Defensive driving is a set of techniques that can help drivers anticipate and prevent potential hazards on the road. These techniques can include:
This involves keeping your eyes moving and looking for potential hazards such as construction, traffic, and weather conditions.
This means paying attention to other vehicles on the road and anticipating their actions. This can help you react quickly if another driver makes a sudden move.
This rule states that you should maintain at least two seconds of following distance between you and the car in front of you. This can give you more time to react if the vehicle in front of you makes a sudden stop.
This means keeping your attention on the road and avoiding distractions such as using your phone, eating, etc.
This means being ready for sudden changes in traffic flow or road conditions, such as a car changing lanes or a child running into the street.
This means using your turn signals to indicate when you will make a turn or change lanes. This can help other drivers anticipate your actions.
This means staying in your lane and not weaving in and out of traffic. This can help you avoid collisions with other vehicles.
This means being ready for adverse weather conditions such as rain, snow, or fog and adjusting your driving accordingly.
Following these defensive driving techniques can help keep yourself and other drivers safe on the road. Remember, defensive driving is not only about obeying traffic laws but also about being alert and anticipating potential hazards.
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