Using the Law of “Three Points and Two Sections” to Reduce the Risk of Vehicle Collisions
This paper studies the traffic accident prevention rules of “three points and two sections”, according to a series of dynamic environmental factors such as road conditions, traffic conditions, weather and so on, the safe distance of driving vehicles on the road sections is determined. After establishing a certain relationship between the law of “three points and two sections” and the safe distance of driving vehicles, use the relationship to indicate that the range of safe driving distance between vehicles, and propose some reasonable and appropriate measures for such problems to reduce the risk of vehicle collisions.
Jianzhong Wang and Jingang Qi
Y. S. Tang et al., "Using the Law of “Three Points and Two Sections” to Reduce the Risk of Vehicle Collisions", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 299-300, pp. 1283-1286, 2011