Introduction to Vehicle Dynamics – the time-distance relationship. Presented by the International Security Driver Association and its members. When moving through any scenario the driver is managing time and distance. In an emergency, survival comes down to how much time and distance do you have to avoid the problem.
Lane Change – Evasive Maneuver – Accident Avoidance – Swerve to Avoid – no matter what it’s called they all have the same basic characteristics and are essential to all EVOC training programs. Over the years the feedback from former students indicates that the “Lane Change” exercise instills life-saving skills. The purpose of the evasive […]
A recent video of a Toyota Truck coming close to flipping as it drove through the “Moose Test”, created a great deal of Social Media talk. PDC would like to share our thoughts on the video. Our Thoughts For those that conduct EVOC programs, the Moose Test is a lane change without the decision component. […]
Over 90 percent of the information, we need to control the vehicle comes from what we see. Vision is the foundation of safe and secure driving. Vision is a complex sense affected by a number of variables, many over which we have no control. Your vision inside the car is not only affected by physical […]
This is the cover of the original driving book, written in 1988, and was the genesis for the present day Driving Techniques book. The original book was written for the Law Enforcement community. Throughout the last 28 years the book morphed into a driving book for the public. The original book discussed, Vehicle Dynamics for EVOC Instructors, High […]