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Civics – Term 3 Unit 3

Road Safety

 

I. Choose the correct answer:

1. Road safety is meant for
(a) Passersby
(b) drivers
(c) public
(d) all who use roads
Answer: (d) all who use roads

2. Road accidents affect a country’s
(a) improvement
(b) life
(c) finance
(d) all the above
Answer: (d) all the above

3. Permit refers to
(a) permission for driving
(b) permission for carrying goods
(c) certificate for drivers
(d) registration of vehicles
Answer: (a) permission for driving

4. Raksha safe drive is a device useful for
(a) pedestrians
(b) motorists
(c) car drivers
(d) passengers
Answer: (c) car drivers

5. Road safety week celebration was first imitated in India in the year
(a) 1947
(b) 1989
(c) 1990
(d) 2019
Answer: (b) 1989

II. Fill in the blanks:

  1. The most useful invention of man for transport is __________
  2. Using __________ is inevitable in our journey of life.
  3. Too many vehicles on the road cause __________ and __________ pollution.
  4. __________ is the monetary supporter of a family.
  5. In case of emergency for medical assistance call __________ for help.

Answer:

  1. wheel
  2. vehicles
  3. traffic jam, more
  4. Breadwinners
  5. 108

III. Match the following:

1. Informatory sign Traffic lights
2. Zebra crossing Narrow bend sign
3. Mandatory sign Petrol pump sign
4. Cautionary sign License
5. Right to drive a vehicle Walkers

Answer:

1. Informatory sign Petrol pump sign
2. Zebra crossing Walkers
3. Mandatory sign Traffic lights
4. Cautionary sign Narrow bend sign
5. Right to drive a vehicle License




IV. Consider the following statements:

1. Tick the appropriate answer:
Assertion: Car pooling is the use of vehicles by turns.
Result: It saves fuel, time and money and also
(a) A is correct and R is not correct
(b) A is correct and R is also correct
(c) A is wrong and R is correct
(d) Both are wrong
Answer: (b) A is correct and R is also correct

2. Find the odd one
(a) car
(b) trucks
(c) tempos
(d) aero planes
Answer: (d) aero planes

3. Find the following statements are true or false.

  1. Road safety education in the school curriculum is an additional burden for the students
  2. An ounce of practice is worth more than tons of preaching.
  3. Hoarding on roads has to be banned.
  4. Following road safety rules from childhood will become a habit in future.

Answer:

  1. False
  2. True
  3. True
  4. True

V. Answer in one or two sentences:

1. What are the distracters while driving?
Answer:
Talking over the mobile phone or texting message or engaging in any activities attention diverted from driving.

2. Mention the 2 safety gears for safe driving.
Answer:

  1. Use of helmets for two wheelers and
  2. Seat belts for four wheelers are the two safety gears for safe driving.

3. Why is not safe to drive in nights?
An extra alertness is needed while driving at night. The uncontrolled sleep, tiredness due to long drive, poor lighting on the road can cause fatal accidents.

4. When can a person obtain the right to drive a vehicle?
Answer:

  1. One should be eligible to get a driving license at the age of 18.
  2. One who drives a vehicle should have undergone the training and tests to obtain a driving license.

5. How can media promote road safety among the public?
Answer:
Mass media and journals could play a key role to raise awareness on road safety. In particular, they can disseminate preventive messages and promote safe behaviours, increase peoples knowledge and understanding of the gravity of the problem and advocate for safer roads and systems.

VI. Answer the following in detail:

1. List out the documents necessary for an Indian while driving.
Answer:

  1. One who drives a vehicle should have undergone the training and tests to obtain a driving license.
  2. It is compulsory to have the following documents – driving license, registration certificate of the vehicle, Insurance certificate, Taxation certificate, fitness certificate and permit.

2. What is the need for including road safety education in the school curriculum?
Answer:

  1. Parents and Teachers play a vital role in imparting road safety Education to young ones.
  2. If a child’s parent violates the traffic rules, the child too will imitate the same in future. So the elders have to set an example for them in adhering to the safety rules and regulations.
  3. Road Safety education should be provided since childhood.
  4. It has to be made a part of school curriculum, syllabus, text book and included in competition on road safety.
  5. Activities like writing of slogans, essays and paintings on this theme should be conducted for reinforcement.

3. How can parents teach their children road safety rules?
Answer:

  1. Parents and Teachers play a vital role in imparting road safety Education to young ones.
  2. If a child’s parent violates the traffic rules, the child too will imitate the same in future.
  3. So the elders have to set an example for them in adhering to the safety rules and regulations.
  4. Video and computer games that simulate receiving should be banned by the government or discouraged by parents as it will develop racing habit in children.
  5. Parents should help children learn about the traffic signals and rules.
  6. They should be instructed to wait for the right signal and to use the zebra crossing while crossing the road.
  7. They should be warn them not to run across or along the road and to use the footpath, while walking on the road.

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