Drivers Ed Storyboard

Drivers Ed Storyboard

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  • Some weather conditions that make driving dangerous are snow, fog, and sleet. Any type of abnormal weather that could affect the road conditions is considered dangerous.
  • Anti-lock brakes allow drivers to maintain traction on slippery road conditions, which in turn, prevents the brakes from locking up.
  • Some safety tips in dangerous weather are: •Drive cautiously •Increase your following distance. •Use low beams in fog. •Always wear your seatbelt.
  • Some safety checks that a driver should make are: • Tire Pressure •Mirrors •Brakes •Wipers These should be performed every time a driver enters the car.
  • Nearly 1,312,00 crashes are weather-related. On average, 6,250 people are killed and over 480,000 people are injured in weather-related crashes each year.
  • Be sure to clear car of all snow and ice before driving on the roads because the ice and snow from your car could make the roads more dangerous for other drivers.
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