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Defensive driving involves a bit of paranoia. Just a bit.
"... A rider's mind should always be working, analyzing the surrounding area and making quick connections. For example, approaching a pedestrian crossing on the 3rd lane and seeing the cars in lanes 2 and 1 slowing down, means that someone is about to cross the street, so obviously you should back off the gas and slow, too. It works the same in bus stations and other similar places: you can really be a bit judgemental and assume the worst: being prepared for a worst-case scenar..." Continue Reading →
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