Samacheer Kalvi 9th Social Science Civics Solutions Chapter 6 Pdf
Tamilnadu Board Samacheer Kalvi 9th Social Science Civics Solutions Chapter 6: Tamilnadu State Board Solution Class 9 Social Science Civics Chapter 6 – Road Safety.
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Samacheer Kalvi 9th Social Science Civics Solutions Chapter 6 Road Safety
I.) Answer the following
2.) List out the factors of road accidents.
Answer: The factors of road accidents are as follow
i) Drivers: Over-speeding, rash driving, violation of rules, failure to understand signs, fatigue, alcohol.
ii) Pedestrians: Carelessness, illiteracy, crossing at wrong places, jaywalkers.
iii) Passengers: Projecting their body parts outside vehicles, talking to drivers, alighting and boarding vehicles from the wrong side, travelling on footboards, catching a running bus etc.
iv) Vehicles: Failure of brakes or steering, tyre burst, insufficient headlights, overloading Road.
v) Conditions: Potholes, damaged roads, eroded roads merging of rural roads with highways and illegal speed breakers.
vi) Weather conditions: Fog, snow, heavy rainfall, wind storms, hail storms.
3.) Which colour in the signal means ‘stop’?
Answer: Red colour is the signal means ‘Stop’.
4.) List out any three road safety rules:
Answer: Road safety rules as follows
i) Stop, Look and Cross.
ii) Don’t Run on Roads.
iii) Always Use Sidewalks.
II.) Answer in detail
1.) Explain the factors involved in road accidents.
Answer: Different factors involved in road accidents
i) Drivers: Driver is a person who drives vehicle, if the person is responsible and good driver the over-speeding, rash driving, violation of rules etc. will be avoided.
ii) Pedestrians: If the Pedestrians control their activities on the road and then many issues can be avoided like carelessness, illiteracy, crossing at wrong places etc. can cause road accidents.
iii) Passengers: many times, passengers project their body parts outside vehicle, talking to drivers or alighting and boarding vehicles from wrong side can cause accidents.
iv) Road Conditions: Many times, road conditions are not good. Potholes, damaged roads, eroded roads etc. can cause accidents hence it is necessary to take care at such place.
v) Weather conditions: Due to weather like fog, snow, heavy rainfall, wind storms etc. can cause road accident.
2.) Explain in detail: The road safety rules.
Answer:Following rules are followed for road safety
i) Know Your Signals: It is good to know the signals to avoid road accidents.
ii) Stop, Look and Cross: Before cross any kind of road we should stop, look and then cross.
iii) Pay Attention – Listen: Paying attention to the road safety warnings are always good.
iv) Don’t Run On Roads: Carelessly running on the road can cause accidents.
v) Always Use Sidewalks: Sidewalks are made to walk and not walking on the road can cause road accidents.
vi) Never Stick Hands outside the Vehicle: Sticking hands or body part outside vehicle can cause serious injuries and accidents.
vii) Never Cross Road at Bends: At the bends the road is not completely visible to the driver and walkers hence it could be risky to cross roads at bends.
viii) Don’t Rush: Mistakes can happen in the rush and cause serious road accidents.
ix) Keep left: In India our side is left so it is good to keep left our vehicle.
x) Crossing at zebra line: At the zebra crossing it is need to be aware cause while crossing zebra lines accidents can happens.