Chapter 10 driving in rural areas - Thornton Township High ...

Chapter 10 driving in rural areas - Thornton Township High ...

CHAPTER 10 DRIVING IN RURAL AREAS 10.1 Characteristics of Rural Traffic OBJECTIVES Describe rural roadways Describe factors to consider when selecting a safe speed. Identify traffic controls and how they help inform, warn, and regulate drivers on rural roads. 1. 2. 3.

Important Things to Remember Roadways Speed Traffic Controls Roadside Hazards 10.2 Using Basic Skills in Rural Areas 1. 2. 3.

4. OBJECTIVES Explain how the IPDE Process should be used in rural driving. Know the steps to safely handle a curve. List rural situations that require increased following distance. Explain how to enter a multilane rural highway. Things A Driver Should Observe

Applying the IPDE process Visual Search Pattern Driving on Two-Lane Roads Curves Intersections Hills Advisory Speed Signs Following traffic Driving on Multilane Roads 10.3 PASSING AND BEING PASSED ON RURAL ROADS OBJECTIVES

List the checks to make before passing another vehicle. List the steps for passing on a two-lane rural road. List situations where passing should never be attempted. 1. 2. 3. Important Steps To Take When Passing Another Vehicle

Passing Deciding to Pass Preparing to Pass Executing a Pass on Two-lane Roads No - Passing Situation No Passing on Roads Going Uphill

No Passing at intersections Other No-Passing Situations Passing on Multilane Roads Being Passed 10.4 RURAL SITUATIONS YOU MIGHT ENCOUNTER OBJECTIVES Explain how to pass a slow-moving vehicle.

Explain the steps to take to deal with animals on or along the roadway. Explain how you can allow hazards to separate when meeting traffic. 1. 2. 3. Important Factors In Rural Areas

Slow-Moving Vehicles Animals Meeting Oncoming Traffic Meeting Slow-Moving Vehicles Meeting at Night Railroad Crossings 10.5 Special Driving Environments OBJECTIVES Describe special safety precautions for mountain driving. Describe special safety precautions for desert driving. 1.

2. Practice Safe Driving in These Areas Mountain Driving

Driving Up a Mountain Driving Down a Mountain Weather in the Mountain Effects of Altitude on Drivers Effects of Altitude on Vehicles Desert Driving Effects of Heat on Drivers Effects of Heat on Vehicles The Desert Roadway Sandstorms and Dust Storms Flash Floods

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