All vehicles have blind spots, or No-Zones, around the back and sides of the vehicle. In larger trucks, due to the length and height of the hood, these blind spots even extend to the area immediately in front of a truck. While it is important to routinely check your rear view and side mirrors for obstacles in your No-Zone, it’s also important to be aware of other’s No-Zones. When you are in another vehicle’s blind spot, pull out of it as soon as it is possible and safe. Remember to follow a common safety practice in any vehicle you drive: SEE AND BE SEEN and avoid the No-Zone whenever possible. Take the DriveSafeLA online course to fine tune your driving skills and discover techniques to minimize the chances for accidents.

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