At a roundabout
At a pedestrian crossing or with the green man at traffic lights
Where cars are backed up in a traffic jam
At the spot nearest to your destination
15 minutes and 77 calories (one toffee pop)
29 minutes and 154 calories (two toffee pops)
42 minutes and 316 calories (four toffee pops)
Using a handheld mobile phone while driving has no effect on your driving ability
Using a handheld mobile phone while driving is not as dangerous as driving at the legal alcohol limit
Using a handheld mobile phone while driving makes you twice as likely to be involved in a crash.
Using a handheld mobile phone while driving makes you four times more likely to be involved in a crash.
Stepping out from behind a parked vehicle
Wearing dark clothing
Crossing heedless of traffic
Break into a run from 20m back to cross the road at record speed
Do not start to cross
The light is broken
People on skateboards can start to cross
Walk on the left side of the road, in the same direction as the traffic is travelling and as far off the road as possible.
Walking is prohibited on rural roads so you should not be walking there.
Walk on the right side of the road, facing oncoming traffic and as far off the road as possible
Not official pedestrian crossings, but they do provide a place where drivers can stop safely to allow pedestrians to cross.
Pedestrians have the right of way. Drivers are required to stop if a pedestrian is within 10 metres of the courtesy crossing.
Courtesy crossings can be used by pedestrians but are designed for delivery vehicles dropping off goods. Pedestrians should be courteous to delivery vans when they are stopped at a courtesy crossing.
Turn up the volume to drown out the traffic noise
Take an ear out or keep the volume low so you remain alert to your surroundings