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  1. 1. Academie St. John Parent Taught Driver Education Course Classroom InstructionTOPICS BOOK/MEDIA PAGE VIDEOS AND HANDBOOK QUESTIONSModule Two Driver Preparation Expert Village Instructional Phase Pre Drive Tasks2.1.1 Pre-Drive Tasks List and demonstrate pre-drive Pre Drive Taskstasks including pre-start and pre- Pre Drive Tasksdrive maintenance procedures Motor Age prior to and after enteringthe vehicle Magazine Pre Drive Tasks2.1.2 Occupant Protection bemison List the special characteristics of Occupant Protectionactive and passive occupant Texas Drivers 1. Describe the equipment required on passenger cars by state law. Handbook Equipment inspected annuallyprotection and restraint systems p 2-2(B) Explain the proper use, operation,and crash survival protection featuresof each active and passive adult,youth, child and infant occupantprotection and restraint systems(C) Explain the benefits for the driverand passengers of the vehicle toutilize occupant protection andrestraint systems(D) Examine the occupant protectionusage rates among the novice drivers15-17 as compared to drivers in otherage groups(E) Relate how advances in 2. What is the purpose of an exhaust emission system?technology require altered techniques p 2-3 MUFFLER—a muffler and exhaust system—all 1968 or later models must be equipped with an exhaust emission system to help reduce air pollution.for utilizing the vehicle devices andoccupant restraint systems(F) Summarize how occupantTexas Drivers Handbook 1
  2. 2. Academie St. John Parent Taught Driver Education Course Classroom Instructionprotection and restraint systems vary Texas Drivers 3. Describe the types of equipment which Texas state law specifically Handbook forbids on passenger cars driven within the state.from vehicle to vehicle and formulate EQUIPMENT WHICH YOU MUST NOT HAVEplans to compensate for variances p 2-4 Certain equipment is considered unsafe and therefore not allowed:including utilizing the vehicle owner’s 1. A red light showing from the front—except on an emergency vehicle.manual as a resource 2. A bell, siren, or exhaust whistle—except on an emergency vehicle. 3. A muffler cutout.(G) Formulate countermeasures to 4. Anything that extends more than three inches beyond the left side or sixcompensate for limitations of active inches beyond the right side of the body, running board, or fenders of yourand passive occupant protection and car. 5. Flashing red lights on the front—except on emergency vehicles, schoolrestraint systems buses, and church buses. (See “Flashing Lights” under “Optional Equipment.”) Minimum road clearance—a vehicle must not be modified or weighted in such a manner that the body is below the lowest part of the rims of the wheels.2.1.3 Symbols and Devices 4. What is the maximum number of inches that you may lawfully allow an object to extend beyond the left fender of your car?(A) Locate and explain the purpose of p 2-4 Three inches beyond the left side or six inches beyond the right side of thethe vehicle symbols (alert and body, running board, or fenders of your car.warning) and vehicle devices(control, information, safety, 5. In addition to mufflers, what new equipment is required on all cars manufactured in 1968 and after?communication, convenience, and catalytic converter - part of a vehicles emission system that converts harmfulcomfort systems) gases into less harmful gases and water.(B) Describe the appropriateresponse to the information providedby the vehicle symbols(C) Summarize how to operate eachvehicle device including turning theignition to the “on” position to viewvehicle symbols(D) Describe the relationship andvalue of vehicle symbols and devicesto vehicle maintenance(E) Illustrate mirror setting optionsTexas Drivers Handbook 2
  3. 3. Academie St. John Parent Taught Driver Education Course Classroom Instructionand describe how appropriate daytime TV show reduce glare and mirror blind Mirror Adjustmentspots(F) Explain how the locations andtypes of vehicle symbols and devicesvary from vehicle to vehicle andformulate plans to compensate forvariances including utilizing thevehicle owner’s manual as aresource2.1.4 Starting Tasks Drive Right List and demonstrate starting Starting Taskstasks including engine starting,engine operation, and starting-maintenance procedures(B) Define and illustrate vehicleoperating space and to the front,rear, corners, and sides of the vehiclethat are both visible and hidden2.1.5 Vehicle Operation and Expert Village Tasks Vehicle Operation and Control Tasks(A) List the vehicle operation andtasks utilized to accelerate,decelerate, steer (straight, right, andleft), move forward, back, turn (leftand right), perform lateral andturnabout maneuvers, stop and park(B) Define multi-task performances(C) Relate the necessity to utilizemulti-task performances to performvehicle operation and control task(D) Formulate countermeasures to hamidejaz Pay Attentioncompensate for multi-taskTexas Drivers Handbook 3
  4. 4. Academie St. John Parent Taught Driver Education Course Classroom Instructionperformances limitation includingdivided attention(E) Summarize the importance ofcountermeasures for multi-taskperformances limitation includingdivided attention has on interactionwith vulnerable roadway users2.1.6 Post-Drive Tasks Dalton Police List and demonstrate the post- Dept. Pre Drive Testsdrive tasks including stopping, engineshut-down, post-drive maintenance,exiting the vehicle including a vehiclecheck to ensure that all passengersespecially children and animals areout of the vehicle, and securing thevehicle procedures(B) Summarize how pre-drive tasksincluding the pre-start and pre-drivemaintenance procedures performedprior to and after entering the vehicleand post-drive tasks vary fromvehicle to vehicle and formulate plansto compensate for variancesincluding utilizing the vehicle owner’smanual as a resource2.1.7 In-Car Progress Assessment Expert Village The student is expected to utilize In Car Progress Assessmentbaseline and progress assessmenttools to evaluate and improve behind-the-wheel skill level2.1.8 Driving Plan(A) The student is expected toincorporate the Knowledge and SkillsTexas Drivers Handbook 4
  5. 5. Academie St. John Parent Taught Driver Education Course Classroom Instructionof Module Two, Driver Preparation, Texas Drivers Do Dont Handbook Wear your seat belt Drive under the influenceinto a Driving Plan and to utilize the Pay attention Drive above the speed limitDriving Plan to develop and sustain Obey traffic laws Pass a stopped school buslegal and responsible reduced-risk Drive at the speed limit Drive through a stop sign/lightdriving practices Signal before turning or changing lanes Pass a car without room Slow down at night, wet weather, in traffic Drive if you are sleepyTexas Drivers Handbook 5