Driving Sample Clauses

Driving. Lessee and guests must strictly comply with posted speed limits. Lessee and guests shall operate vehicles in a safe manner and in no event drive onto sidewalks. Lessee will not deposit excessive mud or dirt into streets or parking spaces.
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Driving. There is a risk I may become drowsy when starting opioid therapy or when the dose is increased. I agree not to drive a motor vehicle or operate dangerous machinery until I am on a stable dose and do not experience any drowsiness.
Driving. Provision of driving lessons to the Student or supervision of the Student as a learner driver requires prior approval by the School, and are also at the discretion of the Homestay Provider. Where the Homestay Provider chooses to supervise the Student, the Homestay Provider must abide by Victorian driving Laws and ensure that the Student’s driving to or from the School is consistent with the School’s driving policy (if there is one). Swimming The Homestay Provider must be mindful of the Student’s swimming ability and familiarity with water. The Homestay Provider should exercise caution and ensure supervision of the Student around home or public swimming pools, beaches and other bodies of water. Schooling requirements The Homestay Provider must: support and encourage the Student to attend School every day and on time; ensure the Student has safe and appropriate transport to and from School; notify the School Representative of any concerns they have about the Student’s School attendance; and notify the School Representative of any absences of the Student from School in accordance with the School’s policy. The School will monitor the Student’s course progress. If the Student encounters difficulties in completing the Student’s course, the School may provide or arrange additional support, such as tutoring. The Homestay Provider is not responsible for the Student’s course progress, or for providing or arranging learning support. The Homestay Provider may voluntarily assist the Student by providing learning support, however this is not mandatory.
Driving. NSLI-Y participants are not permitted to drive cars or motorcycles under any circumstances. Violators of this policy will be considered for program dismissal, even if the participant possesses an international driver’s license or if the host or natural family feels that the participant is a responsible and careful driver.
Driving. Under-the-Influence Program Requirements (Documents 1C) contains additional requirements that shall be adhered to by the Contractor.
Driving. You must not permit your Student:
Driving. Please do not drive or operate anything in the vehicle when you are under the influence of drink or drugs or any medication that may cause drowsiness. Do not operate any mobile device such as a mobile telephone whist driving the van.
Driving. Ashburton College does not allow international students to drive or own a car, motorbike or scooter while they are enrolled at the school. Students are allowed to have professional driving lessons with a registered instructor. Parents may apply in writing to the International Director for exceptions to this rule.
Driving driving or being in charge of a vehicle where the Insured Person’s blood/urine alcohol level is above the legal limit stated in the laws of the country where the Accident occurs.
Driving. We permit cars onto the park for the purposes of access to the Caravan only. Accordingly, save to the extent that you may need to do so because of a disability, you must not drive cars around the park for other purposes such as visiting other locations on the park. We may ask for reasonable evidence of any disability relevant to this rule. • Driving on the park is restricted to the park roads. • You must drive all vehicles on the park carefully and within the displayed speed limit. • You must hold a full current driving licence to drive any vehicle on the park. • You are not permitted to give anyone driving lessons at the park and we do not permit learner drivers to drive on the park.