Driver Safety Tip #01 - 3 Second Rule

New or even older drivers should use the 3 second rule to know exactly how much distance to keep between their car and the car in front of them.

This is a good way to be prepared if at anytime the car infront stops suddenly from an accident, pedestrian or road debris.

This video discuss how to use the 3 second rule in a practical setting and additional safety considerations.

Driver Safety Tip #01 - 3 Second Rule

Driver Safety Tip #01 - 3 Second Rule
  1. Driver Safety Tip #01 - 3 Second Rule

    Driver Safety Tip #01 - 3 Second Rule

  2. Driver Safety Tip #02 - School Zones

    Driver Safety Tip #02 - School Zones

  3. Driver Safety Tip #04 - Intersections

    Driver Safety Tip #04 - Intersections

  4. Driver Safety Tip #05 - Mid Afternoon Fatigue

    Driver Safety Tip #05 - Mid Afternoon Fatigue

  5. Driver Safety Tip #06 - Looking Ahead

    Driver Safety Tip #06 - Looking Ahead

  6. Driver Safety Tip #07 - Braking

    Driver Safety Tip #07 - Braking

  7. Driver Safety Tip #08 - Distractions

    Driver Safety Tip #08 - Distractions

  8. Driver Safety Tip #09 - Rural Driving

    Driver Safety Tip #09 - Rural Driving

  9. Driver Safety Tip #11 - Tyres

    Driver Safety Tip #11 - Tyres

  10. Driver Safety Tip #12 - Sharing The Road

    Driver Safety Tip #12 - Sharing The Road