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Fortification WAINWRIGHT. Nearby Dangers COURSE. Themes. GENERAL Dangers WINTER DRIVING SUMMER DRIVING Cruisers. GENERAL Dangers. Streets MOOSE Climate. Streets. NO INTERSTATE Thruways FEW Separated Parkways MOST Streets ARE TWO Paths WITH Slender SHOULDERS
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Fortification WAINWRIGHT LOCAL HAZARDS COURSE

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TOPICS GENERAL HAZARDS WINTER DRIVING SUMMER DRIVING MOTORCYCLES

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GENERAL HAZARDS ROADS MOOSE WEATHER

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ROADS NO INTERSTATE HIGHWAYS FEW DIVIDED HIGHWAYS MOST ROADS ARE TWO LANES WITH NARROW SHOULDERS PAVEMENT IS UNEVEN DUE TO FROST HEAVE (ESPECIALLY IN THE INTERIOR)

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ROADS REMAIN ICY THROUGH OUT THE WINTER LONG DISTANCES WITHOUT CELL PHONE COVERAGE OR EMERGENCY SERVICES GRAVEL ESPECIALLY AT INTERSECTIONS (HAZARD FOR MOTORCYCLES)

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MOOSE LARGE UNPREDICTABLE FAST EVERYWHERE HARD TO SEE IN LOW LIGHT OFTEN IN PAIRS

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MOOSE SLOW WHEN APPROACHING A MOOSE THEY ARE UNPREDICTABLE AND MOVE QUICKLY BE ESPECIALLY AWARE AT SUNRISE AND SUNSET EXPECT MORE THAN ONE MOOSE. Cows AND CALVES TRAVEL TOGETHER

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MOOSE AVOID SWERVING. BRAKE FIRMLY SLOW DOWN WHEN OTHER CARS ARE BEHAVING DIFFERENTLY EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED AND DRIVE DEFENSIVELY

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WINTER DRIVING

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WEATHER SNOWY AND ICY CONDITIONS FROM OCTOBER TO MAY LIMITED DAYLIGHT DURING WINTER ICE FOG EXTREMELY COLD TEMPERATURES (DOWN TO - 60)

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SEAT BELTS Keep YOU Inside Vehicle Protection Stabilization Remain Conscious Maintain Control Safer Driver

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PREPARE YOUR VEHICLE Tires Properly Inflated Clean Off Vehicle Completely! Clean all lights Scrape all windows and mirrors Sweep all the snow off the vehicle Leave 5-15 Minutes Early Allow additional time for travel Everyone Buckled Up Start Out 5 mph & Test Brakes

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CARRY SURVIVAL GEAR Snow scoop. Scrubber with a brush toward one side. Tow chain or strap. Tire chains. Electric lamp (with additional batteries) Abrasive material (feline litter, sand, salt, or footing mats). Jumper links. Cautioning gadget (flares or intelligent triangles).

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CARRY SURVIVAL GEAR Brightly hued fabric to motion for help. Unfilled espresso or comparative sort can containing candles, matches (in a watertight holder) or a lighter, high-vitality sustenance (dried natural product, for instance). Dozing sacks or covers, ski tops, and gloves. Emergency treatment supplies. Stay in your auto until help arrives!

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ADJUST TO CONDITIONS DRIVE AT REDUCED SPEEDS SO YOU CAN STOP QUICKER – Decrease 5-10 mph if streets are frosty – You may need to drive much slower GIVE TURN SIGNALS SOONER THAN UNUSUAL. THIS GIVES OTHER DRIVERS MORE TIME TO REACT .

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Following Distance MAINTAIN AT LEAST TRIPLE THE NORMAL DISTANCE FROM THE VEHICLE AHEAD.

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SKIDS Result from surprising powers: 1. Ice and Snow 2. Heading to quick for conditions 3. Sudden guiding adjustments or braking 4. Sudden increasing velocities

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SKIDS If your vehicle starts to slide, take the accompanying activities : 1. Front end slides - Release the brake and let the front wheels move openly to recover footing and controlling control. 2. Backside slips - Take foot off of quickening agent and turn wheels in the heading that you need to go, and pump brakes gently .

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BRAKE SYSTEM To make a crisis stop on an elusive street with… Regular Brakes Pump the Brake Pedal Antilock Brakes (ABS) Press down and hold. The ABS will pump for you

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TIPS FOR DRIVING ON ICE Reduce your velocity to match conditions. Most mishaps are the aftereffect of exorbitant rate. Driving in snow and ice obliges an increment of 3 times the braking and taking after separations needed for dry asphalt. Driving on snow and ice additionally obliges more tender and planned inputs to the directing haggle.

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TIPS FOR DRIVING ON ICE Excessive data to the quickening agent, brakes or guiding wheel can bring about loss of control Thinking ahead is a discriminating part driving on ice. Foreseeing that stop, path change or the activities of different drivers can have all the effect.

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TIPS FOR DRIVING ON ICE Use turn flags well early so different drivers can envision your activities. Driving on cold streets obliges fixation. Keep both hands on the haggle from utilizing PDAs, eating or different exercises that take your hands off the haggle you.

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TIPS FOR DRIVING ON ICE TO A POINT, TRACTION AND BRAKING IMPROVES AS TEMPERATURES DROP FURTHER BELOW FREEZING. ICE AND SNOW IS MORE SLIPPERY AT 32 THAN AT - 20.

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WINTER TRAVEL TRIP PLANNING CHECK ROAD CONDITIONS AND WEATHER BEFORE YOU TRAVEL (511) LET SOMEONE KNOW WHERE YOU ARE GOING AND WHEN YOU WILL BE BACK TAKE SURVIVAL GEAR FOR EVERYONE IN THE CAR PLAN FOR A BREAKDOWN AT - 30 LIMITED DAYLIGHT

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SUMMER DRIVING

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SUMMER DRIVING LONG DISTANCES TO TRAVEL LONG PERIODS OF DAYLIGHT MEANS PEOPLE ARE DRIVING TIRED INCREASED TRAFFIC RVs MOOSE

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MOTORCYCLES SHORT RIDING SEASON ROUGH AND UNEVEN ROADS GRAVEL MOOSE HEAVY SUMMER TRAFFIC

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MOTORCYCLE SAFETY COURSES BASIC RIDER COURSE 2 Days EXPERIENCED RIDER COURSE 1 Day Must have finished a MSF endorsed course to ride on or off post and to enroll a bike on post. Contact Garrison Safety Office to calendar preparing. 353-7079

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MOTORCYCLE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT All administrators and travelers on bikes must, at least, wear the accompanying cruiser PPE: 1) Helmet - ensured to meet Department of Transportation (DOT) models and legitimately secured under the jaw. 2) Goggles or Face Shield - affect or smash safe goggles or full-face shield insurance appended to the protective cap. A windshield or eyeglasses alone are not adequate.

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MOTORCYCLE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT 3) Footwear - tough footwear, calfskin boots or over-the-lower leg shoes. Sneakers, tennis shoes, or shoes are not adequate. 4) Clothing - since quite a while ago sleeved shirt or coat, long trousers, and full-fingered gloves or gloves intended for utilization on a cruiser.

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MOTORCYCLE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT 5) Reflective Safety Vest - abdominal area lime green or universal orange intelligent wellbeing vest with intelligent strips sewed, pressed or generally joined to the vest on both the front and posteriors.

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FWA GARRISON SAFETY Phone Numbers 353-6473 353-7079 353-7078

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