This program is funded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration with a grant from the

New York State Governors Traffic Safety Committee and New York State Association of Traffic Safety Boards

 

 

Motorcycle Awareness and Safety Education Presentations

Funded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration with a grant from the

New York State Governors Traffic Safety Committee and New York State Association of Traffic Safety Boards



In Person Presentations
Each driver education presentation begins with a short question and answer session with the students.

Each presentation is 90 minutes but can be customized to accommodate any amount of time if needed.

Students learn about county motorcycle crash statistics, motorcycle facts, motorcycle braking,

motorcycle turn signals, the dangers of left turns, deadly intersections, distracted driving,

talking and texting while driving, speeding, correct following distance, failure to yield,

large group motorcycle rides, motion induced blindness, and more.

Upon completion of the presentation, each student will receive a pamphlet

“What All Drivers Should Know About Motorcycles”.

Then the presenters will answer any questions the students may have about motorcycles.



Remote Presentations
Each presentation is 90 minutes, consisting of a 60 minute PowerPoint followed by

 a 30 minute Kahoot quiz. Students learn about county motorcycle crash statistics,

motorcycle facts, motorcycle braking, motorcycle turn signals, the dangers of left turns,

deadly intersections, distracted driving, talking and texting while driving, speeding,

correct following distance, failure to yield, large group motorcycle rides, and more.

After the Kahoot quiz, the presenters will answer any questions the students may have.

Following the completion of the class the instructor will be emailed the quiz scores

from the Kahoot quiz for the class, which provides a grade for the lesson.
 

 

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This program is funded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration with a grant from the

New York State Governors Traffic Safety Committee and New York State Association of Traffic Safety Boards