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BOLANOS, MIRTHA K.BOURGUIGNON, JOSEPHESSIEN, IKANKE A. PAL, SONALICHARLES, WATSONJAMIL, SHAHAB
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MC GRANE, BRIANCARTER, JON PAULLin, ZhendiNACHTIGALL, DAVIDROTELLA, FRANKALSTON, LYNDELE
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CHOWDHURY, MOHAMMEDCOLLINS, MARVINSINGH, DAVIDBUTLER, STACIEMOORE, ROBIN
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YISRAEL, JANALAM, SHAFIQULARZENO, RICHARDGIL, MABELPADRON, JORGE
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1BOLANOS, MIRTHA K.Define and recognize driving as a mental, physical and social task that involves the interaction of the operator, the environment and the vehicles.Rules
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BOURGUIGNON, JOSEPH
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ESSIEN, IKANKE A
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PAL, SONALI
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2CHARLES, WATSONRecognize the importance of protecting motor vehicle occupants from possible injury or death by using all occupant protection devices.
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JAMIL, SHAHAB
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MC GRANE, BRIAN
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3CARTER, JON PAULžTeach the rules-of- the road, emphasizing those that promote safe driving.
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Lin, Zhendi
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NACHTIGALL, DAVID
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ROTELLA, FRANK
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4ALSTON, LYNDELEIdentify factors such as fatigue, alcohol, and other drugs that can impair a driver’s ability to operate a motor vehicle
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CHOWDHURY, MOHAMMED
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COLLINS, MARVIN
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SINGH, DAVID
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5BUTLER, STACIEžRecognize dangerous drivers and driving situations and learn how to react safely.
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MOORE, ROBIN
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YISRAEL, JAN
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6ALAM, SHAFIQULUnderstand the influence a driver’s state of mind can have on their behavior and how this affects their actions while driving.
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ARZENO, RICHARD
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GIL, MABEL
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PADRON, JORGE
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