The end-of-year holidays are traditionally known for relaxation and festivities. However, it is also a time when complacency seems to set in and criminals become opportunistic.
• Be aware of your surroundings and any suspicious looking people/behavior;
• Report any suspicious behaviour/activity to the nearest police station; and
• Don’t drink and drive, especially when travelling.
Here are a few more tips for those who will be travelling:
•Always ‘buckle up’: ensure that the driver and passengers are wearing seat belts and children are properly secured in safety seats at all times during a journey.
•Get adequate quality sleep before setting off on your journey.
•Avoid drinking alcohol before and during the journey.
•Stop and take a break from driving at least every two hours.
•If you are feeling tired, stop at a safe place and stretch your legs – wait for at least ten minutes before getting back in the car as you need to ensure that you are properly refreshed – or take a nap if you are still tired.
•Keep the temperature in your car cool, since a warmer interior encourages sleepiness.
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Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year!!