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Distance Learning – DAY 2: Traffic control devices, traffic flow

Distance Learning – DAY 2: Traffic control devices, traffic flow

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While stopping, drivers should leave enough space in front of them that they see the tires of the next vehicle touching the pavement.

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Vehicles need to increase speed by at least 10 mph in order to pass, it is acceptable to exceed the speed limit to perform this operation.

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Drivers should use hazard lights when their vehicles are experiencing problems, they are participating in a funeral procession, or they are experiencing severe weather.

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Some cities will give tickets for excessive horn usage.

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Construction workers do not have the authority to control traffic.

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Police officers can direct you in lieu of or in addition to traffic control devices.

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Traffic flow is controlled by traffic lights ONLY.

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Guide signs tell you what roads you are on, which direction to turn, and how far you are from a destination.

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The law does NOT require us to follow the directions of all regulatory signs.

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When you see a warning sign with a speed advisory, you should reduce your speed.

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We here at DFW Driving always train to the best of our abilities. We educate new drivers about their responsibilities when sitting behind the steering wheel and all other safety precautions they need to be aware of all the time. Our aim is to develop safe and responsible drivers.

Our Vision

We aim to train and hone the skills of responsible drivers and develop safer roads for every Texan. DFW Driving School always wishes their students learn and adopt the importance of road safety and drive safely at every turn.