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Definitions of assure in various dictionaries:
verb - make certain of
verb - inform positively and with certainty and confidence
verb - assure somebody of the truth of something with the intention of giving the listener confidence
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Give one's word|
|Give confidence to|
|Free from doubt|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|tell someone something positively to dispel any doubts.|
|make (something) certain to happen.|
|Cover (a life) by assurance.|
|Make (something) certain to happen.|
|Tell someone something positively to dispel any doubts.|
|to tell someone confidently that something is true, especially so that they do not worry:|
|to promise or tell something to someone confidently or firmly, or to cause someone to feel certain by removing doubt:|
|(of an organization) to promise to pay an amount of money to a person or their family if that person becomes ill, gets injured, or dies, in return for small regular payments|
|to cause something to be certain:|
|To inform positively, as to remove doubt: assured us that the train would be on time.|
|Assure might refer to|
|The Assured clear distance ahead (ACDA) is the distance ahead of any terrestrial locomotive device such as a land vehicle, watercraft, skates, or skis, although commonly an automobile, which can be seen to be clear of hazards by the driver, within which they should be able to bring the device to a halt. It is one of the most fundamental principles governing ordinary care and the duty of care for all methods of conveyance, and is frequently used to determine if a driver is in proper control and is a nearly universally implicit consideration in vehicular accident liability. The rule is a precautionary trivial burden required to avert the great probable gravity of precious life loss and momentous damage—the former of which has a priceless intrinsic value and a pricey to invaluable instrumental value. Satisfying the ACDA rule is necessary but not sufficient to comply with the more generalized basic speed law, and accordingly, it may be used as both a layman's criterion and judicial test for courts to use in determining if a particular speed is negligent, but not to prove it is safe. As a spatial standard of care, it also serves as required explicit and fair notice of prohibited conduct so unsafe speed laws are not void for vagueness.This distance is typically both determined and constrained by the proximate edge of clear visibility, but it may be attenuated to a margin of which beyond hazards may reasonably be expected to spontaneously appear. The rule is the specific spatial case of the common law basic speed rule, and an application of volenti non fit injuria. The two-second rule may be the limiting factor governing the ACDA, when the speed of forward traffic is what limits the basic safe speed, and a primary hazard of collision could result from following any closer.As the original common law driving rule preceding statutized traffic law, it is an ever important foundational rule in today's complex driving environment. Because there are now protected classes of roadway users–such as a school bus, mail carrier, emergency vehicle, horse-drawn vehicle, agricultural machinery, street sweeper, cyclist, and pedestrian–as well as natural hazards which may occupy or obstruct the roadway beyond the edge of visibility, negligence may not depend ex post facto on what a driver happened to hit, could not have known, but had a concurrent duty to avoid. Furthermore, modern knowledge of human factors has revealed physiological limitations–such as the subtended angular velocity detection threshold (SAVT)–which may make it difficult, and in some circumstance impossible, for other drivers to always comply with right-of-way statutes by staying clear of roadway.|