1. Welcome To
• Training Title: Defensive driving الدفاعية القيادة
• Location: Jabel Ali Dubai
• Trainer Name: Syed Neyaz Ahmad
• Mobile # +97156-3671957
• Email: email@example.com
2. What is defensive driving?
• Defensive driving is a driving to prevent accident in
spite (enemity) of incorrect actions or others an
adverse whether conditions.
• Anticipate the driving hazardous and know how to
be safe from them.
6. VEHICLES GUIDELINES
• Light vehicle 15 km/ph
• Heavy vehicle 10 km/ph
Vehicles shall not be parked on any internal road in such a way
that they may block the way of fire fighting equipment or fire
brigade vehicles ,in case of emergency.
The parking brake shall be applied whenever a vehicle is
Stopper shall inserted under the wheels if vehicles or
equipment are to be parked
All drivers ,inside Terminal shall hold valid Licenses
All vehicles and mobile equipment with engines operating
inside restricted areas shall spark arrestors fitted at the end on
the exhaust pipes with Valid Registration.
7. WHY DRIVER TRAINING?
Driving is some thing
we all do daily.
It’s the most dangerous
thing we do, and is
the number one
killer of those under
50 years of age.
It’s responsible for
over 50% of all
8. Reckless driving
• Reckless الپرواہdriving will incur a fine of AED 2,000, 23
black points and impounding تیز of the vehicle for a
period of 60 days.
• The same punishment and fine will apply to drivers
who endanger the lives of others.
• Other violations cover: blocking traffic, jumping red
signals, sudden swerving گھومناand driving without a
9. Driving under the influence
• Drivers caught under the influence of drugs and or
alcohol will have their licence suspended for one year,
starting from the day of the verdict.فیصلہ Court will
decide the fine and/or jail term.
• Motorcycle riders and motorists who ignore traffic
lights will be fined AED 1, 000 and incur a penalty of 12
points and their vehicles will be seized for a month.
• Using phones while driving or any other distractions
will be attract AED 400 fine and four black points.
10. Driver’s behaviour
• Violations include:
• throwing garbage
• not leaving safe distance between vehicles
• overtaking on the hard shoulder
• crowding around accident sites
• using quad-bike on road
• violating technical and safety issues
• failing to fasten seat belts
• using expired tires
• driving without insurance/car registration
• driving noisy vehicle
• transporting passengers illegally.
Those exceeding the speed limit by 80 km/ph will be fined AED 3,000, slapped with
23 black points and have their car impounded for 60 days.
12. Dubai News
• Dubai records 29 road accidents in 9 hours due to fog - News
• www.khaleejtimes.com › dubai-records-29-road-accidents...
• Sep 22, 2020 — Motorists in Abu Dhabi were also reminded
to stick to the 80kmph speed limit during the foggy weather.
• Police advisory: Speed limit reduced amid foggy UAE weather
• www.khaleejtimes.com › news › police-advisory-speed-li...
• Sep 23, 2020 — Web report/Dubai weather, warning, fog,
police, motorists, national centre of ...
• A maximum speed limit of 80km/h will
be in place during the fog, the ... Cough up Dh500
fine for fixing broken-down car on road in UAE .
13. Pre-Trip & Post Trip Inspection
Take a walk around your vehicle.
Lights/signals clean & working.
Tires properly inflated / tread wear.
Fluid leaks on the ground.
Check the level of coolant in radiator
Check engine oil, steering fluid and hydraulic fluid.
14. Pre-Trip & Post Trip Inspection
• Check the battery
• Report any broken or defective equipment
• Verify back up alarm is audible!
• Make sure steps, catwalks and handholds free from grease,
ice and loose materials.
• Check belts! Report any frayed بھڑکاٹھنا (mixed in each
other), worn or loose belts.
15. Inside the Vehicle
• Check Seat Belts
• Check Mirrors
• Check horn, head lights, blinkers,
and emergency flashers & wipers
• Verify backup alarm is working
• Check fuel gauges
• Speed & Stopping distance are key.
Stay 3 to 4 seconds behind.
• Obey Regulatory Signs
• Obey Warning Signs
• Use your mask at all times
• Don’t throw used mask from vehicle
16. Your State Of Mind
The potential to cause harm
(Health, Injury, Property damage, environment etc.)
• Bad Weather Conditions e.g. sand storm, foggy &
• Vehicles / Equipment movement
• Presence of flammable and combustible material
25. In GCC and in Other part of the world:
It is common to
see crashed cars
driving on roads
• Statistics show that
• more of the deaths in GCC
• are the result of Traffic accidents.
26. • Safe driving is a
• It focuses to minimize risks and learn how
to make choices that put Safety First.
• It helps to recognize dangerous situations
early enough to avoid them despite difficult
conditions and control of both yourself and
your vehicle .
• It is about always anticipating
• the action of other road users
• and being prepared for unexpected.
27. 1. Delay your journey until bad weather condition has been cleared.
2. If a journey has commenced and bad weather is encountered:
Move as far off the road as possible and Stop.
Switch on hazard warning lights (only when stationary)
wait until the bad weather has lifted
• If visibility is less then 25
meters Advised not to drive
• If visibility is 25 to 100
meters should drive with
the less speed limit
(Car 40 to 50 KM)
• If visibility is above 100
meters Should drive
according visibility and
according to speed limit
as mentioned on roads /
as per traffic situation.
29. BAD WEATHER PRECAUTIONS
• The best strategy for driving in bad weather is to avoid it. But if
going out is necessary or you get caught in bad conditions
once you're already on the road, follow these safe driving
Make sure vehicle’s headlights/fog lights are
While driving Increase following distance.
Drive Slow, Keep distance
(Braking takes longer on slippery roads) –
the slower you go, the easier it will be for you to stop.
30. BAD WEATHER PRECAUTIONS
Make sure your car or Truck is prepared/maintained for the
Bad weather conditions
Check your Headlights, Tires, Windshield wiper/water,
battery are in good condition.
Use caution near intersections.
Never assume that because you have the green light or the
right of way that the intersection will be clear.
Always scan ahead to spot potential hazards.
Stay in one lane as much as possible —
Avoid unnecessary lane changes
(don't go zipping in and out of traffic, passing people, etc.).
Keep two hands on the wheel /Steering and two eyes on
the road at all times.
If other drivers appear to be in a hurry, let them pass
34. Car Driving Safety:
Tips to stop a car when one of the tires explodes when speed exceeds 100 km/h
When a tire explodes try to stay as calm as possible
and hold the steering wheel firmly with both hands.
It's the most important keep your foot off the brakes
and don't push it at all. Don’t even look at the brake
pedal, don’t even think about it.
Stay on your path/Lane and try not to change it or get out of anyone’s way, stay on a
path/Lane as straight as possible.
If your car has a manual transmission, gradually change to a lower BUT ONLY do so if you
feel that the car is completely under control.
If your car has an automatic transmission, stay in the Drive (D) gear DO NOT change.
Don't use brakes, the drag from the exploded tire will slow you down.
When speed drops to 50 km/h, you can gently press the brakes until the car stops