The Drivers Code
When you drive, consider others.
Mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers.
Always look before you leap,
Or you may end up in a heap.
Respect and courtesy must abound
To other drivers on the ground.
So never speed or overtake,
When on a bend for all our sake.
Keep to Universal and Highway code
Every time you’re on the road,
Then all will balance sweet and true,
And others will respect you too.
But most importantly you’ll live
And life to others also give.
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