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NCC-Drivers-Education-Course

NCC Drivers Education Course

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30hr. Online Course Outline

Exit 1………. Getting YOU Ready for your Pennsylvania Permit Test
PA Content Expectations for Drivers Education

Pennsylvania Laws and Regulations………………… 14.1

  1. Traffic Laws Related to Safe Driving
  2. Laws that Relate to Responsible Use of a Vehicle
  3. Pennsylvania Licensing Procedures

What class of driver’s license do you need?PennDot Fee Schedule
PennDot Fee
Necessary Documentation for the Permit Process
At the DMV

 

Exit 2……….Financial Responsibility
PA Content Expectations for Drivers Education
Pennsylvania Laws and Regulations………………… 14.1

  1. Traffic Laws Related to Safe Driving
  2. Laws that Relate to Responsible Use of a Vehicle
  3. Pennsylvania Licensing Procedures

Permit Insurance
Pennsylvania’s required coverage
Types of insurance
Saving Money on insurance
Insurance after a crash
Insurance statistics
No Insurance

 

Exit3A……….Know what you’re driving
PA Content Expectations for Drivers Education
Pennsylvania Laws and Regulations ………………14.1

  1. Traffic Laws Related to Safe Driving
  2. Laws that Relate to Responsible Use of a Vehicle

Knowledge of Vehicle Operations ……………14.2

  1. Pre-trip Inspection Outside the Vehicle
  2. Pre-trip Preparation Inside the Vehicle
  3. Modern Vehicle Technology
  4. Basic Driving Skills E. Post-trip Procedures

Driving Conditions ……………14.5

  1. Challenges of Night Driving and Appropriate Responses
  2. Dangers of Vehicle Malfunctions
  3. Dangers of Sudden Emergencies

 

Pre Drive Check
Exterior
Interior
All about tires
Seating Position and Comfort
Head rests
Steering Wheel
Seatbelts
Operation
Adjustment
The Law
Child Safety
Comfort Control
Gages and Instrument Panel
Vehicle Warning Lights
Fuel
Oil
Electrical System
Braking System
Check Engine
Seatbelt
Airbag

 

Exit 3B……….Know what you’re driving
PA Content Expectations for Drivers Education
Pennsylvania Laws and Regulations ……………14.1

  1. Traffic Laws Related to Safe Driving
  2. Laws that Relate to Responsible Use of a Vehicle

Knowledge of Vehicle Operations ……………14.2

  1. Pre-trip Inspection Outside the Vehicle
  2. Pre-trip Preparation Inside the Vehicle
  3. Modern Vehicle Technology
  4. Basic Driving Skills and. Post-trip Procedures

Driving Conditions…………… 14.5

  1. Challenges of Night Driving and Appropriate Responses
  2. Dangers of Vehicle Malfunctions
  3. Dangers of Sudden Emergencies

Visibility and Communication Systems
Signaling
Seeing
Being Seen
Windows
Mirrors
Starting Your Vehicle
Transmission Type
Emergency Brake
Cruise Control
Vehicle Safety
Passive
Active
Technology
Vehicle Child Safety
Vehicle Pet Safety

 

Exit 4………. It’s all About You
PA Content Expectations for Drivers Education
Perceptual Skill Development………….. 14.3

  1. Perception as a Mental Process
  2. Visual Search Categories
  3. Traffic Situations and Avoidance Strategies
  4. The Need for Divided Visual and Mental Attention

Decision-making/Risk Reduction…………… 14.4

  1. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  2. Emotional Effects on Driver Decisions
  3. Characteristics of the Aggressive Driver
    E. Appropriate Responses to the Aggressive Driver
  4. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Influences Upon Driver Performance ………….14.6

  1. Types of Fatigue and How to Combat their Effects

Senses of Driving
Sight
Hearing
Touch
Smell
Factors that May affect your driving ability
Age
Size
Coordination
Physical Condition
Mental Condition
Fatigue
Illness
Carbon Monoxide
Road Rage
Description
Dealing with
Extreme Road Rage
Should you be driving

 

Exit 5………. Risky Business
PA Content Expectations for Drivers Education
Decision-Making/Risk Reduction………….. 14.4

  1. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  2. Emotional Effects on Driver Decisions
  3. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Highway history
Roadway management
National Highway Safety Act
Understanding Risk
Risk Factors
Risk Reduction

 

Exit 6 A………. Rules of the Game
PA Content Expectations for Drivers Education
Pennsylvania Laws and Regulations …………..14.1

  1. Traffic Laws Related to Safe Driving
  2. Laws that Relate to Responsible Use of a Vehicle

Perceptual Skill Development…………… 14.3

  1. Traffic Situations and Avoidance Strategies

Driving Conditions …………….14.5

  1. Hazardous Conditions and their Effects

Administrative Laws
Vehicle Inspection
The Points System
License Suspension and Restoration
Speed Limits

 

Exit 6 B………. Rules of the Game
PA Content Expectations for Drivers Education
Pennsylvania Laws and Regulations ……………14.1

  1. Traffic Laws Related to Safe Driving
  2. Laws that Relate to Responsible Use of a Vehicle

Perceptual Skills Development …………14.3

  1. Visual Search Categories
  2. The Need for Divided Visual and Mental Attention

Signs
Pavement markings
Road lines
Special lanes
Tunnels
Bridges
Speed bumps
Curbs
Parking
Intersections
Controlled
Semi Controlled
Uncontrolled
Roundabouts
Traffic signals
Traffic officers

 

Exit 7……………. Drugged Driving
PA Content Expectations for Drivers Education
Pennsylvania Laws and Regulations……………..14.1

  1. Laws that Relate to Responsible Use of a Vehicle

Perceptual Skills Development …………….14.3

  1. Perception as a Mental Process
  2. Visual Search Categories
  3. Traffic Situations and Avoidance Strategies
  4. The Need for Divided Visual and Mental Attention

Decision-Making/Risk Reduction ……………14.4

  1. Models of Decision-making
  2. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  3. Emotional Effects on Driver Decisions 

Influences on Driver Performance ……………14.6

  1. Factors that Influence Individuals to Use Alcohol and other Drugs
  2. Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
  3. Physiological and Psychological Effects of Alcohol
  4. Physiological and Psychological Effects of Drugs
  5. Effects of Alcohol and other Drugs on Driving Performance
  6. Types of Fatigue and How to Combat their Effects

DWI
Tobacco
Alcohol
BAC
Types
Absorption
Metabolism
Physical problems
Mental problems
Law
Other Drugs
Effects on driving
Costs
Physical
Social
Financial
Addiction
Help

 

Exit 8A……….Driving Skills
PA Content Expectations for Drivers Education
Knowledge of Vehicle Operations………….. 14.2

  1. Pre-trip Inspection Outside the Vehicle
  2. Pre-trip Preparation Inside the Vehicle
  3. Modern Vehicle Technology
  4. Basic Driving Skills

Perceptual Skills Development………….. 14.3

  1. Perception as a Mental Process
  2. Visual Search Categories
  3. Traffic Situations and Avoidance Strategies
  4. The Need for Divided Visual and Mental Attention

Decision-making/Risk Reduction………….. 14.4

  1. Models of Decision-making
  2. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  3. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Driving Conditions …………..14.5

  1. Dangers of Vehicle Malfunctions
  2. Dangers of Sudden Emergencies

Pre-Drive vehicle check
Automatic Transmission
Getting moving with an Automatic Transmission
Manual Transmission
Getting moving with a manual transmission
Starting, Slowing and Stopping
Braking
Systems
Techniques
Steering
System
Techniques

 

Exit 8B……….More Driving Skills
PA Content Expectations for Drivers Education
Knowledge of Vehicle Operations………….. 14.2

  1. Modern Vehicle Technology
  2. Basic Driving Skills

Perceptual Skills Development………….. 14.3

  1. Perception as a Mental Process
  2. Visual Search Categories
  3. Traffic Situations and Avoidance Strategies
  4. The Need for Divided Visual and Mental Attention

Decision-making/Risk Reduction …………….14.4

  1. Models of Decision-making
  2. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  3. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Driving Conditions……………. 14.5

  1. Dangers of Vehicle Malfunctions
  2. Dangers of Sudden Emergencies

Steering
Turns
Curves
Hand positioning
Left hand turns
Right hand turns
Special Turns
Intersections
Backing up

 

Exit 8C……….Even More Driving Skills
PA Content Expectations for Drivers Education
Knowledge of Vehicle Operations…………… 14.2

  1. Modern Vehicle Technology
  2. Basic Driving Skills

Perceptual Skills Development……………. 14.3

  1. Perception as a Mental Process
  2. Visual Search Categories
  3. Traffic Situations and Avoidance Strategies
  4. The Need for Divided Visual and Mental Attention

Decision-making/Risk Reduction …………….14.4

  1. Models of Decision-making
  2. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  3. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Driving Conditions ……………..14.5

  1. Dangers of Vehicle Malfunctions
  2. Dangers of Sudden Emergencies

Parking
Skills
Techniques
Parallel Parking
Skills
Techniques
Parking on hills
Skills
Techniques
Parking garages
Lanes of travel
Planning ahead
Visibility
Time
Space
Keeping speed
Changing lanes
Getting passed
Changing driving conditions
Rain
Snow
Sleet
Ice
Fog
Sun
Elevations

 

Exit 9………Offensive Driving
PA Content Expectations for Drivers Education
Knowledge of Vehicle Operations………….. 14.2

  1. Modern Vehicle Technology
  2. Basic Driving Skills

Perceptual Skills Development……………. 14.3

  1. Perception as a Mental Process
  2. Visual Search Categories
  3. Traffic Situations and Avoidance Strategies
  4. The Need for Divided Visual and Mental Attention

Decision-making/Risk Reduction…………… 14.4

  1. Models of Decision-making
  2. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  3. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Taking Control
Decision Making
Offensive Driving Strategies
Driving Communication
Driving Methods
Smith
SIPDE
SAFE

 

Exit 10A………You are not alone
Pennsylvania Department of Education Driver Ed. Standards
Content Expectations
Pennsylvania Laws and Regulations…………………14.1

  1. Traffic Laws Related to Safe Driving
  2. Laws that Relate to Responsible Use of a

Knowledge of Vehicle Operations…………………… 14.2

  1. Modern Vehicle Technology
  2. Basic Driving Skills

Perceptual Skills Development…………………………14.3

  1. Perception as a Mental Process
  2. Visual Search Categories
  3. Traffic Situations and Avoidance Strategies
  4. The Need for Divided Visual and Mental

Decision-making/Risk Reduction………………………    14.4

  1. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  2. Driver Distractions and the Appropriate Responses
  3. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Driving Conditions………………………………………14.5

  1. Hazardous Conditions and their Effects
  2. Dangers of Vehicle Malfunctions

Pedestrian Safety
Bicycles
Motorcycles/Mopeds
Hybrids
Electric Vehicles

 

Exit 10B……….You are still not alone
Pennsylvania Department of Education Driver Ed. Standards
Content Expectations
Pennsylvania Laws and Regulations…………………14.1

  1. Traffic Laws Related to Safe Driving
  2. Laws that Relate to Responsible Use of a 

Knowledge of Vehicle Operations…………………… 14.2

  1. Modern Vehicle Technology
  2. Basic Driving Skills

Perceptual Skills Development…………………………14.3

  1. Perception as a Mental Process
  2. Visual Search Categories
  3. Traffic Situations and Avoidance Strategies
  4. The Need for Divided Visual and Mental

Decision-making/Risk Reduction………………………    14.4

  1. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  2. Driver Distractions and the Appropriate Responses

Driving Conditions………………………………………14.5

  1. Hazardous Conditions and their Effects

Diesel Vehicles
CNG (Compressed Natural Gas)
Dealing with Large Vehicles
SUV’s
VAN’s
Pick-Ups Trucks
Big Rigs
Busses School and Transit
Construction and Farm Equipment
Emergency Vehicles
Snow Plows
Sanitation Trucks
Ice Cream Trucks
HAZMAT Vehicles
Funerals
Horse Drawn Vehicles
Parades
Animals

 

Exit 11A……….Driving Reality “Rural and Urban Roads”
Pennsylvania Department of Education Driver Ed. Standards
Content Expectations
Pennsylvania Laws and Regulations…………… 14.1

  1. Traffic Laws Related to Safe Driving
  2. Laws that Relate to Responsible Use of a Vehicle

Knowledge of Vehicle Operations……………. 14.2

  1. Basic Driving Skills

Perceptual Skills Development …………….14.3

  1. Visual Search Categories
  2. Traffic Situations and Avoidance Strategies
  3. The Need for Divided Visual and Mental Attention

Decision-making/Risk Reduction …………….14.4

  1. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  2. Driver Distractions and the Appropriate Responses
  3. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Driving Conditions ……………14.5

  1. Hazardous Conditions and their Effects
  2. Challenges of Night Driving and Appropriate Responses

Rural Driving
Urban Driving
Residential
Business

 

Exit 11B……….Driving Reality “The Highway System”
Pennsylvania Department of Education Driver Ed. Standards
Content Expectations
Pennsylvania Laws and Regulations………….. 14.1

  1. Traffic Laws Related to Safe Driving
  2. Laws that Relate to Responsible Use of a Vehicle

Knowledge of Vehicle Operations…………… 14.2

  1. Basic Driving Skills

Perceptual Skills Development …………….14.3

  1. Perception as a Mental Process
  2. Visual Search Categories
  3. Traffic Situations and Avoidance Strategies
  4. The Need for Divided Visual and Mental Attention

Decision-making/Risk Reduction …………….14.4

  1. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  2. Driver Distractions and the Appropriate Responses
  3. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Driving Conditions …………….14.5

  1. Hazardous Conditions and their Effects
  2. Challenges of Night Driving and Appropriate Responses

Influences Upon Driver Performance ……………..14.6

  1. Types of Fatigue and How to Combat their Effects

History
Numbering
Merging
Key Highway Driving Concepts
Passing
Signs
Special Circumstance

 

Exit 11C……….Driving Reality “Other Highway Considerations”
Pennsylvania Department of Education Driver Ed. Standards
Content Expectations
Pennsylvania Laws and Regulations ……………14.1

  1. Traffic Laws Related to Safe Driving
  2. Laws that Relate to Responsible Use of a Vehicle

Knowledge of Vehicle Operations …………….14.2

  1. Basic Driving Skills

Perceptual Skills Development ……………..14.3

  1. Perception as a Mental Process
  2. Visual Search Categories
  3. Traffic Situations and Avoidance Strategies
  4. The Need for Divided Visual and Mental Attention

Decision-making/Risk Reduction ……………….14.4

  1. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  2. Driver Distractions and the Appropriate Responses
  3. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Driving Conditions ………………14.5

  1. Hazardous Conditions and their Effects
  2. Challenges of Night Driving and Appropriate Responses

Influences Upon Driver Performance ………………14.6

  1. Types of Fatigue and How to Combat their Effects

Rush Hour
Large Vehicles
Toll Booths
Rest Areas
Interchanges
Diamond
Clover Leaf
Trumpet
High Speed
Rural Highways

 

Exit 12A………Weather or Not “Tricky Driving Conditions”
Pennsylvania Department of Education Driver Ed. Standards
Content Expectations
Knowledge of Vehicle Operations…………………… 14.2

  1. Pre-trip Inspection outside the Vehicle
  2. Pre-trip Preparation inside the Vehicle
  3. Modern Vehicle Technology
  4. Basic Driving Skills

Perceptual Skills Development…………………………14.3

  1. Perception as a Mental Process
  2. Visual Search Categories
  3. Traffic Situations and Avoidance Strategies
  4. The Need for Divided Visual and Mental

Decision-making/Risk Reduction………………………14.4

  1. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  2. Driver Distractions and the Appropriate Responses
  3. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Driving Conditions………………………………………14.5

  1. Hazardous Conditions and their Effects
  2. Challenges of Night Driving and Appropriate Responses
  3. Dangers of Vehicle Malfunctions
  4. Dangers of Sudden Emergencies

Light and Visibility Conditions
Night
Day
Dusk
Dawn
Low Light
Fog
Smoke
Smog
Rain
Lightning
Wind
Hail
Leaves
Flooded Roads
Tornados
Hurricanes
Shoulders

 

Exit 12B………Weather or Not “Tricky Driving Conditions Snow”
Pennsylvania Department of Education Driver Ed. Standards
Content Expectations
Knowledge of Vehicle Operations…………………… 14.2

  1. Pre-trip Inspection outside the Vehicle
  2. Pre-trip Preparation inside the Vehicle
  3. Modern Vehicle Technology
  4. Basic Driving Skills

Perceptual Skills Development…………………………14.3

  1. Perception as a Mental Process
  2. Visual Search Categories
  3. Traffic Situations and Avoidance Strategies
  4. The Need for Divided Visual and Mental

Decision-making/Risk Reduction………………………14.4

  1. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  2. Driver Distractions and the Appropriate Responses
  3. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Driving Conditions………………………………………14.5

  1. Hazardous Conditions and their Effects
  2. Challenges of Night Driving and Appropriate Responses
  3. Dangers of Vehicle Malfunctions
  4. Dangers of Sudden Emergencies

Visibility
Time
Space
Traction
Starting
Stopping
Steering
Hills
Skids
Tires
Stuck in the Snow

 

Exit 12C……….Weather or Not “Tricky Driving Conditions Fire and Ice”
Pennsylvania Department of Education Driver Ed. Standards
Content Expectations
Knowledge of Vehicle Operations…………………… 14.2

  1. Pre-trip Inspection outside the Vehicle
  2. Pre-trip Preparation inside the Vehicle
  3. Modern Vehicle Technology
  4. Basic Driving Skills

Perceptual Skills Development…………………………14.3

  1. Perception as a Mental Process
  2. Visual Search Categories
  3. Traffic Situations and Avoidance Strategies
  4. The Need for Divided Visual and Mental

Decision-making/Risk Reduction………………………14.4

  1. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  2. Driver Distractions and the Appropriate Responses
  3. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Driving Conditions………………………………………14.5

  1. Hazardous Conditions and their Effects
  2. Challenges of Night Driving and Appropriate Responses
  3. Dangers of Vehicle Malfunctions
  4. Dangers of Sudden Emergencies

Freezing Rain
Ice
Black Ice
Sleet
Hail
Dealing with the Cold
Frost
Winter Safety Kit
Hot Driving Conditions
Battery
Engine Temperature
How the heat affects your vehicle
Kids and Animals
Downed Power Lines
Summer Safety Kit

 

Exit 13A………Newton’s School of Driving
Pennsylvania Department of Education Content and Performance Expectations for Driver Education
Pennsylvania Laws and Regulations…………………14.1

  1. Traffic Laws Related to Safe Driving
  2. Laws that Relate to Responsible Use of a Vehicle

Knowledge of Vehicle Operations…………………… 14.2

  1. Pre-trip Inspection Outside the Vehicle
  2. Pre-trip Preparation Inside the Vehicle
  3. Modern Vehicle Technology
  4. Basic Driving Skills

Perceptual Skills Development…………………………14.3

  1. Perception as a Mental Process
  2. Visual Search Categories
  3. Traffic Situations and Avoidance Strategies
  4. The Need for Divided Visual and Mental Attention

Decision-making/Risk Reduction………………………14.4

  1. Models of Decision-making
  2. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  3. Driver Distractions and the Appropriate Responses
  4. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Driving Conditions………………………………………14.5

  1. Hazardous Conditions and their Effects
  2. Dangers of Vehicle Malfunctions
  3. Dangers of Sudden Emergencies

Smooth
Natural Laws
Speed
Acceleration
Friction
Gravity
Kinetic Energy
Inertia
Potential Energy
Momentum
Torque
Loading
Steering Physics
Road Surfaces
Towing

 

Exit 13B……….Newton’s Second Lesson
Pennsylvania Department of Education Content and Performance Expectations for Driver Education
Knowledge of Vehicle Operations…………………… 14.2

  1. Modern Vehicle Technology
  2. Basic Driving Skills

Perceptual Skills Development…………………………14.3

  1. Perception as a Mental Process
  2. Visual Search Categories
  3. Traffic Situations and Avoidance Strategies
  4. The Need for Divided Visual and Mental Attention

Decision-making/Risk Reduction………………………14.4

  1. Models of Decision-making
  2. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  3. Driver Distractions and the Appropriate Responses
  4. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Driving Conditions………………………………………14.5

  1. Hazardous Conditions and their Effects
  2. Dangers of Vehicle Malfunctions
  3. Dangers of Sudden Emergencies

Experience and Judgment
Over Steering
Under Steering
Losing Control
Skids
Corrective Actions
Crashes
Side Collision
Side Swipe
Rear End Collisions
Roll Over Crashes
Head on Crashes

 

Exit 14A……….What happens when it Goes Bad
Pennsylvania Department of Education Content and Performance Expectations for Driver Education
Pennsylvania Laws and Regulations…………………14.1

  1. Laws that Relate to Responsible Use of a Vehicle

Knowledge of Vehicle Operations…………………… 14.2

  1. Modern Vehicle Technology

Decision-making/Risk Reduction………………………14.4

  1. Models of Decision-making
  2. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  3. Emotional Effects on Driver Decisions
  4. Driver Distractions and the Appropriate Responses
  5. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Driving Conditions………………………………………14.5

  1. Hazardous Conditions and their Effects
  2. Dangers of Vehicle Malfunctions
  3. Dangers of Sudden Emergencies

Emergency Situations
Crash Scene
Assessment and Security
Providing Help
Types of Injuries
First Aid
First Aid Kit
Mechanical Emergencies
Tires
Brakes

 

Exit 14B……….What Happens when it Continues to Go Bad
Pennsylvania Department of Education Content and Performance Expectations for Driver Education
Knowledge of Vehicle Operations…………………… 14.2

  1. Modern Vehicle Technology

Decision-making/Risk Reduction………………………14.4

  1. Models of Decision-making
  2. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  3. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Driving Conditions………………………………………14.5

  1. Hazardous Conditions and their Effects
  2. Dangers of Vehicle Malfunctions
  3. Dangers of Sudden Emergencies

Stuck Accelerator
Steering Malfunctions
Visibility Emergencies
Wipers
Headlights
Glare
Eye Emergencies
Hood Failure
Electrical Malfunctions
Engine Malfunctions

 

Exit 14C……….What Happens when it’s Still Going Bad
Pennsylvania Department of Education Content and Performance Expectations for Driver Education
Knowledge of Vehicle Operations…………………… 14.2

  1. Modern Vehicle Technology

Decision-making/Risk Reduction………………………14.4

  1. Models of Decision-making
  2. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  3. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Driving Conditions………………………………………14.5

  1. Hazardous Conditions and their Effects
  2. Dangers of Vehicle Malfunctions
  3. Dangers of Sudden Emergencies

Running out of Gas
Vehicle Fires
Car Jacking
Vehicle Theft
Emergency Vehicle Pursuits
Road Debris

 

Exit 15……….Preparing to take the PA Drivers Exam
Pennsylvania Department of Education Content and Performance Expectations for Driver Education
Pennsylvania Laws and Regulations …………………………………………..14.1

  1. Traffic Laws Related to Safe Driving
  2. Laws that Relate to Responsible Use of a Vehicle
  3. Pennsylvania Licensing Procedures

Knowledge of Vehicle Operations ……………………………………………….14.2

  1. Pre-trip Inspection Outside the Vehicle
  2. Pre-trip Preparation Inside the Vehicle
  3. Basic Driving Skills
  4. Post-trip Procedures

Perceptual Skills Development …………………………………………………….14.3

  1. Perception as a Mental Process
  2. Visual Search Categories
  3. Traffic Situations and Avoidance Strategies
  4. The Need for Divided Visual and Mental Attention

Decision-making/Risk Reduction ………………………………………………14.4

  1. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  2. Appropriate Responses to the Aggressive Driver
  3. Driver Distractions and the Appropriate Responses
  4. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Driving Conditions ………………………………………………………………………….14.5

  1. Hazardous Conditions and their Effects
  2. Dangers of Sudden Emergencies

Over 18
Under18
Scheduling the Road Test
Two Ways to Drive
Test Preparation
How the Test Works
Day of the Test
What to Expect
Test Competition
Pass
Fail
Stress Reduction
Pre Test
Post Test

 

Exit 16………Getting There
Pennsylvania Department of Education Content and Performance Expectations for Driver Education
Pennsylvania Laws and Regulations …………………………………………..14.1

  1. Traffic Laws Related to Safe Driving
  2. Laws that Relate to Responsible Use of a Vehicle

Knowledge of Vehicle Operations ……………………………………………….14.2

  1. Pre-trip Inspection Outside the Vehicle
  2. Pre-trip Preparation Inside the Vehicle
  3. Modern Vehicle Technology
  4. Basic Driving Skills
  5. Post-trip Procedures

Decision-making/Risk Reduction ………………………………………………14.4

  1. Models of Decision-making
  2. Concerns when Sharing the Roadway
  3. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Driving Conditions ………………………………………………………………………….14.5

  1. Hazardous Conditions and their Effects
  2. Challenges of Night Driving and Appropriate Responses

Influences Upon Driver Performance ………………………………………..14.6

  1. Types of Fatigue and How to Combat their Effects

Short Trips
Long Trips
Trip Planning
Routes
Timing
Money
Attractions
Maps and GPS
Leaving the Country

 

Exit 17……….What’s Next “Vehicle Ownership”
Pennsylvania Department of Education Content and Performance Expectations for Driver Education
Pennsylvania Laws and Regulations ………………………………..14.1

  1. Pennsylvania Licensing Procedures

Knowledge of Vehicle Operations ………………………………….14.2

  1. Pre-trip Inspection Outside the Vehicle
  2. Pre-trip Preparation Inside the Vehicle
  3. Modern Vehicle Technology
  4. Basic Driving Skills
  5. Post-trip Procedures

Decision-making/Risk Reduction …………………………………14.4

  1. Models of Decision-making
  2. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

What makes sense
Vehicle Lingo
Vehicle Options
Budget
Type
New
Used
Lease
Selling a vehicle

 

Exit 18………Vehicle Maintenance
Pennsylvania Department of Education Content and Performance Expectations for Driver Education
Pennsylvania Laws and Regulations ………………………………………..14.1

  1. Traffic Laws Related to Safe Driving
  2. Laws that Relate to Responsible Use of a Vehicle

Knowledge of Vehicle Operations ………………………………………….14.2

  1. Pre-trip Inspection Outside the Vehicle
  2. Pre-trip Preparation Inside the Vehicle
  3. Modern Vehicle Technology
  4. Post-trip Procedures

Decision-making/Risk Reduction …………………………………………14.4

  1. Models of Decision-making
  2. Consequences of High Risk Driver Actions and Human Error

Driving Conditions ……………………………………………………….14.5

  1. Dangers of Vehicle Malfunctions

Preventative Maintenance
Maintenance Schedules
Reactive Maintenance
Choosing a Mechanic
Dealer Maintenance
Getting Gas
Improving Gas Mileage
Vehicle Accessories
Vehicle Storage

 

Exit 19……….Conclusion Final Thoughts
Remember
Key Tips
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