It can be tricky to know who's at fault in an accident but this first episode of the driver training film series Skills of Defensive Driving shows some common driving faults and allocates blame. Scenes were filmed in Frenchs Forest in Sydney. Narrator Peter Gwynne says wryly 'Don't be like the legendary Albert Day, who died defending his right-of-way.' Gwynne went on to act in TV classics such as Boney, Division 4, Homicide, and Flying Doctors. The catchy score is composed by Rory O’Donoghue who played Thin Arthur on The Aunty Jack Show (1972-75).