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POSITIONING FOR CURVES AND BENDS

Starting curves wide will improve your vision.

Planning to finish them in tight will help you get your speed right and leave you room for slight errors.

Most importantly, keep away from the area where oncoming vehicles are likely to cross the centre of the road (the head on zone).

Taking curves and bends this way will slow you down a little on the approach but will allow you to accelerate out much earlier, when you have a clear view.

On blind left curves slow down and begin to move left as vision becomes limited.

Starting curves wide will improve your vision.

Planning to finish them in tight will help you get your speed right and leave you room for slight errors.

Most importantly, keep away from the area where oncoming vehicles are likely to cross the centre of the road (the head on zone).


Taking curves and bends this way will slow you down a little on the approach but will allow you to accelerate out much earlier, when you have a clear view.


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On right curves slow down and keep to the left until you see the road is clear of oncoming traffic.


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