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Be Prepared for the Driving Task
Getting Ready to Drive
Vehicle Condition
Seat Adjustments
MirrorAdjustments
Seat Belts Fastened
Starting the Vehicle Engine
Steering the Vehicle
Backing, Moving Forward and Stopping
Keeping Yourself in “Driving Shape”
Staying Safe AFTER The Test
Be Aware of Hazardous Conditions
Tennessee Safety Belt Laws
“It’s the Law”
Child Safety Restraint Rules
SAFETY BELT FACTS
3.Spreading crash forces overa wide area of the body
Common Fears and Misconceptions About Seat Belts:
Tennessee’s Child Passenger Protection Laws
Set a Good Example – Always Buckle Up
Tips ForUsing Seat Belts With Children
“Belts to Bones”
Air Bag Safety
AirBags and Children
AirBags and Adults:
AirBag Deactivation?
OtherChild PassengerProtection Laws
Traffic Signs
Sign Shapes and Colors
ColorCodes on Highway Traffic Signs
Broad “X” Shape — Railroad Here
Diamond Shape — Hazardous OrUnusual Condition Ahead
RectangularShape - Special Laws, Regulations orImportant Information
Regulatory Signs
Warning Signs - Diamond Shape (Yellow)
Work Area Signs
Construction Signs
Channeling Devices
Highway Flaggers
Slow-Moving Vehicle (SMV) Emblem
Object Marker
Guide Signs for Highways
Interstate Route Marker
Service Signs
Handicap Symbol
Directional Signs
Emergency Reference Markers
Uniform Highway Markings
Traffic Signals
Malfunctioning Traffic Light:
General Principles of Pavement Lane Markings
Use of Headlights
Slow-Moving Vehicles
Funeral Procession
The Basic Speed Rule
Tennessee Speed Laws
Interstate Speed Limits
Rural Interstate Limits
Urban Interstate Limits
Braking, Following and Stopping Distances
Stopping for Railroad Crossings
The School Bus Stop Law
Stopping For Police Vehicles
Intersections
Approaching Intersections Safely
Right-of-Way Procedures
Turning
1. Signaling a Turn:
Traffic Lanes and Lane Usage
Passing Other Vehicles
Backing and Parking
Backing
Parking
Chapter4-ChapterSample Test Questions
Interstate Highway Driving Is Different!
Before Driving on the Interstate
Entering the Interstate
Driving on the Interstate
Leaving the Interstate
Interchanges
Special Interstate Driving Instructions
Dealing with Traffic Congestion
Move Over Law
Drinking and Driving
Alcohol and You
An Overview Of The Effects Of Alcohol
How Does Alcohol Affect the Body?
What Is Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC)?
Relationship of Alcohol to Traffic Crashes
Alcohol’s Effects On Driving Ability
Judgment:
Vision:
Reaction Time and Coordination
Alertness and Concentration
“Every Day” Drugs
Implied Consent Law
Consequences of a DUI Arrest
Penalties Applying to Any DUI Conviction
Young Driver Risks and Laws
Prevention Of Drinking and Driving
Problem Driver Pointer System
Losing YourPrivilege To Drive
Hearings
Non-Resident ViolatorCompact
Reinstatements
DriverImprovement Program
Frequent Traffic Violations
Restricted DriverLicenses
Physical OrMental Disabilities
Re-Examination of Drivers
Financial Responsibility
Reporting Crashes
Traffic Crashes
STUDY QUESTIONS ANSWER KEY
Graduated Driver License Driving Experience Log
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