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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.

31 Jul Blog | Comments

Driving and Construction

Driving and construction go hand in hand, whether we like it or not. In order to drive in the most efficient manner roads are built. As those roads are driven on they start to fall apart and have to be fixed. That is when the construction comes into the picture. Depending on what part of […]

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24 Jul Blog | Comments

Reduce Aggressive Driving

Driving can be stressful under normal circumstances. When you add in traffic jams, rush-hour traffic, construction, car accident, etc. driving becomes even more stressful and lots of drivers get angry and become aggressive. Angry and aggressive drivers tend to make bad decisions while driving causing accidents, injuries and even death. We have all been there […]

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22 Jun Blog | Comments

Summer Driving Tips

Summer is an exciting time of year for both kids and their parents. Many students are off of school for the summer and so it allows families to take vacations. Parents take off of work and get to relax with their families. And as a result there a lot more vehicles on the road. This […]

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12 Jun Blog | Comments

Driving and Bicycle Safety

Driving and bicycle safety go hand-in-hand every summer. Students get out of school so the amount of bikes out on the road increases. This means that drivers need to be more aware by being on the lookout for bicycles on the road. What is important to knowledge here is that both the drivers and the […]

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15 May Blog | Comments

Driver’s Education Prep

Getting ready for a big day, like a first communion or a big presentation at work, is always nerve-racking. Most people would be fairly nervous about making a first communion or presenting a big project at work and would want to make sure they are prepared as possible. It is no different when it comes […]

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08 May Blog | Comments

Driving Techniques to Practice

We’ve all been there driving down the road seeing someone in their car texting and not paying attention to what is going on around them. The biggest issue with texting is that it takes the driver’s focus off the road. Even if he or she is the best driver in the world, by not knowing […]

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30 Apr Blog | Comments

Traffic School Classes

If you asked a person what “traffic school” is most would tell you Driver’s Education. And while that is correct, many people do not know that there are other options as well. There are other classes available that could help a person get a traffic violation removed from their driving record, or help a mature […]

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23 Mar Blog | Comments

Let It Go, Road Rage

Driving would be a lot easier if we could leave our emotions out of the equation. However, we are humans and humans are emotional. The most dangerous obstacle that comes into play is road rage. Road rage comes from many different places. Being in a hurry – A person who was running late get agitated […]

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09 Mar Blog | Comments

Driving with Distractions

Driving with distractions can make being behind the wheel a bit more tricky. Driving with distractions requires the driver to be even more focused on the road. Below are a list of different distractions at a person could encounter and how to best deal with those distractions. Cell phone – A cell phone take sure […]

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06 Mar Blog | Comments

Learning to Drive

Driving a car is no easy task. Much like learning to walk or learning to ride a bike there are lots of little skills that need to be learned before driving can be mastered. Unfortunately, unlike learning how to walk or ride a bike crashing a vehicle into things could cause very severe damage. When […]

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