Driving in Bad Weather Video Guide Sophomore Driver. Education.
This video is divided into three sections:
I. Driving with bad visibility due to fog, sand. dust, or smoke
II. Driving in the rain
III. Driving in snow and ice
The questions in each section refer to driving in the conditions listed above. Read the question before you view the video.
Section I: Driving with bad visibility due to fog, sand. dust, or smoke
1. What can you do to improve safety due to the conditions above?
2. List things a driver should do when visibility is poor.
3. In fog, sand, dust or smoke slow down ____________________________.
4. Revisit question # 2
5. What should your do if your are going to pull over?
Section II: Driving in the rain.
6. Define the two types of hydroplaning
7. List things that can be done to prepare the car for rain.
8. How much longer does it take to stop the car on wet pavement?
9. How many seconds should there be between you and the car in front when the pavement is wet?
10. Explain what to do when you skid.
11. How should you turn your wheels during a skid?
12. How can you avoid hazardous situations in the rain?
Section III: Driving in snow and ice
13. To improve safety in cold weather conditions, when fall comes around drivers should see that their car is _______________________________.
14. What is the main thing to remember when driving on a road that gets slippery?
15. In winter conditions, increase speed ______________________________.
16. What three things should a driver do in a skid?
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