No matter how new you think or believe your vehicle is, you really ought to have your head examined if you are not taking your mode of transport in for at least one annual inspection a year. Those of you who live or operate in areas or regions where the laws are more strictly enforced should consider yourselves to be rather fortunate. Lives are being saved as a result of such strictness.
In any case, no grown adult should be told or forced to be and act responsibly. If there is to be no moral force behind the driver’s wheel, at least think what potential harm you would be doing to yourself if you do not allow your vehicle to be inspected for its roadworthiness at least once a year. Surely, this is not much to ask of you. Your vehicle testing and safety is your responsibility. And while you are about this responsible business, why not put yourself to the sword in going in for driving tests as well.
Here is a fresh opportunity for you to brush up on your road use skills. Most folks are happy to pass their driver’s test, usually at a young age when they are alert (and yet, potentially or perceptively irresponsible or reckless) but not for a moment do they give a second thought to taking advanced driving lessons. Fortunately, many companies have been only too happy to follow the lead of government or state authorities in getting their staff members to comply and make their contributions to help improve road safety and standards.
It is all for the greater good. And who can complain? It may surprise some of you that it is still culturally acceptable in some parts of the world to not buckle up. Shocking.