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There are 9 names in this directory beginning with the letter B.
Beam (lights)
Angle and brightness of lights – (low or high)
Black spot/black length
A place or length of road with a high rate of crashes
Blind spots (see also head check)
Area that is not seen in mirrors or areas where your vision to the front, side or rear is blocked when driving
Blockouts
Central vision and/or where your vision is blocked
Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC)
The proportion or percentage of alcohol in the bloodstream (eg the BAC limit for full licence holders in NSW is 0.05 which means 0.05 per cent alcohol or .05 grams of alcohol per 100 millilitres of blood i.e. 0.05g/100ml).
Boom
Long pole used to block the road as at a railway crossing
Buffering
Positioning your vehicle to create maximum space around you, away from hazards
Built up area
In relation to a length of road, means an area in which there are buildings on land next to the road, or there is street lighting, at intervals not over 100m for a distance of at least 500m or, if the road is shorter than 500m, for the whole road
Bystander
Person present but not involved in an event
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