There are a few things to remember when you drive up to and enter an intersection. Here’s another handy video to jog you memory of the activities you practiced during Good2Go.View Resource >>
When you’re driving, a hazard is anything that may require you to take action to avoid danger. This video from drive.govt.nz will show you what to look for and how to deal with them.View Resource >>
Blind spots can be dangerous, both to you and other drivers. It’s important to know exactly where your blind spots are. Check out this video to learn what they are, where they are, how to check them and how to stay out of them.View Resource >>
It’s important to understand your own blind spots and remember to check them before changing your course in any way. It is equally as important to understand the blind spots of others so you can make sure you don’t put yourself in an unsafe position on the road. Check out this video to see blinds spots from a truck driver’s perspective.View Resource >>
From getting beyond drunk at a friend’s party, to some seriously questionable outfit choices, teenagers often do things that seem outlandishly stupid. But we now know why: the areas of the brain that control decision-making don’t fully develop until early adulthood.
A teen’s developing brain places them at greater risk of being reactive in their decision-making, and less able to consider the consequences of their choices. So how can parents help their teenagers learn and apply good decision-making skills?View Resource >>
Ever wondered how different speeds and conditions affect your stopping distance? Check out this handy calculator. You can even adjust the reaction time to see how distractions make an impact. As an experiment, push the reaction time up to 4 seconds, the average time it takes to send a quick text, and see what happens to your stopping distance.View Resource >>
Driver Fatigue is one of the 3 big killers on our roads. Take this quick test from Transport for NSW before getting on the road.View Resource >>