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When driving, the paramount factor I prioritize for maximum safety and avoidance of conflicts is closely monitoring the condition of my vehicle.

Over the years, I’ve extensively covered various aspects of driving, honing skills across different domains to minimize risks.

Presently, my primary focus is on the four critical points of contact that my vehicle relies on—the four tire footprints.

Ensuring a secure road surface is imperative, particularly due to fluctuating temperatures, which demand heightened attention as temperatures float around the freezing point.

feel your tires

Know what a tire slide feels like in your steering

And with your foot. Feel the wet leaves slide

under your tire and hear the ABS ( anti lock braking ) shutter – knowing exactly what’s going on


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