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Rural Driving: Faster Speeds and Fewer Traffic Signs
Rural, two-lane roads and rural, multi-lane roads often have speeds posted at 55, 65, or 70 mph.
When two cars collide at higher speeds, the force of impact is more severe, thus increasing the chances that vehicle occupants could be injured or killed.
In addition, fewer stop signs and traffic control signals make it easier for drivers to pick up speed without realizing how fast they are traveling.
When you see a car approaching in the opposite direction, move a few inches toward the right side of your lane (without driving onto the shoulder).
Leaving a few additional inches of space provides a “space cushion” that gives you additional protection against a car drifting into your lane and striking you in a head-on collision.