermarket and you notice that there is a space for handicapped drivers, please respect this and leave it free for the handicap drivers.
If you see a person slowly driving into a parking space, do try to beat them to it. Be respectful. Look for another space.
Do not create your own car parking space. This is what creates more traffic and also, how accidents start.
If you know a street is very narrow, don't double park on it.
Please be respectful of car parking spaces assigned to a business. If there is a sign which says that the parking lot is reserved for employees, don't park there. Also, if you were not aware of this and a security guard approaches you and politely asks you to move your vehicle, please do so and do not be "wrong and strong!"
If you notice a pedestrian attempting to cross the road by ducking in between cars, don't scare him by revving up your car.
If a dog or an animal is attempting to cross the road, this is not a signal to press your accelerator and attempt to knock the poor creature down. Be kind to all animals.
Ensure that your car is working properly, especially your brakes. If you know that your headlights do not work, then don't go driving around in the dark.
Do not tail gate a motorist. He/she may have to stop suddenly and you may end up slamming into the motorist. Leave a space.
When the light is green, be considerate to other motorists by driving and not stopping to buy nuts or something to drink.
Do look around while driving. Pay attention to what's ahead of you.
Don't stop in the middle of the road to chat with a pedestrian, a motorist or use this opportunity to pick someone up. Pull aside, even if its on the shoulder.