What is defensive driving?

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Asked at 2012-02-29 08:14:37
What is defensive driving ?
Answer1HarolAnswered at 2012-03-01 11:29:55
opposite to the driving offense
Defensive driving always have to anticipate
for example , you should stay at about 3 car lengths behind the car in front of you
and broke it early before the light turns red
Answer2Jack Tequila Answered at 2012-03-12 02:40:35
this means that while you are driving you are aware of all the possible people around him, and what it could do harm that may have to react in his car .... for example, to

stop quickly, hit the road , turn
Answer3BevalAnswered at 2012-03-28 21:19:15
that means you are assuming that all drivers on the road will be worse than you, and possibly doing something illegal , you cut , speed, etc. cause an accident. Because you know this, you must be very careful, and AWARE that everyone else on the road to see for yourself. That's what it means to be "defense".
Answer4RicardaAnswered at 2012-04-11 22:07:45
That you are aware of your surroundings and prepared for the worst. The fact that you can drive does not mean that everyone else on the planet possible.
Answer5BenjaminAnswered at 2012-04-23 19:34:38
Defensive driving is anticipating what will happen. Ex - you approach a street and see a car ... anticipated slowdown in the driver 's out in front of you is to drive defensively. Also, if you see a person going to change lanes with an ignition signal , delaying allowing them to safely change is defensive driving ...
Answer6nameeterAnswered at 2012-05-04 03:49:41
When a car is about to hit you , but you hit ground and first
Answer7ravAnswered at 2012-08-05 19:27:02
driving with smart driving skills
be aware of your surroundings

possible dangers as in you do not drive in other peoples blind spots
if someone does change lanes into you , know that you are
a) hit him
b ) attains its brakes
c ) have room to change lanes and brake to avoid collision
stops at a corner to turn left and it is expected that traffic to clear so you can make your turn, and
while you are waiting for you DO NOT turn the wheels, so if you get rear ended you arent pushed into the oncoming traffic

defense courses are definitely worth the money even if you do not get an insurance discount
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