As an average for 17 Saudi Middle Easternoccupants’ dies on the country’s streets each day, a report card Toward theKingdom’s general directorate of movement needs to be uncovered. This news goesfollowing the planet wellbeing association discovered Saudi Arabia on need theworld’s most elevated amount from maintaining deaths from way accidents, whichRight away make up the country’s vital reason for death for grown-up guysage-old 16 to 36. 4 In this study found Road traffic injuries are the mostcause of loss of disability-adjusted life years for males and females of allages in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. We surveyed 5,235 Saudi men aged 15 yearsor older. Results among Saudi males, 71.
7% reported having had a driver’slicense, but more than 43% of unlicensed males drove a vehicle. This risk reducedwith the more educated, current smokers, and those who are physically active.?Up to 94.
9% and 98.5% of respondents informed notwearing a seat belt in the front, and the back-passenger seats, respectively.This study calls for aggressive monitoring and enforcement of traffic laws. 1in this study they observe drivers in Riyadh. However, instead of improvingsafety, driving through roundabouts in Riyadh can be a risky experience as manydrivers do not follow regulations. Unfortunately, no official statistics existon accidents or violations at roundabouts and no studies have been done tomeasure this problem. Results revealed that the percentage of drivers rupturingat least one traffic regulation is approximately 90% of all drivers drivingthrough these rotors, with leaving without flashing and entering the rotorswithout giving way is the most frequent violation types.
Survey results from384 respondents showed that there is a lack of information among most drivers onroundabout driving regulations and that driver training and licensing processdoes not include enough information related to this matter. 2 Drivers who areyoung, female, those with lower levels of education or lower incomes understandthe signs significantly worse than drivers who are older, male, with higherlevels of education or higher incomes. 3