The author and publisher of Driver's Safety cannot be held liable for any personal harm or injury, property damage, economic loss, emotional distress or other detriments arising during or as a result of adherence to the suggestions mentioned here and therein. The reader utilizes the suggestions at their own risk and is under no implied or express obligation to adhere to the views expressed by the author. Driver's Safety and the suggestions within it cannot, therefore, be used as an excuse for failing to avoid an accident, and it cannot be used by any individual to excuse or blame a driver for negligence in the event of a collision. The reader uses the text at their own risk, and are entirely personally liable for any detrimental consequences resulting from their actions.
Driver's Safety is a small simply written textbook which looks in detail at the many different roadways and related intersections and crossings, which all drivers commute on and through daily. It is an easy to read guide, that helps drivers identify and negotiate the various types of roads and surfaces, in the many and varied weather conditions. It covers loaded and unloaded vehicle types including motorcycle, car, four wheel drive, light and heavy truck and trailer, and bus. Copies of the text have been issued to both State and Federal Police for inspection, and it does not conflict with any current State or Federal Legislation.
The book is now available by order at most book stores and also here on this blog, and is intended to be used immediately by drivers. Copies of the text can be quickly acquired from most libraries, and in my opinion, drivers are required to view the printed published paperback version, of the text if possible, to observe, identify, and remember, the many necessary details and points mentioned therein. In general, the book is very environmentally and economically friendly in regards to fuel consumption of vehicles, and the text enables drivers to use their vehicles in an optimum environmentally sustainable manner.
I will outline here the basic contents of the text, and of how best to observe the suggestions mentioned therein. Gradually working through all the topics mentioned in the book, readers will quickly come to realize the importance of the text, and whether or not they wish to acquire a paperback copy of it. In upcoming posts I will cover the following topics, as they appear in the text:
- WEATHER CONDITIONS
- DANGER SPOTS ON ROADS
- CONDITION SUGGESTIONS
- NON RESIDENTAL CONDITION SUGGESTIONS
- SEMI RESIDENTIAL CONDITION SUGGESTIONS
- RESIDENTAL CONDITION SUGGESTIONS
- CONDITION AND SUGGESTION CHARTS
- DANGER SPOT SUGGESTION CHARTS
- SAFETY SUGGESTIONS
- TURNING SUGGESTIONS
- ROUTE PLAN
James K Glaspy
Author of Drivers Safety: Danger Spot and Speed Manual
Timothy G Albiez