One parent advises against excessive caution, citing potential accidents. Another suggests immediate exposure to traffic under an instructor’s guidance. Police emphasize adherence to slow driving laws, and examiners rigorously check blind spots. Whose standard is best? Cooper discusses crash avoidance and risk reduction, emphasizing the importance of understanding various standards.
Despite differing opinions, all standards offer valuable education. Driving is complex. After considering these options, I’ve concluded that the best standard for me is my own stndard — a product of various learned strategies tailored to my learning style, fostering confidence in controlling my car throughout my life.