Get you to your destination much faster and safer.
Increase your chances of an accident.
Help prevent traffic congestion.
Not assume the other driver will make space for you to return to your lane.
Assume the other driver will let you pass if you use your turn signal.
Assume the other driver will maintain a constant speed.
65 MPH or less.
70 MPH or less.
75 MPH or less.
On the side of the freeway in an emergency.
Next to a red painted curb.
Within 100 feet of an elementary school
Stay out of the intersection until traffic clears.
Enter the intersection and wait until traffic clears.
Merge into another lane and try to go around the traffic.
Stop first and then proceed when it is safe.
Stop before entering the right lane and let all other traffic go first.
Slow down or stop, if necessary, and then make the turn.
Only during school hours
Unless you do not see any children present.
At all times.
They are eliminated if you have one outside mirror on each side of the vehicle.
Large trucks have bigger blind spots than most passenger vehicles.
Blind spots can be checked by looking in your rear view mirrors.
At or near the same speed as the traffic on the freeway.
5 to 10 MPH slower than the traffic on the freeway.
The posted speed limit for traffic on the freeway.