There are many dangers lurking while driving on a dirt road.
Adjust your speed to conditions but you should not drive more than 80km/h during good daylight conditions.
Do slow down for oncoming vehicles and move to the left as far as it is safe to do. This will reduce broken windscreens, paint chips and dust. Do have your headlights on at all times
Driving in dusty conditions – Dust can be caused from strong winds and driving on unsealed roads. These conditions can reduce your visibility on the road. If you are driving through dusty conditions: – pull over, stop and wait for the dust to settle, turn on your lights so other vehicles can see you.