Important! Space Management And Defensive Driving
Firstly, cars are moving things and can be timed. Time things so that you are not driving in the blind spot of another vehicle, nor right beside them. These situations are dangerous because drivers do not have escape routes (extra space) and possibly can…
Driving Question: What’s The Difference Between Green Light and Straight Green Arrow?
Ah, Good question! This green arrow simply means that you have to go straight; in other words do not turn left or right. If you have a regular green light you may be allowed to turn from the lane at the intersection. It’s kind of…
Avoid Checking for Pulse with Your Thumb! It has It’s Own!
I think this is common knowledge but you never know. I hope that you never have to check the pulse of anyone; but if you do, do not use your thumb as it does have its own pulse. FYI!
Epic Guide To Turning Right on a Red Light When Driving
Question: Say I’m coming to a intersection and making a right turn on red. After stopping at the stop line can I slowly start to creep forward? Can I slowly start to turn the car to the right? Or must I stay behind the stop…
Turning Around While Driving : 2-Point Turns
2-point turns: one of the many ways of turning around if you find yourself going in the wrong direction Whenever reversing, try to eliminate any extra backing up. Reversing is generally not as safe as going forwards due to the reduced visibility &…
Driving At 2 Way Stops: Why Do I Have to Stop Behind the White Line?
Legally we must completely stop with the front of the vehicle behind the white line. But why? One of the reasons is pedestrians. Since – generally speaking – every intersection is a legal crosswalk, drivers must stop completely and look both ways for…
Why Do We Yield to the Right – Not the Left – When Driving?
Why do we yield to the right and not the left? Why, Why, WHY!? For example, say you have a 4-way stop and these two vehicles stop at the same time, and both want to go straight. If we yield to…
Vehicle Colour and Collision Statistics
Did you know that the colour of your car could have an affect on your risk of a collision? Research has been varied and generally inconclusive and/or unavailable in Canada, but several common trends have been noted in different studies: Black Cars …
How To Tell If The Traffic Light Will Change To Yellow Soon When Driving
Fresh Green Traffic Light A Fresh light is a green light you know for sure is going to stay green. The only way to be 100% certain is to see the pedestrian “Walk” signal advising the pedestrians that they may start walking across the…
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