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  • Similarly, if a driver’s coordination is impaired, he or she would not be able to steer smoothly through turns and could end up colliding with the curb, a pedestrian, or another car.
  • When a driver suffers from impaired depth perception, he doesn’t recognize the car in front of him is only a few feet away rather than a half-block away. As a result, the prospect of a rear-end collision increases dramatically.

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