Teen Driving Issues Project
1. What issues face teen drivers?
Teen drivers face the issue of drinking and driving.
Part I: Identify the Issue or Problem.
2. Define the issue in terms of teen driving.
Drinking and driving is when you have alcohol in your s
Critical Vehicle Systems
Which mechanical part or feature listed in the section on Critical Vehicle Systems do you think is most
important? Seat belt
Why is that particular part or feature so important? Seat belts hold me in place and prevent me from
1. What is distracted driving? Why is cell phone distraction particularly
dangerous and why is this issue for teen drivers?
- Distracted driving is any activity that could divert a persons attention
away from the primary task of driving. A
By: Shanese Rogers
Will I have a vehicle of my own to drive, or will I share?
I will most likely end up sharing a vehicle.
who will pay for the insurance and gas?
I dont have a job, so in the meantime my parents will deal
with the costs
Contact your fa
Where will you go on your first trip?
I plan on going to Orlando
You approach a railroad crossing with a cross buck sign that has no lights
or gates. What should you do?
Railroad cross buck signs are found at most crossings. Since they are yield
2.02 Module Assignment
K-Vehicles are dangerous and I would have to
give 100% of my attention toward driving.
Especially when I am not the only one driving on
If I follow the rules it would ensure the safety of
myself as well as others me.
Assignment 01.05 What Actions Can I Take?
This week I overcame a challenge. We all know school will be out soon
and school finals are approaching. Right now my grades are Ok, but not the way I
wanted them. Currently I have:
By Shanese Rogers
What is the difference between a learners license and an
A permit allows you to drive under certain conditions, such
as having another adult in the car with you. Also, with a drivers
license you can drive anywhere, wit
Natural Forces Affecting the Driver
1. How does inertia affect a person who is not wearing a seatbelt during a collision? Objects that are moving will continue moving unless they are stopped by some other force,
so if a seatbelt isn't stopping the person,
Laws and Rules of the Road
In one or more complete sentences, explain the details and requirements to obtain a driver license.
1. What is the difference between a learners license and an operators license? - Learners
License is when you can drive only if
1. KWhat You Know
a. Discuss two things you know about driving.
b. A. You must stop at all red lights.
c. B. The right of way goes to whomever approaches the stop sign first.
2. WWhat You Want to Know
a. Discuss two things you want to know about driving.
Module 1: Driving is Your Responsibility:
Complete the K-W-L information below.
K- What you Know
Discuss two things you know about driving.
1. I know to never text and drive and to keep all eyes on the road.
2. I know the difference between yellow and whi
Research 3. Period 6.
November 15th, 2015
Animal Testing Essay
Animal testing is cruel in many ways. Im against animal testing. First of all, its cruel
and theres other ways to find medical treatments, cures, and more. Also, an