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Distance Learning – Day 3: Alcohol and drugs, sharing the road

Distance Learning – Day 3: Alcohol and drugs, sharing the road

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You do not have to yield to pedestrians. It is their responsibility to watch out for oncoming vehicles.

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In the event you hit an unattended vehicle in a parking lot, you are not responsible to contact the owner of the vehicle.

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In the event of an accident the police will contact your insurance company.

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The Good Samaritan Law states that an individual will not be held personally responsible for injuries incurred to a person an individual is helping after an accident.

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If you are involved in an accident, you are not required to stop if you do not think the damage is severe.

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It is acceptable for a driver to pass a vulnerable road user traveling in the same direction to immediately make a right-hand turn in front of that vehicle.

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When you sign paperwork to obtain your permit, you are agreeing to comply with requests by law enforcement officers to take a field sobriety test and/or a chemical test to determine your blood alcohol content.

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An individual is guilty of an open container law violation if they knowingly possessed an open container of alcohol in the passenger area of their vehicle.

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It is acceptable for a person under the age of 21 to drive as long as they have less than .08 blood alcohol level.

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If a minor is under 18 years of age and has 2 or more public intoxication convictions then the court may order the parent or guardian to attend an alcohol awareness course with the minor.

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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.