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In this powerful program people whose lives were affected dramatically by drunk driving tell their stories. Relying on a mechanized communication device, a former athlete recounts the joyride that caused his traumatic brain injury, while another describes the lasting psychological problems that followed his physical injuries. An inmate serving time for DUI manslaughter after downing "a few beers and a few shots" recalls facing the mother of the person he killed, and a first responder gives details of a fatal collision involving an intoxicated driver and her children. Supplemented by information from MADD, the video stresses that drunk driving is a choice that students can decide not to make. Viewer discretion is advised.

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DVD / 2011 / 20 minutes

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According to insurance statistics, distracted drivers are responsible for almost 80 percent of all car crashes and 65 percent of near -collisions in the United States. In this video, celebrity psychology researcher David Strayer, a driving instructor, and other experts underscore the hazards of driving while texting, while talking on a cell or using an MP3 player, while eating, and while drunk - clinically speaking, a cognitive form of driving distraction - as they advise on safe driving techniques. In addition, young adults add extra credibility to the "eyes on the road, hands on the wheel" message by expressing concern about their own distracted driving behaviors. The program concludes with the story of a young man who died behind the wheel because he was texting. "yeah t" were his last words - the unsent message at the time of impact.

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DVD / 2010 / 20 minutes

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Driving is a risky business - particularly for young people. Newspapers, TV reports and the road toll reaffi rms this every week. But how can risk be limited? And how can driver behaviour improve? This program looks at the major areas of risk for young drivers: distractions, alcohol and drugs, speeding, mobile phone use, rowdy passengers and fatigue. Young drivers, police officers and dramatic footage reinforce the message that these risk factors are a serious reality for every young driver.

  • "Excellent content which is professionally presented. We will use it to help train our State Emergency Service drivers." - Chris Strickland, Education - SES, WA.

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    DVD / 2005 / 24 minutes

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    Driving is a privilege for a Teen and this is one privilege that should not be taken lightly. Teens discuss their driving behavior, their issues about getting and keeping a car, accidents, alcohol use and things they do and don't do while driving. Real Teens talk freely about the positive and negative aspects of driving.

    Subjects covered include:
  • Getting a driver's license.
  • Drinking and driving.
  • How can driving be beneficial.
  • Being a defensive driver.
  • Driving distractions.
  • Cell Phones.
  • How can driving be detrimental?
  • How to be a responsible driver.

    DVD / 2003 / (Grades 8-12) / 20 minutes

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    A driver's license opens the door to freedom for teens, along with risks. More than any other age group V with little experience, distractions from the cell phone, radio and friends V to name a few, and speed V teens are getting hurt behind the wheel. Students will learn the consequences of common driving mistakes and how they can improve their safety.

    DVD / 2001 / Approx. 22 minutes

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    In the past decade, four times as many Americans died in drunk -driving crashes as were killed in the entire Vietnam War. By serving up a variety of sobering statistics like the one above, this program provides a "crash course" on the perils of drinking and driving. In addition, two separate dramatizations involving "Bob" and "Marcy" take the viewer along on their high road to handcuffs as they're arrested for Driving Under the Influence. The program also trashes some common myths about drinking alcohol, demonstrates a number of visual signs that people exhibit when DUI, closely examines WHY so many people take the drunk -driving risk, and uncorks some costly facts about driving while intoxicated. For those who, one day, might meet a potential drinking -and -driving situation head -on -and that means ALL of us -this program is definitely "one for the road!"

  • Recommended by Youth Today.

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    DVD / 2001 / 22 minutes

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    Defensive Driver Training - The goals of the program are to increase awareness of guidelines for the safe use of university vehicles, rentals, and your private vehicles while conducting university business either on or off campus. In addition, the program will provide a defensive driving training that includes online and classroom training options

    DVD / 25 minutes

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    There are three main types of distraction: Visual X taking your eyes off the road, Manual X taking your hands off the wheel, Cognitive X taking your mind off what you're doing. Distracted driving is any non-driving activity a person engages in that has the potential to distract him or her from the primary task of driving and increase the risk of crashing. While all distractions can endanger drivers' safety, texting is the most alarming because it involves all three types of distraction. This training video demonstrates distracted driving and the consequences of such actions. Driver distraction could present a serious and potentially deadly danger. In 2009, 5,474 people were killed in U.S. roadways and an estimated additional 448,000 were injured in motor vehicle crashes that were reported to have involved distracted driving. Distracted driving comes in various forms, such as cell phone use, texting while driving, eating, drinking, talking with passengers, as well as using in-vehicle technologies and portable electronic devices. An important addition to your Defensive Driving library.

    DVD / 19 minutes

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    This program is a general overview of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's (FMCSA) Alcohol and Drug Testing Rules for persons required to obtain a Commercial Drivers License (CDL). The information is intended to provide a general summary of the rules. It should not be relied upon to fulfill all legal requirements stipulated in the regulations. It does not contain many of the requirements or special circumstances detailed in the FMCSA and DOT rules. A comprehensive list of alcohol and drug testing rules published by the FMCSA and DOT Office of the Secretary (OST) applicable to CDL drivers and their employers is available at the end of this program. This program meets the DOT requirement for one hour of driver training relating to Drugs and Alcohol.

    Topics included in the safety video are: FMCSA regulations, required alcohol tests, random alcohol testing, screening tests, drivers who engage in prohibited alcohol, employer's policy, keep detailed records, types of tests required, drug testing, DHHS, urine specimens are analyzed, follow-up testing, conducting random, unannounced drug tests, drug use and treatment resources, medical review officer, drug test technician (DTT), and cheating a drug test.

    DVD / 50 minutes

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    The following safety information will reinforce the safety practices you use to drive and work in extreme weather conditions. The primary point to emphasize as you drive through challenging weather conditions is to proceed slowly and cautiously. Lengthen your following distance so you have time and space to stop or maneuver your trucks.

    Topics included in the safety video are: ice and snow, high winds, rain, fog, driving at night, construction zones, and driving in mountains

    DVD / 10 minutes

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    Most employees travel the roads every day... in cars, vans or trucks... many of them on company business. Each year, traffic accidents claim over 30,000 lives and cause more than a million serious injuries. In fact, motor vehicle crashes are the number one cause of death on the job.

    "Driving Safety" provide the information employees need to drive cars, vans and small trucks safely, both on and off the job. Topics covered in these products include:

  • Inspecting the vehicle. Adjusting seats, mirrors and other equipment.
  • Wearing seatbelts.
  • Mental preparation and concentration.
  • Creating a "safety cushion" around your vehicle.
  • Passing another vehicle.
  • Driving at night.
  • Adverse weather conditions, skidding and hydroplaning.
  • What to do in case of an accident.
  • and more

    DVD (With Leader's Guide) / 16 minutes

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    Today, we'll review the basics of a driving system that's proven to reduce accidents by 25% or more by improving the driving habits of professional vehicle operators. It's called the Smith System and it works on city streets, highways and rural areas.

    Topics discussed in this safety video include: 5 basic keys, aim high in steering, get the big picture, four seconds, backing, keep your eyes moving, leave yourself an out, make sure they can see you.

    DVD / 18 minutes

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    Regardless of the nature of the hazardous road or weather conditions we may encounter, the key to remember is that if we know what waits for us down the road, we can adjust our driving and our schedules to allow us to do our jobs safely. Knowledge is always our best defense. So how do we get the information we need to stay on top of changing conditions? Let's look at some of the things we can do.

    Topics included in the safety video are: the Weather Channel, local radio and TV stations, talking to other drivers on the CB, reducing speed, hydroplaning, fog, headlights on low beam, snow, ice, construction zone, parking lots, and loading dock.

    DVD / 16 minutes

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    Throughout your professional driving career, you've probably heard a lot of talk about defensive driving. Defensive driving is the key to your survival and our success as a company. The statistics are out there. According to federal government research, there are nearly 150,000 heavy truck crashes every year, of which about 5,000 result in fatalities and another 60,000 result in injuries that require treatment away from the scene of the collision. More than 5,000 people lose their lives each year in crashes involving heavy trucks.

    Topics included in the safety video are: speeding, speeding tickets, construction zones, lane closures, visibility, fog, and heavy traffic.

    DVD / 13 minutes

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