Would you like to sharpen up your driving skills? Later, ride along in the driver training car, as one of the amusing and exciting incidents is unfolding. With Earl Randall in the instructor's seat, and with fifty years of teaching driver training, Earl relates crucial driving techniques, and intermingles these with stories gathered over the years. These driving skills and episodes on the highway, come alive when accompanied by more than one hundred and thirty photographs.
Driver training instructors will find the book particularly
useful with the details of the driving skills, the questions after each chapter, and the answers to all questions at the back of the book, which can be removed before handing books out to students.
From this book you can learn to carry out winter driving
maneuvers more safely and confidently than you ever thought possible. Why do highway crashes occur? You may be surprised when you learn that that they are often caused by three or four factors all playing a part at the same time. Many crashes take place because of a lack of knowledge on the part of the driver. When drivers gain this knowledge, many of these crashes are avoided.
When you finish reading this book, you will probably drive more safely, you will probably drive with more passion, and each time after starting the motor, the thought will probably swirl around in your mind, "Let' Er Roll".
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About the Author
The author of Let 'Er Roll, Earl Randall, has always been interested in car, trucks, carts, ATVS, wagons, and pretty well everything that rolls on wheels. If the wheel had never been invented, Earl would have been sort of lost in life. He bought his first car at age twenty, a 1957 Chevrolet, and moved up to a 1959 Chevrolet two years later. A few of his cars have been new ones, but the majority have been used. Along with cars he generally tried to have an older four-wheel drive truck.
Along with teaching both junior and senior high school, Earl always conducted a high school driver education course. He received his B.A., B.E.D., and Master of Adult Education from St. Francis Xavier University. The Master of Adult Education degree was taken in the area of producing units of study in driver education. When the opportunity came to accept an early retirement package from teaching, he took little time in deciding to take it and at this time he opened his own driver education school. He instructed well over 1,000 students to drive and has had at least this number of students in defensive driving courses.
In this book, Earl has attempted to provide practical information in operating a motor vehicle safely in various kinds of driving conditions. It is his hope that the reader will find these pages both interesting and informative.