A BETTER WAY (color/23 mins.) (Small Vehicles 2-0159) (Trucks 2-0486)
This video shows how effective the Five Keys and the Space, Visibility, and Time Concepts can be in removing a driver from much of the danger which is inherent in operating a motor vehicle on our roadways today. Two versions are available - one on trucks and one on small vehicles. Please specify.
ACCIDENTS AREN'T JUST ON OF THOSE THINGS (20 mins.) 1-100
A bestselling author and popular safety speaker, Martin Lesperance shares his stories from his 20 years of experience as a firefighter and paramedic in a powerful presentation before a live audience. He addresses many important safety issues that all employees need to hear.
- What "ripple effects" result from an injury.
- Why we must think of the repercussions of our actions.
- Why wearing personal protective equipment is so important.
- Why a dangerous situation should be fixed immediately.
A MATTER OF JUDGMENT (color/23 mins./1974) 2-0163
This video shows and explains the proper operating procedures to be followed in all kinds of road traffic.
A MATTER OF TIME (color/10 mins.) 1-307
Viewers watch through the windshield of "their" vehicle as different traffic sequences show how accidents happen.
ANIMAL AWARENESS (color/) 2-0395
This video shows actual scenes of animals in and approaching the road-way in various situations. The driver is shown how to determine the potential of a collision with an animal at any time.
ATTITUDE ON WHEELS (color/18 mins./1985) 2-0170
This video takes a look at how drivers' positive or negative attitudes affect the way they drive.
AUTO SHOP ORIENTATION & SAFETY TRAINING (10 mins.) 1-0158
Addresses hazardous materials and safety issues common to automotive shops. Targets material, safety data sheets, chemicals, and asbestos and safety procedures.
BACK TO BASICS (color/14 mins./1985) 2-0171
Focuses on a part of the driving job that many drivers take for granted...the "art" of backing properly.
BACKING, PARKING AND INTERSECTIONS (17 MINS./COLOR/2006) 1-0165
A focus is placed on three of the most dangerous situations concerning driving for any type of driver. Excellent advice is provided to reduce the risk involved with all three topics.
BETWEEN YOU & ME: SOLVING CONFLICT (color/23 mins. /1995) 2-0274
This video-based training program shows specifics steps employees can use to turn individual conflict into a challenge to grow, and an opportunity to learn a better way to improve relationships.
BREAKING THE ACCIDENT CHAIN OF EVENTS (color/8 mins./1994) 1-320
Dramatizes through vignettes the chain of events leading to a traffic accident. Emphasizes the need to be a responsible driver by staying alert, being decisive, and being polite and reasonable in traffic.
BUMPERS: A RETROSPECTIVE (color/7 mins./1989) 2-0175
The history of federal bumper requirements and the wide variation in the bumper performance of various car models are reviewed.
CITY DRIVING TACTICS (color/20 mins.) 2-0180
This program illustrates the important driving tactics needed for safe city driving.
CRASH COURSE: REPORTING VEHICLE INCIDENTS (16 MINS./COLOR/2005) 1-209
This "crash course" in vehicle incident reporting is designed to provide your drivers with an overview of the correct procedures to follow in the event of a collision. Your employees will learn what type of information they need to gather from the accident scene in order to document the accident and conduct a successful investigation.
DIFFICULT PEOPLE: HOW TO DEAL WITH THEM (color/36 mins.) 1-0108
Now you can learn techniques to identify understand and cope with the difficult people whom most of us are forced to deal with on some level every day. Whether at the office or at home, difficult people add to the stress that we work to eliminate.
DISTRACTED DRIVING (color/18 mins./2002) 2-0598
Each year more than 40,000 people are killed in motor vehicle crashes and over 3 million are injured. In this video, viewers are introduced to potentially dangerous situations and given information to minimize the risks associated with Distracted Driving. Five major types of distractions are covered including; cell phones and other gadgets, children, aggressive drivers, drowsiness and traveling away from home.
DISTRACTED DRIVING: AT WHAT COST? (15 MINS./COLOR) 1-0109
Most drivers are unaware of how often they are distracted from the most important task at hand-driving the vehicle safety. This program is designed to raise a driver's awareness of the potentially tragic consequences of driving while distracted.
DON'T LET UP (color/9 mins/1994) 2-0487
Shows high school driver education students using anti-lock brakes (ABS) for the first time. Demonstrates the ability of ABS to prevent loss of control on a variety of wet and dry surfaces.
DOWN SIZE YOUR DRIVING (color/10 mins./1983) 2-0316
This video focuses upon adjustments necessary when driving today's smaller cars.
DRIVE AND SURVIVE (color/23/ mins./1979) 2-0191
Throughout the video, the viewer becomes an on-the-spot witness to the results of highway tragedies. This video was produced with the cooperation and assistance of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
DRIVEN TO DISTRACTION color/(20 mins.) 1-0164
This ground breaking program illustrates just how dangerous distracted driving can be. The main character is the embodiment of the various distractions that accompany drivers. Watch as he gleefully plots and plans to take attention from the road. The impact of this program is powerful and memorable.
DRIVER AWARENESS (color/35 mins.) 1-308
This program puts viewers "in the driver's seat" as they watch 35 different moving traffic scenes played out in the front of them through the windshield of "their" vehicle.
DRIVER SAFETY: THE BLINDFOLD EFFECT (18 MINS./COLOR) 1-0110
This is more than a "how-to video”, it's also a motivational film designed to affect the viewer's attitude about driving safety issues. The interactive format of this program is designed to encourage participation by asking views to identify and discuss the hazards depicted in the video.
- Cell phone use
- Talking to passengers
- Reaching into laptop case
- Eating and drinking
FATIGUE (color/15 mins.) 2-0396
Fatigue kills thousands of drivers. Fatigue may gradually become worse but not be noticed by the driver. This video describes causes of fatigue.
FINAL FACTOR (color/14 mins./1982) 2-0317
This video shows how driving emergencies develop as first one factor than another enters the picture until a "final factor" triggers an accident situation.
FIRST ON THE SCENE (color/6 mins.) 2-0405
This video shows motor vehicle crash scenes involving emotionally charged situations that is crucial for all drivers to know what to do and how to do it--how to be effective in initiating the EMS rescue process and at the same time prevent additional crashes at the accident scene.
FREEWAY DRIVING MAKING CRITICAL DECISIONS (color/14 mins./1983) 2-0203
Special freeway driving skills are presented in this film.
FREEWAY DRIVING (color/8 mins./1994) 1-321
Demonstrates how freeways demand quicker thinking than conventional roadways. Discusses how to merge onto a multi-lane highway smoothly and decisively, how to handle weave (lanes used as both entrance and exit lanes), and how to know when you've reached your exit.
GETTING AROUND: ALTERNATIVES FOR SENIORS WHO NO LONGER DRIVE ( 27:57 mins.) 1-0171
Join host Jerry Mathers (The Beaver in “Leave it to Beaver”) as he explores developing mobility options to help older, at-risk drivers plan for and transition to life-after-driving. Footage chronicles the challenges older driver and their families face, the dilemmas presented to family doctors and state agencies, and effective, long-term solutions some communities have developed as an alternative to the car.
GETTING PAST THE ORANGE BARRELS (color/11 mins./1992) 1-320
This presentation is designed to help gain driver's cooperation in protecting the lives of highway construction workers as well as to reduce crashes in highway work zones.
GREATEST HEARTACH YOU'LL EVER KNOW (color/32 mins.) 1-0143
If God will just bring them back, he can wear his hair any way he wants. This heart breaking plea from a man whose son was killed in an automobile crash is just one reason "The Greatest Heartache You'll Ever Know" should be seen by every parent. It's a mixture of laughter and tragedy that brings home the importance of a parent-child relationship.
HABIT DEFENSE COVERING THE BRAKE (color/12 mins.) 2-0204
Habit defense is a technique that reduces the likelihood of collision by reducing a car's total stopping distance.
HIGHWAY DRIVING TACTICS (color/18 mins./1987) 2-0206
This video gives practical, easy-to-remember and easy-to-use rules that help make highway driving safe.
HIGHWAY OF AGONY (color/28 mins.) 2-0207
Through the video, viewers become on-the-spot witnesses to a dramatic selection of highway tragedies captured in color. This film was produced with the cooperation and assistance of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
I CHOSE TO LOOK THE OTHER WAY (12 MINS./COLOR) DVD 1-0123
Based on the popular safety poem of the same name by Don Merrell, this powerful program shows how "speaking up" about unsafe acts save lives and help to develop a positive safety culture.
INTERSECTIONS (color/15 mins.) 1-260
Dangers are present at every intersection. Whether "controlled" or "open" intersections require caution. The right of way rules applying at intersections, both "written" and "unwritten", are explained.
I'VE GOT IT (color/15 mins.) 2-0335
Gives an overview of automobile insurance coverage available for the driver. Geared towards for first time drivers.
LAUGHING, LEARNING, DRIVING (color/60 mins./1987) 2-0213
Steve Verret is a comedian as well as a certified traffic school instructor. He blends both these talents to communicate important learning points on attitudes, laws, defensive driving, and safety belts.
MANAGING SPACE AND TIME FOR SAFE DRIVING (color/1991) 1-321
This presentation emphasizes how good drivers continually adjust their driving to maintain a safe space cushion in traffic.
NIGHT DRIVING (Color/3 Mins. 1990) 1-262
At night, driving even familiar streets and highways can become more difficult and dangerous. Safety tips for nighttime driving are shown.
NIGHT DRIVING (color/15 mins.) 1-320
The loss of light always makes night driving more dangerous. In the distance you see only lights, reflections, and shadows. Not only are the conditions worse, more impaired drivers are out at night. A driver must be ready to make the most of the light that is available.
NIGHT DRIVING UP DATE (color/8 mins./1994) 2-0474
Demonstrates how darkness limits drivers' vision. Includes ways to keep your car in shape for driving. Discusses the biggest hazards drivers face in night driving to drive at night.
NIGHT DRIVING TACTICS (color/13 mins./1979) 2-0221
Far more injury and fatal accidents occur between dusk and dawn than during daylight hours. Drivers need to be convinced of the need to change driving habits after the sun goes down.
ON THE SCENE (A GUIDE TO BYSTANDER CARE AT A ROADSIDE EMERGENCY (color/15 mins./1995) 2-0477
This program explains the five steps needed when you are the first to arrive on the scene of a car crash. Each tape comes with 50 illustrated instruction pamphlets for later reference. The program follows the behavioral objectives developed by NHTSA for its National Curriculum for Bystander Care.
OPTIONS TO LIVE (color/24 mins./1980) 2-0227
This video takes you to the accident scenes and shows the results of highway tragedies where vehicle operators ignore safe driving practices. The video was produced with the cooperation of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
PASSING-CHANGING LANES (color/18 mins.) 2-0398
Every pass, every lane change, exposes the driver to danger. When should you do it and how should you do it, legally and safely.
PREVENTING ROAD RAGE (color/20 mins./1997) 1-0152
This video teaches angry motorists to be calmer, more polite, and safer drivers. Designed to be used either by individuals or in classrooms.
PREVENTING SLIPS, TRIPS, & FALLS (7 mins.) 1-0157
Designed to prevent and eliminate slips trips and falls to ensure proper safety. Covers attentiveness to surroundings and promotes a safety work environment.
ROAD RAGE AND AGGRESSIVE DRIVING: (color/20 mins./1998) 1-0129
"Road rage" is deliberate, violent behavior by a driver in response to a real or imagined traffic grievance. Drivers may use their vehicles as weapons, or even get out of their cars to accost or attack another driver, leading to damage to personal and public property, and even murder. This timely program looks at road rage and aggressive driving from the driver's perspective. Viewers learn what to do if they are the object of an enraged driver and how to avoid becoming enraged themselves. Knowing what to do if confronted by a person who is enraged can mean the difference between life and death.
SECONDS TO LIVE (color/32 mins./1981) 1-0139
Sgt. Jack Ware explains the dangers of developing sloppy driving habits and how a moment's extra thought can mean the difference between a safe trip and killing collision.
SENIOR DRIVER SAFETY (color/22 mins./1996) 2-0572
Award-winning video shows how to compensate for changes that come with age and continue driving safely. Learn about vision, cognition, physical fitness, and the side-effects of common medications as older drivers discuss their strategies for safe driving in their own works.
SIGNS, SIGNALS & MARKINGS UNDERSTANDING THE LANGUAGE OF THE ROAD (color/16 mins./1995)
Describes the underlying rules and logic behind traffic control signs, signals, and markings and why they are important to drivers. It is based on the national standards that govern most traffic situations.
SO YOU THINK YOU'RE GOING TO LIVE FOREVER (color/) 1-0141
The compelling story of life and death on the highway. Not a blood and gore story but the speaker's story of feelings and emotions, of senseless tragedies and of the young people who thought death on the highways was something that happened to someone else.
SPACE DRIVING TACTICS 2ND EDT. (color/14 mins./1980) 2-0384
Space makes a driver safer. It provides an escape route against sudden stops and protection from tailgaters and a situation in which visibility is impaired.
SPACE INVADERS (color/8 mins./1989) 2-0254
Reviews the key concepts of judging safe driving distances between vehicles.
TAILGATING: HOW CLOSE IS TOO CLOSE? (color/11 mins./1976) 2-0256
The two-second rule can warn any driver when they are flirting with a dangerous tailgating accident. This animated film graphically shows how hazardous tailgating can be, and demonstrates a very simple method to avoid it.
THE EXTREME DRIVING QUIZ (33 mins.) 1-0142
Professional drivers demonstrate how to survive extreme driving hazards and roadway crimes. Re-enacts, road rage, stalled vehicle, wrong way drivers, submerged vehicles, carjacking, brake failure, drunk drivers, roll over’s, multi-car pileups and bad weather driving.
THE MOMENT OF TRUTH (color/25 mins.) 1-234
The loading and unloading of school buses is a critical part of your operation. This video provides an in-depth analysis of the "best practices" for school bus safety. It also stresses the importance of providing training and route information for substitute drivers. Packed with more detail on bus safety than any other video you can buy.
THE OLDER & WISDR DRIVER (22:38 mins.) 1-0171
Award-winning DVD shows how to compensate for changes that come with age to continue driving safely. Learn about vision, cognition, physical fitness, and side-effects of common medication as older drivers discuss their strategies for safe driving.
TO DRIVE AT NIGHT (color/13 mins./1976) 2-0257
This video gives new and experienced drivers a vivid, realistic, visual presentation of driving conditions at night.
TROOPER TALL TALES (33 MINS.) 1-0148
Classic stories from over 23 years of patrolling the nation's highway. If you've ever tried to talk your way out of a traffic violation, you can bet Captain Pete Collins has probably already heard your story. From one driver's race to the restroom to Captain Collins' most embarrassing experience as a trooper, the poignant moments thath touched his heart, "Trooper Tall Tales" paints a picture you won't soon forget.
TRUCK DRIVING: CONTROLLING SKIDS (color 17 mins.) 2-0263
The key to skid control is vehicle control. When truck drivers remain calm and alert and take quick, appropriate action, they have a decided advantage on the road.
TRUCKS, VAN AND OTHER DELIVERY VEHICLES (color/17 mins./2002) 2-0593
This production addresses a lot of the issues that surround these types of vehicles that drivers are not completely familiar with, because it is not the vehicle that they use on the weekends or use to commute between work and home; things such as driving these vehicles loaded versus unloaded and how the weight differential has an effect on their stopping distance, and then getting the vehicle going again - especially across oncoming traffic; the video also covers subjects such as backing up and braking, blind spots, and bad weather driving.
ULTIMATE DRIVING CHALLENGE (color/60 mins.) 1-283
In The Ultimate Driving Challenge there are 20 difficult driving situations to test your driving skills before you get behind the wheel. Driver error is the largest single cause of vehicle collisions.
USING YOUR EYES EFFECTIVELY (color/8 mins./1994) 1-321
Demonstrates how to best use your eyes when driving. Discusses the two types of vision, central and peripheral, and where to concentrate your attention. Also discusses the effects of alcohol on a driver's visual perception.
VALVOLINE NATIONAL DRIVING TEST
"PART I - 25 QUESTIONS THAT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE" (color/48 mins./1989) 2-0264
"PART II -THE TEST THAT KEEPS YOU FROM BECOMING A STATISTIC" (color/48 mins./1990) 2-0265
VISUAL PERCEPTION IN DRIVING, PARTS I AND II (color/1981) 2-0266
"PART I - EYE HABITS" (11:30 mins.)
"PART II - IDENTIFICATION" (9 mins.)
WHEELS OF TRAGEDY (color/28 mins./1963) 2-0268
This film travels with the Ohio State Highway Patrol on a regular tour of duty and witnesses the tragic results of careless driving.
YOUR CUSHION FOR SAFETY (color/17 mins.) 2-0271
A concise overview showing how to put the Five Keys to Space Cushion Driving into practice.
YOUR LIVING...ROOM? (color/17 mins.) 2-0272
Your "living room" is the amount of time and space you need to stop your vehicle to avoid a rear-end collision.