Hazards of Speeding - Large Vehicles (US)
Times have changed. Society no longer accepts drunk driving. Most drivers now use their seat belts. Motorists’ attitudes toward speeding, on the other hand, remain largely the same. Many experts note an increase in average highway speeds, on both interstate and rural roads, and cite this trend as the prime reason the number of deaths on those highways is nearing an all-time high. The vast majority of speeders realize the potential consequences of their actions. Yet many motorists continue to put themselves and others at risk when they refuse to adopt a common-sense approach to driving. In this course, we will examine the hazards of speeding. We’ll also explore reasons why speeding just doesn’t make good sense, even when you’re rushing to meet a deadline. Chances are you’ve been instructed on the dangers of speeding at some point. And as the operator of a large commercial vehicle, you carry the responsibility of protecting not only your company’s assets, but also the lives of others as well as your own.
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2. Consequences of Speeding
3. Stopping Distance
4. Helpful Strategies
- Recall the consequences of speeding.
- Recognize how speeding negatively affects stopping distance.
- Use strategies to reduce the need to speed.
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