New! Advanced ASL Legal Series: Traffic Law DVD + USB Set

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Introducing the "Advanced ASL Legal Series: Traffic Law" DVD and USB Set - A Must-Have for Every ASL Learner, Interpreter, and Professional!

Unlock the world of traffic law in American Sign Language with our comprehensive, high-quality DVD and USB set. Our worldwide launch promotion offers a discounted price for a limited time, so grab your copy now before the price goes up!

This unique set covers a wide range of traffic law topics, from speed limits and traffic signals to DUI charges and traffic court. Learn essential vocabulary and phrases to help you navigate legal settings with ease. Master ASL terms for everything from pedestrian crossings and yield signs to crosswalk etiquette and parking lot manners. We've got you covered when it comes to driving violations, too! Discover how to discuss speeding, reckless driving, DUI/DWI, and more in ASL. Plus, our easy-to-understand lessons focus on advanced ASL receptive skills and comprehension training, making learning accessible and engaging for everyone.

This set is extremely beneficial and critical for ASL interpreters, professionals, and peers involved in legal settings, court situations, and/or just about everyone else who drives! It will enable much improved communication and rapport levels amongst the Deaf Community, fostering better understanding and collaboration.

Invest in your ASL skills today and gain confidence in communicating about traffic law. Whether you're preparing for a driver education course, navigating the complexities of a traffic violation, or simply want to expand your ASL vocabulary, our "Advanced ASL Legal Series: Traffic Law" DVD and USB set is the perfect resource. Don't miss out on this limited-time promotion—order now and elevate your ASL abilities!

Every viewer will immerse themselves with the Deaf ASL Professor and learn how to receptively and expressively master the following:

  1. Expressing various driving speeds
  2. Signaling devices for traffic
  3. A sign to halt your vehicle
  4. Sign to give way to others
  5. Priority in traffic situations
  6. Place for pedestrians to cross
  7. Designated walkway for pedestrians
  8. Area where parking is prohibited
  9. Zone where stopping is not allowed
  10. Area surrounding a school
  11. Exclusive lane for buses
  12. Shared vehicle lane
  13. Edge of the road
  14. Roadway demarcation
  15. Designated turning area
  16. Lanes for joining traffic
  17. Path to leave a highway
  18. Circular intersection
  19. Turning your vehicle around
  20. Giving way to emergency transport
  21. Failing to stop at a red light
  22. Operating a vehicle under the influence
  23. Leaving the scene of an accident
  24. Requirement to wear seat belts
  25. Regulations for child safety seats
  26. Driving while not fully focused
  27. Citation for exceeding the speed limit
  28. Penalty for not yielding
  29. Being charged with a DUI/DWI
  30. Loss of driving privileges
  31. Breaking traffic rules
  32. Legal proceedings for traffic offenses
  33. Vehicle collision
  34. Automobile protection coverage
  35. Following too closely behind another car
  36. Proper use of vehicle headlights
  37. Proper use of vehicle horn
  38. Indicating turns with lights
  39. Two solid yellow lines
  40. Central lane for turning
  41. Road allowing traffic in one direction
  42. Proper behavior in a roundabout
  43. Proper behavior at a crosswalk
  44. Giving priority to pedestrians
  45. Safely reversing your vehicle
  46. Proper conduct in a parking area
  47. Aggressive driving behavior
  48. Officers monitoring highways
  49. Monetary penalties for citations
  50. Training for new drivers
  51. Safe and proactive driving techniques
  52. Lane for overtaking
  53. Driving on the road's edge
  54. Proper use of rear lights
  55. Registering your vehicle
  56. Cameras monitoring speed
  57. Cameras monitoring traffic lights
  58. Designated parking for disabled individuals
  59. High-occupancy vehicle lane
  60. Road requiring payment
  61. Blocked-off roadway
  62. Alternate route
  63. Area with ongoing road repairs
  64. Zone with active construction
  65. Help available on the roadside
  66. Vehicle towing service
  67. Contact number for emergencies
  68. State of the road surface
  69. Road with low traction
  70. Road with water on the surface
  71. Road with low visibility due to fog
  72. Removal of ice and snow
  73. Road surface imperfections
  74. Obstacles on the road
  75. Crossing area for animals
  76. Crossing area for deer
  77. Intersection with a railway
  78. Maximum height for a bridge
  79. Maximum vertical space on the road
  80. Maximum allowed vehicle weight
  81. Excessively large cargo
  82. Dangerous substances
  83. Inspection of large vehicles
  84. Examining vehicle brakes
  85. Tiredness while driving
  86. Speed limit on highways
  87. Lowest allowed speed
  88. Signage on the road
  89. Indication for an exit
  90. Sign providing directions
  91. Place for drivers to rest
  92. Point where roads meet
  93. Parking alongside another vehicle
  94. Road allowing traffic in both directions
  95. Navigation device
  96. Finding your way
  97. Monetary penalty
  98. Receiving a citation
  99. Paying for parking time
  100. Exceeding the speed
  101. Paying for parking time
  102. Exceeding the speed limit
  103. Parking at a distance
  104. Canceled driving privileges
  105. Updating driving privileges
  106. Vehicle identification tag
  107. Driving violations examples:
  108. Going over the speed limit
  109. Driving carelessly
  110. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated
  111. Not stopping at red lights or stop signs
  112. Misusing traffic lanes
  113. Failing to give way
  114. Operating a vehicle without a license
  115. Driving with a suspended or revoked license
  116. Not having insurance while driving
  117. Using a cell phone while driving
  118. Following too closely behind another vehicle
  119. Driving on the incorrect side of the road
  120. Not using turn signals
  121. …and more!

Benefits from this set are: 

  • Learn how to express and understand advanced ASL Legal words, phrases, sentences and expressions related to Traffic Law along with helpful examples & discussions
  • Learn from Deaf Coda teacher with life experience in legal situations
  • Excellent for training courses and self-study plans
  • First time ever: you will get both DVD and USB for ease of use
  • Designed for interpreters, families, teachers, students and more
  • Optimized for ASL interpreting performance tests, ASL evaluation tests, ASL Proficiency Interviews (ASLPI / SCPI) etc.
  • Easy-to-follow Bilingual training with video aids
  • Countless hard-to-find ASL signs seen and used in Deaf Community

Like with most of our training videos, this film will have no audio for training purposes and some with open captions for convenient learning experience. All DVDs and USBs will be in eco-friendly CD sleeves WITHOUT Amaray DVD cases to help customers save money. Each disc are clearly labeled for your convenience. Color and style of USB sticks may vary to ensure highest quality to you. The pictures shown above are for illustration only and are not printed on any DVDs. Ships free to continental U.S. 

This is a brand new set and are in high demand. Please be patient as tracking information will be provided after product ships within 2-3 weeks. Thank you.