Safe driving in today’s complex traffic environment requires the adoption of a behavior called defensive driving. A defensive driver is someone who takes all reasonable precautions to prevent traffic incidents despite the actions of those around them.
This course is designed to teach you the techniques and practices required to be a defensive driver by going over and above what is required by law. You will be provided with a standard of driving excellence that you can use to evaluate and improve your own driving. Whether it's at work or at home, becoming a defensive driver is a valuable and necessary asset.
- Principles and foundations of defensive driving
- How our attitude and emotions affect our driving
- The four categories of driving impairment
- Driving with children
- Navigating intersections
- Properly passing vehicles and making split-second decisions
- Turning, merging, and right of way
- Aggressive driving
- Distracted driving
- Optional modules including other road users, winter driving, and pre-trip inspection/fuel efficiency
Course Duration: 1 Day
To request a course for your company or for more information, please contact us.
"I found it course very informative to go over some of the driving skills and rules I have forgotten about over the years. "
"I was very satisfied with the Instructor who was competent, approachable and clear. "
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