Avoiding Rear-End Collisions – Large Vehicles (US)
Rear-end collisions can be very serious since the vehicle that is struck from behind is usually stopped or moving very slowly. The potential for catastrophe is even greater when the vehicle in motion is a large truck and the vehicle that is struck is a smaller vehicle such as an automobile. This course focuses on the common causes of rear-end collisions and what drivers of large vehicles can do to reduce the risk of being involved in such a collision.
List the six major factors that contribute to rear-end collisions; State what you can do to avoid colliding with a vehicle in front of you; Describe how you can reduce the risk of another vehicle colliding with yours from the rear
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