Toolbox Talk: Adverse Driving Conditions
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The defensive driver assumes that other drivers will make mistakes and is cautious and on guard, planning ahead in the event an error is made. Defensive driving consists of two very important elements: driving skill and good judgment. Failure to adjust to adverse conditions is a major factor in accident causation.
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