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Crash Course video

Toyota Driving Expectations is a free four-hour driver’s education program that gets teens behind the wheel to experience real dangers in a safe setting, so they can learn how to avoid and deal with similar situations on the road.

Pro drivers ride with participants, guiding them through several different hands-on driving and classroom sessions.

Scouts from Troop 1, Griffin, Ga., and Troop 161 took part in the program at the Atlanta Motor Speedway where they got in the driver’s seat to learn how NOT to crash.

Check out this video to see what happens when a driver tries to talk on a cellphone, listen to the radio, close the sunroof and drink bottled water — all at the same time:

Check out the next video to learn how a car’s anti-lock braking system (ABS) lets you brake while steering:

For more information about road safety and The Toyota Driving Experience, check out the January 2009 issue of Boys’ Life magazine.

19 Comments on Crash Course video

  1. My scoutmaster lets us drive and I am only eleven. But the driving is just telling him what speed to drive ,what lane to drive in,how to drive, when to turn, and when to stop.

  2. ya I want to drive a car

  3. I agree with twig, do they?

  4. i have no idea how that dude survived in the first video

  5. asome
    cool
    wicked cool

  6. great job:)

  7. I want to drive a car.

  8. pretty neat

  9. they had to wear funny helmets😀

  10. awesome

  11. nice job!

  12. Why did they do that?

  13. I bet a Subaru would do just fine.

  14. It was the funnyist vido ever!

  15. If you did this test on a smart car, and then an big SUV. it would make
    a differenc because of weight.

  16. Quick Soccer player // January 30, 2009 at 9:16 pm // Reply

    on the toyota camery it would make a difference if you used a chevy tahoe. because you change the weight the power and the length and width. plus the stopping power and the abs system. where is pedro

  17. I like thoseshow and how they show how to not crash

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