This is a question to drivers. When on the move and passing a single yellow - do you use any other physical visual method to provide an extra reminder to oneself that you have a red aspect ahead? For example, it may be your single yellow is just after a station stop or you depart from a yellow with a long way to the red (- we are taught no more than notch 5 of 7 power notches to mitigate risk to a degree). Or, it may be you stopped at a station after a single yellow (DRA set) and your red is out of sight a long way off - SOYSPAD risk, on departing you reset the DRA to take power, "red ahead" - limited power etc but do you use a visual reminder? I'm a trainee and have observed various drivers upon passing the single yellow will use a visual reminder on top of verbal "press and call" etc. For example, some drivers at my TOC pick up the red PA handset and place it in front of them. Being red and a fixed feature in all the cabs this has been a very convenient option. Alas they are being changed and becoming black in color with too short a cable to properly reach the dash. I suppose it could have been worse, they could have been changing to green ! Do you use anything? What do you use? It is specifically visual aids you might use that I'm interested to hear about rather than professional driving practice with regard to controls etc. Thanks.