PACE Behavioral Driving Light Vehicles
Identify the three elements of traffic.
Recognize the at-risk behaviors that can cause collisions.
Understand the best way to avoid collisions by using the four components of the PACE Behavioral Driving system.
Recognize how to ensure that you are mentally and physically prepared to begin the trip.
Understand how to make sure that your vehicle is ready for a trip.
Recognize the importance of planning your trip, including routes and travel times, as well as safely securing your cargo before your trip.
Recognize how to analyze your surroundings, including expanding your forward view and creating a 360° view around your vehicle.
Identify how to execute safe driving by practicing speed and space management and knowing how to prevent roll-overs, manage intersections, turn safely, and maneuver in parking lots.
Recognize how to prevent injury.
You will learn how to use the four components of the PACE Behavioral Driving System to avoid a collision while operating a light motor vehicle.
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