Hearing and Defensive Driving

 

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Importance of Hearing - Defensive Driving Class

People cannot hear well if music is blaring. Keep your sound turned down so you and others can listen to the road. Never wear earphones while driving.  You may even want to keep one window partly open so you can hear.

 

As you age, hearing problems develop slightly over time.  Have your hearing checked, and make needed adjustments so you can hear in traffic.

 
Hearing is an important sense that can help prevent traffic accidents. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, over 80% of vehicle crashes involve some form of driver inattention. Rumble strips, also known as rumble strips, are a useful safety device that can help reduce the number of traffic accidents caused by inattention.

 

Rumble strips are grooves cut into the pavement to create an audible warning when vehicles cross the line or when the vehicle is veering off the road. They are typically used on the edges of roads, in the centerline of roads, or on the approach to intersections. The rumble created by the strips helps alert drivers to a potential hazard and can help them regain control of their vehicle.

 

Rumble strips are also effective at reducing the number of wrong-way drivers on roadways. Wrong-way drivers are one of the most dangerous types of drivers, as they can cause devastating head-on collisions. Rumble strips are loud enough to alert wrong-way drivers to the danger of their situation and help them get back on the right track.

 

When properly implemented, rumble strips can be an effective tool in helping to reduce the number of traffic accidents on roadways. By creating an audible warning for drivers, rumble strips can help alert drivers to potential hazards and help them regain control of their vehicle. Rumble strips are also effective in reducing the number of wrong-way drivers on the road.

 

In order to be effective, rumble strips must be properly installed, maintained, and operated. The rumble created by the strips should be loud enough to alert drivers to potential hazards but not too loud to be a nuisance to surrounding homes and businesses. Additionally, rumble strips should be inspected regularly for damage and replaced as necessary.

 

Overall, rumble strips are an important safety device that can help reduce the number of traffic accidents caused by driver inattention. The audible warning created by the strips can alert drivers to potential hazards and help them regain control of their vehicle. In order to be effective, rumble strips should be properly installed, maintained, and operated. By taking the necessary steps to ensure that rumble strips are in good working order, drivers can help make roadways safer for everyone.

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