This was a special TV presentation in 1993 at the height of many of its stars' popularity. Faces like Scott Bakula and Craig T. Nelson may not translate as well to modern drivers who wouldn't even be able to recognize them from anything at all.
Basically, it's an hour-long special that provides dangerous driving situations - and then asks what you'd do in the situation. (Usually out of four possible questions.) You have a few seconds to answer with the correct answer, and it's essentially a way of testing your own knowledge of road rules and regulations, as well as how you should act in a given situation.
Overall, kind of pathetic - more so because it is outdated rather than because it is poorly made. There is ONE good moment in this that is really touching - the camera focuses on a man who was paralyzed in a drunk-driving accident and we don't know he's paralyzed until the camera pulls back...the rest of the special is too commercial, clean, and superficial to really come across as striking and bold. If you have a license chances are you already know everything in here, and all the celebrities' guest appearances are just to make more people interested in seeing it.
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