ARI Online Course Catalog

ARI Online Course Catalog

Fleet Services offers a variety of online course modules through a third party vendor.  Each course is $6.00.  Please contact Fleet Services with any questions. 

All courses are self-paced.  The majority of courses can be completed in 30 minutes or less.  The exception is the Defensive Driving Practices Course. 

ARI Online Course Catalog

ARI Online Course Catalog
 
General and Passenger Car/Light Duty Vehicles
Aggressive Driving Learn about aggressive driving, road rage, and how to manage your emotions to be a safer driver.
Alcohol, Drugs and Driving Learn about the various types of drugs and how they affect the body, how BAC levels vary by person and situation, how various BAC levels impact driving, and the consequences of drinking and driving.
Avoiding Animals and Debris Learn about the seriousness of animal hazards to motorists, when and where animals are likely to be on or near the road, and how to avoid animal collisions.
Avoiding Auto Theft Learn how thieves steal motor vehicles, what happens to stolen vehicles, and how to prevent motor vehicle theft.
Avoiding Crashes Learn about the most common types of motor vehicle crashes, how to avoid crashes by driving proactively, and how to always leave an escape route.
Cell Phone and Texting Distractions Learn about inattention blindness, how using a cell phone affects driving, and the extreme dangers of texting and driving including a texting and driving simulation.
Changing Lanes Learn about preparing to change lanes safely, the seven key steps of proper lane changing, changing lanes on expressways and passing on two-lane roads.
Defensive Driving Practices This 90 minute course covers seven key aspects of defensive driving. Drivers learn about “proactive” driving and how to be a proactive driver, intersections and rightof -ways, driving on high speed roads, limited visibility conditions, safety devices, weight transfer and emergencies, and sharing the road with others.  (This course is available in U.S. English and Spanish only.)
Driving and Adverse Weather Learn about driving safety considerations in adverse weather, the importance of traction and weight shift in poor conditions, driving in rain, and driving in winter conditions.
Drowsy Driving Causes and Countermeasures Learn to identify the symptoms and causes of driver drowsiness, understand which people are most susceptible, and take action with countermeasures that actually work. 
EcoDriving Techniques Learn how to scan, idle, and manage starts and stops to maximize fuel efficiency and minimize greenhouse gasses.
Emotions and Driving Learn about emotions and decision making, risk taking, and stress.
Highway Driving Learn about entering, driving on, and exiting highways and other multi-lane, high speed roads.
Intersections and Right-of-Way Learn about proactive driving and intersections, right-of-ways, and a variety of intersection situations.
Limited Visibility Conditions Learn about limited visibility, handling adverse weather, and driving at night. 
Parking Lot Safety Learn about the many hazards in parking lots, how to drive proactively in parking lots, when to yield to others, finding the safest parking space, backing out of a parking space, and parking garages.
Proactive Driving Learn about the three keys to proactive driving: proper scanning, communicating effectively with others, and maintaining a cushion-of-safety. 
Safety Devices Learn about what happens in a crash, the importance of wearing safety belts, airbags, and other safety devices.
Sharing the Road with Others Learn how to properly share the road with others including pedestrians, bicycles, slow moving and oversized vehicles, emergency vehicles, and motorcycles.  
Speed Management Learn how to be a safe and proactive driver by managing your speed more effectively. Learn about speed limits, adjusting speed to the conditions, and how weight transfer affects traction.
Understanding Distracted Driving Learn about the types of distractions, how the brain processes information and the impact on driving, and distractions inside and outside the vehicle.
Understanding Drowsy Driving Learn about the seriousness of drowsy driving, drowsy driver crashes, and how the human sleep/wake cycle impacts drowsy driving. 
Understanding EcoDriving Learn about the benefits of ecodriving, pre-trip preparation to improve fuel economy, and how proper vehicle maintenance can improve fuel efficiency.
Vehicle Backing Safety Learn about the dangers of backing a motor vehicle, preparing to back safely, the eight steps to safe backing, and backing in various situations. 
Vehicle Maintenance Learn about the different systems in a motor vehicle, how to maintain them, and the most common vehicle repairs and problems you may encounter.
 
Medium Duty Trucks
Avoiding Animals and Debris Learn about the seriousness of animal hazards to motorists, when and where animals are likely to be on or near the road, and how to avoid animal collisions.
Avoiding Crashes Learn about the most common types of motor vehicle crashes, how to avoid crashes by driving proactively, and how to always leave an escape route.
Cargo Van Safety Learn about the responsibilities of a cargo van driver, the characteristics of a cargo van, preparing to drive (including properly loading the van), driving the cargo van, and handling emergencies.
Changing Lanes Learn about preparing to change lanes safely, the seven key steps of proper lane changing, changing lanes on expressways and passing on two-lane roads.
DOT Vehicle Inspections Learn about the importance of vehicle inspections, the different types of inspections, how to meet the requirements and complete the vehicle inspections, and how to fill out a Driver Vehicle Inspection Record.
Driving and Adverse Weather Learn about driving safety considerations in adverse weather, the importance of traction and weight shift in poor conditions, driving in rain, and driving in winter conditions.
Highway Driving Learn about entering, driving on, and exiting highways and other multi-lane, high speed roads.
Intersections and Right-of-Way Learn about proactive driving and intersections, right-of-ways, and a variety of intersection situations.
Limited Visibility Conditions Learn about limited visibility, handling adverse weather, and driving at night.
Passenger/Shuttle Van Safety Learn about the responsibilities of a passenger van driver, the characteristics of a passenger van, preparing to drive (including the safe and courteous loading of passengers into the van), driving the passenger van, and handling emergencies.
Proactive Driving Learn about the three keys to proactive driving: proper scanning, communicating effectively with others, and maintaining a cushion-of-safety. 
Sharing the Road with Others Learn how to properly share the road with others including pedestrians, bicycles, slow moving and oversized vehicles, emergency vehicles, and motorcycles.  
Speed Management Learn how to be a safe and proactive driver by managing your speed more effectively. Learn about speed limits, adjusting speed to the conditions, and how weight transfer affects traction. 
Vehicle Backing Safety Learn about the dangers of backing a motor vehicle, preparing to back safely, the eight steps to safe backing, and backing in various situations.  
 
Specialty Vehicles
Cargo Van Safety Learn about the responsibilities of a cargo van driver, the characteristics of a cargo van, preparing to drive (including properly loading the van), driving the cargo van, and handling emergencies.
Low Speed Vehicle Safety Learn about the different characteristics of an LSV, precautions and dangers of an LSV, preparing to drive an LSV and the skills that are needed to safely operate an LSV.  
Passenger/Shuttle Van Safety Learn about the responsibilities of a passenger van driver, the characteristics of a passenger van, preparing to drive (including the safe and courteous loading of passengers into the van), driving the passenger van, and handling emergencies. 
Towing and Trailers Learn about preparing to tow a trailer, securely connecting a trailer to the tow vehicle, and how to safely operate a tow vehicle.