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Chapter 1 for Drivers Ed
Transcript of Chapter 1 for Drivers Ed
~ driving too fast
~ not wearing safety belts
~ driving after drinking or using drugs
~ driving while tired Section 1.3 - Other Responsibilities - drivers have additional responsibilites that include financial and environmental responsibilities - Financial Responsibilities - There are costs that a driver has to face that include:
fuel and maintaining and insuring your car. If there may be any damage, you are responsible by law for any damage or injuries that you as a driver cause - Environmental Responsibilites - There are potential threats that our nation has created to our environment which are: ~ air pollution
~ water pollution
~ chemical spills
~ land pollution - All drivers should act responsibly by: ~ Buying fuel-efficient cars ~ Using fuel-efficient driving habits ~ Recycling used materials ~ Reducing driving through carpools & public transp. Section 1.4 - Your Driver's License - Licensing Process - The license process require applicants to take a written, physical, and driving exam to ensure that only safe drivers are allowed on public roads - Graduated Driver Licensing - Requires young drivers to progress through a series of licensing stages ~ Learner's Permit Stage: You can only be behind the wheel if a licensed driver is with you ~ Intermeditae License Stage: Driver must have successfully completed the learner's permit stage and an approved driver education course; night driving is restricted; supervised driving ~ Full-Privelege Licensing: Successfully complete the intermediate stage violation-free and collison-free Section 1.4 - Driver Education & Your License - You will need necessary skills to become a safe and low-risk driver -Your Beginning - The "Drive Right" program is your start to becoming a responsible driver; it is based on the following concepts: ~ Learn to use the IPDE Process ~ Driving greatly influence by your attitude ~ Safety belts and other restraints used at all times ~ Never drink and drive! - Once you complete the Driver Education program, you should take at least one year to ease into your full-time responsibilities - A Continuous Process - The Driver Education course will prepare you for your personal lifetime driving adventure, BUT it will not teach you everything you will encounter when driving. GOOD DRIVERS NEVER STOP LEARNING! THAT'S ALL FOLKS!! :) THANKS FOR READING <3