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Army in Europe Regulation - Garmisch. Army in Europe Regulation Tra in in g on w in ter driv in g will be conducted by the unit and. A sample class may be found in FM ;.

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Army in Europe Regulation - Garmisch. Army in Europe Regulation Tra in in g on w in ter driv in g will be conducted by the unit and. A sample class may be found in FM ;. Army in Europe Regulation - This appendix provides guidance for conduct in g w in ter driv in g orientation WDO. WDO must be conducted as an oral presentation by in structors. There are no in termediate tra in in g objectives. Tra in in g Time. The garrison or unit commander will designate a date and time.

Tra in in g Location. WDO must be conducted in a classroom. Tra in in g Type. WDO must be conducted in conference style. Tra in ees. Personnel licensed to operate AMVs must be tra in ed. WDO must. Pr in cipal and Assistant Instructors. Garrison or unit commanders or their. Tra in in g Aids and Equipment. WDO presentations may in clude various. Expla in and discuss techniques used for safe driv in g under. A suggested outl in e is in figure D Summarize ma in po in ts, answer questions, and give a clos in g.

Introduction a. Army in Europe accident statistics show an in crease in motor. W in ter br in gs bad weather and hazardous driv in g conditions for. Drivers should refresh their memories about past w in ter-driv in g. Ris in g temperatures in crease. Increase follow in g distance. W in ter surfaces require stopp in g.

For safe w in ter driv in g, a vehicle must be in excellent mechanical. Twice the mileage may be obta in ed by apply in g them. The w in dshield spray bottle should be full and protected. Runn in g vehicle. Always ensure fresh air enters the. W in ter Tuneup. A w in ter tuneup is essential for cold-weather. The driver should not let w in ter cloth in g in terfere with driv in g. Icy patches may rema in on. Steer in g and brak in g require great care on slippery surfaces.

Approach a turn at reduced speed. Skids result from slid in g or sp in n in g wheels and centrifugal force. Steer in the direction. Slow down before enter in g a curve, ma in ta in a constant speed. Practic in g skid recovery in a safe area is also a good accidentprevention.

Army in Europe Regulation 55 7 W in ter-driv in g tra in in g. Tra in in g on w in ter driv in g will be conducted by the unit and documented annually before 31 October. The task is to familiarize military and civilian personnel licensed to operate Army motor vehicles AMVs with the hazards of w in ter driv in g and safe driv in g pr in ciples and techniques. WDO must be conducted as an oral presentation by in structors under supervised conditions.

Attendees will identify and describe techniques necessary for safe driv in g under adverse conditions for example, fewer daylight hours, fog, ice, ra in , freez in g ra in , snow. The garrison or unit commander will designate a date and time for tra in in g.

Garrison or unit commanders or their representative will assign in structors. WDO presentations may in clude various tra in in g aids, such as computers, films, an overhead projector, slides, television, and videos. Appendix A lists references. State the objective and purpose. Expla in and discuss techniques used for safe driv in g under adverse conditions.

Summarize ma in po in ts, answer questions, and give a clos in g statement. Request feedback and ask for suggestions on ways to improve WDO. Subject Discussion 1. Army in Europe accident statistics show an in crease in motor vehicle accidents dur in g w in ter months.

W in ter br in gs bad weather and hazardous driv in g conditions for example, fewer daylight hours, fog, ice, ra in , snow. Compensat in g for w in ter weather hazards. Driver and Supervisor Responsibilities a. If road conditions are unsatisfactory, reconsider the need for the trip.

The driver must be well rested and not have consumed alcoholic beverages 8 hours before driv in g or while driv in g. The driver and passengers will wear seatbelts. The driver will use techniques to compensate for other drivers and for weather and road conditions. Driver Attitude and Preparation 4. W in teriz in g Cars a. Drivers should refresh their memories about past w in ter-driv in g experiences.

Get the feel of the road. Try the brakes occasionally or gently depress the accelerator while driv in g. Ris in g temperatures in crease the slipper in ess of ice and snow. Drivers should adjust speed accord in gly. See and be seen. Make sure all lights and w in dows are clean. W in ter surfaces require stopp in g distances 3 to 12 times longer than dry surfaces.

Trucks require longer stopp in g distances than smaller vehicles. For safe w in ter driv in g, a vehicle must be in excellent mechanical condition. Brakes must be properly adjusted and in spected before the w in ter season. W in ter tires should be mounted before the first snowfall. Unevenly worn tires may result in skids. Each tire should have an even tread of the required amount.

Tires should be in flated to the proper pressure; low pressure may in crease the tendency of the vehicle to skid or slide. Tire Cha in s. Twice the mileage may be obta in ed by apply in g them snugly accord in g to mount in g in structions. W in dshield Wipers. Wiper blades should operate with enough pressure to remove ra in , sleet, and snow from the w in dshield without streak in g.

The w in dshield spray bottle should be full and protected from freez in g. Headlights should be adjusted properly. Lights, mirrors, and reflectors must function and be as clean as possible. Heater and Defroster. This equipment must be able to keep the w in dshield and w in dows clear. Muffler and Exhaust System. These systems must be free from leaks to protect aga in st carbon monoxide poison in g.

Runn in g vehicle eng in es in conf in ed spaces or sitt in g in closed, parked cars with the eng in e runn in g can be fatal. Always ensure fresh air enters the passenger compartment while the eng in e is operat in g. The cool in g system should be flushed, all connections tightened, and antifreeze added.

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