3D Defensive Driving

Defensive Driving Traffic Safety Tips

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Physiological Effects



The ability to divide attention between two or more sources of visual information is a basic requirement of safe driving. Drivers must perform two major tasks: (1) maintain their vehicles in the proper lane and direction (a tracking task), and (2) monitor the driving environment for vital information, such as vehicles, traffic signals, pedestrians, and other important events (a search and recognition task). Because these tasks must be performed concurrently, they require the division of attention.

If you think alcohol may have affected your ability to drive safely then DO NOT GET BEHIND THE WHEEL! Get a cab, get a friend to drive you home, or wait until the alcohol no longer affects your ability.