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					  Section 1

Virginia Driver Responsibilities:
   Licensing Responsibilities
 Section 1 Objectives

• The students will understand the rules and guidelines
  of the driver’s education program.
• The students will investigate the process of obtaining
  and maintaining a driver’s license.
• The students will know and understand the vehicle
  inspection and registration process.
• The students will know and understand the rules and
  regulations that determine right of way.
• The students will recognize, understand, and describe
  the laws related to signs, signals, and markings.


             Related SOL: DE.1, DE.5, and DE.19
Reminder

              1.    Bring paper/pen/pencil and notebook
      2.   Electronics are for instructional use with permission
      3.   Attendance is MANDATORY!! (NO SLEEPING in class)

4. All notes can be found on Harrisonburg’s staff website:

     http://staff.harrisonburg.k12.va.us/~tbutler/
 This is what you are trying to get at the end of class..
                   …no certificate, no license!!
 Day 1: Bell Ringer

 Write a half a page red to red on the below
  statement. Save these to be turn in on test
  day. Worth 10 points.
 Some people say that physical exercise should
  be a required part of every school day. Other
  people believe that students should spend the
  whole school day on academic studies. Which
  opinion do you agree with? Use specific
  reasons and details to support your answer.
  Day 1: Pages 3-8

• You will go through the driver’s education
  manual and get ready for the learner’s permit
  test at the DMV.
• Read through the pages given and make 10
  true false and 10 multiple choice questions.
• Include the answers on your sheet.
• Also, underline/circle/highlight the driver’s ed
  manual where you got the question.
 Day 2: Bell Ringer

 Write a half a page red to red on the
  below statement. Save these to be turn
  in on test day. Worth 10 points.
 Imagine that you have received some
  land to use as you wish. How would
  you use this land? Use specific details
  to explain your answer.
 Day 2: Pages 9-14

• You will go through the driver’s education
  manual and get ready for the learner’s permit
  test at the DMV.
• Read through the pages given and make 10
  true false and 10 multiple choice questions.
• Include the answers on your sheet.
• Also, underline/circle/highlight the driver’s ed
  manual where you got the question.
Day 3: Bell Ringer

   Write a half a page red to red on the below
    statement. Save these to be turn in on test
    day. Worth 10 points.
   Do you agree or disagree with the following
    statement? Playing PE games teaches us
    about life. Use specific reasons and
    examples to support your answer.
 Day 3: Pages 15-20

• You will go through the driver’s education
  manual and get ready for the learner’s permit
  test at the DMV.
• Read through the pages given and make 10
  true false and 10 multiple choice questions.
• Include the answers on your sheet.
• Also, underline/circle/highlight the driver’s ed
  manual where you got the question.
  Day 4: Bell Ringer
 Write a half a page red to red using the following
  9 words.
 Save all bell ringers to be turned in with your
  test. Worth 10 pts
       Virginia       Driving    Learners

         Traffic     STOP!!      Motorcycles

         Illegal      Snow         Seatbelt
  Day 4: Pages 21-26

• You will go through the driver’s education
  manual and get ready for the learner’s permit
  test at the DMV.
• Read through the pages given and make 10
  true false and 10 multiple choice questions.
• Include the answers on your sheet.
• Also, underline/circle/highlight the driver’s ed
  manual where you got the question.
 Day 5: Bell Ringer
 Write a half a page red to red on one of the
  below statements. Save these to be turn in on
  test day. Worth 10 points.
 Some high schools require all students to wear
  school uniforms. Other high schools permit
  students to decide what to wear to school.
  Which of these two school policies do you
  think is better? Use specific reasons and
  examples to support your opinion.
 Some famous athletes and entertainers earn
  millions of dollars every year. Do you think
  these people deserve such high salaries? Use
  specific reasons and examples to support your
  opinion.
 Day 5: Pages 26-34

• You will go through the driver’s education
  manual and get ready for the learner’s permit
  test at the DMV.
• Read through the pages given and make 10
  true false and 10 multiple choice questions.
• Include the answers on your sheet.
• Also, underline/circle/highlight the driver’s ed
  manual where you got the question.
 Day 6: Bell Ringer

 Write a half a page red to red on one of the
  below statements. Save these to be turn in on
  test day. Worth 10 points.
 Do you agree or disagree with the following
  statement? Watching television is bad for
  children. Use specific details and examples to
  support your answer.
 Do you agree or disagree with the following
  statement? Playing a game is fun only when
  you win. Use specific reasons and examples
  to support your answer.
   Day 6

  • Congrats, you have now gone through the
    Virginia Drivers Manual. There are a few more
    items that are not in the manual that are still
    very important to learn when getting ready to
    get your learners.




Do Not Write This
   Your Learner’s Permit

• Be at least 15 ½ years old
• Must fill out learners application
 form
 Providing Identification Information

 One Proof of Identification – (applicants age 19 or older
  must provide 2 identification documents)
    Birth Certificate

    U.S. Passport


 One Proof of Social Security Number
      Social security card
      W2 form
      Income tax return
 Providing Identification Information

One Proof of Virginia Residency
    Parents may verify residency of applicants less than 19
    DMV-issued ID card


One Proof of Legal Presence
      Birth certificate
      Legal passport
 Your Learner’s Permit

• Under 19 years old:
   must hold a learner’s permit for at least nine
   months
• Over 19 years old:
   hold it for 30 days.
Your 180 Day License

               Must be at least 16 years
                and three months old
Your 180 Day License

 Parent certify that their child has driven for 45 hours,
  at least 15 of which were after sunset
Your License

                If under 18, all first time
                 driver’s licenses are
                 issued from the local
                 juvenile and domestic
                 relations court.
                Also, under 18 years
                 old, you may carry only
                 one passenger for the
                 first year of your
                 license.
Curfew Restrictions

• Drivers under
  18 yrs. may not
  operate a
  motor vehicle
  between
  midnight and
  four a.m.
Your License

                Vertical- Under 21 Years
                 Old
                Horizontal- Over 21
                 Years Old
 Virginia License Renewal

If you get your Learner’s permit at 16, 17 or 18:
        •It expires on 20th birthday
A license must be renewed every 8 years

        •It expires on your birthday
VA. Identification Card
 Must be a resident of VA
 No age restrictions
 All ID cards are valid for five years from the
  date of issuance
 The fee for an ID card is $10 .00
   Licensing Restrictions
•A restriction may be placed on your license.
•A code is placed on your license which designates
the type of restriction.


     Other Types of
      Restrictions
       Hearing Aids
   Daylight Driving Only
   Left Accelerator Pedal
     Manual controls
Would you like to
be an organ donor?
         Organ Tissue Donation


 Waiting list is approx.   Red Heart
  60,000 people.
 National network
  called, The United
  Network for Organ
  Sharing.
Example of State Inspection Sticker




 Month you got car inspected   Year inspection expires

				
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