Crash Avoidance Driving Series (CADS)
The concepts and content of the following CRASH AVOIDANCE DRIVING SERIES (CADS) video programs are specifically organized for use as a traffic safety theme for group discussion sessions, such as safety meetings, or as a single driver self-study lesson. When a CRASH AVOIDANCE DRIVING SERIES program is used in a group discussion session, the group discussion leader does not lecture, answer questions, or dominate the discussion. Rather he or she utilizes the video scene concept to clarify the driver's positive behaviors with directive and provocative questions. Each of the following CADS Video Programs may be purchased separately for $95.00. All three of the CADS Video Programs can be purchased together for $150.00.
(These programs or only available on DVD)
CRASH AVOIDANCE DRIVING SERIES TOPICS
The Driver Behavior Video Program has three parts. Each Part is designed as a 30-minute discussion session or lesson. Part 1 of the CADS/ Driver Behavior video program focuses on Risk Oriented Driver Behavior. Part 2 emphasizes Aggressive Driver Behavior, and Part 3, which is titled; Has this Ever Happened to You? Highlights traffic occurrences that frequently cause driver stress.
Part 1 – Driver Behavior
Part 2 – Aggressive Driver Behavior
Part 3 – Has this ever happened to you?
The Driver Distractions Video Program also has three parts. Part 1 gives special attention to contemporary distractions such as cell phones and navigation systems. Part 2 emphasizes the Effect of Stress on Driver Performance, and Part 3 focuses on the cause and affect of Bizarre Traffic Hazards.
Part 1 – Driver Distractions
Part 2 – Driver Stress
Part 3 – Bizarre Traffic Hazards
Time and Space Management
Like the other CADS video programs, Time and Space Management is a three-part driver improvement program. Part 1 offers a critical overview of the role time and space management plays in crash free driving. Part 2 focuses on the unique time and space management skills needed to operate a motor vehicle in an Urban Environment, and Part 3 highlights the vital role of Vehicle Positioning in crash avoidance driving.