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    Driving in Construction Zones

    When driving in a construction zone slow down to the adjusted work zone speed limit displayed on signs. Lanes will often be closed or shifted, including turn lanes at intersections. So be cautious, look and read the signs and watch out for workers. Many construction zones will have flaggers guiding traffic when only one lane
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    Best Driving Practices for Using the Left Lane

    Best Driving Practices for Using the Left Lane

    When it comes to the use of the left lane on highways, common practice is treating the left lane as a passing lane. And in some States, this is the law. The left lane is typically reserved for faster moving traffic and for passing traffic on the right. So those driving in the left lane
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    Merging Lanes Safely

    Merging Lanes Safely

    When a lane is ending and merging with another lane, the car that has the right of way is the car in the through lane or the lane that is not ending. The drivers and the lane that is closing should yield to the drivers and the through lane when trying to merge and should
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    How to Handle Hydroplaning

    How to Handle Hydroplaning

    The worst danger of driving in heavy rain is hydroplaning. Hydroplaning is what happens when your car loses traction due to a large buildup of water under the tires. Usually your tire treads can channel their way through the water in front of them and keep in contact with the surface of the road. When
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    Adjusting Rear and Side Mirrors

    Adjusting Rear and Side Mirrors

    If you’ve been driving for a long time, you’ve likely gotten a bit set in your ways in terms of driving habits. One of the most common is to set your mirrors incorrectly. If you can see your car in your side mirrors, you’re missing a big blind spot that’s critical to making safe lane
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    Maintaining a Safe Following Distance

    Maintaining a Safe Following Distance

    Source: http://www.smartmotorist.com/traffic-and-safety-guideline/maintain-a-safe-following-distance-the-3-second-rule.html Good Weather – During daylight with good, dry roads and low traffic volume, you can ensure you’re a safe distance from the car ahead of you by following the “three-second rule.” The distance changes at different speeds. To determine the a safe following distance, first select a fixed object on the road ahead such as a

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