Paths Links People

Paths Links People

Thonigala Inscriptions are of the 2nd Century BC and carved on Rock. information courtesy;Internet

Thonigala Inscriptions are of the 2nd Century BC and carved on Rock. information courtesy;Internet
Tonigala. (a.) Parumaka Abaya puta parumaka Tisaha wapi acagirika Tisa pawatahi agata anagata catudisa sagasa dine. Dewana pi maharaja Gamini Abaye niyate acanagaraka ca [tawi] rikiya nagaraka ca. Parumaka Abaya puta parumaka Tisa niyata pite raj aha agata anagata catudisa sagasa

History; Path to future

History; Path to future
Reading Future through History, Nagala mountain and the Stupa of the Nagala Kanda Rajamaha Viharaya, Nikaweva, Polpithigama, Kurunegala District.

yesterdays kingdoms enhanced people's today

yesterdays kingdoms enhanced people's today
let us view today through past ...........Kingdom of Yapahuwa - 13th Century

Sunday, April 10, 2016

Who says drivers aren't important .......................


First of all let me thank all readers for staying bonded with footpath for four complete years, continuously, giving me courage and support as friends, benefactors, and well-wishers, news and clues providers, as gurus ……………

I guess that it isn’t silly to say vehicles are no use without drivers, unless the modern scientific world thinking of manufacturing driver-less cars (Vehicles) in the future, perhaps using robotic mechanism or using any other newest innovations .  I do not know whether the 'driver-less vehicles'  are already exist in this world we live or not.



I think if you are thinking of maintaining your car or what ever vehicle you own, having a better driver is a must. a car without a driver or a driver without a car isn't useful.

There is no point buying expensive cars if you do not have a proper driver to take care of the vehicle you’ve purchased or if you haven’t learned the technique of driving ahead accurately towards the destinations you wish to reach.

Driving is not all about ‘accurate driving’, respecting all the road rules, traffic lights , co-drivers,  it is also about how you take care of your vehicle without letting it damaging for what ever inner or outer reasons, when you are taking a bent or taking your vehicle around a roundabout, driving ahead through a sloppy , slippery road, or a enchanting valley or through mysterious hills or ranges of quite and calm mountains, silent village, noisy community .............



Often, you find drivers who don’t have any vehicles but drive the vehicles of others carefully and trustfully and respectfully but it is not always the situation everywhere.  

Mostly, you find drivers drive their own vehicles with so much care and protection, yet, rarely, unconsciously or carelessly. needless to say about the life of the vehicle they are using or maintaining.


Often you find drivers drive carelessly, the vehicles of others but drives their own carefully, i like to remind it again. 

Careful driving is an essential & highly important factor, when it comes to thinking of 'sustainability of the vehicle you own'.

yes, it is true that it is hard to issue list of life time predictions of the future conditions of the vehicles or of the life of the vehicles that the drivers are driving carefully or carelessly.

i have seen selfish drivers in my life time. many of them actually. the drivers who do not like to use roads cordially with the other drivers.

unless you drive your vehicle thinking of winning a  race, i see no reason to overtake others arrogantly or carelessly. i see no harm in letting others over taking their vehicles from the side legally defined. But remember no driver waits patiently for so long in the road when he / she sees that other drivers are intentionally blocking their ways using the roads as they please avoiding the road signals.  

Good drivers always check ‘the level of fuel before getting into a vehicle. i do not know why i thought of discussing about the level of fuel all of a sudden. perhaps it is because of the news i read recently about a lady MP(?) of Japan forced to apologize for the money spent on importing fuel, spending i think millions of yens(?), last year(?)



that is governmental spending but for individual private drivers , i do not think that they can spend millions of money in buying fuel or use their fuel ( Petrol or diesel) stupidly though they have a vehicle with or without a driver.

some believe,  i have noticed, ' if i use my petrol and my car what is your problem' 
that is called ' my car my petrol attitude'.

The drivers without an accepted, driving license to drive his or her vehicle on roads cannot be indicated as ‘authorized drivers’. 

There is a huge difference between driving a public vehicle and a private vehicle, who doesn't know that?

The drivers who have their own, what ever type of brand, new or old, types of vehicle do not thinking of damaging the vehicle by driving it carelessly or foolishly.  did i say it before? what harm in repeating or indicating the 'differences between 'owner driving the vehicles and others driving others' vehicles.  

Yes, it is highly important to 'select a better driver' to drive the vehicle you own, you cannot take it as something unimportant.  

Yes, it is not that difficult to find a driver with an accepted license but having an accepted driving license won’t enough to drive a vehicle safely without keeping any rooms to damage it.

you can say something about the driver just looking at the vehicle to certain extent, i mean the inner conditions of the vehicles.

perhaps, drivers have their own preferences over not only brands or types of  the vehicles   but also of the 'colour codes', the packages of inner facilities. 

some drivers prefer a calm and quite , cooler atmosphere within.  often , they think of the manufacturer, patent, made in tag, the generation of the product ( the vehicle)

some drivers prefer old versions in good conditions. some think of the practical value of the vechicle they purchasee.   some worry about nothing but 'the maintenance costs' of the vehicle they buy.

I have seen many who own accepted driving license and brand new high tech, modern vehicles, keeping their vehicle for days or months at garages or before the companies claiming insurance. 

you find tortures, mobbing , oppressing drivers on roads , often, than disciplined drivers who likes to drive their vehicles smoothly and lovingly. 

Driving vehicles without a better or an accurate road MAP in hand, driving through unknown roads without better guidance is not advisable. 

Better drivers know when to take de - tours and when not to take or no good to use de - tours or avoid de - tours when driving.  

i know that it is not at all easy to locate a driver who hasn't break a single road rule yet i believe there are quite a good numbers knows to drive their vehicle without intentionally damaging it.

The drivers know their driving know that when they are driving towards a destination or proceed to any area they prefer, they encounter junctions, known or familiar to them or unknown to them.

they may encounter many junctions that they’ve not been through before. 

And many drivers know that junction is a place where drivers meet many drivers before turning their vehicle towards their preferred residing places.

I do not know whether GPS tracking is something you introduce to track the mileages of the vehicle running a day only or track other things doubting the driver’s ability to drive or trustfulness of the roads chosen to proceed ahead, as suggested by an unknown or even known to them.  Perhaps, it is a good system to locate the location of the vehicle moved out of the house, service center, and early morning or late mid night with the driver with legal license.  Do not forget when you are GPSing the vehicles of others, you might lose the other things you cannot GPSing and there are other things you must think other than reading the GPS track records, of your vehicle or of the vehicles of your loved ones and dear ones.
Choosing driver with all those top qualities isn’t easy.  There is no point trying to claim compensation or insurance after using your vehicle carelessly or with do not care attitude. Good drivers always know how to drive their vehicle ahead avoiding pits and holes etc.

The drivers should know that they cannot drive fast when there is a huge traffic on roads and how important it is to maintain ‘patience’.    

And the most important thing is that within a vehicle you find only one steering wheel, too many drivers cannot drive a vehicle at same time though you find at least four seats inside a vehicle.

Often, I see people enjoy changing the vehicles they drive from time to time, that are their choices of owning or using or maintaining vehicles; others cannot really say anything against such choices or abilities. 

That is something belongs to the category of ‘affordability of the user’. 

If you are selling the vehicle you have been using or have used for what ever years or months or days , to another user and if  there are buyers ready to purchase it, I do not think that such deals happens  solely because they cannot afford for a brand new vehicle, you may find other reasons as well.

You find many vehicle sales centres across globe; within the lands you live, so as the drivers. 

Often people refer the pages of advertisements before purchasing the vehicle they prefer to own. 

Some , before selecting not only drivers but also vehicles , refer old records of using the vehicles, the total number of kilo meters the vehicle ran, previous driving experience they have, the previous owner of the vehicle , whether it was  accompany owned or a privately used vehicle  for instance.

And when people or individuals thinking hiring a driver, often they read the license to check of the offences, ‘how carefully or carelessly they’ve driven the vehicles they’ve used previously, whether they were fined against anything, you cannot say totally irrelevant or unimportant.

After reading or realizing above facts can you still say that ‘drivers aren’t important or you mustn’t pay that much attention before choosing a driver?

So drivers, try to take care of the brains, the engines of your vehicles without letting it getting spoiled or damaged. 

And drivers don't forget to wear the 'safety seat belt' during your driving .........

Thank you for reading ..........................











 


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