10 Strolling Security Tips
Be unsurprising. Pursue the principles of the street and obey signs and flags.
Stroll on walkways at whatever point they are accessible.
On the off chance that there is no walkway, walk confronting activity and as a long way from movement as could reasonably be expected.
Keep alarm consistently; don’t be diverted by electronic gadgets that take your eyes (and ears) off the street.
At whatever point conceivable, cross lanes at crosswalks or convergences, where drivers expect people on foot. Search for vehicles every which way, including those turning left or right.
On the off chance that a crosswalk or convergence isn’t accessible, find a sufficiently bright territory where you have the best perspective of activity. Sit tight for a hole in rush hour gridlock that enables enough time to cross securely; keep looking for activity as you cross.
Never expect a driver sees you. Look at drivers as they way to deal with ensure you are seen.
Be unmistakable consistently. Wear brilliant garments amid the day, and wear intelligent materials or utilize an electric lamp during the evening.
Look for vehicles entering or leaving garages, or sponsorship up in parking garages.
Stay away from liquor and medications when strolling; they disable your capacities and your judgment