BEWARE! Stray dogs becoming the cause of accidents on motorways
It is not possible for drivers to control their vehicles if an animal suddenly in front of their car
Stray dogs have become a common occurrence on the motorway due to the cutting of fences which has started to cause accidents.
The major problem occurs in Lahore near Bhera as passengers have pointed out that at many points, there are no fences that subsequently allow dogs from nearby villages to move on the motorway.
Recently there was a small accident on the motorway where a dog ran in front of the car, causing the driver to use their emergency brakes. The vehicle was traveling in the fast lane on a “normal” speed of 120 km/h. Although everyone was safe and the car was only slightly damaged, the accident alarmed many.
Passengers prefer motorway as it helps them save time and they can travel at a speed of about 130-140 km per hour comfortably. It is not possible for drivers to control their vehicles if an animal suddenly comes in front of their car.
Motorway Police Spokesman Javed Chaudhry has previously admitted that sometimes fatal accidents occur on the motorway due to animals.
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