There are many types of road conditions that affect a good drive. Some of them range from being hazardous to those which are relatively less difficult.
As a great practice and history would tell you, it is best to avoid hazardous road conditions by acting on the side of prudence—either by avoiding the highway subjected to these hazardous road conditions or not driving at all.
But when faced with a hazardous condition, it is important that these conditions be reported immediately so that the other motorists are warned, and the proper authorities can be alerted. These hazardous road conditions include a bid dead animal blocking good traffic flow, a malfunctioning stop sign or traffic signal, effects obstructing traffic such as motorist materials, and big trees. The presence of these conditions endanger the safety of the motorists and thus require immediate attention.
While not being particularly dangerous, it is also best that other road conditions be reported immediately so that attention can be attended to. Examples of these less dangerous road conditions include potholes, missing road signs, vandalized road signs, less serious highway obstruction.
The motorist can help their fellow motorists by reporting these pressing road conditions. This practice is very helpful as the next life you save can be that of a loved one.