Effects of Stress on Driving
This online course explains how everyday stress can result in distracted driving, poor decision making, and physical impairments, such as loss of peripheral vision or muscle coordination.
This course explains how everyday stress can result in distracted driving, poor decision making, and physical impairments, such as loss of peripheral vision or muscle coordination. It also teaches drivers how to manage stress in the interest of safety.
Successful completion of this course will result in the ability to:
- Describe mental and physical changes caused by stress
- Identify the tell-tale signs that stress has affected one's driving
- Create a personal blueprint and plan of action
- Adrenaline and your brain
- Vision problems
- Loss of muscle coordination
- Impairment of peripheral vision
- Physical signs of stress overload
- Mental signs of stress overload
- Ways to control adrenaline overload
- Texting and driving
- Loading and unloading while stressed
- 0-60 escalation
- Road rage
- Difficult people
This course takes approximately 60 minutes to complete
A passing grade of 80% or higher required. Up to 3 attempts are provided.
A certificate will be provided upon the successful completion of this course