In the shocking video below, you will see ghastly accidents that would have been prevented if only a driver or passenger had taken a second to look before opening their car door. Let’s be properly guided, please.
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Hello folks, today we will be looking at MELT in our bid to get you to drive safer for your sake and for the sake of your loved ones.
MELT: This is short for Minimum Eye Lead Time. In urban areas, you should be scanning the road 12-15 seconds ahead – or about one city block. On the highway, it’s 20-30 seconds – or as far as the eye can see. Vision is a driver’s first line of defence, and it’s always better to anticipate hazards rather than react to them.
Hello folks! Today we are discussing how to survive accidents. Accidents happen a lot to people that own cars but because it isn’t a good thing, we must learn tips to minimize the chances that we will experience one and learn how to increase survival chances if one does happen. So I have some tips and a link here that get to the point. Read on, and have a great day.
God forbid, but if an accident appears imminent, you need to respond quickly but smoothly. Vehicles of all types respond better to smooth steering and braking inputs.
1. Choose your course of action. You need to decide what combination of steering, braking and accelerating will best serve to avoid or minimize the harm from an accident.
2. Steer smoothly. – Very jerky motions of the steering wheel, especially with heavy vehicles or those with light rear ends (e.g., pickup trucks) are likely to lead to skids.
3. Accelerate if needed. Although it seems counter-intuitive, sometimes the best way to avoid an accident is to speed up and get out of the way. Continue reading “Over 12 Ways To Survive Accidents”