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  • Obey The Law
    • Obey all speed limits for both maximum and minimum speeds.
    • Obey traffic signs and signals.
    • When a light turns green, make sure the intersection has cleared before you go.
    • Pass other vehicles only on the left; signal your intention before changing lanes.
    • Never pass a stopped school bus.
    • Yield to drivers who have the right of way.
    • Don’t drink and drive.
    • Don’t take drugs and drive.
    • Always wear your seat belt, and make sure all your passengers buckle up, too.
    • Never try to pack in more passengers than there are seatbelts in the car.
    • Don’t blast the radio.
    • Don’t drive with small children in the front seat of a car.
    • Don’t talk on your cell phone, put on makeup, comb your hair, or eat while driving.
    • Always pull over if a police officer stops you.
  • Drive Defensively
    • Correctly position mirrors and seat before you start.
    • Never tailgate, stay at least three car distances behind the driver ahead of you.
    • Don?t insist on the right-of-way if the other driver will not yield it
    • Dim your headlights for oncoming cars and those ahead
    • Be aware of what?s happening several vehicle lengths ahead and behind you
  • Expect the Unexpected
    • Reckless behavior from other drivers.
    • People or animals darting into the road.
    • Swerving cyclists.
    • Potholes or debris in the roadway.
  • Take Bad Weather Precautions
    • Make sure your windshield is clean.
    • Use wipers, defroster and headlights.
    • Counter glare from sun or snow with sunglasses.
    • Clear snow from hood, roof and all windows.
    • Reduce speed when visibility is poor or roadways are slick.
    • Watch out for puddles, icy patches and sudden pockets of fog.
  • Maintain Your Vehicle
    • Conduct a pre-driving inspection every time.
    • Be sure that scheduled maintenance checks are carried out in time.
    • Don?t abuse your vehicle by driving too fast over bumpy terrain.
    • Don?t make unnecessarily sharp turns or sudden stops and starts.
    • Don’t allow friends or other uninsured drivers to drive your car.

Driving Checklist
  Taylor Peterson

on December 29, 2011

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