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Effects of Driver Condition. Chapter 14. Distractions Outside of the Car. Other Cars Other Drivers Pedestrians Billboards/Advertisements Emergency Vehicles Collisions Signs Animals. Distractions Inside the Car. 1. Eating CD/Radio Cell Phones Emotional Conversations Passengers

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distractions outside of the car
Distractions Outside of the Car
  • Other Cars
  • Other Drivers
  • Pedestrians
  • Billboards/Advertisements
  • Emergency Vehicles
  • Collisions
  • Signs
  • Animals
distractions inside the car
Distractions Inside the Car

1

  • Eating
  • CD/Radio
  • Cell Phones
  • Emotional Conversations
  • Passengers
  • Grooming
  • Vehicle controls
  • Reading/Computers
  • Children
emotions while driving
Emotions While Driving

2

What are some emotions that can effect your driving ability and how?

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Emotions While Driving

3

  • Road Rage – What is it?
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Emotions While Driving
  • Road Rage – What is it?
    • Angry Driving
    • Violent Aggressive Driving
    • Exhibit irresponsible driving habits
    • Excess speeds and abrupt maneuvers
    • Threaten other drivers
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Emotions While Driving
  • How can you avoid becoming a victim of an aggressive driver?
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Emotions While Driving
  • How can you avoid becoming a victim of an aggressive driver?
    • DON’T OFFEND!
      • HOW?
        • Cutting off
        • Driving slowly in the left lane
        • Tailgating
        • Gestures
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Emotions While Driving

4

  • How can you avoid becoming a victim of an aggressive driver?
    • DON’T OFFEND!
      • HOW?
        • Cutting off
        • Driving slowly in the left lane
        • Tailgating
        • Gestures
    • DON’T ENGAGE
      • Takes two to tango????
        • Take a Deep breath
        • Steer clear
        • Avoid eye contact
        • Get help
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Emotions While Driving
  • Driving is not a competition…
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Emotions While Driving
  • Driving is not a competition…
    • At least not for us
      • Forget winning
      • Put yourself in the other drivers shoes
        • Emergency?
        • Bee in car?
      • Anger management?
physical senses and driving
Physical Senses and Driving

5

  • On one of your boxes, write down the following physical senses and explain how you can use each one as a driver.
    • Hearing
    • Hearing
    • Smelling
    • Feeling
  • Which sense is the most important?
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Vision
  • Color Blindness-
  • Depth Perception-
  • Night Blindness-
  • Tunnel vision-
  • Glare Recovery Time-
  • Speed Smear-
  • Visual Acuity-
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Vision

6

  • Color Blindness- not being able to tell one color from another

Test

  • Depth Perception-
  • Night Blindness-
  • Tunnel vision-
  • Glare Recovery Time-
  • Speed Smear-
  • Visual Acuity-
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Vision

6

  • Color Blindness- not being able to tell one color from another
  • Depth Perception- ability to judge distance between yourself and other objects
  • Night Blindness-
  • Tunnel vision-
  • Glare Recovery Time-
  • Speed Smear-
  • Visual Acuity-
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Vision

6

  • Color Blindness- not being able to tell one color from another
  • Depth Perception- ability to judge distance between yourself and other objects
  • Night Blindness- not being able to see well at night
  • Tunnel vision-
  • Glare Recovery Time-
  • Speed Smear-
  • Visual Acuity-
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Vision

6

  • Color Blindness- not being able to tell one color from another
  • Depth Perception- ability to judge distance between yourself and other objects
  • Night Blindness- not being able to see well at night
  • Tunnel vision- narrow field of side vision (140 degrees or less)
  • Glare Recovery Time-
  • Speed Smear-
  • Visual Acuity-
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Vision

6

  • Color Blindness- not being able to tell one color from another
  • Depth Perception- ability to judge distance between yourself and other objects
  • Night Blindness- not being able to see well at night
  • Tunnel vision- narrow field of side vision (140 degrees or less)
  • Glare Recovery Time- time your eyes need to regain clear vision after being effected by bright lights
  • Speed Smear-
  • Visual Acuity-
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Vision

6

  • Color Blindness- not being able to tell one color from another
  • Depth Perception- ability to judge distance between yourself and other objects
  • Night Blindness- not being able to see well at night
  • Tunnel vision- narrow field of side vision (140 degrees or less)
  • Glare Recovery Time- time your eyes need to regain clear vision after being effected by bright lights
  • Speed Smear- the blur of objects off to your sides as your speed increases
  • Visual Acuity-
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Vision

6

  • Color Blindness- not being able to tell one color from another
  • Depth Perception- ability to judge distance between yourself and other objects
  • Night Blindness- not being able to see well at night
  • Tunnel vision- narrow field of side vision (140 degrees or less)
  • Glare Recovery Time- time your eyes need to regain clear vision after being effected by bright lights
  • Speed Smear- the blur of objects off to your sides as your speed increases
  • Visual Acuity- ability to see things near and far away (20/20 vision)
physical disabilities
Physical Disabilities
  • Can you think of any physical disabilities that might affect driving?
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Physical Disabilities
  • Can you think of any physical disabilities that might affect driving?
    • Fatigue
    • Illness
    • Injury
medicines
Medicines
  • Can make you drowsy
    • Read the label
    • Take the medicine after the drive
  • Carbon monoxide
    • Colorless odorless tasteless gas
      • Overexposure can cause serious illness or even death
      • To avoid carbon monoxide, never run the engine inside the garage and increase distance between cars in heavy traffic