Drivers and traffic engineers need to have a better understanding of what’s happening around them, according to a new driving course published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

In a new video titled “Driver Education: How to Be a Better Driver,” the agency’s chief safety officer, Brian McCarthy, says that drivers have to be aware of what they’re seeing, and what they can do to avoid it.

The video, called “Driving and Traffic: Understanding and Understanding,” says drivers need to: Know what to look for in a driver, and how to use that information to avoid a crash.

It also provides drivers with tips on how to drive safely, such as how to make safe turns, and to avoid distracted driving.

In an accompanying blog post, McCarthy said the video was a response to a request from the American Automobile Association, which said that while driver education is important, it does not provide drivers with enough information.

The National Highway Safety Administration, which oversees the agency, said it received the video, and that it was created in collaboration with the National Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.

“The goal of this course is to help drivers become better and safer drivers, both on the road and in the workplace,” McCarthy wrote in the post.

“The National Association for State Highway Transportation Officials (NASHUT) is a leading advocacy group in the U.S. to promote safety and education in the transportation industry.”

The NASHUT statement said that the National Safety Council (NSC) has recommended that the agency provide additional driver education in response to public safety and driver safety concerns.

“Our recommendations to the NASHU [National Highway Traffic Injury Research and Prevention] are based on safety research that shows drivers learn and learn better, and they can be improved through a more comprehensive, integrated, and targeted education program that incorporates the safety expertise of state and local governments and other stakeholders,” McCarthy said.

He added that the NSC is looking at the video for further guidance.

“We will take a look at what it could look like, how we can help, and if we need additional information to support our recommendations,” he said.

The NSC did not immediately respond to a follow-up question about whether it would provide additional guidance on the safety of driving, or if it would include other education elements, such driver-assistance programs, that are included in driver education.

In the video released Monday, McCarthy says that if you are a new driver, you need to be able to understand the basics of driving:What you can do if you’re not paying attention, and when to slow downHow to look at other drivers and see what they are doing, how to react, and where to stopWhat is a safe turn?

What are the rules of the road?

Why are some drivers distracted, or slow?

In addition to the video being released by the NSHUT, McCarthy also created a new lesson called “Driver Training: Drivers.”

The video begins with a photo of a driver at the wheel of a car, and says the following:This driver is in control of his or her own vehicle.

You are responsible for controlling the vehicle’s speed, braking, turning, and accelerating.

When you have control, it is important that you are aware of the risks associated with driving a car safely.

This includes keeping your hands on the wheel, braking or slowing down, and steering.

If you can slow down, make sure you are paying attention to the road, your surroundings, and other drivers.

In addition, McCarthy explains the importance of knowing your limits:You must understand the risks of your actions, and the consequences of any errors.

This will help you be a safer driver.

You should be aware that you can lose control of your vehicle, and should have the knowledge to manage your driving safely.

When you are distracted, you will have an increased risk of causing a crash, which can include your death.

You must also be aware, when driving, of the other road users, pedestrians, and cyclists, as well as the road signs and traffic control devices.

What you should be doing to make sure that you understand your limits, and keep your eyes on the highway and your surroundings:Take your eyes off the roadKeep your eyes focused on the speedometer, and don’t look back at the road.

You may need to slow your speed, but you can still brake if you need a gap.

Don’t look at your phone, or other drivers, or others on the roadway.

You can’t look ahead.

Look back at you.

Look at other road people and vehicles.

Look around you and at your surroundings.

You should also be alert for hazards such as:The safest way to navigate a road is by following the rules, and obeying the traffic signs.

You are responsible to slow the speed of traffic, to slow to a safe and predictable speed, and for maintaining a safe lane.

You must pay attention to your surroundings and use the road as a safety net.

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