This module teaches drivers the danger pedestrians and cyclists pose to drivers. The participant will learn why collisions with pedestrians and cyclists occur and techniques to keep all road users safe.
This module examines the most common mistake made on the road today, speeding. The participant will learn: how speeding affects the control over a vehicle, how it affects total stopping distance and why the ‘other guy’ on the road should be taken into consideration.
Seat Belts & Airbags
This module examines the two most important safety features of any vehicle; the seatbelts, and the airbags. Participants will learn: the proper way to buckle up, how to avoid the airbag’s danger zone and how to get the maximum safety out of both of them.
This module looks at the perils of drowsy driving, as well as ways to stay alert behind the wheel. Key learning objectives include: characteristics of fatigue, main contributors to drowsiness, some warning signs of fatigue and how to avoid drowsy driving.
This module examines one of the most important defensive driving techniques, creating escape routes. Once completed, drivers will understand: why escape routes are important and how to create and maintain them in traffic.
Alcohol Drugs & Driving
This module looks into the #1 cause of collisions today, impaired driving. Participants will learn: how drinking impairs motor skills, consequences (for the driver and the employer) of driving impaired and certain clues to look for if another driver may be impaired.