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1 Thank you for requesting this demo of the Driver Ed Power Point. This is a small sampling of the 363 slides that make up the entire presentation. Just as with the full version of the Power Point, each slide of this demo is fully automated. The Power Point was designed so each slide’s automation will play in its entirety before prompting the teacher to advance to the next slide or review question. If the teacher wishes to view the slide again, simply hit the “backspace”, “page up”, or “up” arrow followed by “enter” and the slide will play again in its entirety. Once a teacher arrives at the Chapter Review questions, they control when to advance to the next question. To advance to the next slide, simply wait for the “ARROW” prompt to appear, then click. The following slide will explain how this presentation is laid out. Thank you

2 LAWS GOVERNING DRIVER LICENSES  A motorist who operates a motor vehicle in the State of New Jersey must carry a valid driver license, a valid provisional license or a validated New Jersey permit. The motorist must also carry valid insurance and vehicle registration cards. (N.J.S.A. 39:3-29) A motorist with a validated New Jersey driver permit must be accompanied by an appropriately licensed driver. (N.J.S.A. 39:3- 13, 39:3-13.2a) A motorist who is a legal resident of New Jersey must be licensed in this state. (N.J.S.A. 39:3-10, 39:3-17.1) A motorist who changes addresses must report this change to the MVC within one week after moving. This includes individuals who are moving out of New Jersey. (N.J.S.A. 39:3-36) A motorist who legally changes his/her name (marriage, divorce, adoption) must report the change to the MVC within two weeks. (N.J.S.A. 39:3-9b) A motorist with a valid out-of-state license who moves to New Jersey must apply for a New Jersey license within 60 days (commercial driver license – CDL - within 30 days) or before the current license expires, whichever is sooner. The out-of state license must be surrendered prior to receiving a New Jersey license. (N.J.S.A. 39:3-17.1, 39: , 39:5D-5) A motorist who is a foreign national with a valid license from another country may be eligible for a New Jersey driver license. If the motorist receives a New Jersey license, he/she will not have to surrender the out-of-country license. Operators of commercial vehicles, such as large trucks, buses and vehicles that transport hazardous materials, must satisfy more stringent testing standards than the drivers of automobiles or motorcycles. These operators must still possess a valid, basic New Jersey driver license prior to applying for a CDL.. To register a vehicle, State of New Jersey only requires proof of what type of insurance? WHY ?? Motorists must always carry what 3 items with them when they drive? Note: Banking institutions require all financed vehicles have “comprehensive” coverage. The holder of a validated permit must be accompanied by a “Supervising Driver”. The “Supervising Driver” must be: 21 years of age, NJ license, 3 years experience 6 Think !! If a police officer pulled you over for a routine traffic stop, they would ask you for what three documents?? THE PAGE # FROM THE DRIVER MANUAL WILL APPEAR IN THE LOWER CORNER OF THE SLIDE Text boxes on right side of slide, bordered in “Black” or “Red” highlight memory tips or safety related pictures and material associated with this particular slide. All text boxes on right side of slide, bordered in “Yellow” identify material that should be considered “test” material. TEXT, BOXED IN A “GREEN” BORDER WITH YELLOW HIGHLIGHT WILL IDENTIFY MATERIAL FROM THE DRIVER MANUAL THAT’S BEING DISCUSSED IN THIS SLIDE. ONCE “NEXT” APPEARS PRESS “ENTER” TO ADVANCE TO NEXT SLIDE, WHEN READY.

3 Out of Publication ALL INFORMATION FOR THE FOLLOWING PRESENTATION IS SUPPORTED BY THESE PUBLICATIONS

4 Information in the MVC Driver Manual is supported by “Title 39” Motor Vehicle and Traffic Laws of New Jersey. Gould Publications 199 State St. Binghamton, NY : ANY REFERENCE TO MOTOR VEHICLE LAW IN THIS PRESENTATION WILL SHOW THE ACTUAL CITATION NUMBER FROM THIS BOOK. ADDITIONAL CLASSROOM RESOURCES

5 45 CHAPTER 1 COVERS ALL MATERIAL RELATING TO DRIVER DOCUMENTATION AND “GDL” REQUIREMENTS. CHAPTER1 INCLUDES 29 REVIEW QUESTIONS

6 LAWS GOVERNING DRIVER LICENSES  A motorist who operates a motor vehicle in the State of New Jersey must carry a valid driver license, a valid provisional license or a validated New Jersey permit. The motorist must also carry valid insurance and vehicle registration cards. (N.J.S.A. 39:3-29) A motorist with a validated New Jersey driver permit must be accompanied by an appropriately licensed driver. (N.J.S.A. 39:3- 13, 39:3-13.2a) A motorist who is a legal resident of New Jersey must be licensed in this state. (N.J.S.A. 39:3-10, 39:3-17.1) A motorist who changes addresses must report this change to the MVC within one week after moving. This includes individuals who are moving out of New Jersey. (N.J.S.A. 39:3-36) A motorist who legally changes his/her name (marriage, divorce, adoption) must report the change to the MVC within two weeks. (N.J.S.A. 39:3-9b) A motorist with a valid out-of-state license who moves to New Jersey must apply for a New Jersey license within 60 days (commercial driver license – CDL - within 30 days) or before the current license expires, whichever is sooner. The out-of state license must be surrendered prior to receiving a New Jersey license. (N.J.S.A. 39:3-17.1, 39: , 39:5D-5) A motorist who is a foreign national with a valid license from another country may be eligible for a New Jersey driver license. If the motorist receives a New Jersey license, he/she will not have to surrender the out-of-country license. Operators of commercial vehicles, such as large trucks, buses and vehicles that transport hazardous materials, must satisfy more stringent testing standards than the drivers of automobiles or motorcycles. These operators must still possess a valid, basic New Jersey driver license prior to applying for a CDL.. Note: It is the banking institutions (not MVC) that require all financed vehicles to have what’s called “comprehensive” (collision, fire, theft) coverage. The “Supervising Driver” must be: 21 years of age, NJ license, 3 years experience 6 The holder of a validated permit must be accompanied by a “Supervising Driver”. Think !! If a police officer pulled you over for a routine traffic stop, they would ask you for what three documents?? To register a vehicle, the State of New Jersey only requires proof of “LIABILTY” insurance. Motorists must always carry their License, Registration and Proof of Insurance when they drive.

7 1. WHAT 3 ITEMS MUST A DRIVER HAVE WITH THEM AT ALL TIMES WHEN THEY DRIVE A VEHICLE IN NEW JERSEY? 2. WHAT TYPE OF AUTO INSURANCE IS MANDATORY IN ORDER TO REGISTER A VEHICLE IN NEW JERSEY? 3. WHAT REQUIREMENTS MUST AN INDIVIDUAL MEET TO QUALIFY AS A “SUPERVISING DRIVER”? 4. IF A DRIVER CHANGES HIS ADDRESS WITHIN NEW JERSEY, THEY MUST NOTIFY MVC WITHIN HOW MANY DAYS? 5. IF A PERSON LEGALLY CHANGES THEIR NAME, THEY MUST NOTIFY MVC IN PERSON WITHIN HOW MANY DAYS? CHAPTER 1 Review Page

8 THE FOLLOWING PAGE IS PART OF THE 5 PAGE “GDL” STUDY SHEET WHICH SUMMARIZES WHAT CAN BE FOUND IN THE DRIVER MANUAL ON PAGES

9 CHAPTER 2 COVERS ALL MATERIAL RELATING TO DRIVER LICENSE REQUIREMENTS AND ROAD TEST INFORMATION. CHAPTER2 INCLUDES 12 REVIEW QUESTIONS

10 Road Test After an applicant passes the knowledge test and vision screening and, if applicable, an approved behind-the-wheel course, the MVC will validate his/her permit so that he/she can practice. GDL permit holders under 21 years of age must have a minimum of six months supervised practice driving prior to a road test appointment. GDL permit holders, 21 years old and over, must have a minimum of three months supervised practice driving prior to a road test appointment. To make an appointment for an initial road test or a retest, visit any Driver Testing Center or schedule online at Appointments may not be made by phone. TEST VEHICLE REQUIREMENTS For the road test, an applicant must have a vehicle with a valid inspection sticker, a valid registration document and a valid insurance ID card for that vehicle (unless covered by BPU or federal DOT regulations). The vehicle may not have any obstructions or consoles that prevent the examiner from reaching the foot or parking brakes. The applicant must also have a valid permit and be accompanied by a licensed driver. The accompanying driver must hold a license to operate the type of vehicle for which the applicant has a permit (except for a moped). Vehicles registered out of state must comply with motorist’s home state’s laws with regard to insurance identification ACCOMPANYING DRIVER REQUIREMENTS An applicant may drive a properly registered vehicle to the road test area. However, a licensed driver must remain in the vehicle with the applicant at all times. A vehicle may not be moved, even in the road test line, without a licensed driver in the vehicle. If the accompanying motorist is licensed in a state other than New Jersey, or has less than three years of driving experience, he/she must drive the vehicle to the road test area. The MVC does not supply vehicles for road tests. ELEMENTS OF THE ROAD TEST On the actual road test, an MVC examiner will ride with the applicant when he/she drives in an off-road test area or on a public road course. The purpose of the road test is to make sure that the applicant understands the rules of the road and can drive safely. If the applicant’s vehicle has a standard transmission, the examiner will ask the applicant to demonstrate his/her ability to correctly shift gears. 32 Driver under GDL program, must be accompanied by a “Supervising Driver” who is *At least 21, *New Jersey Licensed * 3 yrs driving experience. ROAD TEST LINE ** VEHICLES REGISTERED OUT- OF-STATE MUST COMPLY WITH NJ INSURANCE REGULATIONS !!! Vehicles for Road Test must have either a center hand brake “or” there can be no obstruction that blocks examiner from reaching foot brake. TO TAKE A ROAD TEST YOU MUST HAVE: *“VALIDATED” PERMIT, *VEHICLE WITH PROPER INSPECTION STICKER, *CURRENT VEHICLE REGISTRATION AND *INSURANCE CARD.

11 1. NJMVC REQUIRES APPLICANTS TO PASS WHAT 2 BASIC TESTS BEFORE THEY ARE ELIGIBLE TO DRIVE ON THEIR PERMITS. 3. MINIMUM REQUIREMENT TO PASS THE VISION TEST, WITH OR W/O CORRECTIVE LENSES IS? 4. IF YOU FAIL A WRITTEN TEST AT MVC OR A DRIVING SCHOOL CERTIFIED TO ADMINISTER THE WRITTEN TEST, YOU MUST WAIT HOW LONG BEFORE YOU CAN RETEST? 2. THE MINIMUM PASSING GRADE FOR A WRITTEN TEST IS? CHAPTER 2 Review Pages 29 – 35

12 CHAPTER 3 COVERS ALL MATERIAL RELATING TO SEAT BELTS, CAR SEATS, STARTING A VEHICLE AND BASIC VEHICLE MANUEVERS. CHAPTER3 INCLUDES 25 REVIEW QUESTIONS

13 SNOW/ICE State law (N.J.S.A 39:4-77.1) requires a motorist to remove snow or ice from a vehicle before driving it. If snow or ice dislodges from a moving vehicle, it could strike another vehicle or pedestrian, causing injury or property damage. Starting a Parked Car Before getting into a vehicle, look behind it and in front of it. There are blind spots once a motorist is behind the wheel. Children may be there. There also may be bottles, cans, bicycles or other things that cannot be seen from the motorist’s seat. STARTING CHECKLIST All windows should be clean and nothing should block a motorist’s vision. The seat must be adjusted so a motorist can reach all pedals and controls easily. (For most motorists, the seat may be adjusted so he/she is sitting an arm’s length from steering wheel). Inside and outside rearview mirrors should be adjusted. Seat belts and shoulder harnesses should be fastened so that they are firm and comfortable. The vehicle should be in park or neutral gear and the parking brake should be set. Doors should be locked. A motorist should keep good posture while driving. The seat should be adjusted so that the motorist can reach the foot pedals easily. The motorist should be comfortable behind the wheel. He/she should not have to strain to reach the gear shift levers, turn signals or dashboard controls. A motorist is properly positioned when he/she can see clearly and can glance to the rear. If a motorist wears glasses, he/she should adjust them. More than 95 percent of the information a motorist needs is visual. To fight glare at night, colored lenses should be avoided as they distort color. Anti-reflective coatings should be used on lenses. This will help eliminate internal reflections in eyeglasses and may help night driving. A motorist should have an eye checkup every two years. As a motorist ages, visual clarity declines and peripheral vision becomes less distinct. For example, a 60-year-old perceives light about a third as well as a 20-year-old. Have you ever heard of the “3 POINTS OF CONTACT” ? THE 3 POINTS OF CONTACT REFER TO THE PROPER POSITION YOU SHOULD USE WHEN STARTING A VEHICLE. ** Because driving is % “visual”, it is important to properly adjust and maintain all mirrors and keep all windows clean both inside and out and clear of obstructions. 44

14 DRIVING SIGNALS A motorist should always give a proper signal when turning, changing lanes, stopping or slowing down. Most vehicles have turn signals and a motorist should always use them. A motorist should turn on the turn signal at least 100 feet before turning and be sure to cancel the signal after making a turn. Not doing so could mislead other motorists. (N.J.S.A. 39:4-126) New Jersey law requires a motorist to know the correct hand signals for stopping and turning, which are standard in all states. To give a hand signal, a motorist should put his/her arm well out of the vehicle so that it is visible to other motorists. Stop or slowing down: hand and arm downward, palm facing to the rear Right turn: hand and arm upward Left turn: hand and arm straight out Another signal is the horn, which is a warning signal. It calls attention to what the motorist is doing. Motorists may sound the horn when passing another vehicle when not in a business or residential zone. Under normal conditions, the horn should be able to be heard for at least 200 feet. (N.J.S.A. 39:3-69) Only emergency vehicles may use sirens, whistles or bells. DRIVING IN REVERSE Before driving in reverse, a motorist must be sure that the path is clear. This can be done by using the mirrors and turning to check. He/she must be very careful because the view to the rear is limited. In reverse, turning the wheel to the right will direct the vehicle to the right. Steering to the left will direct the vehicle to the left. If a motorist does not turn the wheel while in reverse, the vehicle will move straight backward. To drive in reverse, a motorist’s head and body should be turned to the right until he/she can see clearly through the back window of the vehicle without the use of mirrors. The motorist’s right hand and arm should be placed over the back of the front passenger seat; the left hand should grasp the top of the steering wheel. The “horn” is a form of communication. You may sound the horn when passing if not in a business or residential zone. 49 Always give a proper signal when changing directions or lanes, or for stopping or slowing down. (COMMUNICATE YOUR INTENTION) 39: Turn Signals. A signal of intention to turn right or left shall be given continuously during not less than the last 100 feet travelled by the vehicle before turning. 2 PTS New Jersey law requires that drivers know the correct hand signals for stopping and turning, which are standard in all states.

15 The following set of slides were developed to help unravel the mystery of how to park on a hill A SIMPLE DESIGN SUCH AS THIS CAN LEAD THE WAY TO SOLVING THE MYSTERY

16 HOW MANY BOXES APPEAR ON THE SCREEN EACH BOX REPRESENTS ONE OF THE 4 HILL PARKING SCENARIOS

17 THESE REPRESENT THE UPHILL BOXES THESE REPRESENT THE DOWNHILL BOXES

18 UPHILL WITH A CURBUPHILL WITHOUT A CURB DOWNHILL WITHOUT A CURBDOWNHILL WITH A CURB UPPER LEFT BOX WHEELS GO LEFT ALL OTHERS WHEELS GO RIGHT

19 57 CHAPTER 4 COVERS ALL MATERIAL RELATING TO SPEED CONTROL, RULES FOR PASSING, PEDESTRIANS, INTERSECTIONS, HIGHWAYS, STOPPING REGULATIONS, HEADLIGHT USE AND PARKING REGULATIONS. CHAPTER 4 INCLUDES 50 REVIEW QUESTIONS

20 58 SPEED CONTROL Exceeding the speed limit is a common contributing factor of fatal and other types of accidents. A motorist must always obey the speed limit. Speed affects almost everything that can happen when driving. A good rule is to keep up with the flow of traffic at any legal speed. In order to make safe emergency stops when necessary, it is important to keep enough distance from surrounding traffic. New Jersey law sets top speed limits for any given road, street, highway or freeway. The common cause of fatal and other types of accidents typically involves “EXCESSIVE SPEED”. New Jersey law sets top speed limits for any given road, street, highway or freeway. IMPROPER SPEED FOR EXISTING CONDITIONS AFFECTS A DRIVER’S: REACTION TIME STOPPING DISTANCE AND ABILITY TO AVOID POTENTIAL CONFLICTS. WE REFER TO THIS AS OUR “SPACE CUSHION”. KEEPING A “SPACE CUSHION” ALLOWS A DRIVER TIME TO REACT SAFELY IN AN EMERGENCY. In order to make safe or emergency stops when necessary, it is important to keep enough distance from surrounding traffic.

21 PEDESTRIANS IN A CROSSWALK New Jersey has experienced a large number of pedestrian injury crashes and fatalities, as compared to the nation as a whole. The most important pedestrian safety message for New Jersey residents is: Pedestrian safety is a shared responsibility. There is no single cause of crashes involving pedestrians. Pedestrians and motorists must all do their part to keep pedestrians safe. A motorist must: Yield to pedestrians in crosswalks. (Per N.J.S.A 39:4-36, failure to yield carries a $100 fine, up to 15 days in jail and a 2-point license penalty.). Watch for pedestrians when turning right on red. Obey speed limits. Be sure not to block or park in crosswalks. Keep the vehicle’s windshield clean for maximum visibility. Be alert for pedestrians at all times. Be aware of areas where pedestrians are most likely to appear (near schools, town centers, residential neighborhoods, parks). Never pass another vehicle that has stopped to yield to a pedestrian. Yield the right-of-way to all pedestrians in a crosswalk, even if they began crossing with a proper signal and they are still in the crosswalk when the signal changes. Remember that pedestrians are the most vulnerable roadway users Motorists will be held responsible for maintaining pedestrian safety. INTERSECTIONS An intersection is where two or more roads cross or merge at angles. As most collisions occur at intersections, a motorist should be aware of the three types of intersections and know how to safely navigate through them. A single solid white line across a road at an intersection means that a motorist must stop behind the line for a traffic signal or sign. CONTROLLED An intersection is controlled if there are traffic signals or signs in any direction. A motorist must obey the signals and signs. At a controlled intersection, a motorist must yield for certain conditions. At a multi-way stop or stop intersection, a motorist must yield to the motorist on the right if both motorists get there at the same time. A motorist should also yield to another motorist already stopped at the intersection. 62 Failure to stop for a pedestrian is a fine of $100 and 2 Points When turning “Right on Red”, motorists must yield to pedestrians and bicyclists. When stopping at an intersection, do not block the crosswalk. This sign warns you there is a crossing ahead. This sign identifies the actual location of the crosswalk.

22 PEDESTRIANS IN A CROSSWALK New Jersey has experienced a large number of pedestrian injury crashes and fatalities, as compared to the nation as a whole. The most important pedestrian safety message for New Jersey residents is: Pedestrian safety is a shared responsibility. There is no single cause of crashes involving pedestrians. Pedestrians and motorists must all do their part to keep pedestrians safe. A motorist must: Yield to pedestrians in crosswalks. (Per N.J.S.A 39:4-36, failure to yield carries a $100 fine, up to 15 days in jail and a 2-point license penalty.). Watch for pedestrians when turning right on red. Obey speed limits. Be sure not to block or park in crosswalks. Keep the vehicle’s windshield clean for maximum visibility. Be alert for pedestrians at all times. Be aware of areas where pedestrians are most likely to appear (near schools, town centers, residential neighborhoods, parks). Never pass another vehicle that has stopped to yield to a pedestrian. Yield the right-of-way to all pedestrians in a crosswalk, even if they began crossing with a proper signal and they are still in the crosswalk when the signal changes. Remember that pedestrians are the most vulnerable roadway users. Motorists will be held responsible for maintaining pedestrian safety. INTERSECTIONS An intersection is where two or more roads cross or merge at angles. As most collisions occur at intersections, a motorist should be aware of the three types of intersections and know how to safely navigate through them. A single solid white line across a road at an intersection means that a motorist must stop behind the line for a traffic signal or sign. CONTROLLED An intersection is controlled if there are traffic signals or signs in any direction. A motorist must obey the signals and signs. At a controlled intersection, a motorist must yield for certain conditions. At a multi-way stop or stop intersection, a motorist must yield to the motorist on the right if both motorists get there at the same time. A motorist should also yield to another motorist already stopped at the intersection. 39: : SHALL COME TO A “COMPLETE” STOP …. WITHIN 5 FEET OF THE NEAREST CROSSWALK OR STOP LINE. (NOTE) THERE WILL NEVER BE A CROSSWALK PLACED BEFORE A STOP LINE TO THE DRIVER’S SIDE, AS A STOPPING REFERENCE POINT FOR THE ACTUAL SIGN. REMEMBER !! THE SIGN TELLS US TO STOP, IT DOES NOT TELL US WHERE. KNOW TITLE 39: !! 62 39: Stopping or Yielding – Right of Way No driver of a vehicle… shall enter upon or cross an intersecting street marked with a “stop” sign unless he has first brought his vehicle… to a complete stop at a point within 5 feet of the nearest crosswalk or stop line marked upon the pavement at the near side of the intersecting street and shall proceed only after yielding the right of way to all traffic on the intersecting street which is so close as to constitute an immediate hazard.

23 IN SITUATIONS LIKE THIS, WHERE SCHOOL BUSES HAVE TO PARK ON THE STREET IN FRONT OF A SCHOOL, THEY’RE NOT REQUIRED TO TURN ON THEIR “RED” WARNING LIGHTS. THEREFORE !! ** If a school bus is parked directly in front of a school, loading or unloading students, drivers may pass without stopping at a speed no greater than 10 mph. WHY ARE THESE CARS PERMITTED TO DRIVE PAST THE STOPPED SCHOOL BUSES?

24 THE FULL VERSION OF THE POWER POINT HAS 363 FULLY AUTOMATED SLIDES. THE ENTIRE PRESENTATION INCLUDES 219 REVIEW QUESTIONS, BROKEN DOWN BY CHAPTER AND INTEGRATED INTO EACH CHAPTER. WITH EACH ORDER, TEACHERS WILL RECEIVE: POWER POINT VIEWING USB “KEY” TABLE OF CONTENTS FOR EASY REFERENCE REVIEW QUESTIONS ANSWER KEY “GDL” STUDY SHEET COLLISION CONTRIBUTING FACTORS SHEET ALCOHOL EFFECT REFERENCE CHART THANK YOU


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