Module 11 – Fatigue and Distractions

In Québec, driver distraction is one of the causes most often mentioned by police officers with regard to accidents resulting in injury or death. Fatigue is also a significant cause of traffic accidents.

With this module, you will learn about the effects of fatigue on driving an automobile and the measures to take if fatigue sets in. You will also gain awareness of the risks posed by distractions at the wheel, in particular as regards the use of electronic devices, and the penalties that apply if you commit an offence.

Recommended reading

We recommend that you read all of Module 11 in your driving school manual.

Exercices

Block 1

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Question 1

What is the only remedy for fatigue?

Statistical information

Thank you for taking a moment to answer these 5 questions. This will help us serve you better.

Do you hold a driver’s licence?
Have you taken a driving course at an accredited driving school?
Will you be taking the knowledge test in the next 30 days?
 

Block 2

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Question 1

After breakfast at a restaurant, you bring your coffee with you to drink while driving. Is this a problem?

Statistical information

Thank you for taking a moment to answer these 5 questions. This will help us serve you better.

Do you hold a driver’s licence?
Have you taken a driving course at an accredited driving school?
Will you be taking the knowledge test in the next 30 days?
 

Document used in the classroom

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