Preparing Drivers For Extreme Situations On The Roads Of The Far North


In the twenty-first century, despite a wide range of measures taken to ensure transport safety and security thousands of people continue to die on the roads in Russia and world every year. At the same time, people often die not only in road accidents, but, for example, in situations such as an incorrect crossing by a car ford through a water obstacle, a car breakdown in an area with a large gap between settlements and a rare movement of cars at low street temperatures, etc. The study proposes an original methodology for preparing non-professional drivers for driving on the roads of the Far North in difficult climatic and infrastructural conditions. The main task of applying the proposed method is to reduce the number of accidents on the roads of the Far North when non-professional drivers move long distances in extremely low temperatures and difficult weather conditions, such as snowfall, wind, etc. Based on the results of the experimental operation of the complex, the author has formed a recommended format for passing the route, with the use of which it is recommended to form groups of students and the number of tasks.

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31 March 2022

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Shvetsov, A. V. (2022). Preparing Drivers For Extreme Situations On The Roads Of The Far North. In & I. Savchenko (Ed.), Freedom and Responsibility in Pivotal Times, vol 125. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 899-905). European Publisher.