Chosen Topic: Driving Under The Influence
Why is this topic a problem, especially for teen drivers?
Find two statistics that prove your topic is a problem for teen drivers.
On average, 2 in 3 people will be involved in a drunk driving cra
Laws and Rules of the Road
1. What is the difference between a learners license and an operators license?
The difference between a learners license and an operators license is that to earn a learner
license, you have to be at least 15 years old- whilst if
Critical Vehicle Systems
In one or more complete sentences, explain about vehicle maintenance and vehicle safety.
Which mechanical part or feature listed in the section on Critical Vehicle Systems do you think is most
I think that the most im
MODULE: 9. Critical Vehicle Systems
TOPIC: Becoming Familiar with your Vehicle
In order to operate your vehicle safely, you must know the functions and locations of all
the interior mechanisms of your car.
The instrument panel con
MODULE: 8. Substance Abuse
TOPIC: Illegal for Under 21 to Possess or Use Alcohol
SECTION: TEENS ARE LESS LIKELY TO DRINK AND DRIVE
Young drivers are less likely than adults to drive after drinking alcohol, but their collision
risks are substantially highe
MODULE: 7. Collisions: Costs and Preventions
Driving Defensively to Avoid Collisions
IS THERE A RISK OF A COLLISION?
The driver of the green car, while driving in the left lane of a two-lane road, sees a
vehicle stopped on the right shoulder, partially bl
MODULE: 6. Effects of Alcohol and Drugs
Alcohol and Drugs
ALCOHOL AND DRUGS
Let's be clear. If you are taking this course, you are probably under the legal drinking age and if you drink,
you do so illegally. This course presents information about the drug
MODULE: 5. Laws and Rules of the Road
TOPIC: Drivers License
This module will summarize the rules and regulations of Florida law. Please refer to the instructional
modules covering signs, signals, highway markings, and urban or rural
MODULE: 4. Signs, Signals, and Pavement Markings
TOPIC: Recognizing Traffic Control Signals
SECTION: TRAFFIC CONTROLS
Traffic control signals are devices placed along, beside, or above roadways to guide, warn,
and regulate the flow of traffic. All vehicle
MODULE: 3. Natural Forces Affecting the Driver
TOPIC: Natural Laws and Driving an Automobile
SECTION: NATURAL LAWS DETERMINE HOW AN AUTOMOBILE MAY BE
Imagine you are driving at a steady 50 mph, and suddenly a car pulls out right in front o