One of the biggest problems in driving is whether there is a rear end. Sometimes it's OK to drive by yourself, but you can't control others. If you are rear ended, you will be very depressed. That old driver is going to teach you some tips about driving for 20 years without being chased. Let's learn it quickly.
How to drive for 20 years without tailgating or being tailed
"Ten accidents, nine tailgating" shows that tailgating is one of the most common traffic accidents. Although it is very common, the main driver should pay attention to the following points when driving, which can basically prevent being tailed or tailed.
1. Stagger the line of sight
In urban areas, there are a lot of driving and traffic flow, so it is necessary to keep the vehicle away from the front and back of the vehicle as much as possible, and it should be left or right. In this way, it can not only better see the situation of the car in front, but also observe the driving situation of the car in front, so as to make early warning in advance. In addition, it can make the rear car better observe the situation of its own vehicle, which is conducive to avoid being chased by the rear car.
2. Remind the rear car
In the process of driving, if it is observed that the rear car is too close to each other, it can be used to light the brake, turn on the double flash or turn on the periodic brake light to remind the rear car to keep a safe distance, so as to avoid being chased by the rear car.
3. Reasonable use of snub
When braking, do not directly step on the brake to the end, and properly use the 'snub'. The purpose of doing this is to remind the rear car to pay attention, and provide enough reaction time and buffer distance for the rear car brake, so as to avoid being chased by the rear car.
4. Keep a good distance
Keep a good distance between cars. No matter the distance between the front car and the back car, it is necessary to keep a safe distance. The front car distance control is relatively simple, so how to control the rear car distance? This requires the driver to know how to look at the rear-view mirror, confirm the distance and position between the car and the rear car, and use light brake, double flashing or periodic bright brake light to remind the rear car to keep the rear car close.
How to drive to avoid blind area
When it comes to blind areas, the first reaction of car owners must be the positions in front of the car, behind the car that can't be seen by people's eyes or with the help of external rear-view mirrors. Once children jump into these areas, it will often lead to disasters. In fact, in addition to this, there are blind areas of A-pillar and inner wheel difference caused by the body structure, blind areas of overtaking and parking caused by driving skills, etc. no matter children or adults, if they enter these areas carelessly, they are easily injured by the driving vehicle. This issue will discuss how to eliminate the hidden dangers of literacy.
Special blind area of rear-view mirror: discontinuous lane change, multi view rear-view mirror
When turning right or left, when the turning angle is large or the lane is changed for more than two times continuously, the car coming from the back lane can not be seen clearly through the rear-view mirror. At this time, a 'blind area of rear-view mirror' is formed, which is more likely to happen on the highway with wide road surface. Therefore, it is recommended that car owners often observe the rear-view mirror when maintaining normal driving, and master the situation behind the car at any time. If the vehicle behind disappears suddenly, it is likely to have entered the blind area. Be careful.
Blind area of A-pillar: it can be avoided by watching more slowly
Generally, there are three pillars on both sides of the car, and the inclined pillars on both sides of the windshield are called a pillars. Before the vehicle turns or enters the curve, the owner's vision will be partially blocked by the A-pillar, resulting in a blind area of vision. Now many vehicles are equipped with intelligent safety systems. As long as there are vehicles or people entering the blind spot of the front A-pillar, there will be a warning. For some vehicles without intelligent safety systems, the owners should pay more attention to the road conditions ahead and slow down the speed.
Blind area of inner wheel difference: pay attention to pedestrians at street corner and enlarge turning radius
The so-called inner wheel difference refers to the difference between the turning radius of the front inner wheel and the turning radius of the rear inner wheel when the vehicle is turning. This area is the blind area of the owner's vision. For large vehicles with long bodies such as trucks and buses, the blind area of 'inner and outer wheel difference' becomes the 'dead zone' before the long body turns completely. Generally, the trolley will produce an inner wheel difference of nearly 1 meter, and the cart will produce an inner wheel difference of up to 2 meters. Therefore, when turning, pay attention to the pedestrians standing at the corner, especially the pedestrians close to the vehicles. If the pedestrians are found, they should enlarge their turning radius, and honk their horns to remind the pedestrians to pay attention to it. After confirming the safety, they should carefully complete the turning.
Blind area of Overtaking: overtaking and looking at the front and the rear
Whether overtaking the front car or meeting the opposite car, the car owner often can't see the situation of the front car or the front and back of the car, especially when overtaking the bus and other large vehicles, the overtaking blind area is larger.
When overtaking a vehicle traveling in the same direction, you must pay attention to the front of the vehicle, because it seems that the slow vehicle may be avoiding pedestrians; when meeting with the opposite vehicle, you need to pay attention to the rear of the vehicle, because this area may also suddenly jump out of the pedestrian crossing the road, at this time, if you accelerate the overtaking, it is likely to hit the pedestrian.
Parking blind area: select parking area carefully, and ask someone to command
When parking, because the two sides are close to other vehicles, the blind area of rear vision is larger, and the lower the seat is, the larger the blind area is. Therefore, try not to choose to park in a narrow place. If you have to do so, please ask someone else to help you park.
Blind area of mountain road: there are many bends in the mountain road, slow down and honk before passing the bend
The mountain road is rugged, narrow and has many blind areas. Many seemingly ordinary turns are actually continuous S-shaped curves. It is likely that a reckless vehicle will rush out of the curve. In addition, when encountering a head up slope (that is, the slope ahead is very steep), the front is also a large blind area. Therefore, when driving on mountain roads, you must pay more attention to the warning signs on the side of the road, and you'd better honk your horn when passing the curve; moreover, when driving on the curve, you should pay more attention to controlling the speed and try to drive on the right side of the lane.
Light blind area: do not follow the car too close when driving out of the tunnel or at night
When driving out of the tunnel, the driver's eyes will turn black because of the sudden brightness of the light which is not suitable for the moment, and then there will be a short visual blind area. Similarly, when driving at night, the driver's eyes are easily stimulated by various lights, the range of vision is limited, and the blind area is also easy to occur. So don't get too close to the car when you get out of the tunnel or at night.
For these blind areas, in addition to subjective improvement in driving technology, we can also choose 'literacy' equipment, such as reversing radar, reversing image, wide field rearview mirror (or add a small circular mirror on the rearview mirror), panoramic vision system, blind area auxiliary system, etc., 'technology' may really be able to achieve the '0' blind area of vision.
Born when reversing. This is because when reversing, drivers tend to turn their heads and look back. In this way, it's easy to turn the left and right upside down. When the left and right are turned upside down, the accelerator is mistaken for the brake. Therefore, the novice should pay attention to and slowly reverse. Generally, he is half stepping on the brake to reverse, which is not easy to cause problems.