CBR Testing is primarily undertaken for road paving design purposes. It was developed in the 1970’s by the California State Department of Transportation. It is an acronym for the three components that make up the state’s Road Safety Code, including a road-worthiness certificate. In addition to the certificate, which is often obtained at the end of the construction project, it also requires that drivers be provided with special safety features that are installed on new roadways and that are mandatory for all cars, whether new or used. These include crash barriers, side guards, and front airbags.
All new roads, irrespective of their length, must be subjected to CBR testing. These tests are carried out using the most up to date and reliable equipment. The purpose of the test is to ensure that the roads are safe enough for the general public to use. However, the actual road tests are only a part of the entire project and must be thoroughly documented and followed.
Road paving is not the only aspect of road safety that requires testing, though. Drivers’ reactions to road conditions need to be carefully monitored. A test called the “Drive-Shy Test” is given to all drivers who drive in front of a vehicle that is moving towards them. This test is designed to determine if a driver is willing to drive at a speed that will allow them to take control of themselves should a collision occur with another car. If they are unwilling, they can refuse to take the test. Failure to do so can result in a temporary suspension of driving privileges.
In order to be able to prove a driver’s fault in a car accident, it is required that he or she should not be able to tell the other driver about what happened. For instance, when a driver is involved in a crash and he or she cannot stop, the car driver should be able to maintain control of the vehicle while trying to stop the other car, without telling the other driver. In some cases, the driver must actually stop, but then they must remain in control of the car and try to maneuver it away from the scene of the accident. Any driver who is unwilling to take this test can refuse to take it.
There are several criteria that need to be met for passing this test. In order to pass, drivers must be able to maintain a certain amount of distance from the other car, and also be able to stop the other car in time. without losing control of the vehicle. Failure to pass will result in a test failure, which will cause immediate suspension of driving privileges until the driver is able to successfully complete the test again.
The road safety code includes provisions for the testing of all drivers, regardless of their age or ability to operate vehicles. All drivers in California must be subjected to CBR testing at least once a year. All new roads must also be regularly inspected by a team of specialists, to check for any potential hazards and defects.