When avoiding a head
on collision it's important to remember the four R's.
Your reaction to
a sudden dangerous situation on the highway can help you
avoid the most dangerous thing you will most likely do on
a regular basis.
Read the road ahead.
Are there sharp curves, heavy traffic or pedestrians coming
up? It's all about being prepared. Be observant when approaching
intersections. Keep a lookout for drivers that aren't slowing
may run a stop sign or red light.
When traveling on
a four lane highway the safest lane is usually the right
lane. If there are 3 or more lanes the middle lanes are
more safe since you won't have to deal with as much merging