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Defensive Driving & Driver Education


Course Name AMOUNT TO BUY
Driving In Extreme Weather Conditions $17.99/view
  Driving in Extreme Weather Conditions program will reinforce safety practices when you drive and work in extreme weather conditions. The following safety information will reinforce the safety practices you use to drive and work in extreme weather conditions. The primary point to emphasize as you drive through challenging weather conditions is to proceed slowly and cautiously. Lengthen your following distance so you have time and space to stop or maneuver your trucks.
Road Rage $17.99/view
  Road Rage program is to provide awareness of potential hazards on the road and how to control our emotions on the road. Road rage is a driver who doesn’t control their emotions. It is an attitude and hostility behind the wheel. As drivers we are on the road fighting for space when others get in our way. We think of ourselves as being better than others and do not like losing by another person. These thoughts are magnified behind the wheel of a car.
Space Management Part 1 & 2 $17.99/view
  Space Management of this program we are looking for ways to become better safe drivers, our attention turns to space management. Just as with speed, we carefully watch and control the space around our trucks can make the difference between life and death. The speed driven is totally under our own control as the truck driver. In this module we cover how to manage space when we’re sharing the road with other traffic, whether it’s on the interstate or a city street. Part 2 covers areas around the truck, namely the space beside, behind, above and below. They are all important and require specific techniques if we’re going to monitor them adequately. Space beside and behind our trucks and space above and below our trucks are covered in this session.
Special Driving Conditions $17.99/view
  Special Driving Conditions program covers the different types road conditions a driver may encounter and tips on how to handle them. Regardless of the nature of the hazardous road or weather conditions we may encounter, the key to remember is that if we know what waits for us down the road, we can adjust our driving and our schedules to allow us to do our jobs safely. Knowledge is always our best defense. So how do we get the information we need to stay on top of changing conditions? Let's look at some of the things we can do.
Winter Driving Safety (Long Version) $17.99/view
  Winter Driving Safety (Long Version) - In this program, we'll take a look at winter driving and how to reduce driving accidents, injuries, and hopefully reduce the many problems associated with winter driving. In this program we'll discuss important topics such as vehicle maintenance, winter weather, special driving tips, and personal safety in cold weather. However, we won't list a large number of statistics showing increased death and injury rates in winter weather. Winter driving does increase the accident rate, but that's pretty well known by anyone operating a vehicle. In fact, the leading cause of death during winter storms is transportation accidents.
ROLL OFF AND SAFETY OPERATIONS $17.99/view
  Roll offs carry a large load and are a large part of business. They have the potential of causing serious injuries or property damage if not handled properly. It is important to continue improving safety awareness and accident prevention. This program covers the operation of roll offs with emphasis on safety. Topics included in this safety video are: pre-trip vehicle inspection, the cab of the truck, 3-point system, adjust your seat, mirrors, keep cab clean, clutches, drain moisture tanks, back up alarms, check the hydraulic systems and on roll offs, double check the hoisting cables, engage the PTO (power take off), rear doors, check for overhead wires or obstructions, container hook, tarp, center of gravity of the truck, and lower the rails.
Defensive Driver Training - Passenger, SUVs and Small Trucks $17.99/view
  This is not just another Defensive Driving course, but one that provides factual and specific information for a greater understanding of vehicle safety and driving. Course contains graphic images of accidents and actual accidents as they occurred. This course discusses blind spots, safe following distances and mirror adjustments. Included are reminders of railroad crossings, pedestrian courtesy and safety, vehicle condition and maintenance. Seat belt usage and condition and sharing the road are important topics discussed in this program. Other topics include the dangers of drowsy driving, how aging affects driving, sharing the road with trucks and smaller vehicles, driving the speed limit, road rage and how to prevent it, drinking and driving, hydroplaning and what to do in case of an accident. No driving course would be complete without mentioning the dreaded cell phones, ipods and texting. Distracted driving is fast becoming a recognized hazard in today’s driving environment.
Distracted Driving $17.99/view
  Distracted Driving program provides logical and factual information to help you make better driving decisions. There are three main types of distraction: Visual - taking your eyes off the road, Manual - taking your hands off the wheel, Cognitive – taking your mind off what you're doing. Distracted driving is any non-driving activity a person engages in that has the potential to distract him or her from the primary task of driving and increase the risk of crashing.
Speed Management $17.99/view
  Speed Management program focuses on controlling the speed of your truck in various weather, road and environment conditions. Throughout your professional driving career, you've probably heard a lot of talk about defensive driving. Defensive driving is the key to your survival and our success as a company. The statistics are out there. According to federal government research, there are nearly 150,000 heavy truck crashes every year, of which about 5,000 result in fatalities and another 60,000 result in injuries that require treatment away from the scene of the collision. More than 5,000 people lose their lives each year in crashes involving heavy trucks.
 
 
 

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