Tactical Driving When SHTF — Now Were Talking

Tactical Driving When SHTF — Now Were Talking

(TacticalNews.com) – After SHTF, there’s a good chance that if you’re driving, you’re going to run into a situation that is best avoided. While tactical driving isn’t offered as an option in driver’s education, some of these maneuvers could save your life. Read on for two driving techniques you might use to avoid a sticky situation.

The video above demonstrates how to execute a J-turn, which is especially useful if you run into a crowd of people blocking the road. J-turns aren’t the only tricky maneuver you can pull off. Pit maneuvers are common when law enforcement officers want to end car chases. Of course, you could be in a similar situation after SHTF, except you probably won’t be enforcing the law.

These maneuvers are dangerous, and you should only perform them when there is no other choice. Never attempt to make any of these moves on the road; the driver in the video is a professional and on a closed course.

When driving, be hyper-aware of your surroundings to ensure the safe operation of your vehicle. Unfortunately, rage can get the better of people, sometimes leading to severe problems on the road. Check out how you can avoid being a victim of road rage, keeping yourself safe by reacting correctly to such a situation.

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