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You should never wave people across at pedestrian crossings because ______.

A there may be another vehicle coming

If people are waiting to use a pedestrian crossing, slow down and be prepared to stop. Don’t wave them across the road since another driver may, not have seen them, not have seen your signal and may not be able to stop safely.

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Crosswalks are an important feature of any roadway, as they provide a safe way for pedestrians to cross the street. Unfortunately, some people make the mistake of waving others across at pedestrian crossings without considering potential dangers. This is not only irresponsible but can also be dangerous and should never be done.

The most obvious danger when waving someone across at a pedestrian crossing is that it encourages them to take unnecessary risks while crossing the road. Even if you have checked both directions and there doesn’t appear to be any traffic coming through, this does not guarantee their safety in all circumstances; cars may come around corners quickly or even fail to stop when they should due to driver negligence or distraction from cell phones etc. This could result in serious injury or worse for those who are waved across by another person instead of waiting until it is safe themselves.

In addition, encouraging people with your wave sends out mixed messages about how pedestrians should behave on roads and can lead other drivers nearby into thinking that no one will use the crosswalk properly anyway – leading them into taking more risks than necessary too! It’s much better for everyone involved follow proper procedures when using roads to ensure everyone stays safe from harm during their journey; this means always waiting until it's clear before attempting a crossing yourself - don't rely on anyone else's judgement!



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