Report: Fewer Ariz. teens obtaining driver’s licenses
Teens & Trucks: Share the Road
Brian Johnson/AFN To help teenage drivers understand the danger
posed by large semi-trucks due to their drivers' blind spots, the
Arizona Department of Public Safety, the Arizona Trucking
Association and Mountain Pointe's physical education department
sponsored a "Teens & Trucks: Share the Road" educational
program Tuesday at the school. In particular, students learned how
to, when driving, stay out of a truck's "no zone" which are areas
all around a large vehicle that are difficult for the truck driver
to see. Here, freshman Tommy Parada trades seats with a big rig
driver and looks out a side rear-view mirror to see for himself the
scope of the problem. Dec. 7, 2010
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