In recent articles, I've given other ideas on how to use our primary space-identification equipment: our eyes. In this case, we must assume there is something horrible about the outside of turns. If that's true, we also know that, instinctually, we will tend to look for the danger. That creates a dilemma. If we are looking for the danger on the outside of the corner, then we would tend to go there—and some do. We go where we look.