Slow-Moving Vehicles: Strategies for Reducing Risk
- One of the most-dangerous situations between a slow-moving vehicle and a motorist occurs when a motorist tries to pass a slow-moving vehicle that is turning.
- Although the tractor might look like it is moving to the right side of the road to let cars pass, it actually might be preparing to make a left turn.
- By scanning the road, an automobile driver can identify potential areas where a tractor might turn.
- If you see a side road, path, or paved area over a drainage ditch, anticipate that the tractor’s operator might plan to take that route to reach a field.