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What is a No-Zone?

 

The "No-Zone" represents the danger areas around trucks and buses where crashes are more likely to occur. Some No-Zones are actual blind spots or areas around trucks and buses where your car "disappears" from the view of the drivers. These blind spots are the Side No-Zone, Rear No-Zone, and Front No-Zone areas. The right-side blind spot is doubly dangerous because trucks and buses make wide right turns! Knowing the No-Zones can save your life!

For examples of "No-Zone" situations to avoid, click below.

  • Side No-Zone
  • Rear No-Zone
  • Front No-Zone
  • Wide Right Turns


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