'Many people don't know rules that govern the use of yellow lane,' says expert

Being stuck in traffic can be frustrating but driving on the yellow lane is wrong.

With the festive season here and one of the main concerns around this time is road safety.

Joanne Joseph speaks to Masterdrive CEO Eugene Herbert about the use of the yellow lane.

Many people don't know the rules of the road and the are rules that govern the use of the yellow lane.

Eugene Herbert, CEO - Masterdrive

There isn't sufficient representation by law enforcement to ensure that drivers do things that are right and proper.

Eugene Herbert, CEO - Masterdrive

Make it your commitment to exercise a degree of patience on the road.

Eugene Herbert, CEO - Masterdrive

Listen to the full interview below...


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