How to Prevent Rear End Collisions

Did you know that when you are stopped at a stop sign, red light or even sitting in traffic, you should always be able to see the back two tires of the vehicle in front of you touching the ground.

This is going to allow enough space between you and the other car to exit if needed. 

Check out video segment #3: Rear End Collisions 

In this video learn how you can prevent being rear ended. 

 

This information comes from DriveSafeRideSafe’s newest
classroom video. – “Anatomy of a Car Crash”

We have created   “Anatomy of a Car Crash” DVD to  help support  Driver Ed instructors  in their mission to create smarter, more intuitive drivers.

Veteran Crash Investigator & Driver Training Expert Mike Pehl gets down to the nitty-gritty of real world car crash dynamics in a new DVD.

In a total of 21 separate videos, Pehl explains collisions from both an engineering perspective and the viewpoint of a driver.

Using footage from a crash test facility, dash-cam videos and compelling stories, Pehl provides practical defensive driving strategies and fascinating insights that students can put into action to protect themselves behind the wheel and on the road.

All 21 videos can be played individually, or as one continuous presentation. Total running time is 71 minutes.

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