Video Librarian Magazine, July-August, 2002
"This is at top-notch aid for new drivers, and provides a good review for the rest of us. Highly recommended."
Get Street Smart! Rules of the Road introduces teens to safe, smart, and skullful driving. Know what to do in case of auto accident with the "In case of Emergency" bonus features. Interactive quizzes and tests. Topics cover driving basics, city and residential driving, highway driving, the driver's exam, safety tips, tips for hazardous conditions, drug and alcohol awareness.
Disc 2 includes a behind-the-wheel curriculum to assist parents in best instruction practices. It also includes bonus sections on car maintenance, road rage, and safe driving practices. By completing the Rules of the Road, you'll be prepared to hit the open road!
The Rules of the Road covers EVERYTHING a new driver needs to know in order to become a safe, smart, and skillful driver. Disc 1 starts out by teaching you the rules of driving, helping you ace the written test on your first attempt. From there, the interactive signs index and the virtual driver feature help train driver awareness. You'll also learn parallel parking, highway merging, night driving, right-of-way rules, and everything in between.
With a provocative point-counterpoint format, Rules of the Game features two widely respected professors - of widely divergent political views - in a lively discussion of how government works. Phillip Magness, a Texas Republican, and Paul Weissburg, a left-winged liberal, go head to head on such topics as "good" public administration, Congress, big business, and everyone's favorite bugaboo, bureaucratic dysfunction.
One of those uniquely '70s groups, Middle of the Road were a Scottish pop vocal group whose singles "Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep," "Tweedle Dee Tweedle Dum," and "Soley Soley" were huge European hits, selling in the tens of millions. Formed by Sally Carr (vocals), Ian McCredie (guitar), Eric McCredie (bass), and drummer Ken Andrew in 1970 (the group had been playing together since 1967, but under the moniker of "Part Three") Middle of the Road had trouble finding success until they uprooted from the United Kingdom and settled in Italy.