The only way to avoid the hazards of front and rear blind spots
is to first be aware that they are there.
The driver sitting behind the steering wheel always has a blind spot directly in front of the vehicle that can range from a distance of 30 to 50 feet.
A blind spot existing directly behind a vehicle can range a distance of 200 feet.
Take into consideration, an 8-foot wide trailer multiplied by the 200-foot distance equal 1,600 square feet of blind space.