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Good Observations for Safe Driving (with Photographs)
The photographs in this article were taken around a Bronze Advanced Driving course, with Advanced Drivers of North America [ADoNA], in south east Massachusetts. They each show typical driving scenes but give only a very small insight into the discussions about the standards of the observations that are essential to effective driver training and to all safe driving.
The problem is that anyone can merely talk about driving hazards, but it takes very specific and accurate training to ensure that all such hazards are reliably seen, registered, correctly prioritized and negotiated by drivers, ready for the day when something truly does go pear-shaped and your drivers can save a life (and a lawsuit). This is just one of the things that we at ADoNA uniquely do in the USA, using a highly-proven approach that has been developed and refined for an astonishing period of 83 years, since its initial development in 1935 at the behest of the British Government. We have spent twelve years very carefully adapting and modifying this approach specifically to fit North American laws and driving culture, without losing or diminishing any of its outstanding safety benefits.
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Eddie Wren is the CEO and Chief Instructor at Advanced Drivers of North America. His driver safety background is given at: http://www.advanceddrivers.com/ceochief-instructors-resumecvbio/
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