Don’t spend all your time looking at where you are. Instead, look at where you’re going. Yes, it’s nice to be aware of the brake lights of the car immediately in front of you, but it’s smart to look five cars ahead to get even more warning of potential dangers. When going around a corner, look as far as you can through the turn. This has the effect of visually slowing the perception of speed through the turn and gives you more time to react to debris or the car that has a couple wheels over the double-yellow line. At night, how far ahead you can look is limited by your bike’s headlight or the headlights of the vehicles in front of you. Make sure you don’t override them and slow down if necessary.