16. Identify dangerous driving situations that may occur on rural roads and urban streets.
rural roads--unfenced animals, slow-moving farm equipment, off-road vehicles
urban streets--parked cars, pedestrians, one-way thoroughfares Describing correct procedures for entering and exiting limited and controlled access highways Describing correct procedures to follow when confronted with road emergencies and collisions
emergencies--tire failure, engine overheating, engine failure, objects in roadway, hydroplaning
collisions--head-on, side-impact, rear-end Explaining proper procedures for reporting traffic accidents
Examples: driver responsibilities, witness responsibilities Explaining methods to minimize risks during ideal conditions, adverse road conditions, and periods of reduced visibility
Examples: increasing following distance, using headlights, cleaning windshield often, reducing speed Explaining safe procedures for approaching and driving through various railroad grade crossings