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Old 2nd March 2014, 14:26   #61
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Default Re: Hitting a vehicle from behind: Is it always the rear-enders fault?

Originally Posted by katchkamalesh View Post
If you read my previous post again, you will know that I do care about whats happening in the rear view mirror and that is the reason why I do not slam the brakes (depending on the situation) or scared of such a situation.
NOT Slamming on the Brakes is ONE criteria for Safe driving, there are plenty of unspoken parameters which are know as etiquette of safe driving. I do not think wiki has anything documented on this, but I am happy to say I have learned a few things over my past 25 years of driving.

Do note that road accidents happen b'cos there are two or more people who take wrong decisions or have made a mistake. Accidents just do not happen if there is only one mistake.
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