Potential hazards in this neighborhood include driveways connecting to the road, children at play, electrical poles, and incoming vehicles. To minimize someone's risk driving around this area, they should drive slower and be attentive of pedestrians, children, animals, and other vehicles.
Hazards in this area include sharp turns and curbs, pedestrians, and close vehicles, since the street is narrow. Minimizing the risk of injury or damage include slowing down to 15 mph at most, checking all ways other vehicles or pedestrians could pass, know which streets are one way streets, and stay on the right side of the street/ allow space for incoming vehicles to pass by.
In the picture above, the vehicle is at the DMV and it is dark outside. Therefore, the driver would have to be cautious of other vehicles without their lights on, pedestrians, and other obstacles in the road. They also have to be careful how they park their car, so that they don't damage the car or any of the furniture inside the DMV. They could slow down, turn on headlights, and wait for the person at the DMV to let them through.