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Being constantly aware of driving conditions, planning ahead, anticipating dangers, and taking the right actions to avoid obstacles or other vehicles is known as

A defensive driving.

The National Safety Council defines defensive driving as "driving to save lives, time, and money, in spite of the conditions around you and the actions of others." Defensive driving is about anticipating potentially dangerous situations in advance, including driving conditions and mistakes made by others, and planning how to deal with those situations. To be a defensive driver, you must know what is happening around your vehicle. You must look ahead, to the sides of, and behind your vehicle. You owe it to yourself to become a defensive driver.