Points out that the bicycle rider is responsible for maintaining the bicycle in good condition, obeying traffic rules and watching out for others. The film also reads like a laundry list of hazardous things to attempt on your bicycle!
Those familiar with Lawrence, Kansas (Centron’s home) may recognize some landmarks.
May 11, 2011
Don’t you want to see handicapped entrances, 1950?
This is a wonderfully made film, a real periscope glimpse of sixty one years ago. Note that the sidewalks have sloping entrance driveways for the cars, but not for people? It is a fine, genial, instructive film, nothing tedious about it. Some bikes, too! Nice kids and a good outfit that made this film. Note they removed the
Section § 396.11: Driver vehicle inspection report(s).
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Question 1: Does §396.11 require the DVIR to be turned in each day by a driver dispatched on a trip of more than one day’s duration?
Guidance: A driver must prepare a DVIR at the completion of each day’s work and shall submit those reports to the motor carrier upon his/her return to the home terminal. This … Read More
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In 2009, approximately 30,000 lives were lost on our Nation’s highways Although 30,000 reflect a 28% decrease in traffic fatalities since 2006, much can still be done to address this issue on our Nation’s highways Traffic crashes are the primary cause of debilitating injuries in the United States and the number one killer of Americans under the age of 34 In addition to staggering emotional costs, the annual economic loss to society because of these crashes, in terms of worker productivity, medical costs, insurance costs, etc , is estimated at more than $230 billion Clearly, there is a need for dramatic improvement in motor vehicle safety Getting unsafe vehicles off the road is integral to improving safety and saving lives.
The National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act (originally enacted in 1966 and now recodified as 49 U.S.C. Chapter 301) gives the Department of Transportation’s National