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

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  1.  You can never find the street where you need to turn.
  2.  You have to make frequent, quick stops.
  3.  A 3-5 second visual lead is not enough.
  4.  You find yourself distracted by other drivers.

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2. You have to make frequent, quick stops.

We can assess whether you are not looking far enough ahead when you drive whenever you have to make frequent, quick stops.


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While driving one important thing to keep in mind is that you keep a check on the road with your vision straightened out long enough that you can prevent any accidents. This means you should not just look at the car in front of you, but instead have a clear view of it for about 10 to 15 seconds of your drive.

This is one of the most important points of safe driving and will help you avoid any potential road accidents.

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