Driver Improvement Program Videos

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Description

IMPORTANT: You MUST already be certified to teach DIP in order to purchase.

Access AAA’s powerful, driver improvement videos through your choice of online delivery or DVD. This content was designed for use with the Driver Improvement Program curriculum.

Benefits

DVD Streaming
FREE Shipping on All Orders  Yes
Award-Winning Content Yes Yes
Syncs with DIP and RoadWise Yes Yes
Includes Future Updates Yes
Hi Def Video (720p) Yes
Online Access* Yes
No DVD Player Required Yes
Compatible with Tablets* Yes
Compatible with Smartphones* Yes

Contents

Driver Improvement Program RoadWise Driver
  1. Introduction to Risk Management
    1. Course Introduction
    2. Risk and Risk Management
  2. Getting Ready to Drive
    1. Vehicle Readiness
      1. Panic Stopping: How Much Tread Depth Do You Need?
    2. Mirror Settings
    3. Occupant Protection
      1. Putting on a seatbelt is a hassle”
      2. “You’d rather be thrown from a car than be belted in?”
    4. Vehicle Safety Technologies
      1. Electronic Stability Control
      2. Adaptive Cruise Control
      3. Lane Departure Warning System
      4. Forward Collision Avoidance
      5. Parking Assist and Back Over Prevention
      6. Blind spot Monitoring and Detection
      7. Adaptive Headlights
  3. Effective Visual Awareness
    1. The Importance of Vision
    2. Seeing Ahead
    3. Seeing to the Sides and Rear
    4. Seeing in Reduced Visibility Conditions
  4. Sharing the Road
    1. Driving Around Large Trucks
    2. Driving Around Motorcycles, Scooters, and Bicycles
    3. Pedestrians
    4. Issues of Right-of-Way
    5. Railroad Crossings
    6. Roundabouts
    7. Scanning
    8. Communication on the Road
  5. Using Speed and Space Effectively
    1. Speed Management
    2. Managing Space to the Front
    3. Space to the Side
    4. Space to the Rear
  6. Alcohol and Other Drugs
    1. Impaired Driving
    2. Blood Alcohol Concentration
    3. Factors Impacting Blood Alcohol Concentration
    4. Alcohol’s Effects on Driving Abilities
    5. Elimination of Alcohol
    6. Prescription and Non-Prescription Drugs
    7. Illegal or Illicit Drugs
  7. Distractions, Drowsiness, and Emotions
    1. Distracted Driving
    2. Text Messaging Demo
    3. Drowsy Driving
    4. Aggressive Driving and Road Rage
  8. Adverse Conditions and Emergencies
    1. Off-Road Recovery
    2. Loss of Traction
    3. Mechanical Failures
    4. Adverse Conditions
  1. Introduction to Risk Management
    1. Course Introduction
      1. Characteristics of Risk
    2. Drivers’ Top Concerns
    3. Top Causes of Crashes
    4. The Importance of Vision
  2. Being Ready to Drive
    1. What’s Changed in Driving
      1. Large Vehicles
      2. Motorcycles, Scooters, and Bicycles
      3. Loss of Traction
      4. Off Road Recovery
      5. Mechanical Failures
    2. Vehicle Readiness
      1. Panic Stopping: How Much Tread Depth Do You Need?
    3. Vehicle-Driver Fit
    4. Occupant Protection
      1. Putting on a seatbelt is a hassle”
      2. “You’d rather be thrown from a car than be belted in?”
    5. Age-Based Changes: Vision
    6. Age-Based Changes: Cognitive
    7. Age-Based Changes: Physical
  3. Alcohol and Medications
    1. Alcohol’s Effects
      1. Alcohol Elimination
      2. Medications’ Effects
      3. Illegal and Illicit Drugs
      4. Managing Medications
  4. Distractions, Drowsiness, and Road Rage
    1. Distracted Driving
    2. Drowsy Driving
    3. Aggressive Driving and Road Rage
  5. Managing Visibility and Space
    1. Vision and Space to the Front
    2. Speed Management
    3. Space Management
    4. Intersections and Right-of-Way
    5. Right-of-Way
    6. Roundabouts
    7. Top Five Types of Crashes: 1
    8. Vision and Space at the Sides
    9. Top Five Types of Crashes: 2
    10. Top Five Types of Crashes: 3
    11. Vision and Space to the Rear
    12. Top Five Types of Crashes: 4
    13. Top Five Types of Crashes: 5
  6. Extending Your Driving Career
    1. Vehicle Safety Technologies
      1. Electronic Stability Control
      2. Adaptive Cruise Control
      3. Lane Departure Warning System
      4. Forward Collision Avoidance
      5. Parking Assist and Back Over Prevention
      6. Blind spot Monitoring and Detection
      7. Adaptive Headlights
    2. Adjusting to Changes
    3. Self-Regulation

*Streaming Requirements

In order to have the best experience with our online streaming service, you’ll want to make sure your setup meets the following requirements:

  • Reliable internet connection
  • An up-to-date web browser
  • A way of displaying your device’s (computer, tablet, smartphone) screen to the class

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