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Your License and the Law!
Do you want to be an organ donor? T – 1.6a Topic 2 Lesson 2 In order to be an organ donor you need: A signed donor card and Family consent. Organ Tissue Donation Scientific, surgical and medical advancements have made it possible to transplant many human organs and tissues with great success! Medical technology allows transplantation of: STATISTICS More than 10,000 kidneys are transplanted each year, yet over 23,000 people need transplants More than 2,000 hearts are transplanted each year, yet over 2,800 people continue to wait More than 3,000 livers are transplanted annually, yet over 2,600 people are on the waiting list More than 500 lungs are transplanted each year, yet over 1,000 people are on the waiting list for a transplant More than 500 pancreas transplants are performed annually, yet over 100 people are waiting for a transplant skin, cornea, bone, bone marrow, blood, kidney, heart, lung, pancreas, liver, small bowel, and heart valve.
License Suspension & Revocation Making a false statement to DMV Failing to stop and identify yourself at the scene of a crash if someone has been injured or killed Operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs Voluntary or involuntary manslaughter resulting from driving a motor vehicle Committing a drug offense, regardless of whether or not a motor vehicle is involved
License Suspension & Revocation cont… Committing a felony involving the use of a motor vehicle Taking a driver’s license examination for another person, or appearing for another person to renew a license. If convicted of this offense, your license will be revoked for ten years Eluding police
Suspended vs. Revoked Suspended: If your license is suspended, your privilege to drive has been withdrawn temporarily. You may pay the required fees and reinstate your license at the end of the suspension period unless your license expires during that period. You must show proof of legal presence.
Suspended vs. Revoked cont… Revoked: Revocation on the other hand, means that your privilege to drive has been terminated. Your driving privilege may be restored if you reapply for a driver’s license after the revocation period has passed. You must also show proof of legal presence. You must successfully complete the vision screening, two-part knowledge exam and road skills tests and pay the required fees when you reapply.
Driver Preparation Procedures
Check around the outside Check around the outside of the vehicle for broken glass (windows, lights,etc.), body damage, condition of tires, fluid leaks, direction of front tires, or debris on the ground that could interfere with movement. Pre-DriveTasks Pre-Drive Tasks T – 2.1 Topic 1 Lesson 1 Check for Check for small children or pets near vehicle.
T – 2.2 Pre-DriveTasks Pre-Drive Tasks Topic 1 Lesson 1 Sliding books or book bags on seats when slowing or stopping will distract the driver. Food or beverages also distract the driver from the driving task. Valuables visible in the car may attract a thief. Store personal items in trunk of vehicle When parked at the curb Approach vehicle from the front to monitor oncoming traffic. Approach driver’s door with key in hand. When parked in parking lot Approach vehicle from the rear to observe people or objects near the car. Approach driver’s door with key in hand.
Starting Tasks Check/set parking brake Check/set parking brake Place foot on brake Place foot on brake Put key in ignition and unlock Put key in ignition and unlock Move shifter to park/neutral Move shifter to park/neutral T – 2.7 Topic 1 Lesson 3
Starting Tasks Turn ignition to the on position Turn ignition to the on position Check gauges Check gauges Adjust ventilation (HVAC) Adjust ventilation (HVAC) Set needed accessories (defroster, wipers, etc.) Set needed accessories (defroster, wipers, etc.) Move shifter to Reverse or Drive Move shifter to Reverse or Drive T – 2.8 Topic 1 Lesson 4
Stop in a legal, safe parking space Stop in a legal, safe parking space - Park an appropriate distance from a fire hydrant, intersection, RR crossing, loading zone, etc. - Keep foot on service brake. Set Parking Brake Set Parking Brake Recommended in most new vehicle owner’s manuals to protect transaxle and constant velocity joints. Place gear selector in (P)ark. Place gear selector in (P)ark. Or place in recommended gear (Reverse or First gear) for manual shift transmission. Turn off any vehicle accessories Turn off any vehicle accessories Check that all systems are functioning and ready to use next time. Securing Tasks T – 2.9 Topic 1 Lesson 4
Turn ignition switch to “off” Turn ignition switch to “off” - The engine and all accessories should shut off. Lock ignition switch and remove key Lock ignition switch and remove key - This is a safety feature for removing the key in most vehicles. Remove occupant restraints Remove occupant restraints - In some older cars, the shoulder restraints operate when the door is opened. Check traffic and exit the vehicle Check traffic and exit the vehicle - Check flow to rear prior to opening the door. - Check traffic flow to rear prior to opening the door. - Rear child safety door locks may need to be opened from the driver’s door. Secure doors and windows Secure doors and windows - Protects valuables and unauthorized entry by others. Securing Tasks T – 2.10 Topic 1 Lesson 4
Right–of–Way Concepts: Controlled Intersections Right–of–Way Concepts: Controlled Intersections T – 1.14a Controlled Intersections: Topic 3 Lesson 1 Signs and/or signalsSigns and/or signals determine who should yield determine who should yield regulate the flow of traffic and pedestrians regulate the flow of traffic and pedestrians
Uncontrolled Intersections/ 4-way Stop An uncontrolled intersection NO signs or signalsAn uncontrolled intersection has NO signs or signals to regulate the flow of traffic. A 4-way stop has a stop sign at each corner. Vehicles approaching an intersection must yield to vehicles already in the intersection. In these illustrations, the Blue Car must yield the right-of-way. When two or more vehicles approach an intersection at approximately the same time, the driver of the vehicle on the left shall yield the right-of-way to the vehicle on the right. Topic 3 Lesson 1 T – 1.14b First Car RuleSame Time Rule
Right–of–Way Concepts: Intersections Right–of–Way Concepts: Intersections Topic 3 Lesson 1 T – 1.14c Left TurnsPrivate road, alley or driveway Vehicles turning left must yield to oncoming traffic – unless there is a lead green arrow. Vehicles entering a roadway from a private road, alley or driveway shall stop and yield right-of-way to traffic on the roadway.
Right–of–Way Concepts: Intersections Right–of–Way Concepts: Intersections Topic 3 Lesson 1 T – 1.14d In these illustrations, the Blue Car must yield the right-of-way. T-IntersectionsTraffic Circles At a T-intersection, the vehicle on the side street must stop and yield right of way. Vehicles entering the traffic circle shall yield to vehicles already in the intersection.
Expressways/Multi-Lane Roadways Expressways/Multi-Lane Roadways Topic 3 Lesson 1 T – 1.15 Entering a controlled-access highway Yield the right-of-way to vehicles already on the expressway. Leaving a controlled-access highway Vehicles entering the expressway shall yield to vehicles exiting the expressway. If you miss the exit, do not stop and/or back up on the expressway. Continue driving to the next exit. Driving on multiple-lane roadways Driving on multiple-lane roadways The vehicle entering the lane of traffic from a lane to the right shall yield right-of-way to the vehicle entering the same lane of traffic from a lane to the left. *See Module 6 for detailed information on limited access roadways.
the Right-of-Way to Pedestrians the Right-of-Way to Emergency Vehicles Right–of–Way Concepts: Special Situations Right–of–Way Concepts: Special Situations T – 1.16 Topic 3 Lesson 1 the Right-of-Way to School Buses
Right–of–Way Concepts: Special Situations Right–of–Way Concepts: Special Situations Yield the Right-of-Way to School Buses Topic 3 Lesson 1 T – 1.16a All traffic must stop for a school bus with flashing red lights and an extended stop sign UNLESS the vehicles are traveling on the opposite side of a highway on a roadway separated by a physical barrier or unpaved median area. Note: You must also stop if the bus is loading or unloading children and the signal devices are not functioning properly.
Right–of–Way Concepts: School Buses Right–of–Way Concepts: School Buses Topic 3 Lesson 1 T – 1.16b In these illustrations, the RED cars must STOP and YIELD Right-of-Way Traffic from both directions must stop. Vehicles traveling on the opposite side of a divided highway separated by a barrier or unpaved median do not have to stop. At an intersection, all traffic must stop. If a School Bus is Loading or Unloading Students...
Right–of–Way Concepts: Emergency Vehicles Right–of–Way Concepts: Emergency Vehicles Yield the Right-of-Way to Emergency Vehicles Topic 3 Lesson 1 T – 1.16c Vehicles must yield the right-of-way to police, fire, and rescue vehicles using a siren and/or flashing lights. Pull over to the right edge of the road and stop until the emergency vehicle has passed. If traffic is congested and prevents moving to the right edge of the road, adjust lane position and leave a clear path for the emergency vehicle to pass. On an undivided highway, all traffic must pull over to the edge of the road and allow the emergency vehicle to pass.
Right–of–Way Concepts: Pedestrians Right–of–Way Concepts: Pedestrians Yield the Right-of-Way to Pedestrians at T – 1.16d Topic 3 Lesson 1 Intersections Crosswalks When Making Right & Left Turns