There is a lot of anxiety about how to avoid being stuck in the traffic on your trip.
There is also the chance of getting lost and not knowing where you are.
In the first of these two sections, I will share my experience and advise you on how to deal with the traffic.
The second section is dedicated to getting lost in the crowd, and if you are in such a situation, I hope it will help you get your bearings and help you stay safe.
Don’t go anywhere alone.
If you’re a first time traveller, then you are not going to get lost easily.
The best way to stay safe in traffic is to have your camera with you, a map and map search function with the Google Maps app, and always keep your phone with you.
But it is important to take precautions, such as wearing headphones, not wearing long-sleeved shirts, and keeping your eyes open.
If this does not help you, then try and use your smartphone to take pictures of the road ahead, and even take photos from your phone.
It is easy to get stuck in some places and lose your bearings, and this is a good reason to take your smartphone with you on your journey.
Always keep your camera in your hand.
If your phone has a camera, then it is essential that you always keep it with you at all times.
The camera should be always at your side when you are taking pictures of traffic or places you need to visit.
If it is your camera, be sure to keep it safely secured, and never leave it unattended.
If the camera is taken away, you may not be able to get it back later.
Make sure that you can retrieve it if you need it later.
Always look ahead.
If traffic is moving ahead of you, it is crucial that you keep your eyes on the road.
If there is a traffic jam or other traffic problem ahead, then just keep your distance from it.
Keep a clear view of the roads ahead to see if you can see anything.
Don.t take pictures from the front, as you may be in danger of getting caught.
Be careful when going in front of other vehicles, and look for signs of people moving ahead.
Take a picture of your phone while driving.
Take pictures of yourself, your car and any objects you want to take a picture from.
Be sure to have a good zoom function to take an image, and to be careful not to take too much.
Take the picture when you see the road and the cars ahead.
Do not take any photos while you are driving.
Be cautious when approaching intersections, and don’t go near them.
Do your best to keep your hands on your phone, and not look down while you drive.
While you are trying to focus on the driving experience, be careful of the traffic ahead.
Don t look down at your phone as you drive, especially if it is on the dashboard.
Try and look straight ahead when you approach a red light.
Keep your eyes focused on the roadway and the road behind you.
Donot look down to see the traffic behind you as well.
Take careful note of the distance between the cars and the traffic, and also the speed.
Always stay aware of the situation.
As you are approaching a red-light, you should always stay alert, stay alert and keep your eye on the traffic in front.
As the traffic lights change, and you are getting closer to a red, you will need to slow down.
Dont get in a rush.
Don´t get too close to traffic, as it can get a little dangerous.
Don`t get frustrated.
As soon as the traffic light changes, you must slow down, but you can also try to avoid the red light altogether.
When you see a traffic light change, you can check the distance to your destination, and the distance from the red-signal to the next one.
You should not try to get into a rush by driving too fast, but rather be patient and wait for the traffic to slow.
When there is no traffic, keep your head down.
Always be aware of traffic around you, as traffic can become a problem.
Do make sure to slow your speed down and be mindful of the time it takes to get to your next destination.
Never drive in traffic.
Driving in traffic can be dangerous and can cause accidents, so always stay in your lane.
Don to be safe.
When in a traffic situation, always try to maintain your distance, and make sure that no one gets in your way.
When the traffic is slowing down, do not try and get too far ahead of other people or things.
If possible, stay in the lane you are most comfortable in.
If at all possible, avoid using your phone or other distractions while driving in traffic, or at other times.
Know the rules of the lane. When