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in Plymouth.) get ready for corners and other obstacles before you arrive atthem. “ A good driver looks ahead and anticipates problems. An inattentive driver doesn’t watch the road and is forced to react to problems,

usually abruptly.” Brake before you enter a corner: Smoothly apply your brakes before you reach a corner and then release the brakes and use all the grip of the car to corner. Then, once you are through the turn,

accelerate out. Practice the smooth and effective use of the vehicle’scontrols: “ The steering wheel gives people the most trouble,” heobserves. “ They’re too rough and imprecise

with it.” Learn how to control askid: “ You have to go against your natural tendencies,” hesaid. “ Turn into the skid. You also need to accelerate.” That last piece of advice seems to freak people out