Most drivers drive on autopilot based on habits they’ve unknowingly caught. But, to excel in the performance of anything requires the practice of specific behaviors that have been properly taught. The more clearly a single action is defined and the more it is consciously practiced, the stronger our brain’s network of neurons forms it into habit.
Because driving or riding in a motor vehicle is our most deadly social activity, I would like to take a positive approach to increase public awareness of how to take control of the critical second before a crash.
We have a very effective way to prepare teen drivers with the skills needed to avoid crashes, and it begins before they learn how to drive. It requires the involvement of your family working together to develop the Ten Habits of Zone Control for Zero Crashes.
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