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Cancel turn signals after the trailer has
completed a turn and is straightened out.
Flash brake lights to warn following drivers
that your vehicle is slowing or stopping.
Use four-way flashers according to State laws
and company policies.
Use headlights in daytime under conditions of
Position your vehicle where it can be seen by
Use your horn and lights properly to prevent
You will learn:
The importance of using signals to tell other
drivers when you plan to change your position in traffic.
The importance of limiting the use of the CB
radio to communications that are important to safety and for maintaining
Laws and regulations on the use of signals and
Why good communication helps to avoid
collisions and violations.
How to send and receive communications with
other highway users.
What Will Happen in This Unit
The unit will begin with a classroom lesson dealing with the
principles and procedures for proper communications and the hazards of failure
to signal properly. The remainder of the unit is devoted to practice of proper
communication during on-road driving.
Other drivers cannot know what you are going to do until you tell them. Signaling what you intend to do is important for safety.
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