Chapter 14

Report
 Collisions
 Signs
 Animals
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Other Cars
Other Drivers
Pedestrians
Billboards/Advertisements
Emergency Vehicles
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Eating
CD / Radio
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Cell phones
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Emotional Conversations
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Passengers
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Grooming
Vehicle controls
Pets
Reading/ Computers
Children
Click title to
view video
Distracted?
Aggressive Driving
What to do if you encounter an
AGGRESSIVE DRIVER!
Aggressive drivers on the road!
 Take a deep breath
 Do not respond!
 Move out of the
driver’s way if you can.
 Avoid EYE CONTACT!
 Ignore gestures and
don’t return them
 DO NOT challenge the
driver
 Do not fight for a
parking spot
 Call 911 report
aggressive driving to
police
 If they follow you DO
NOT go home.
Passengers and emotions
 Avoid distracting the
driver
 Discourage reckless
acts from the driver
Emotions
 Sorrow,anxiety,depres
sion,anger,excitement,
etc
 All can effect your
driving
Seeing
 Visual acuity- see
things clearly
– 20/20 normal vision
 Can read 11/32 @ 20
feet away
– Min is 20/40
 Must be twice as close to
read
Colorblindness
 No being able to
distinguish between
red,green or blue
yellow
 Colorblind test
 Compensate by
remembering order
Field of vision
 Area you can see
around you while
looking straight ahead
 Depth perception
 Night blindness-not
being able to see well
at night
Physical Disabilities
 Fatigue-being tired
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Rest before drive
Change drivers
Stop every 2 hours
Be active(music,talk)
Medicines
 Can make you drowsy
– Read the label
– Take medicine after the
drive
 Carbon monoxide
– Colorless odorless
tasteless gas
Aggressive Driving
“One Second in Time”
Consequences of Street Racing

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