This course teaches your driver how to handle emergency driving maneuvers including; when and how to make emergency driving manseuvers. The unit concludes with a range lesson during which you will practice three emergency maneuvers. Half of truck driver deaths are caused by rollovers. Cargo piled high increases the center of gravity. Fully loaded trucks are 10 times more likely to roll over. To help prevent a rollover: Keep cargo close to the ground and center the load. Rollovers happen when you turn too fast. Drive slow: around corners and on on- and off-ramps. Avoid quick lane changes.
This course teaches your driver how to handle emergency driving maneuvers including; when and how to make emergency driving manseuvers. The unit concludes with a range lesson during which you will practice three emergency maneuvers.
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2. Apply the parking brake to help in down shifting
Keep a hand on the parking brake
Release it if the vehicle begins to skid or veer
3. Find an escape path
Begin looking immediately
Use the best path available. Don't wait to see if the vehicle can be stopped. There may be no good path available.
4. Create drag
5. Repeat downs hifting until the vehicle is moving slowly enough to stop with the parking brake
6. Inspect the brakes before continuing
1. Grasp wheel tightly
2. Avoid braking hard
3. Allow the vehicle to slow gradually
4. Brake gentry to a stop
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