(PRWEB) June 24, 2014
In spite of better-engineered vehicles and roads, traffic accidents are increasing. Drivers are now better prepared and trained. Accidents are also mostly preventable if only drivers learn defensive driving and accident avoidance techniques.
“1001 Ways to Drive Defensively” teaches among other things, to be helpful, courteous, and defensive regardless of who is at fault but who has the last clear chance to avoid the accident. It is easy to learn and to execute. Without knowledge of defensive driving and accident avoidance techniques, that person is considered half a driver. They cannot continue the carnage in the roads; it is expensive and can result in losing health and/or life.
In this book, “1001 Ways to Drive Defensively,” for people’s safety and driving enjoyment, the ideas are sometimes repeated because driving is a repetition of the same maneuvers for any trip made. To help remember the procedures, it is presented in different ways. It is also not organized chronologically because when people are behind the wheel, things do not happen in logical order; the situations and circumstances do dictate.
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About the Author
Honesto Marcos has a bachelor’s degree in Education, and has been a successful educator in North America and overseas. He was a rehabilitation counselor, an insurance and real estate salesman. He has a very successful driving school business as owner-operator, driving instructor, critic and driver examiner. He is held in high esteem in the industry by his colleagues and the numerous safe, successful and grateful former students. He is a member of Lion’s Club, was once voted, “Who is Who" by his peers. He is a member of APDEA, Alberta Professional Driver’s Education Association in Canada, composed of driving school owners, driving instructors, driver examiners and Motor Vehicle personnel’s involved in driver training and safety.
1001 Ways to Drive Defensively * by Honesto Marcos
Publication Date: 1/31/2014
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 224 pages; 9781493158911
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