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We’re always asked whether we should use the roads that most closely mirror the conditions we’d find ourselves in, whether to drive on foot or in a car.
The answer is that it depends on the circumstances.
A lot of roads are suitable for both, and there’s no reason why one shouldn’t be the one chosen for the job.
For most people, the answer will be obvious: if you have the right kind of car and are not in a hurry, driving in an open, well-maintained road is the way to go.
But for people who need to get home to be safe, it might be a different story.
Traffic signals and road markings should be at least as useful to motorists on the road as they are to pedestrians.
Drivers who need more space to manoeuvre should consider taking the longer, more-congested route to work or school.
And drivers who need extra space to drive are less likely to need to take the slower, more congested route home.
There are also some areas that are best for both modes of travel, like rural areas where people don’t want to have to stop and check if they’ve got enough space to park.
It may be that the most useful road for a person who wants to get around is the one they already use, while the roads for those who need the extra space will probably be better suited for those looking to get out.
While the most popular road for cars is the right-of-way for motorways, roads with no traffic signals are still popular for pedestrians.
But it’s important to keep in mind that a driver’s ability to navigate the road is limited.
If you need extra time, the best road for pedestrians is the road that’s not congested or blocked.
And for cars, the most suitable road for motorbikes is the roads with a few traffic signals.
The key to a safe commute is making sure that your road conditions are the best possible.
And, of course, if you’re looking for a road with traffic lights, be prepared to walk the extra distance.