We have established what an “identity” is and how it is used in part 1. In summary, to the world, we are our drivers license, social security number, medical information, financial information and accounts, and lastly our character. We must learn to VALUE our information. It is worth more than cash and we give it out and throw it around like business cards. We must create a “Culture of Security” around our information and our lives.
First of all, in preparation it is advisable that you attend an accredited driving school. By going to a driving school, you will receive better training than if you were to rely solely on the training of a parent or guardian. Parents can be excellent teachers for young drivers because they have an invested interest in their teenager’s safety. They are not likely to have adequate experience in training new drivers. By incorporating a strategy of both attending a driving school and using parents as a secondary resource, your abilities behind the wheel and knowledge of traffic laws will be substantially helpful when the time comes for you to take your road test.
One Day License Training- These are available throughout the country. They promise to get you your Commercial mpu-vorbereitung-berater.de in one day. Of course, this is not cheap. The cost ranges from $300.00 to $1000.00 dollars not including the costs you must pay the DMV. Usually this only covers your pre-trip and driving skills test. You will still will need to take your General Knowledge Test, Air brake Test, Combination Test, etc…..
A new driver’s first car should be a vehicle which is safe and reliable. Generally new drivers are lack experience fixing cars and often lack the funds to pay for expensive repairs. Thus, a used car is generally the best choice for a new driver. Used cars cost less to insure and since new drivers are at high risk of getting into an accident, it does not make sense to buy a brand new or expensive car. Choose a used car which is modestly priced with fewer miles; especially if this car will be used by multiple new drivers.
Obtaining a CDL can be time consuming and expensive depending on you. If you don’t have any experience driving a truck or bus you must get some kind of training. You don’t have to go to a school if you know someone who already has a truck, and may be willing to teach you how to drive it, but you will still have to prove you can do it by taking a test. Many companies will also let you “gain experience” by apprenticeship, and some will even pay for the training, but in most cases, you really need to already have your CDL.
Next would be some kind of realistic periodic physical test. A vision test to see if you can still see. A reaction test to test basic reflexes. Is the driver at least physically capable of driving in a high speed environment?
Firstly the age at which you may learn to Drive is 17 and there is a well defined process in achieving the Provisional License, without which you may not take up a position behind the wheel.
I believe there is hope but until that time there is also protection plan to get us through should it happen to us. There is a plan, a legal plan that is available today just as sure as there is car insurance for the car you drive.