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How many degrees are for direct vision ahead of the necessary information available to drivers?

This will depend on the person and the weather conditions. If it is nice out, you will be able to see a longer distance ahead while if it is snowing or icy, you will need to go slower to be safe.

What is the difference between direct and indirect vision in science?

Direct vision is your central vision. It refers to how and what you see when looking straight at an object. Indirect vision refers to your peripheral vision, which means the things you see "out of the corner of your eye" or off to the side while you are looking directly ahead.

What are central vision fringe vision and peripheral vision?

Central vision refers to when eyes are focused straight ahead. Peripheral vision refers to vision that occurs outside your central sight of vision. Fringe vision refers to the edge of your peripheral vision.

What lay ahead or what lies ahead?

What lies ahead. Never, never use lay without a direct object.

When can you pass a vehicle?

When it is lawful and safe to do so and you have a clear field of vision ahead.

How many degrees can you see looking straight ahead?

Varies from person to person but about 180 degrees.

What if your of vision is all the areas you can see around while looking straight ahead?

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What distance should forward vision be while driving?

You should scan ahead as far as you can see

What lies ahead or what lays ahead?

It depends. In the present tense it is lie ahead. In the past tense it is lay ahead. Because lay is the past tense of lie. Do not confuse this with the verb lay, which means to put something down. I may lay an ambush. But the ambush lies ahead. Now that I am past the ambush it does not bother me that it lay ahead.

Is pulling straight ahead and out of a parking space in a mall or backing out more likely to cause an accident?

backing out- you have considerably less vision

Why do the English drive while sitting on the right?

As the English drive on the left being situated on the right gives the driver a better view of the road ahead. This arrangement gives the driver a wider field of vision of the road ahead?

Where is the eye of the lion on the head?

Above and to each side of the nose. This eye arrangement gives the lion straight ahead and side to side vision.