Inappropriate driving attraction for government revenue


Driving badly Iranians is one of the negative points that many foreign tourists remember and talk about traveling to Iran. An issue that poses a bad image of Iran, and in many cases Iranian culture is also measured. It's really how, after nearly five decades, is one of our problems in the daily lives of our poor people in the city and beyond. Unauthorized overrun, excessive speed, drowsiness and lack of attention to the front are among the factors that are mentioned in driving error as the human factor of accidents, which is the last factor behind car insecurity and insecurity of roads. According to the latest official statistics, 15,932 people die of road accidents and 333,000 people are injured each year. In order to understand the significance of these numbers, in the eight-year imposed war, an average of 21750 martyrs and 84 thousand people were injured each year, which is more than three times the annual annual rate of traffic compared to the crash rates. Our bad driving style is not related to the car model, its foreign and Iranian, and if I do not want to comment on it overall, but a lot of car drivers do not pay attention to this. In fact, people regard driving as individual, and therefore they consider the street to be their personal property. So, whatever they want, they can drive the car and the streets are local to drivers' race, and that's why driving has become disgusting. The violators do not pay much attention to the laws, and despite the increasing cost of driving offenses in recent years, we continue to see an increase in crashes and violations, indicating the inefficiency of the one-dimensional use of this tool. According to transportation experts, traffic management is based on the three sides of education, engineering, and law enforcement, and it is imperative to focus on all three principles simultaneously. In such a situation, the government in its budget of 1398 has calculated revenues from road traffic offenses by 33 percent more than this year and amounts to 4 trillion tomans. This suggests an increase in the rate or increase in the rate of driving crimes in the country. In a state of affairs, the state considers its revenue from road traffic an increase that seems unlikely to reduce road traffic violations in the country. The government has paid attention to the proceeds from driving crimes, which, unlike this, should be the basis for planning for the awareness of the people. Accordingly, the government needs to spend a significant amount of money on educating the people of the same crimes in order to see more and more offenses in the streets. A topic that has direct relevance to people's lives and well-being. In the sixth development plan, genetic testing and screening have been taken seriously to reduce the number of disabled children, but there are signs of a worrying 100-person disability per annum. Based on this, it is suggested that educating people through social and television networks, along with upgrading the quality of cars and roads, should be taken seriously by the authorities. In the meantime, we should model the success of other countries in dealing with risk aversion driving. One of these solutions is the exclusion of driving people whose number of driving violations exceeds the permissible limit in a year. The cancellation of a driving license for one year or more is another of many other countries that use it to reduce driving violations. Repeat habits, get used to the habit and cultivate the culture Confucius