• July

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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
    • March

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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
    • June

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      2018
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    Hydroplaning

    Hydroplaning

    Hydroplaning is when you lose traction because water gets between your tires and the road, leading to sliding and loss of control of your car. On a wet road, if you’re going too fast, your car will actually float on top of the water. When that happens, you can’t steer or brake. Often you don’t
    • May

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    Why Do We Have a Parking Brake?

    Why Do We Have a Parking Brake?

    If you don’t live in a hilly region, odds are you don’t often use your parking, or emergency brake. The parking brake helps keep the transmission in place while the car is parked in stopped, and puts a stronger hold than simply putting it in park. The brake bypasses the hydraulic braking system, stops the
    • March

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      2018
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    Blocked View When Turning

    Blocked View When Turning

    When preparing to turn right, we’ve all had a driver in the left lane pull forward and block our view. Or, maybe you’re getting ready to make that right turn, but you keep edging forward, only to block the view of the driver to your left. It happens all the time and it’s a hazard.
    • February

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    Turn Signals

    Turn Signals

    Have you ever been driving along, then notice that your turn signal is on? It happens to all of us. And sometimes it can be the cause of fender benders. When you notice other drivers with their turn signal on, slow down. If they don’t turn at the next corner odds are they don’t realize

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