Vehicle safety hazards are mainly divided into five categories: fire, car accidents, health and safety, theft, natural disasters. When a vehicle is in fire, we should first see the situation and location of the fire, and then choose the method of escape and self-rescue. The most common type of vehicle fire is engine fire. Passengers should immediately ask the driver to open the door and guide the passengers out of the door. Then, fire extinguishers are used to extinguish the flames. If the fire is in the middle of the car, the driver should open the door and let passengers get off the car orderly from both doors. Now some buses will have an emergency button or knob near the door. In an emergency, pressing the button or the knob door switch system will fail, and then you can push the door directly to escape. When fighting fires, we should focus on protecting the cab and fuel tank parts; for example, the fire blocked the door, but the fire was small, passengers could use clothes to cover their heads and rush down from the door; if the door route was burnt out and could not be opened, passengers could use the button of automatic window breaker to press the nearest window to roll off the car; for example, passengers in a fire, clothes was burned carelessly, do not panic. We should calmly adopt the correct way to deal with it. If we can take off our clothes in time, we should take off our clothes as soon as possible and stamp out the fire with our feet. When it's too late to take off your clothes, you can roll on the spot and extinguish the fire. If his clothes catch fire, he can take off his clothes or other cloth, cover up the fire on others, or spray fire extinguishers on his body. Accident rollover: Coupler pedal rollover car passengers should quickly lie on the chair, grasp the fixtures in the car, so that the body clamped in the chair, try to stabilize the body. When rollover,
Don't jump out of the car in the direction of overturning, but jump in the opposite direction of turning over.
When landing, you should roll or run a long distance with your hands in the direction of inertia to avoid secondary damage. Falling into the water: Take a deep breath before driving the door. The car rolls into the river. If the water is shallow and not completely submerged, it should wait for the car to stabilize before trying to leave the vehicle from the door and window. Once an accident occurs, when the main direction of the collision is not on the driver's side, the driver should grasp the steering wheel with both hands, push his legs forward, lean backward, and maintain his body balance, so as to avoid injuries when his head hits the windshield in the instant of the collision.