Signal Avoidance System
The Signal Avoidance System helps to train students for real-life hazardous situations. It works
via a signal that flashes a light to the motorist to move in a specific direction. It has a left signal,
right signal, and stop sign. The motorist passes by a cone that has a Sensor. These sensors give
the Signal Avoidance System appropriate commands to move left, move right, or to stop.
Following these commands is equivalent to road safety.
Major parts include: