Want Safest Seats in Modes of Transport? If Yes, Then Read on

New Delhi: Since the invention of the wheel, transportation of people and goods etc. has seen development through the ages. We have come a long way from the most sophisticated means of transport with wheels made of raw wood to the most sophisticated and with this we have laid great emphasis on our comfort while traveling by different modes of transport.Also read- Viral Video: Beautifully decorated women sit inside the car and then this funny incident happens. watch

While comfort is absolutely essential for many people, so is safety for everyone using any form of transportation, whether it’s your car, train or city transportation, there is no compromise on safe travel. Also read- In Jammu and Kashmir’s Udhampur, a careless driver lets a girl student drive a bus full of passengers, vehicle confiscated. watch

Here, we share with you the safest seats or places in various vehicles to completely cut off or at least reduce the risk of getting injured in the event of an accident, god forbid. Also read- Viral Video: Alert RPF constable rescues a passenger being dragged under a moving train at Patiala station. watch

plane

Air travel is said to be the safest as airline officials are very strict in enforcing the safety rules. (Lionel Bonaventure/AFP)

Air travel is said to be the safest as airline officials are very strict in enforcing the safety rules. It is one of the fastest means of transportation of people, logistics etc. Given globalization and the subsequent increase in the financial condition of the common people, taking an airplane has become more common, for as long as about 20 years or so.

So, the next time you have to board a flight, try to take a seat at the rear end instead of in the front. According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the fatality rate for passengers sitting in the rear (rear third) of the aircraft was 32% while the middle third and front third of the aircraft had a 39% and 38 percent mortality rate, respectively.

The FAA report further stated that the back/back middle seat of the aircraft was the best position with just a 28% fatality rate and that most experts say the rear of the plane is less dangerous than the front. According to a study conducted by Popular Mechanics, passengers sitting near the rear of the plane were 40% more likely to survive a crash than those in the front, compared to those in the middle of the plane’s rear seats, according to Time. The passengers in the seats had to suffer accidents. Highest chance of survival.

Train

Train travel is always full of thrill and excitement as not only do you meet fellow passengers from different backgrounds, but you also get to enjoy the beautiful view on the go. STR / AFP

Train travel is always full of thrill and excitement as not only do you meet fellow passengers from different backgrounds, but you also get to enjoy the beautiful view on the go.

Citing the laws of physics, some experts believe that if you get a seat in the middle of the train then it will be relatively safe. For example, a seat in the middle or central coaches, preferably 6th, 7th, or 8th is a good bet (if it is a 13-15 coach train).

This is because if a collision occurs from the front, the locomotive and some of the coaches from the front will have the greatest impact. Same goes for the collision from behind. Therefore, the middle/central compartment is immediately cushioned from both the front and rear.

Evaluation of reserved seat can be done on the basis of total number of trains.

“The safest place on a train during a crash is the center of the train,” says Mann, who was the lead author of the Federal Railway Safety Act in 1970.

car

We just love our cars and why not, they make everyday travel easy and smooth. Mostly we drive our own cars. When you’re in the driver’s seat, make sure the distance between your feet and the pedals is most comfortable to maneuver between the accelerator, brake, and clutch because you never know when you might need to brake. In addition, adjust the seat height for the best possible safe view.

When you are a passenger, always choose the rear seat behind the driver or in the middle as this part of the car has the least impact in the event of a front-to-front accident.

bus

Bus, one of the most preferred and economical public transport vehicles and often the most preferred. When you take a seat, it would be great if you were in the left seat (places where traffic moves to the left, like India) or the right seat (places where traffic moves to the right, like the USA). Located in the middle of the cabin, in the direction of travel, as they are further away from oncoming traffic than the rest.

Also, the first two rows in the direction of travel are at high risk because in the event of a hit, outside objects are very likely to break the windshield and fly into the seats closest to the entry point.

Similarly, the seats right next to the windows, doors and rear seats are sluggish when hit from behind.

mini bus

The minibus is a lovely and sturdy vehicle when the number of passengers is moderate, i.e. not too few or too many. It is almost the same as the bus, but given the smaller size here, you should go for seats that are located in the opposite direction or at the back in the direction of travel (if there is a face-to-face seat arrangement) as there are less sudden Your head is likely to hit the back of the seat as you apply the brakes.

The seat you should avoid is right next to the driver, just as in a car and next to windows and doors, pieces of glass and any other object can seriously injure you in the event of an accident.

trolleybus

There are many countries that run trolleybus systems and we never know when they may return to our country. (youtube)

In India, the trolleybus system operated in Delhi from 1935 to 1962 and the Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST), Mumbai operated trolleybuses from 1962 to 1971. There are many countries that run trolleybus systems and we never know when they will return to our country.

The point here is the selection of a safe seat in a trolleybus. Opt for seats in the right row on the aisle (in the case of right-hand driving) as oncoming transport moves on the left, and there is less chance of injury. Similarly the seats in the middle of the cabin are also considered secure with their backs facing the direction of travel.

God forbid, avoid seats next to windows and doors to avoid injuries from glass fragments in the event of a collision.

ship

Some experts refer to battens for the inside or middle cabins of the ship on the lower deck. (Twitter)

Sailing over the vast ocean is a tremendous experience. Besides comfort, safety should also be a priority when you are on a ship or cruise. Experts have different opinions and this is not without reason. Some experts refer to battens for the inside or middle cabins of the ship on the lower deck. It is recommended for those who want to feel the minimal ship movement.

Some experts recommend the deck and the cabin closest to it. Another school suggests upper decks and cabins as the last part of the ship to sink (god forbid). Avoid lower cabins as in adverse conditions water enters the lowest and later levels.

PS: The writing is for educational / informational purposes only and the information is collected from reliable sources. While it’s not always possible to get a seat, as mentioned here, that doesn’t mean you won’t be safe in other seats. In addition, studies are still underway to identify the safest place/seat in the mode of transport.

For more queries related to “Safe Seats”, consult experts in detail and clear all your doubts and apprehensions. Travel safe and enjoy it!


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