A split-second change of lanes could cause you a big delay.
Many avoidable accidents happen during lane changing maneuvers. When changing lanes at highway speeds, a mishap can easily spell death for you, your passengers and those riding in other vehicles involved in the crash.
- When you are changing lanes, make sure that your lane change will not cause you to end up behind a vehicle without sufficient distance between you.
- Make sure as you change lanes that another vehicle is not attempting to move into the same space.
- Make sure that your lane change does not cause a person behind you to have to slam on their brakes or take evasive action to avoid a collision with you or another vehicle as a result of your lane change.
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