Introducing Operator & Vehicle Control Tasks in a Controlled Environment

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Introducing Operator & Vehicle Control Tasks in a Controlled Environment
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2009-12-06 01:30:54
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  1. traffic control devices
    • 1. traffic lights
    • 2. traffic signs
    • 3. roadway/pavement markings
  2. location of white lines
    mostly on right edge of roadway
  3. white dotted pavement/roadway marking
    anyone can pass
  4. double white line pavement/roadway marking
    no one can pass
  5. single white line pavement/roadway marking
    no one can pass
  6. white line exceptions
    • 1. pass accidents, obstructions in roadway, etc.
    • 2. yield to emergency vehicles
  7. meaning of yellow lines
    cautian/slow down
  8. single & double broken/dotted yellow line pavement/roadway marking
    anyone can pass
  9. double & single solid yellow line pavement/roadway marking
    no one can pass
  10. yellow line exceptions
    make u-turn or left turn
  11. color of regulatory signs
    red & white, black & white
  12. color of warning signs
    yellow
  13. what do you do when you see a stop light ahead that's green?
    anticipate a yellow light
  14. how do you anticipate a yellow light?
    • - take your foot off the gas
    • - deccelerate, pass, & accelerate
  15. types of safety restraints
    • 1. seatbelt
    • 2. headrest
    • 3. airbags
  16. what can seatbelts and air bags prevent?
    • 1. death
    • 2. injury
  17. levels of injury
    • 1. critical (50/50)
    • 2. serious
    • 3. minor
  18. a headrest prevents..
    • - neck injury
    • - whiplash
  19. reference point of headrest
    headrest is level to tops of ears
  20. how should the driver's seat be?
    10 inch clearance between chest and steering wheel
  21. reference point for distance between driver and steering wheel
    arms stretched out, wrist should be on steering wheel

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