October 16, 2016

Driving Impairments

As any experienced driver will tell you, when you get behind the wheel, you are not only in the literal driver’s seat, but also in a position of responsibility. That means making sure you are always fit to drive and up to the job when you’re behind the wheel.

This does not only mean to not drink or take drugs when driving – There are a number of other impairments that could reduce your ability to drive safely, such as being tired when driving, feeling ill or under the weather, or even something as simple as being dehydrated on a long drive.

Safe driving from Britannia!