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REG 005 – DRIVER IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

Course Objectives:
1. discuss issues that cause people to drive aggressively and how to avoid driving aggressively;
2. demonstrate knowledge of Maryland and national statistics of traffic fatalities;
3. discuss dangers of drinking and driving;
4. identify administrative and legal penalties for driving while intoxicated (DWI);
5. cite safety tips on driving in adverse weather, normal and highway driving conditions; and
6. review the importance of driving laws and their effect on the driver.

REG 006 – POINT SYSTEM TRAINING

Course Objectives:
1. review traffic control devices to include signs, traffic lights, and pavement markings in relation to driving;
2. discuss the importance of driving laws and how they affect the driver;
3. identify the consequences of not adhering to Maryland¿s driving laws; and
4. demonstrate how to drive more defensively.

REG 007 – ALCOHOL EDUCATION PROGRAM

Course Objectives:
1. identify the legal BAC levels corresponding to one¿s gender and body weight,
2. review the physical and social problems that regular alcohol consumption can present,
3. discuss how alcohol is eliminated from the body and how long that process takes,
4. cite safety issues and laws as they relate to operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, and
5. differentiate between ¿social¿ drinker and alcoholic.

REG 008 – DRIVER/EDUCATION/DISABILITES

Course Objectives:
1. cite techniques to communicate driving instructions to individuals with hidden disabilities and those who are deaf or hard of hearing,
2. identify compensation strategies for persons with disabilities to enhance their driving ability, and
3. review and demonstrate methods to effectively instruct persons with disabilities to practice safe driving.

REG 009 – Alcohol Education Program

This course presents the hazards of combining alcohol consumption with driving. The course is required by the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) for Maryland drivers who get convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI). Topics to be covered include the "social" drinker, blood alcohol consumption (BAC), safety issues, and laws regarding DUI, DWI, and BAC charts.

Course Objectives:
1. identify the legal BAC levels corresponding to one¿s gender and body weight,
2. review the physical and social problems that regular alcohol consumption can present,
3. discuss how alcohol is eliminated from the body and how long that process takes,
4. cite safety issues and laws as they relate to operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, and
5. differentiate between 'social' drinker and alcoholic.

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