LESSON 8 DRIVING LIGHT VEHICLE DLV Pre starting warm up procedures Inspection

Lesson 8 driving light vehicle dlv pre starting warm

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LESSON 8: DRIVING LIGHT VEHICLE (DLV) Pre starting warm up procedures Inspection of vehicle safety devices and tools LTO/LTFRB safety requirements The learner demonstrates an understanding of driving light vehicles. The learner independently performs driving of light vehicles based on LTO/LTFRB regulations. LO 1. Perform light vehicle pre starting and warm-up. 1.1 Inspect vehicle safety devices and tools as per manufacturer's specification in accordance with LTO/LTFRB requirements. 1.2 Perform pre-starting warm-up in accordance with manufacturer's manual. TLE_IADRV9- 12DLV-IIIa-c- 24 Traffic authorities and violations Motoring tips LO 2. Drive light vehicle. 2.1 Perform driving in accordance with traffic rules and regulations. TLE_IADRV9- 12DLV-IIId-j- IVa-b-25
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K TO 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II (160 hours) K to 12 Industrial Arts Driving (NC II) Curriculum Guide May 2016 *LO-Learning Outcomes STVEP Schools may cover more competencies in a week Page 15 of 22 CONTENT CONTENT STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD LEARNING COMPETENCIES CODE Driving hazards Right parking and shutting down (light vehicle) the engine. 2.2 Identify driving hazard through defensive driving. 2.3 Control driving hazard through defensive driving. 2.4 Transport passenger and loads as per LTO/LTFRB regulation. 2.5 Acquire clearance permit as per LTO/LTFRB regulation. 2.6 Park light vehicle in accordance with traffic regulations. 2.7 Switch off engine of light vehicle in accordance with manufacturer's specification. Minor routine repair and servicing - Blown bulbs in vehicle lights - Broken fan belt - Blown fuse - Broken side mirrors - Tires - Worn-out wheel caps - Spark plug and cables - Wiper blades Diagnosis of vehicle malfunctions Maintenance and updating of vehicle record LO 3. Monitor and maintain vehicle performance. 3.1 Perform routine vehicle maintenance. 3.2 Identify vehicle malfunctions by appropriate person in accordance with the manufacturer’s instruction. 3.3 Repair vehicle malfunctions by appropriate person in accordance with the manufacturer’s instruction. 3.4 Maintain vehicle records in accordance with workplace procedure. 3.5 Update vehicle records in accordance with workplace procedure. TLE_IADRV9- 12DLV-IVc-e- 26 LESSON 9: OBEYING AND OBSERVING TRAFFIC RULES AND REGULATIONS (OOT) Traffic Lights Road signs and markers - Warning signs - Regulatory Signs - Mandatory Signs - Informative Signs The learner demonstrates an understanding of concepts and underlying principles in obeying and observing traffic rules and regulations. The learner independently performs obeying and observing traffic rules and regulations based on LTO/LTFRB regulations. LO 1. Observe traffic signs and markers. 1.1 Identify traffic signs and road markers in accordance with concerned traffic authorities.
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