PACE Behavioral Driving Light Vehicles

Learning objectives

  • 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.

Course overview

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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