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  1. jrharv says:

    I always look ahead for escape routes, I often merge well before the triangle because I read signs constantly. Sadly all of my skill and experience was unable to prevent my car hydroplaning into a hwy jersey barrier. Do you have a hydroplaning collision article? Correcting my skid sent me into a spin. Car is total loss. No word on settlement yet.

  2. Ellen Cusack says:

    I took a YD course over 25 years ago and that one rule of checking your mirrors has saved my hide more than once or twice. It is always good to know what is going on all around you all the time, you just never know when it make get crazy and you need to think fast.

  1. October 28, 2014

    […] Once you notice the larger vehicle is approaching from behind, you could begin to creep forward and drift to either side of your lane. Once you’re in that position, you’re now able to see through your side mirror to know if you need to get out of the way of a multiple vehicle collision. In order to be able to creep forward, you should leave extra space in front while stopped. More information of that technique can be foundhere. […]

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