Illinois Crash Statistics

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According to IDOT- Illinois Department of Transportation, in 2013 (the most-recent year for which complete statistics are available): There were 285,477 crashes involving motor vehicles in Illinois in 2013. Injury crashes account for 21.4 percent of these crashes (61,001), while fatal crashes (895) account for less than 1 percent of these overall crashes. Source: 2013… Read more »

STATISTICS

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According to the National Safety Council: Vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for people between the ages of 15 to 24. Approximately 11,000 people aged 15 to 24 years old die in vehicle crashes in the U.S. each year. Auto crashes cause 1 out of 3 deaths of 15-24 year-olds. Drivers between 15… Read more »

COURSE GOALS

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The course is designed to: Provide young drivers with an understanding of basic driver education information including: Detailed description of Illinois’ traffic laws Signs and signals Highway driving Strategy for driving Right of way rules Sharing the road DUI laws Driving and driver hazards Review the factors that lead to motor vehicle crashes including: Alcohol… Read more »

COURSE OBJECTIVES

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Young drivers are over-represented in motor vehicle accident statistics because they are inexperienced and lack crucial driving skills and capabilities. After this course you will: Ideally get in the habit of using proper rules of the road at all times. Learn appropriate content and necessary skills by utilizing curriculum material and provided supplemental materials. Be… Read more »

COURSE DESCRIPTION

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Nova’s Online Adult Driver Education Course will: Review basic Illinois Rules of the Road. Aim to reinforce the best driving practices, such as distraction-free driving tips, to keep drivers alert and safe on the roads. Promote in young drivers the use of proper driving techniques, the reduction of risky driving behaviors and the ability to… Read more »

COURSE OVERVIEW

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Throughout the course, you will learn more about: Driving Strategies Licensing and Testing The Rules of the Road Driver Responsibilities Safety Knowledge Safety Tips Managing Risks

Final Exam

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Consists of 20 questions Students must score 75% or higher to pass. If a student doesn’t pass the first time, he or she can re-test. If the student doesn’t pass on the second attempt, he or she would need to re-take the course. Review course before final exam to avoid retesting or retaking the course

Introduction

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This course will be 6 hours long and must be completed in 30 days. There will be review quizzes within and at the end of each module. The final exam will include 20 questions.

COURSE CONTENT

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Introduction: Course Description, Objectives, Goals and Statistics. Module 1: Managing Risk on the Road – SIPDE Process, Smith System, Vision Module 2: Pre-Drive Checks Module 3: Rules of the Road Module 4: Sharing the Road Module 5: Vehicle Maneuvers and Driving Techniques Module 6: Driving Environments Module 7: Traffic Signs Module 8: Natural Laws of… Read more »