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Intersections: Strategies for Reducing Risk
If you’re driving toward the intersection, take note of the pedestrian countdown clock as you approach the intersection.
If only a few seconds remain focused on the countdown clock, it is safe to assume that a yellow light (and two or three seconds later, a red light) will appear.
As you reach the intersection, take your foot off the accelerator and let your foot hover above the brake pedal so that you are prepared to stop if needed.
This technique is called “covering the brake.”
By covering the brake, you reduce your reaction time and increase the likelihood that you will stop your car before striking a hazard.
If the traffic light in your direction changes to green, check left, right, and left again to ensure that cross-traffic has stopped before you enter the intersection.
Checking for cross-traffic takes only a couple seconds, and it could help you avoid a serious “T-bone” side-impact collision.