- Nov 14, 2005
- Suzuki Swift 1.3 2006
No, but you can predict/assume what the driver will do. Making yourself heard, or noticed by other drivers on the road can also help to reduce possible accidents.
I've never had a problem passing ppl from their blindspots or failed to stop in time. So according to your logic, my clairvoyance must have saved me from all the potential crashes......or maybe it's called common sense?? Obviously something that lane splitters fail to understand.
Common sense? I call it sheer luck.
I've been driving for 2? years now without accidents, and I consider myself lucky.
Problem with traffic, which Blind_Io explained perfectly, is that no matter how good of a driver you are, now matter how much common sense you have, you are still sharing the road with other people. And other people are quite ofte,, in fact _un_predictable.