| | Rules of Defensive Driving
Advanced Driving or better known as defensive driving is a more advanced kind of training that motor automobile drivers can take, through and above the mastery of the rules of the road, and the simple mechanics of driving. Its ambition is to decrease the risk of driving by proactively avoiding prejudicial situations, despite dangerous conditions and/or the incorrect actions of others. This might be achieved by ways of adherence to a diversity of general-purpose rules, and the practice of special driving methods.
Here are some those methods, and words about them:
1. Traffic Rules : Respect all the driving rules that your country's legislation has.
2. Pay Attention : A moving automobile develops thousands of foot-pounds of energy. You as a driver have the duty not to use that energy to injure or kill others, or hurt their property.
3. Do Not Trust Anybody : We have met the enemy and he has us. You can never rely on what the other driver will do. Think back to all the mistakes you have generated while driving through the years.
4. Do Not speed : Driving at a higher than reasonable speed elevates your risk in two ways, it cuts your reaction time and results in more "stored" energy that must be dissipating in any collision.
5. Drive Precisely : Sloppy driving breeds mishaps! Most people realizes the fundamentals of the traffic laws, signaling, proper lane position for turns, turning into the proper lanes, complying with traffic signs like "No U-Turns," "No right switch on red," etc.,