We’ve all seen that a great defense wins games. Driving defensively helps your team succeed. When you drive defensively, drivers, passengers and their cargo arrive safely.
The game plan for a defensive driver includes:
Recognizing hazardous driving situations.
Assuming other drivers will make mistakes.
Making adjustments if a hazard develops.
Looking ahead for approaching hazards.
Scanning the road before changing speed or direction.
Always using your turn signals.
How can you improve your defense?
Phone down, eyes on the road.
Increase following distance.
Be a valued part of your team and drive defensively!
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