Driver's Ed Module 4: Driver Readiness
Driver readiness means ___.
Mental,emotional, and physical preparation to operate a vehicle
Emotions that may affect your driving are ___.
-Depression or anxiety
-Sadness or hatred
Factors that influence driver errors are ___.
-Lack of experience
-Inadequate decision-making skills regarding risk
Reduced risk driving practices include ___.
Being is emotionally, physical, and mentally ready to drive
Circadian rhythm fatigue is a result of ___.
The body's natural "down time"
The best remedy for driving fatigue is ___.
The most common group of drivers who commit road rage is ___.
18-26 year old males
The trigger for aggressive driving is most often ___.
When managing a aggressive driver you should NOT___.
Use your horn to alert him/her of your presence
Drivers who have developed basic maneuvering skills without proper decision-making are usually considered good drivers.
Most crashes involving teen drivers result from improper search.
Young people do not need to concern themselves with fatigue and driving as their energy level is higher than older people.
If you see others making driving errors, you should point out the mistakes to them.
Aggressive driving occurs most often on primary roadways.
When aggressive driving escaltes to violence, it is called road rage.
Frequent lane changes, high speed, and tailgating are signs of aggressive driving.
Commentary driving is when the driver comments on the passengers attitude.
When route planning, you should never worry about weather reports.
Commentary driving is a tool that allows you to "read the traffic picture aloud."
A driver should route plan for dealing with delays caused by weather, visibility, traffic, and roadway conditions.