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My name is Steve Young and I am a retired California Highway Patrol Officer. I will also be your instructor in one of the online traffic courses with B Line Traffic Schools. No matter what course you sign up for, my goals are the same: Present you with the information that you need in a way that will not put you to sleep and then get you back to your life.  Throughout some of the courses I have included interesting situations, people and other random things I have come across in my 25+ years with the CHP to break things up a bit. Ok ok, enough about me. Close this window and start your course with B Line Traffic Schools today.

Blog  // B Line Traffic Schools’ blog offers articles, press clippings and safety tips to serve as a resource for drivers.

06 May Blog | Comments

Traffic Citations

It always happens when you are in a hurry. You might be on your way to a meeting or to pick up children when it happens. You get pulled over because you were speeding or didn’t completely stop at the last stop sign. Either way, you are now going to be late for whatever you […]

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04 Mar Blog | Comments

Driving as a Mature Driver

Driving as a mature driver can have its challenges. As much as we remain young in our minds, our bodies do not always cooperate. In particular, a person’s reflexes, vision and/or hearing can all begin to fail us. A mature driver’s insurance may also be increased as a result of his/her age. Keep reading to […]

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09 Jan Blog | Comments

Hydroplaning, Slipping and Sliding, Oh My

Living in certain parts of the world means dealing with different kinds of weather. When the weather changes it can affect how you drive and how you should react. While most people deal with sun glare, wind and/or rain, under certain circumstances there is weather that requires more attention. Hydroplaning Hydroplaning happens when there is […]

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10 Dec Blog | Comments

7 Things to do Before Pulling Out Onto the Road

Once you are out driving on the road there are many things that you must pay attention to other vehicles, pedestrians, construction, etc. You will not have time to safely deal with other things that you really should deal with before you pull out onto the road. Below is a list of 7 things to […]

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05 Nov Blog | Comments

5 Traffic Tips for Senior Drivers

Driving at 16 years old is challenging because you have very little experience. You don’t know all the rules of the road and you are uncomfortable behind the wheel. As you get older you gain confidence and become much more comfortable behind the wheel. Once you hit a certain age, which is different for everyone, […]

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30 Sep Blog | Comments

Pet Emergency Car Kit

It is quite natural for us to think about what we should do if there is ever an emergency, for our families. We have looked at what should be included in your car, in the form of an emergency kit. We have talked about emergency kits for the summer and for the winter. What we […]

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11 Aug Blog | Comments

Why is Defensive Driving Important?

Normally, the main goal of this blog is to share factual information with you. This blog will be very similar, except first, I would like to share a recent personal defensive driving experience with you. This experience will hopefully answer the question, why is defensive driving important, for you. Defensive Driving Experience It has been […]

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16 Jul Blog | Comments

6 Traffic Safety Tips for Mature Drivers

Getting older brings with it some good, getting wiser, and some bad, moving slower. Now moving slower isn’t all by itself bad, but when it comes to driving it can make driving more difficult. Below is a list of 6 traffic safety tips for mature drivers: Avoid Rush Hour Driving during rush hour, even on […]

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25 Jun Blog | Comments

Driving Etiquette

Driving safely is essential to getting home while avoiding a car accident. Unfortunately, some people have forgotten that there is driving etiquette. Driving etiquette is in place for a reason, to keep you and everyone else on the road safe. If everyone would follow some simple driving etiquette, everyone could get home safely. Keep reading […]

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12 Jun Blog | Comments

Safe Highway Driving

Driving is a series of complex steps that must be followed in order to remain safe while driving. That is why we take driver’s education and have to practice for hours and hours before we are even allowed to take the driving and written exams. Even after taking and passing both tests a new driver […]

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