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Each time you get behind the wheel of a vehicle, you must perform a series of complicated, split-second tasks. You must coordinate the actions of your hands, feet, eyes, ears, and body movements. At the same time, you must decide how to react to what you see, hear, and feel from other cars and drivers, traffic signs and signals, road conditions and your own vehicle's performance.

These decisions are usually made at high speed and in close proximity to other vehicles also traveling at high speed, and they must be converted into the correct action - brake, steer, accelerate, or a combination of the three - to maintain or adjust your position in traffic. And these decisions must be made constantly, over and over. About 20 major decisions are needed for each mile driven; drivers must frequently act in less than one-half second to avoid a collision with another vehicle or a pedestrian.

When you think of it that way, you may never want to get in a car again. But relax, follow the safe driving tips, use your common sense and best judgment, and you'll be one of the safest drivers on the road.