Entry from British & World English dictionary
noun[mass noun] British
A person’s capacity for safe behaviour on the road, especially in traffic.
- But the experience convinced me that testing people's road sense in a safe environment is a good idea.
- The club, which exists to promote road safety, marks its competitors on signals, positioning and general road sense as they tackled normal hazards such as traffic lights, junctions and roundabouts.
- It doesn't matter if the way they behave causes more traffic jams - they will disregard road sense and disobey the rules constantly.
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