3D Defensive Driving

Defensive Driving Traffic Safety Tips

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Driving on Hills

Pick a path for best traction and build speed gradually when approaching a hill. If there are vehicles sliding backwards or spinning their wheels, pick a path that will give your vehicle the best traction.

When toping the crest of a hill begin the decent slowly. If the downhill slope is enough to accellerate your vehicle above an unsafe speed, shift into a lower gear to allow the engine drag to control your speed. This will help avoid prolonged use and overheating of your brakes.