Preventing Loss of Control Crashes

SKU: C-1080Duration: 6 Minutes

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Language:  English

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Course Details

Specs

Training Time: 6 minutes

Compatibility: Desktop, Tablet, Phone

Based on: Industry Standards and Best Practices

Languages: English

Have you ever unexpectedly lost control of your vehicle while driving? Perhaps you lost control of your vehicle in inclement weather. Maybe it was raining hard and you applied the brakes suddenly, or you crossed a bridge that was covered with ice. Or, maybe you lost control because you had to suddenly steer to avoid hitting another vehicle or object. If so, you are not alone. These are all common factors that lead to loss of control events. This course will identify common loss of control crashes and then discuss ways to reduce loss of control and how to regain control.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify common loss of control crashes
  • Identify strategies to reduce your risk of losing control of your vehicle
  • Identify clues for losing control of your vehicle
  • Describe ways to regain control of your vehicle if you do lose control

Key Questions

The following key questions are answered in this module:

Do loss of control crashes only occur when it is snowing or rainy?
Loss of control events can happen in any weather condition: sunny and dry or cold and icy. Just because the weather is sunny and dry, you still can lose control of your vehicle.

What are some clues that you may lose control?
Some clues include that a roadway is covered in snow or there may be a "Slippery When Wet" sign.

What is the best way to avoid losing control in inclement weather?
The best way to reduce the chances of losing control of your vehicle is to slow down.

Sample Video Transcript

Below is a transcript of the video sample provided for this module:

Have you ever unexpectedly lost control of your vehicle while driving? Perhaps you lost control of your vehicle in inclement weather. Maybe it was raining hard and you applied the brakes suddenly, or you crossed a bridge that was covered with ice. Or, maybe you lost control because you had to suddenly steer to avoid hitting another vehicle or object. If so, you are not alone. These are all common factors that lead to loss of control events. No matter the conditions or scenario, losing control of your vehicle is a troubling feeling even if no other vehicles are around. However, there are some techniques you can use to reduce the chances of losing control of your vehicle.
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