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When driving, always keep your eyes moving. This statement means to: scan the road for potential hazards. take a quick glance, then return your sight to the front. take a quick look every 5-10 seconds (mirrors, speedometer, gas gauge). all of the above are correct.

Justin Parker

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Kathy Robinson on February 20, 2018

The correct answer is D. All of the above are correct. When driving, the driver can't keep his eyes on one part of the road or in the car. Looking for information for the view is known as visual perception and consists in the use of the Central vision and peripheral vision. - The central vision covers a very small range of vision, but it is very strong and allows us to make judgments of distance and the comprehension while driving. - The peripheral vision is not very strong, but is more sensitive to light and movement, so that allows us to detect the most important situations on the road, as a car approaching on the side. I hope this information can help.

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