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It is estimated that 70% of crashes at sign-controlled intersections occur due to sign violations. The "Stop Signs and Signals - Light Commercial Vehicles (US)" course is designed to provide drivers of light commercial vehicles with the necessary knowledge and skills to navigate intersections and railroad crossings safely. The course emphasizes the importance of adhering to stop signs and signals to prevent accidents and ensure the safety of all road users. It covers best practices for approaching and crossing intersections and railroad tracks, highlighting the risks associated with non-compliance.

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  • Understand the Importance of Stop Signs and Signals: Learn the significance of stop signs and signals and the dangers associated with ignoring them.
  • Identify Intersection Risks: Recognize the high risks associated with intersections, including the potential for serious collisions.
  • Implement Safe Driving Practices: Understand and apply safe driving practices, such as signaling intent, slowing down, and stopping completely at intersections.
  • Navigate Railroad Crossings Safely: Learn the correct procedures for safely crossing railroad tracks and the dangers of ignoring railroad signals.
  • Develop Strategies for Safe Driving: Adopt strategies to manage time effectively, reduce stress, and avoid the impulse to run stop lights and signals.


Why is it important to follow stop signs and signals for light commercial vehicles?

Following stop signs and signals is crucial because light commercial vehicles often carry cargo and have different handling characteristics compared to personal vehicles. Non-compliance can lead to serious accidents and fatalities.

What should I do if my vehicle stalls on a railroad crossing?

Exit the vehicle immediately and call local law enforcement for assistance. Only attempt to restart the vehicle if you can post lookouts to warn of approaching trains.

How can I improve my reaction time at intersections?

Use the "stop-plus-one rule" by counting an additional second after stopping to scan for hazards before proceeding. This helps ensure a thorough check of the intersection.

What are the consequences of running a stop sign or red light?

Running a stop sign or red light increases the likelihood of fatal accidents and serious injuries, as well as legal and financial repercussions.

What strategies can help manage time and avoid rushing?

Plan your routes to allow extra time for delays. If running late, notify your supervisor and explain that you will arrive as soon as safe driving allows.

Stop Signs and Signals - Light Commercial Vehicles (US)


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Light Vehicles Stop Signs & Signals Video

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