There are currently no recommendations for driving to altitude after diving, so the most prudent practice is to be conservative. The longer you wait before you go, the lower your risk. You may check with a local dive center, resort or instructor to see if divers in the area follow a particular recommended or protocol.

If you get cold or exercise a lot during a dive, you may end your dive with more excess nitrogen in your body than calculated by your dive table or computer. When using the RDP for planning a dive in cold water or under conditions that may be more strenuous than usualy, plan our dive as though the depth were 4 metres/10 feet deeper than it actually is.

How you handle this with a dive computer depends on the computer. A few sophisticated models track the water temperature and your breathing rate and automatically readjust to more conservative no stop times when necessary. For others, you can set the computer to be more conservative by using the altitude setting and setting it to an altitude higher than, you actually are, or by connecting the dive computer to a personal computer (requires special hardware and software). However. you have to make these setting before the dive. If you can t set your computer to be more conservative

1.When using the RDP. you need to use special dive procedures above what altitude?
2 The minimum recommended surface interval for flying after diving is
3.Using the RDP. under cold and strenuous conditions you plan your dive as though:

a. It were at altitude.
b. It were 4 m/10 ft deeper than actual.
c. It were 4 m/10 ft shallower than actual.
d. None of the above.