We call it
High Aim Vision
No, we don’t mean you should drive while looking up at the sky. We mean you should look farther out ahead than you're probably used to.
Why is it important?
Great driving means having as much reaction time as possible—and the way you get reaction time is by having advance warning about what’s in front of you.
See what we mean!
If you are focusing on, and trying to keep track of things immediately in front of you, you will not be able to forecast things happening in the distance. This will reduce your reaction time.
Raise your head and eyes and look out the top half of your wind shield. You should be able to see brake lights and stop lights long before they reach the car in front of you. Being surprised by brake lights shouldn't happen.