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Friday
May202011

Expert Driving Techniques #infographic

Here’s a good one to start the weekend.  From imingle.com comes Expert Driving Techniques That Could Save Your Life.

This has got to be one of the longest infographics I’ve seen, so I shrunk it down a little bit to post here.  I know my readers like to see the whole infographics when I post them, but you can see the full-size version here.

Not many statistics or data visualizations, but really good driving advice and some good illustrations to make them easier to understand.  Some of the illustrations (like braking methods) look like data visualizations, but there’s no data behind them

Thanks to Brittany for sending in the link!

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Reader Comments (2)

the braking section is confusing.
at first glance, it appears the car positions on the lanes indicate the effectiveness of the braking method.
initially, I read the higher contrast fillers on the right side to indicate braking distance.
On re-read, I figured out the left side indicates braking effectiveness.
and finally, when I read the examples for "threshold braking" and "cadence braking", I gave up.
it appears the lanes serve no informational purpose.
bummer.
May 23, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterxtian
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