The process of getting my driver's license was very long. First, I needed to complete 33 hours of driver's education. In this class, I learned all of the rules of the road and parts of the car. One part I particularly did not enjoy from the class was all the situations you could get yourself into from driving while intoxicated, not paying attention to the road, and texting while driving. Any of these things can cause horrific car accidents, and even death.
My first piece of advice is to get into the habit of preparing to fight a ticket. If you’re going to have any hope of fighting your speeding ticket, then, you need to know as much about the incident as any cop. If you’ve been driving for a few years, then, it can be pretty easy to let your thoughts wander from the here and now. If and when you get stopped, you need to be very aware of everything that happens before, during, and after you’re pulled over. Start developing some habits to
Gist Statement: “Serve or Fail”, a text written by Dave Eggers, published in the New York Times in 2004, argues that colleges should consider establishing a volunteer service requirement for students to graduate.
“Every year 500,000 teens are injured in a car wreck. Every year 5,000 teens die in a car wreck meaning an average of 14 teens die a day. Car crashes are the No. 1 killer of teens in the U.S. Even more than alcohol and drug abuse, violence and suicide”. Teens are always excited to earn their license and drive out on the road for the first time, but not every time will be a success, it might also be their last. I believe that teen’s cause more car crashes because they’re new to driving and don’t know the full responsibilities to the rules of the road. There are many different scenarios that lead to car wrecks, injuries and even deaths, such as texting while operating a vehicle, under the influence, and general lack of knowledge.
When I first started this course, I didn’t really know what to expect. I knew it would educate me on the matters of choosing a career and post-secondary life but I never realized how in-depth it would be. In the end, I learned so much from this course, I now have a post-secondary plan in mind, and I know which path I need to take to get there. When I look back on all I achieved in the two short weeks of this course, I am extremely proud of all I achieved. I hope to use all the profitable knowledge I obtained in this course for the rest of my life.
It is now week two of interning back at this endoscopy center. I don’t consider this week two but just a continuation. I experienced myself violating HIPPA. I could not believe that I was very carless with a patient’s electronic health record. I was dealing with two different patients side by side when they were laying down after they had gotten their endoscopy procedure done. They were resting a little after the medication and I had the computer on wheels moving around. This computer on wheels abbreviated, as ‘cow’ is very beneficial to the doctors since they move it with them, as they are moving around in the office. However, this computer on wheels was left on with a patients record and I was turned around to assist the next one. I was being observed when I am in this section of the center. The doctor that was observing did not tell me that I was violating HIPPA until after. He told me that I should be more careful. I could not believe myself that I did such a thing as
Instead of scheduling the traditional four 15 week courses that meet 3 hours a week each, I would offer courses in one month intervals. This would consist of one class meeting for three weeks at three hours a day, five days a week and the fourth week being considered a transitional break. The fourth week would not be considered a “finals” week. Any required final exam would need to be taken on the third Friday of the course (the last class day) during the normal class period. This would leave the transition week open for teachers to input final grades. Each semester would require four classes to be taken in a four-month period for students to qualify for “full time” status over a five-month, five course time period. This five course time period is in the event a student needs to drop a course and still desires to be full-time.
If you do not pay your traffic citation on time, you have to appear in court. You should always appear in municipal court at your scheduled time and date. It will save you a ton of headaches and fines.
Have you ever heard the saying "it was a bump in the road"? These speed bumps can make people go two different directions. Either it sends them careening off the road, or they go over it and keep moving forward. For college students, this bump is prerequisite classes. Depending on who you ask, these classes could be either a dirty word or the only way to success (Reed). Among many faculty members, when you attack on a prerequisite class, you are making an attack on the structure of academic education (Reed). In other words, faculty members get offended by these comments. If these members consider prerequisite classes that essential, then why do so many people contradict it?
I am awakened by the bright light seeping through and around my black-out curtains. The clock on my night stand reads 3:02pm. I realize it is Thursday my night off from work and that I actually slept 6 straight hours with no interruption (that’s a record since I started working nights at the hospital). Still drowsy I toss my covers off and peel my listless body from the comfort of my cozy bed. I stumble down the stairs to the kitchen where I turn on my Keurig and realize it is “THURSDAY! Oh crap!” Shasta college classes start on “MONDAY!” I have yet to sign up for the fall semester. Once my cup of coffee has brewed, I grab my laptop from the kitchen table, make my way to the living room, sit down on the couch, open my laptop and immediately sign into my “My Shasta account”.
Say that you are sorry and you will have lots of chances to avoid getting a fine. You should never tell the police officer that you know you were speeding, if your plan is to avoid being ticketed. A detail like this is certainly very important and you should seriously take it into account.
There are many benefits of taking a defensive driving course. It mostly depends on each state own traffic laws. These benefits often include
It 's easy to fail a driving test if you follow these steps. First, park your car close to the next car that the examiner can not get into your car. Second, back out of the parking space really fast. After that, try to hit something such as another car. Don 't stop at stop signs, but speed up. Next, try to turn the wrong way on the one-way street. Finally, don 't stop for pedestrians in crosswalks, but use your horn to frighten them out of your way. All in all, if you follow of these steps, you will have no problem to get fail driving
On July 6, 2016, in Falcon Heights, Minnesota, shots fired from Officer Jeronimo Yanez, killing an African American, Philando Castile. Castile, with his girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, and her four year old daughter in the car, was pulled over for a broken brake light. Within seventy-four seconds Castile was dead. 74 Seconds, a podcast, from producers John Collins and Riham Feshir, on Minnesota Public Radio, consists of twenty-three episodes. The podcast walks viewers through the entire story of the traffic stop incident, from when it happened to the end of the trial. On the third episode, “The Traffic Stop,” viewers hear the entire seventy-four second encounter. The heartbreaking podcast, full of an unbelievable police encounter, includes the dash cam, the microphone recording from Yanez, the narration of the events that took place during the traffic stop from Prosecutor Attorney John Choi, and the Facebook Live from Castile’s girlfriend, Diamond.
Once you are pulled over for speeding, careless driving, or like in many cases when you “didn 't do anything at all”, it 's not like police officers want you to be more careful and think of others around you, they are strictly there to cause havoc in your life.