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Reaffirming The Traffic Ethical Behavior

Everyone hates traffic congestion. Based on the Global Status Report on Road Safety 2015, Indonesia is the 5th country with highest traffic accident rate (after China, India, Nigeria, and Brazil).

The Director of Land Transportation Safety from the Ministry of Transportation, Cucu Mulyana, revealed this particular fact on his last year press conference; two-wheeled vehicles dominated traffic accidents in Indonesia. Buses and four-wheeled vehicles came in second and third to contribute the highest number of victim.

Sadly, most of traffic accidents victims were young people aged 16-30, or as much as 41% of the population. And about 17% of the road accidents happened to people aged 31-40. Based on the data, the government must act and focus more on the traffic safety socialization to high school teenagers.

“Sometimes, the socialization programs were unattractive. Therefore innovation needs to be done so that we can influence more on the youth,” said Cucu.

The traffic safety education is not merely the responsibility of the government. As a society, we also have the obligation to preserve it. Started with families, particularly those with underaged children. If you let your child drive without a license, then you would be classified as irresponsible parents.

The traffic accidents could indiscriminately happen to anyone, including our family members. Therefore, let us preserve the ethics on the road.

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