A Swedish Car Magazine adopted ISO 3888-2 as a method of testing the emergency. They call the standard the “Moose Test.”Read More
For this week’s episode we are revisiting a previous topic, tires and tire pressures, to answer a question we received, and we’ll introduce a new paradigm – the Dynamic Driving and the Human Driving Tasks.Read More
I know it’s not winter yet, but the days and nights are getting cooler, and just a couple of weeks ago in the New England area had its first snow.
Winter will be here before you know it, so we felt it was the perfect opportunity to discuss Winter driving and secure transportation.Read More
The topic of this week’s episode is Decision Sight Distance or DSD for short.
Decision Sight Distance plays an essential role for those that provide secure transportation. But understanding DSD is vital for anyone who drives an automobile.
The end of Daylight Savings Time (DST) means drivers will soon be spending more time on the roads during hours of darkness.Read More
We have all had the experience of driving on a major highway and running into stop and go traffic, the first thought you have is that there must be an accident just over the hill or around the bend. But when you get to the top of the hill or around the bend the traffic starts to flow and there is no accident – what caused the slowdown. Two things traffic volume and “line of sight”.Read More
Cars are getting smarter and more capable. They’re even starting to drive themselves, a little. And they’re becoming a cause of concern for European and American safety agencies and groups.Read More
For Security Drivers and Secure Transportation providers, Potholes are a matter of safety and inconvenience. But there are things that can be done before, during,…Read More
This is a short excerpt from a video we, the old Scotti School, which is now VDI and the ISDA Team, did in the early 80’s….Read More
Security Driving is a decision-making process that requires the driver to manage time and distance, and anything that slows that process down can and often…Read More
This is an old booklet, written in the late 80’s by Tony Scotti on how to avoid vehicle attacks, specifically carjacking. The book was written…Read More
By Joe Autera – Larry Side – Tony Scotti A while back we wrote a small article titled “You Can’t Be Average”; the article got…Read More
During the coverage of the Marathon Bombings, the National and International media flooded the airways and print with video’s and pictures of tactical vehicles doing…Read More
The world and the job market keeps score – hence, don’t you think that you should attend a training program that (drum roll please) – KEEPS SCORE.Read More
Dan’s Bio, and contact info appear at the end of the article Most of us remember being taught in driver’s education class to keep up…Read More