What is selective seeing in driving?
What IPDE means?
What is one of the three functions of the focus vision area of a driver?
What are the three most important actions you can take to avoid conflict while driving?
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- Aim high in steering.
- Keep your eyes moving.
- Get the big picture.
- Make sure others see you.
- Leave yourself an “out”
Which capability is most important to safe driving?
What is low risk driving?
What is ground viewing?
When your visibility is reduced you should?
Why it is important that drivers identify and not see what is around them?
How do you employ good visual search while driving?
When you employ a good visual search pattern while driving you will?
What is visual range in driving?
What does it mean to perform a systematic visual search while driving?
What is visual lead time in driving?
Why is visual driving important?
Peripheral vision is very important for driving because people need to see objects at their sides, process them and decide how to respond to them while still looking ahead. Someone with poor peripheral vision is at risk of brushing objects by his sides while driving.
What is field of vision?
What are the 3 types of vision in driving?
- Central vision.
- Peripheral or side vision.