A preliminary check of the vehicle and its diagnostic indicators.
Proper engine start
Hand-over-hand steering control
This technique is important for maintaining proper control of the vehicle at all times and is an integral part of defensive driving.
Steering turn recovery
Left turns in complex intersection
Right turns in complex intersection
Left and right turns in small intersections
One way street left and right turns
Lane changes M.S.B.
Checking your Mirror, Signalling, and checking your Blind-spot, or M.S.B., each time you change lanes helps ensure that you will see any potential hazard before you change lanes or directions.
Overtaking and passing
Proper speed for conditions
Posted speed limits are meant for ideal conditions, so when the conditions change, it is important to adjust your speed limit to match.
3 point turns
Making safe and swift turns in any space
Backing in and drive in parking
Simple guidelines for perfect parking every time
Uphill and downhill parking with curb
Heavy traffic awareness in advance
Free-way entry and exit
Darkness, fog, rain, snow and ice are all conditions that make driving more difficult. PT Driver Education will instruct during these conditions, weather permitting. After completion of six hours in-car lessons you may choose to attend Skid Control training. (certificate provided by Skid Control School on Completion ) ( FAQs)
Stop and yield signs
Pedestrian and public transit stops
The law now states that drivers must yield to public transit vehicles as they signal their intentions to leave a transit stop.