The course contains many animations
and instructional videos that you will need to view with
Windows Media Player. These videos will demonstrate safe
driving techniques and animations of actual situations and
collisions. Some of the lessons require you to answer questions
relating to the videos, so be sure to watch them in their
entirety. You must answer 70% of the video questions correctly
to be able to proceed to the final exam.
Let’s go over the basics about how the videos work.
If you aren't already familiar with Windows Media Player
the SCROLL button is used to scan through or jump to a portion
of the video quickly. PLAY and STOP buttons are like those
on a DVD player or VCR. The VOLUME button is pretty self
explanatory and the STATUS display simply states whether
the video is playing, stopped or buffering (downloading
data to be played).
Now take a look
at a sample video below. Click on the play button below.
If you were able to see the video, great.
Can you hear the video’s audio? It should sound like
and airplane engine. If not, try adjusting the volume. If
you still can’t see or hear the video, please contact
our technical support department at (000) 000-0000. You can
also visit our Help Page to quickly
answer most questions about the course and it's contents.
Be sure you have a high-speed internet connection and a recent
version of Windows Media Player. If everything looks good
continue on to the next topic.