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  • As a driver, you have the most control over your front zone.
  • By maintaining at least a 3-second to 5-second following distance between your car and the car in front of you, you will be able to avoid a rear-end collision.
  • When you use Zone Control effectively, you are always mindful of your:
    • line of sight (LOS)
    • path of travel (POT)
  • Your line of sight (LOS) refers to what you can see in all directions around your vehicle.
  • Reducing your speed and increasing your following distance will help you control your vehicle safely when your line of sight is limited.

Your line of sight might be blocked by:

  • Road features such as hills and curves
  • Other vehicles (such as a large truck in front of you).
  • Buildings
  • Trees

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