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Our MissionNo doubt your teenager is eagerly looking forward to age 16 and the privilege of becoming a legally licensed driver. As parents and teachers, we have a serious responsibility to provide our youth with an opportunity to learn how to use the motor vehicle wisely and safely. The following information is provided to help you plan ahead for this vital program of instruction.
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Methods: This case-control study was conducted on professional drivers in Shahroud, Iran. The snoring, tiredness during daytime, observed apnea, high blood pressure, body mass index, age, neck circumference, gender (STOP-Bang) questionnaire was first used to assess obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Then, based on the questionnaire scores, the participants were divided into two groups: those with and those without OSA. The relationship between this disorder and metabolic syndrome was then studied. Data were analyzed using descriptive and analytical tests (P
Results: Based on the STOP-Bang questionnaire, 214 drivers with a high risk of OSA and 214 drivers with low risk were recruited for the study. According to the Adult Treatment Panel III criteria, 204 drivers (47.7%) had metabolic syndrome. There was a significant relationship between driver's license class and the risk of OSA. Metabolic syndrome components including fasting blood sugar, triglycerides, and hypertension, but not high-density lipoprotein cholesterol, were able to predict OSA in the professional drivers.
Conclusion: Given the high prevalence of metabolic syndrome and OSA, especially in drivers of high risk who may spend long hours transporting good and operating passenger vehicles, screening and treating these disorders are crucial in this part of the population. The researchers recommend holding regular training sessions about these disorders for professional drivers.
Under the new DUI law minors, commercial drivers, school vehicle or bus drivers, and offenders involved in an accident that injures someone or causes property damage may be subject to the high BAC penalties even if their BAC is not in the high category. Offenders who refuse breath or chemical testing may be subject to the highest BAC penalties. The following charts show the penalties for each of the BAC categories:
Expungement of Accelerated Rehabilitation Disposition (ARD) Records PennDOT will automatically expunge ARD records after 10 years providing a person's operating privileges were not revoked as a habitual offender and/or the person was not a commercial driver at the time of the violation.-Effective February 1, 2004
The Driver Education program provides instruction to help students acquire appropriate and effective driving skills. It is the goal of the department to identify driving risks and influence individual decision making in order for students to become safe and defensive drivers. We conduct an integrated two-phase program. We also participate in the Cooperative Licensing Program endorsed by the Secretary of State.
The Driver Education Department provides instruction to help students acquire appropriate and effective driving skills. It is the goal of the program to identify driving risks and influence individual decision making in order for students to become safe and defensive drivers.
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Ignition Interlock is a device that is installed in vehicles that prevents drivers from operating the vehicle while impaired by alcohol. The driver must blow into the device and if his or her breath alcohol level exceeds the accepted level set on the device, the vehicle will not start. When installed, interlocks are associated with about a 70% reduction in arrest rates for impaired driving.
The 2011 Drunk Driving Reduction Act, implemented on October 1, 2011 expanded Maryland's Ignition Interlock program by requiring more drivers to participate. Participants in this program must have an Ignition Interlock Device installed in their vehicle, obtain an ignition interlock-restricted license and must successfully complete their assigned period of participation before they may regain full licensure.
ESSB 6001, Sec 204(8) directs the Joint Transportation Committee to coordinate a work group to develop parameters for and make recommendations regarding a pilot program for on-line drivers' education for students; and potential requirements for driver training for 18-24 year olds. Work group participants will include representatives from the Department of Licensing, the Washington State Traffic Safety Commission, other stakeholders, interested legislators, and legislative staff. A report is due by December 1, 2014.Budget: Within existing fundsJTC Staff: Beth Redfield, with Mary Fleckenstein as back-upSTC and HTC Staff: Amanda Cecil, Andy Russell and Paul IngiosiReport due date: December 1, 2014
Did you know professional truck drivers are at higher risk for blood clots because they are seated for long periods of time? If you (or a loved one) work in one of the following occupations, you have a higher risk of developing the life-threatening, blood clot condition called deep vein thrombosis (DVT):
Immobility and keeping sitting still for more than two hours at a time increase your risk for blood clots. These risk factors are common for the majority of professional drivers, and the risk is even high for long-distance drivers. In the United States, there are an estimated one million blood clots diagnosed every year, according to the National Blood Clot Alliance.According to the Stop the Clot organization:
The road users most at risk from road traffic are pedestrians, in particular children, older adults and disabled people, cyclists, horse riders and motorcyclists. It is particularly important to be aware of children, older adults and disabled people, and learner and inexperienced drivers and riders. In any interaction between road users, those who can cause the greatest harm have the greatest responsibility to reduce the danger or threat they pose to others.
Large vehicles. These may need extra road space to turn or to deal with a hazard that you are not able to see. If you are following a large vehicle, such as a bus or articulated lorry, be aware that the driver may not be able to see you in the mirrors. Be prepared to stop and wait if it needs room or time to turn.