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How can you assess whether you are not looking far enough ahead when you drive?

Dana Keller

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Ramon Kelly on August 14, 2018

The answer is "to make frequent quick stops".In case you are driving not far off, clearly looking through the windshield, however, I would say you are looking far enough? Looking ahead 12 to 15 seconds gives a strong preferred point of view, just keep in mind to see the vehicles closer to you also. Looking forward, you will have the ability to: See vehicles traveling on the thruway, on their way or money. Look for the brake lights and have the ability to modify their speed appropriately. Get ready for the slopes and curves, or any other thing that you can expect you back off or change to another lane. The time of the traffic lights with the goal that you are not trying to race from a rancid green to allow yourself an opportunity to step back and stop for the red light. Above all, looking far enough will allow you to maintain a strategic distance from accidents.

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