2. Never drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Even a small amount can hinder your judgment. If you did not have any ‘aha’ moments, answer the questions below in complete sentences using proper spelling and grammar: Describe three characteristics of ‘at risk’ drivers 1. Drivers who fail to obey traffic laws are at risk.
Why wear a seat belt when driving because, if worn properly, they prevent you from being thrown around or out of your car if you’re in a car crash. When you wear a seat belt it is more likely for somebody to live in a car crash then someone who doesn’t wear a seat in a car crash. Why avoid texting and driving at the same time? When you text and drive at the same time you’re more anxious to check your message then keep your eyes on the road. Also when you’re more likely to lose focus on what you should be doing like driving?
It has become hopeful that with such bans, new drivers and minors will put away cell phones and maintain their attention to the road. A new proposal for the US Government may make it illegal to talk or text on a cell phone will driving anywhere in the US. This proposal will include hands free phone operation, since the government concluded that any kind of distracted driving may lead to fatal consequences. From the cell phone provider standpoint,
The reason is that, everything that has an effect toward your partner has to be done carefully and smoothly to avoid any harm on the other side. Driving, as a contradiction of what most of the people think driving is, it is a very dangerous and risky thing ever. Not only because it is performed with mechanical equipment which has no total insurance of delivering whatever is needed anytime, but also performed with a human who is more fragile and has much in his head. While driving, you have two things in your hands, your life and the life of others who are using either the same road or its side. Anytime you make a mistake it can affect your life and their lives too.
AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSE I have found some cases that can be utilized for defense purposes and also key parts of the Motor Vehicles Act. Pitezel v. Danielson No39369…following too closely and failure to keep proper lookout State v. Darrah No54389…failure to wear proper safety gear in the form of a motorcycle helmet Woten v. Day NoWD35290… failure to keep proper lookout... (contributory) Mo. Rev Stat. §304.015(6) Supp 1971…Prohibits driving in left lane when not passing other vehicles Per the MOTOR VEHICLES ACT: 144(1)(a) Careless Driving: a person must not drive a motor vehicle on a highway without due care and attention. 145(1) Slow Driving: a person must not drive a motor vehicle at so slow a speed as to impede or block the normal and reasonable movement of traffic except when reduced speed is necessary for safe operation or in compliance with law.
How will this information affect you as a driver now and in the future? (2-3 sentences) OR OPTION 2: If you did not have any ‘aha’ moments, answer the questions below in complete sentences using proper spelling and grammar: List three characteristics of ‘at risk’ drivers. 1. An at risk driver can show road rage. 2.
Most would say that this a great convenient way to say whatever they need to say to someone, Although, I tend to disagree strongly about this. The person sending the text may not have anything to do at the moment, although, the person on the receiving end could be concentrating on something very important. For example driving, if the person receiving the text is driving, and concentrating on the road in front of them when the text comes through to them, the driver is then distracted and engages into a conversation with the cell phone. Therefore, creating a huge life threatening experience for not only the receiver of the text, and surrounding traffic as well. Putting not only their lives in danger, but oncoming traffic as well that may be carrying valuable contents like children in the vehicle.
If they hadn’t been chasing this man, he wouldn’t have been speeding; he wouldn’t have crashed; he wouldn’t be dead. The next day, still traumatised by what you witnessed, you read a report of the incident in The Herald Sun. You find out some more details. The Holden was a stolen vehicle. The driver was known to the police.
Cell Phones While Driving: Safe or Not There are many distractions facing people while driving these days, but to many none more dangerous than using a cell phone. Cell phone use while driving is a dangerous practice that should be prohibited. Nothing is so important that cannot wait until the car is stopped to talk on the phone. The controversy of whether the use of a cell phone while driving is dangerous or not rages on. Until conclusive studies are done to show that the benefits outweigh the risks, cell phone use should be forbidden.