The 4 Rules of 4 WAY STOPS

We’ve all been there. That moment when you come to a 4-way stop in Las Vegas and aren’t sure who get’s to move first. It can be a frustrating experience but more importantly, it can be hazardous. So, follow these 4 rules to a 4-way stop to keep traffic flowing smoothly and safely. 1. First come, first served. This applies to the road too. If there is no traffic light but rather a 4-way stop, the first car to arrive at the intersection receives the right of way. It doesn’t matter where the vehicle is located or what direction it is traveling, this rule will always apply when someone has clearly arrived at the stop sign first. However, still be wary of aggressive or distracted drivers that may

Teaching Teens to Drive

Beginner driver skills checklist: Nevada Drive Academy Turns: speed and use of signals Braking smoothly: gradually slowing to a stop Accelerating smoothly: steadily increasing to a safe speed within the posted limit Approaching intersections controlled by stop signs or lights Determining right of way Single-land and multi-lane roadways (low speeds) Changing lanes Maintaining appropriate speed Scanning for and identifying hazards Keeping a safe following distance Sharing the road with cyclists, pedestrians, school buses Driving in a school zone Reacting to an approaching emergency vehicle Using turning lanes As the new driver starts to master these skills, pay attention to which ones he or sh

NHTSA data query

In 2013, a total of 1,149 children 14 and younger were killed in motor vehicle traffic crashes. Of those 1,149 fatalities, 200 (17%) occurred in alcohol-impaired-driving crashes. Out of those 200 deaths, 121 (61%) were occupants of vehicles with drivers who had BACS of .08 or higher, and another 29 children (15%) were pedestrians or pedal-cyclists struck by drivers with BACS of .08 or higher In 2006, in response to the over 13,000 people who were being killed each year in drunk driving crashes, MADD launched the Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving. Public support for Campaign initiatives has been overwhelming. MADD’s Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving focuses on four important steps we all

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