You are about to enter a tunnel on a bright, sunny day. What must you think to do?
An accompanying driver is a person who guides and assists a learner driver during the learning period.
With this module, which speaks to both the learner driver and the accompanying driver, you will learn about the role and responsibilities of accompanying drivers, as well as the conditions that facilitate accompanied driving. You will also receive practical advice to help the accompanying driver fulfill his or her duties.
To serve as an accompanying driver, a person must:
Holders of a probationary licence are not authorized to serve as an accompanying driver. Furthermore, the number of years during which a person held a probationary licence cannot be included in the required two years of driving experience.
We recommend that accompanying drivers read the Accompanying Rider's Guide (PDF, 636.5 ko) before undertaking accompanied driving.
We recommend that you read all of Module 6 in your driving school manual.
You are driving on an icy road in winter. Which of the following strategies are suited to the situation? 1. Pump the brakes. 2. Reduce your speed by slowly easing off the gas pedal. 3. Quickly downshift. 4. Keep your wheels straight.
Last update: July 21, 2021