What is some basic safety information you wish everyone knew?

What is some basic safety information you wish everyone knew?

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  1. That vaccines aren’t filled with microchips, and that they don’t cause autism. That’s probably pushing the boundary of basic, but I feel like the pandemic could have been heavily mitigated by people not making getting medical attention for a life threatening disease a political divide.

  2. People should learn that driving extremely close to each other’s rear bumper is only going to increase chances of getting to an accident.

    Be a little patient, use your brakes / maintain them, and give a decent chunk of space. If you gas a little too much or you get rear ended yourself then you’re going to shoved forwards and rear end me. Then we’ll all be three absolutely pissed adults.

    So fucking drive a little safer.

  3. When you use a chair to stand on, the back of the chair should be in front of you (so the chair is backwards). This is because if you lose your balance, you’re going to step backwards more than likely. If the back of the chair is behind you and you try to catch your fall by stepping back, you’ll have a worse fall.

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