7 May, 2020
This year’s Ramadan feels different from previous years. The existence of Large-Scale Social Restrictions or PSBB makes a number of activities outside the home reduced. However, plenty of people still have to continue their normal activities, including driving, while the PSBB still remains to be imposed in this Ramadan.
For those of you who still need to leave the house for driving, please stay alert. Driving during the month of Ramadan is a challenge in itself as you have to fight fatigue due to lack of energy intake and drowsiness.
How to drive safely during Ramadan
Food consumption is highly influential on someone who is fasting. You need to eat nutritious foods that are rich in fiber. Don’t forget to drink enough water as well.
In the midst of changing weather and withstanding shirts, oftentimes you become more emotionally sensitive and this can make your body get tired even more quickly. Try your best to be patient and not to be selfish on the road. Remember that you are not the only one driving on the road, other drivers are there and everyone needs to obey the traffic rules. Keep your positive thoughts and try to contain your negative emotion.
Caring and maintaining your car during Ramadan
Besides attempting to drive safely, you also need to pay attention to the condition of your car. Caring and maintaining the car is necessary to ensure optimal driving conditions and extend its age. Make sure to follow some tips below.