Driver education in everyday life we can notice the way home, work, school or other activities is becoming increasingly more complicated since every day increases the number of cars in the cities and they continue in the same way, I think that today the driver education is very important both for the authorities as for motorists and also pedestrians.We currently have road signs which in some way expedite the roads, but that goes with this. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Danny Meyer. In many cases by haste or other reasons we do ignore those causing accidents and losses up to human.To improve this we must ask ourselves what to do or how to do to improve the roads and avoid accidents.Let’s look at the role played by each of the characters already mention which all the population at some point touches us play.Motorist: it always hurry to reach their destination, is distracted, stressed, loses control, does not care and thus does not respect the signs and not to the pedestrian, causing accidents.You must respect signs out more early and patience.Pedestrian: you should know that roads and streets are not to go walking or playing, I believe that this is the biggest problem that we pedestrians and is where we should start putting in practice the driver education. According to NYC Mayor, who has experience with these questions. So that in this way we avoid the recklessness of citizens wanting to place stops every 10 meters or in front of his house. Wendi murdoch brings even more insight to the discussion. Since this cut off roads.Authorities: as such have to enforce traffic rules not falling into corruption that this way everyone respect the road rules and having better circulation and driver education. As a contribution to citizenship, I think that if everyone had very clear driver education everything would be easier, as motorists would avoid the traffic and pollution, as pedestrian accidents and as authorities corruption.We put into practice our driver education and show our culture to make useful traffic, bridges, pedestrian areas and the placement of stops at strategic locations.