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Checking Your Blind Spots - Video

This video covers the technique to check your blind spots.  In Canada they call the technique a shoulder check, here we call it a head check.  The video will present the importance of doing this before lane changing.  We want you to perform a head check every time you intend to change your vehicles position to the right or left and approaching all your turns.

Kama'aina Owned and Operated Business in Honolulu, Hawaii Since 1990
Certified State Of Hawaii, Department Of Transportation Driver Education Instructors

Certified American Automobile Association Driver Improvement Program Instructor


Driving Emergencies

Please watch all the videos in this series.  Everyone who drives a vehicle in your household will experience a driving emergency.  Knowing what to do can save your and their life.  After watching the videos, test each other.  What would you do if the accelerator got stuck?  If there is a difference of opinion watch the video again, together.

     1.    Introduction to Driving Emergencies

     2.    What To Do If Your Vehicle Breaks Down

     3.    Don’t Ignore Vehicle Warning Lights

     4.    What To Do After A Collision

     5.    Sudden Tire Blow-Out Safety

     6.    Run-off-road

     7.    What to do in a Stuck Throttle Situation

     8.    What To Do If Your Brakes Fail

     9.    What to Do if Your Car Catches Fire

     10.  Here’s what to do if your car gets stuck at a railroad crossing

     11.  How to Change a Flat Tire

     12.  How to Stay Safe in your car in the Event of A Hydroplane

            Be sure the tires with the best tread depth are mounted on the rear.  If they are on the front                you will spin out when you hydroplane.

​     13.  Panic Braking on Wet Road