A few beers have the same effect on driving as a few shots of whiskey or a few glasses of wine.
Not everyone who drinks is affected by alcohol.
Coffee and fresh air will help a drinker sober up.
Keep driving, and spray the windshield with washer fluid.
Stop safely and fix the problem.
Keep driving, and turn your defroster on. Drive slower until you can see again.
Winds are a big problem when a truck comes out of tunnels.
ou should drive alongside other vehicles to help break up the wind.
The lighter you vehicle, the less trouble you will have with the wind.
Steering in the opposite direction from what other drivers expect you to
Turning the wheel in a counterclockwise fashion
Turning the wheel back in the other direction after steering to avoid a traffic emergency
Schedule trips for hours you are normally asleep.
Take short breaks before you get drowsy.
Take cold medicine, if you have a cold.
Get a goods night rest prior to the drive
The vehicle does not require placards.
The cargo will be transported less than 100 miles.
A person who has the Hazardous Materials Endorsement rides with you.
Are needed only if hazardous materials are being hauled.
Are most often not the responsibilities of the driver.
Should be performed as part of your pre-trip inspection, again within the first 50 miles of your trip, then again after you have driven 3 hours or 150 miles, and after every break you take during driving.
The same gear you would use to climb the hill.
Shift into neutral and coast.
A lower gear than you would use to climb the hill.
Empty trucks always stop in shorter distance than fully loaded ones.
When you double your speed (go twice as fast), it will take twice the distance to stop.
You should choose a speed that lets you stop within the distance that you can see ahead.
Repeated strong pressure, then release.
With stronger pressure as the vehicle goes downhill
Double clutching should not be used when the road is slippery.
You can use the tachometer to tell you when to shift
Double clutching should only be used with a heavy load.
ou do not need to use your turn signal when changing lanes in traffic on a four-lane highway
When turning, you should signal early.
You should use your turn signal to mark your vehicle when it is pulled off on the side of the road.
The legal maximum weight allowed by a state can be considered safe for all driving conditions.
State laws dictate legal weight limits.
If the shipper loads the cargo, the driver is not responsible for overloading.
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