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HAZARDS AHEAD

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HAZARDS AHEAD

Driver training specialist IAM Drive & Survive is offering weekly motoring tips to drivers from its head of training, Simon Elstow. This week he is advising on identifying hazards. Anticipate hazards and spot them earlier. In doing so, you will be able to avoid any potential dangers. Think about what might happen. Junction warning signs […]

Driver training specialist IAM Drive & Survive is offering weekly motoring tips to drivers from its head of training, Simon Elstow. This week he is advising on identifying hazards.

  • Anticipate hazards and spot them earlier. In doing so, you will be able to avoid any potential dangers.
  • Think about what might happen. Junction warning signs give early notice that a driver may be waiting to pull out ahead. Most warning signs for junctions indicate that a serious road traffic incident has occurred there.
  • Observe others. Expect and plan for their actions.
  • Use your mirrors so that you are aware of what is going on around you.
  • Remember, hazards can include bends and junctions. Expect that there may be a car peeping or a cyclist around the bend, this will allow you enough time to respond safely.

Elstow said: “Hazards can be anything from a tree branch to a child walking along the pavement. Anticipating what other road users might do is key to being prepared and becoming a safer driver.”

Gerald Ferreira

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Published : Friday February 17, 2012

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