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traffic school answers to pass

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Question: 1
Young children can sustain serious injuries from ______, which deploy even in a low speed crash.
Correct:
air bags

Question: 2
Slick or wet, low-traction surface conditions make it hard to control the speed and _______of your vehicle.
Correct:
direction

Question: 3
If you are stuck in a traffic jam and you can feel your anger rising, you are experiencing an emotional challenge called ________.
Correct:
restriction

Question: 4
One major advantage of push/pull steering from the low-hand position is________.
Correct:
enhanced vehicle control because the arms stay close to the body and maintain a more stable vertical body position

Question: 5
One drink equals__________ in the eyes of law enforcement.
Correct:
12 ounces of beer

Question: 6
Safety belts are being designed_______.
Correct:
with pretension

Question: 7
A _____________painted on your lane at an intersection indicates the best place to stop your vehicle.
Correct:
broad white stop bar

Question: 8
When you are tired your _________ shrinks.
Correct:
peripheral vision

Question: 9
New pedestrian and school zone signs exist on the roadway to warn drivers of an approaching crosswalk. They are_______.
Correct:
fluorescent yellow-green diamond-shaped

Question: 10
If intervention is not working, instead of driving with the impaired driver, then______.
Correct:
call a cab

Question: 11
If you take sedatives, you could experience____.
Correct:
impaired reflexes

Question: 12
Aggressive drivers__________two to four times more people than alcohol-impaired drivers.
Correct:
injure

Question: 13
Looking at the ground beside a moving vehicle helps you judge its__________.
Incorrect:
blind spots

Question: 14
Alcohol begins to affect you__________after it enters your body.
Incorrect:
approximately 20 minutes

Question: 15
In general, for males it takes the liver up to ________ to process approximately one drink.
Correct:
1 hour

Question: 16
Text can be used with a diamond symbol to delineate__________.
Correct:
reserved lanes

Question: 17
Side effects of legal drugs that can impair your driving include _________.
Correct:
slowed reaction time

Question: 18
A lack of__________is a major factor in traffic crashes.
Correct:
risk awareness

Question: 19
Inattention is a general lack of__________the task of driving.
Correct:
focus on

Question: 20
Over__________people were killed in 2005 in alcohol-related crashes.
Correct:
16,000

Question: 21
One of the most important things you can do while driving is to concentrate on the__________of your passengers.
Correct:
safety

Question: 22
Among those killed, teenage drivers have the highest death rates per miles driven among all age groups, followed by elderly drivers and young ________.
Correct:
adult males

Question: 23
When you enter traffic from a stopped position, always yield the right-of-way to_________.
Correct:
All of the answers are correct.

Question: 24
Highway hypnosis is related to ____________.
Correct:
drowsy driving

Question: 25
By law, if you are involved in a collision, _________.
Correct:
you are required to stop

89 comments:

yannick said...

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RESULT 100 % GUARANTEE

1 If you see farm equipment ahead traveling the same road as you,_______.pass them on the right

exercise patience


2 Driving decisions depend on learned information, realistic perceptions and _____.

sound judgments


3 Cruise control should not be used__________.

in the rain


4 Young children can sustain serious injuries from ______, which deploy even in a low speed crash.

air bags


5 Highway hypnosis is related to ____________.

drowsy driving


6 If you are stuck in a traffic jam and you can feel your anger rising, you are experiencing an emotional challenge called ________.

restriction


7 One major advantage of push/pull steering from the low-hand position is________. enhanced vehicle control because the arms stay close to the body and maintain a more stable

vertical body position


8 Most skids are caused by_________.

driver error


9 While you are passing on a two-lane road, _________.

identify a safe space to return


10 If you can see an emergency vehicle with flashing lights ahead, ______.

do not follow too closely


11 If you are involved in a collision and the vehicles are still operational, _______.

move them out of traffic


12 The majority of drivers involved in collisions are people who have a _____driving record.

good


13 Fatality related to motor vehicle traffic is the number one cause of accidental death and motor vehicle collisions are the leading cause of death for people ages _____.

3 to 33


14 If intervention is not working, instead of driving with the impaired driver, then______.

call a cab


15 Using an octane rated higher than your vehicle______.

does not increase power


16 If you take sedatives, you could experience____.

impaired reflexes


17 Over__________people were killed in 2005 in alcohol-related crashes.

16,000


18 If your vehicle begins to hydroplane, you should _____.

reduce your speed


19 In general, for males it takes the liver up to ________ to process approximately one drink.

1 hour


20 If you park off the shoulder after a breakdown, ________.

be mindful of tall dry grass


21 Aggressive driving can be defined as operating a vehicle in a manner that is likely to________.

endanger someone


22 When your rearview mirror is set to its night setting, it may hamper your ability to_________.

judge the distance of traffic behind you


23 Traffic engineers and lawmakers have designed our roads, laws and traffic controls to help drivers __________ what other road users are about to do.

anticipate and predict


24 Alcohol begins to affect you__________after it enters your body.

moments


25 After you start your vehicle, ensure that the ___________ are off.

warning lights


26 If an approaching driver refuses to switch his high beams to low, you should_____.

locate the white line marker and use it to guide you


27 Traction control systems__________the driver.

assist


28 Looking at the ground beside a moving vehicle helps you judge its__________.

speed


29 In the U.S., each year approximately _______people are injured and around 40,000 people are killed in traffic collisions.

3 MILLION


30 Never ________ on or near a railroad track.

stop


31 Text can be used with a diamond symbol to delineate__________.

reserved lanes


32 When approaching a railroad crossing, you must look_____.

both ways


33 Alcohol is quick to find its way to the brain because ______.

The brain contains more blood


34 One of the most important things you can do while driving is to concentrate on the__________of your passengers.

safety


35 If you see raindrops splashing on the surface of the road or if you are forced to drive through a puddle or standing water, __________.

avoid hard braking and overly aggressive steering


36 Among those killed, teenage drivers have the highest death rates per miles driven among all age groups, followed by elderly drivers and young ________.

adult males


37 _________is one of the top three factors associated with fatal crashes.

All of these answers are correct.


38 New pedestrian and school zone signs exist on the roadway to warn drivers of an approaching crosswalk. They are_______.

fluorescent yellow-green diamond-shaped


39 When you are tired your _________ shrinks.

peripheral vision


40 On a three or five lane roadway, when you have a broken yellow line on your side of the road,_________.

give the right-of-way to oncoming traffic


41 If you are a passenger and have your seat reclined with your safety belt on, in the event of a crash, ______.

your body could slide forward, increasing the chance of injury


42 Risk while driving is defined as the probability of _______, damage or loss.

injury


43 When being passed by a motorcycle,________.

stay in your lane


44 If you pack your vehicle full, you should_______.

reference your owner's manual for maximum load weight


45 When you enter traffic from a stopped position, always yield the right-of-way to_________.

All of the answers are correct.


46 Stay ______ when going through a curve.

on the right side of your lane


47 Slick or wet, low-traction surface conditions make it hard to control the speed and _______of your vehicle.

direction


48 Electronic highway message boards communicate______.

safety messages


49 There are usually _______ collisions in a motor vehicle crash.

three


50 Turn on your________ well in advance of your maneuver to turn or change lanes.

signal

Juliana-Mama said...

Exam Question Slick or wet, low-traction surface conditions make it hard to control the speed and _______of your vehicle.
Your Answer visibility
Correct Answer direction
Exam Question Traffic engineers use signals in combination with signs and markings to________.
Your Answer establish flow rates
Correct Answer divert traffic off of main roads
Exam Question When you decide to execute a maneuver, you will need a control zone of approximately__________seconds.
Your Answer 6 to 9
Correct Answer 12 to 15

Brad said...

Question: 1 Driving decisions depend on learned information, realistic perceptions and _____.
Correct: sound judgments

Question: 2 Do not exceed the speed limit or drive slower than the_______.
Incorrect: vehicle behind you

Question: 3 If you pack your vehicle full, you should_______.
Correct: reference your owner's manual for maximum load weight

Question: 4 While you are passing on a two-lane road, _________.
Correct: identify a safe space to return

Question: 5 If you are involved in a collision and the vehicles are still operational, _______.
Correct: move them out of traffic

Question: 6 If you are a passenger and have your seat reclined with your safety belt on, in the event of a crash, ______.
Correct: your body could slide forward, increasing the chance of injury

Question: 7 _________is one of the factors associated with fatal crashes.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.

Question: 8 Alcohol is quick to find its way to the brain because ______.
Correct: the brain contains more blood

Question: 9 The worst type of collision to be in is a __________.
Correct: head-on collision

Question: 10 Maintain a _________space margin ahead when following motorcycles, large trucks, school buses or trucks carrying flammable liquids.
Incorrect: 4-5 second

Question: 11 If you park off the shoulder after a breakdown, ________.
Correct: set out warning triangles

Question: 12 Light trucks have a high center of gravity which increases their susceptibility to_______.
Correct: roll over

Question: 13 Aggressive drivers__________two to four times more people than alcohol-impaired drivers.
Correct: injure

Question: 14 Alcohol begins to affect you__________after it enters your body.
Correct: moments

Question: 15 If you have a solid yellow line on your side of the road __________.
Correct: you cannot pass or cross over into the oncoming lane

Question: 16 If your vehicle begins to hydroplane, you should _____.
Correct: reduce your speed

Question: 17 If you determine your driving risks associated with physical, ________, or medical limitations are too high, consider alternative transportation choices.
Correct: mental

Question: 18 If you are inattentive on the road, you will__________.
Correct: not be prepared for the unexpected

Question: 19 One of the most important things you can do while driving is to concentrate on the__________of your passengers.
Correct: safety

Question: 20 If you see raindrops splashing on the surface of the road or if you are forced to drive through a puddle or standing water, __________.
Correct: avoid hard braking and overly aggressive steering

Question: 21 If you need to send a text message while driving, __________.
Correct: it is illegal to send text messages while driving

Question: 22 When traveling behind large trucks, _______ your following distance.
Correct: increase

Question: 23 One major advantage of push/pull steering from the low-hand position is________.
Correct: enhanced vehicle control because the arms stay close to the body and maintain a more stable vertical body position

Question: 24 When you fully depress a brake pedal of a vehicle with ABS, you will feel______.
Correct: a pulse

Question: 25 ___ hours awake = same effect as .07 blood alcohol concentration.
Correct: 18

Sunil said...

You Answered The Following Questions Incorrectly


Exam Question If you are over-driving your headlights and you see an object ahead, you will_____.
Your Answer be given the right-of-way from other vehicles
Correct Answer not be able to stop in time to miss the object
Exam Question Always __________ others who are already in the intersection.
Your Answer signal
Correct Answer yield to
Exam Question Maintain a _________space margin ahead when following motorcycles, large trucks, school buses or trucks carrying flammable liquids.
Your Answer 4-5 second
Correct Answer 5-8 second
Exam Question When traveling on rural roadways at higher speeds, remember you will______.
Your Answer have increased peripheral vision
Correct Answer need a longer stopping distance

Marcus said...

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Note: We have highlighted your correct answers in green, and your incorrect answers in red.


Question: 1 When you fully depress a brake pedal of a vehicle with ABS, you will feel______.
Correct: a pulse

Question: 2 Driving decisions depend on learned information, realistic perceptions and _____.
Correct: sound judgments

Question: 3 Cruise control should not be used__________.
Correct: in the rain

Question: 4 Stay on the right side of your lane when __________.
Correct: you are going through a curve

Question: 5 One major advantage of push/pull steering from the low-hand position is________.
Correct: enhanced vehicle control because the arms stay close to the body and maintain a more stable vertical body position

Question: 6 If you are involved in a collision and the vehicles are still operational, _______.
Correct: move them out of traffic

Question: 7 When traveling behind large trucks, _______ your following distance.
Correct: increase

Question: 8 Fatality related to motor vehicle traffic is the number one cause of accidental death and motor vehicle collisions are the leading cause of death for people ages _____.
Correct: 3 to 33

Question: 9 If you see brake lights in a traffic jam ahead, __________to warn them they will have to slow down soon by slightly tapping on your brakes.
Correct: signal to drivers behind

Question: 10 The best way to control events that occur outside of your vehicle is to_____.
Correct: plan your route

Question: 11 In general, for males it takes the liver up to ________ to process approximately one drink.
Correct: 1 hour

Question: 12 Maintain a _________space margin ahead when following motorcycles, large trucks, school buses or trucks carrying flammable liquids.
Correct: 5-8 second

Question: 13 When your rear-view mirror is set to its night setting, it may hamper your ability to_________.
Correct: judge the distance of traffic behind you

Question: 14 If you are over-driving your headlights and you see an object ahead, you will_____.
Correct: not be able to stop in time to miss the object

Question: 15 If you are alone in heavy expressway traffic at rush hour, use the _______ to avoid vehicles constantly entering and exiting in your path.
Correct: center lane

Question: 16 Aggressive driving can be defined as operating a vehicle in a manner that is likely to________.
Correct: endanger someone

Question: 17 Never ________ on or near a railroad track.
Correct: stop

Question: 18 Using an octane rated higher than your vehicle______.
Correct: does not increase power

Question: 19 Always __________ others who are already in the intersection.
Correct: yield to

Question: 20 Traffic laws are in place to________.
Correct: regulate the flow of traffic

Question: 21 Begin to assess your risk related to the three main elements of driving before getting behind the wheel; evaluate your own well-being, ___________, and your vehicle.
Correct: roadway conditions

Question: 22 When you enter traffic from a stopped position, always yield the right-of-way to_________.
Correct: All of the answers are correct.

Question: 23 Electronic highway message boards communicate______.
Correct: safety messages

Question: 24 When you decide to execute a maneuver, you will need a control zone of approximately__________seconds.
Correct: 12 to 15

Question: 25 If you see farm equipment ahead traveling the same road as you,_______.
Correct: exercise patience

D4NG3R said...

Here is a list of questions you missed on the Final Exam:
(Your answer is listed in Red, the Correct answer is listed in Green)

According to the text, why is it good to stay in the "eye of the storm"?

B. If you stay in the center of the lane you will be safer.


A vehicle that is stopped, parked, or left standing on a freeway (even if disabled) for more than ____ may be removed.

C. 2 days

When is it OK to use your horn?

E. All of the above.

A yellow painted curb means:

B. Means no parking is allowed at any time during business hours.


What is NOT described in the program as an attitude that kills?

E. A driver that is stressed.

Joe said...

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Swim Tether said...

Exam Question Using an octane rated higher than your vehicle______.

Correct Answer does not increase power

Exam Question If you have a choice of what you are going to hit in a crash, hit the object ____________.

Correct Answer that will transfer the least force

maria said...

Exam Question If you have to drive on a long trip, wearing your seatbelt prevents your _______ from tiring so quickly.
Your Answer brain
Correct Answer muscles

Exam Question When you enter traffic from a stopped position, always yield the right-of-way to_________.
Your Answer through traffic already in the intersection
Correct Answer All of the answers are correct.

Exam Question If you are driving an SUV or large vehicle, enter most entrance ramps__________.
Your Answer expecting gradual banked curves
Correct Answer at low speeds

Chuckles said...

Exam Question Do not exceed the speed limit or drive slower than the_______.
Your Answer vehicle in front of you
Correct Answer minimum speed limit
Exam Question Using an octane rated higher than your vehicle______.
Your Answer will burn your cylinder heads
Correct Answer does not increase power
Exam Question If you have to drive on a long trip, wearing your seatbelt prevents your _______ from tiring so quickly.
Your Answer brain
Correct Answer muscles

880 said...

Question: 1 Cruise control should not be used__________.
Correct: in the rain
Question: 2 Young children can sustain serious injuries from ______, which deploy even in a low speed crash.
Correct: air bags
Question: 3 Highway hypnosis is related to ____________.
Correct: drowsy driving
Question: 4 Risk while driving is defined as the probability of _______, damage or loss.
Correct: injury
Question: 5 If you are a passenger and have your seat reclined with your safety belt on, in the event of a crash, ______.
Correct: your body could slide forward, increasing the chance of injury
Question: 6 One of the most important things you can do while driving is to concentrate on the__________of your passengers.
Correct: safety
Question: 7 Alcohol is quick to find its way to the brain because ______.
Correct: the brain contains more blood
Question: 8 Which factor can affect an individual's BAC?
Correct: all of the above are correct
Question: 9 If you see brake lights in a traffic jam ahead, __________to warn them they will have to slow down soon by slightly tapping on your brakes.
Correct: signal to drivers behind
Question: 10 In general, for males it takes the liver up to ________ to process approximately one drink.
Correct: 1 hour
Question: 11 After you start your vehicle, ensure that the ___________ are off.
Correct: warning lights
Question: 12 Alcohol begins to affect you__________after it enters your body.
Correct: moments
Question: 13 Aggressive drivers__________two to four times more people than alcohol-impaired drivers.
Correct: injure
Question: 14 Using an octane rated higher than your vehicle______.
Correct: does not increase power
Question: 15 Among those killed, teenage drivers have the highest death rates per miles driven among all age groups, followed by elderly drivers and young ________.
Correct: adult males
Question: 16 When you are tired your _________ shrinks.
Correct: peripheral vision
Question: 17 If you need to send a text message while driving, __________.
Correct: it is illegal to send text messages while driving
Question: 18 If you are involved in a collision and the vehicles are still operational, _______.
Correct: move them out of traffic
Question: 19 Safety belts are designed_______.
Correct: with an emergency locking mechanism
Question: 20 If you can see an emergency vehicle with flashing lights ahead, ______.
Correct: do not follow too closely
Question: 21 While you are passing on a two-lane road, _________.
Correct: identify a safe space to return
Question: 22 Begin to assess your risk related to the three main elements of driving before getting behind the wheel; evaluate your own well-being, ___________, and your vehicle.
Correct: roadway conditions
Question: 23 If you have a choice of what you are going to hit in a crash, hit the object ____________.
Correct: that will transfer the least force
Question: 24 One major advantage of push/pull steering from the low-hand position is________.
Correct: enhanced vehicle control because the arms stay close to the body and maintain a more stable vertical body position
Question: 25 Driving decisions depend on learned information, realistic perceptions and _____.
Correct: sound judgments

Kanoe said...

Question: 1 If you see farm equipment ahead traveling the same road as you,_______.
Correct: exercise patience

Question: 2 When you decide to execute a maneuver, you will need a control zone of approximately__________seconds. Correct: 12 to 15

Question: 3 When you fully depress a brake pedal of a vehicle with ABS, you will feel______.
Correct: a pulse

Question: 4 Electronic highway message boards communicate______.
Correct: safety messages

Question: 5 One major advantage of push/pull steering from the low-hand position is________.
Correct: enhanced vehicle control because the arms stay close to the body and maintain a more stable vertical body position

Question: 6 When you enter traffic from a stopped position, always yield the right-of-way to_________.
Correct: All of the answers are correct.

Question: 7 Traffic laws are in place to________.
Correct: regulate the flow of traffic

Question: 8 If you are involved in a collision and the vehicles are still operational, _______.
Correct: move them out of traffic

Question: 9 When traveling behind large trucks, _______ your following distance.
Correct: increase

Question: 10 If you see brake lights in a traffic jam ahead, __________to warn them they will have to slow down soon by slightly tapping on your brakes.
Correct: signal to drivers behind

Question: 11 The best way to control events that occur outside of your vehicle is to_____.
Correct: plan your route

Question: 12 In general, for males it takes the liver up to ________ to process approximately one drink.
Correct: 1 hour

Question: 13 Never ________ on or near a railroad track.
Correct: stop

Question: 14 Aggressive driving can be defined as operating a vehicle in a manner that is likely to________.
Correct: endanger someone

Question: 15 If you are over-driving your headlights and you see an object ahead, you will_____.
Correct: not be able to stop in time to miss the object
Question: 16 If you are alone in heavy expressway traffic at rush hour, use the _______ to avoid vehicles constantly entering and exiting in your path.
Correct: center lane
Question: 17 When your rear-view mirror is set to its night setting, it may hamper your ability to_________.
Correct: judge the distance of traffic behind you

Question: 18 Maintain a _________space margin ahead when following motorcycles, large trucks, school buses or trucks carrying flammable liquids.
Correct: 5-8 second

Question: 19 Using an octane rated higher than your vehicle______.
Correct: does not increase power

Question: 20 Fatality related to motor vehicle traffic is the number one cause of accidental death and motor vehicle collisions are the leading cause of death for people ages _____.
Correct: 3 to 33

Question: 21 Always __________ others who are already in the intersection.
Correct: yield to

Question: 22 Begin to assess your risk related to the three main elements of driving before getting behind the wheel; evaluate your own well-being, ___________, and your vehicle.
Correct: roadway conditions

Question: 23 Stay on the right side of your lane when __________.
Correct: you are going through a curve

Question: 24 Cruise control should not be used__________.
Correct: in the rain

Question: 25 Driving decisions depend on learned information, realistic perceptions and _____.
Correct: sound judgments

nots said...

Question When another driver travels at erratic speeds, weaves in and out of lanes, and sits in unusual postures, these are indications that the driver___________.
Your Answer is distracted
Correct Answer is impaired

Nyclunatic005 said...

Thanks for this help I appreciate it a lot. No-one deserves to do this shit!!!!!!!!

pedro said...

Question: 1 By law, if you are involved in a collision, _________.
Correct: you are required to stop

Question: 2 Most skids are caused by_________.
Correct: driver error

Question: 3 If you have a choice of what you are going to hit in a crash, hit the object ____________.
Correct: that will transfer the least force

Question: 4 Always __________ others who are already in the intersection.
Correct: yield to

Question: 5 If you need to send a text message while driving, __________.
Correct: it is illegal to send text messages while driving

Question: 6 Alcohol is quick to find its way to the brain because ______.
Correct: the brain contains more blood

Question: 7 When backing up it is best to____.
Correct: check behind the car before getting in

Question: 8 A lack of__________is a major factor in traffic crashes.
Correct: risk awareness

Question: 9 Aggressive driving can be defined as operating a vehicle in a manner that is likely to________.
Correct: endanger someone

Question: 10 If you park off the shoulder after a breakdown, ________.
Correct: set out warning triangles

Question: 11 If an approaching driver refuses to switch his high beams to low, you should_____.
Correct: locate the white line marker and use it to guide you

Question: 12 Alcohol begins to affect you__________after it enters your body.
Correct: moments

Question: 13 If you are alone in heavy expressway traffic at rush hour, use the _______ to avoid vehicles constantly entering and exiting in your path.
Correct: center lane

Question: 14 If you are inattentive on the road, you will__________.
Correct: not be prepared for the unexpected

Question: 15 Which factor can affect an individual's BAC?
Correct: all of the above are correct

Question: 16 One of the most important things you can do while driving is to concentrate on the__________of your passengers.
Correct: safety

Question: 17 _________is one of the factors associated with fatal crashes.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.

Question: 18 When traveling behind large trucks, _______ your following distance.
Correct: increase

Question: 19 Safety belts are designed_______.
Correct: with an emergency locking mechanism

Question: 20 Traffic laws are in place to________.
Correct: regulate the flow of traffic

Question: 21 While you are passing on a two-lane road, _________.
Correct: identify a safe space to return

Question: 22 One drink equals__________ in the eyes of law enforcement.
Correct: 12 ounces of beer

Question: 23 If you have to drive on a long trip, wearing your seatbelt prevents your _______ from tiring so quickly.
Correct: muscles

Question: 24 Slick or wet, low-traction surface conditions make it hard to control the speed and _______of your vehicle.
Correct: direction

Question: 25 If you are the only one on the scene of the crash _________.
Correct: call 911

pedro said...
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Hector said...

You Answered The Following Questions Incorrectly


Exam Question If you see farm equipment ahead traveling the same road as you,_______.
Your Answer pass them on the right
Correct Answer exercise patience

Exam Question Safety belts are being designed_______.
Your Answer to buckle automatically
Correct Answer with pretension

Exam Question When another driver travels at erratic speeds, weaves in and out of lanes, and sits in unusual postures, these are indications that the driver___________.
Your Answer is lost
Correct Answer is impaired

Exam Question Do not exceed the speed limit or drive slower than the_______.
Your Answer vehicle behind you
Correct Answer minimum speed limit

Exam Question While you are passing on a two-lane road, _________.
Your Answer pass on the right if the shoulder is clear
Correct Answer identify a safe space to return

Exam Question Make sure that your pet_________.
Your Answer is prepared to spend at least six hours in the vehicle
Correct Answer cannot run loose in the vehicle

Exam Question Traffic engineers use signals in combination with signs and markings to________.
Your Answer establish flow rates
Correct Answer divert traffic off of main roads

Mir of the west said...

Question 1: A 12-ounce can of beer, a 5-ounce glass of wine and 1.5 ounces of 80-proof liquor __________.
Correct: all contain the same amount of alcohol


Question 2: If you are taking a prescribed drug and are going to drive, __________.
Correct: conduct an inventory of all drugs consumed and their side effects


Question 3: Someone dies in the United States every __________ minutes in an alcohol-related crash.
Correct: 31


Question 4: If you possess an alcoholic beverage that has been opened, has a broken seal, or has had some of the contents removed in the passenger compartment of the vehicle, __________.
Correct: you will be charged with a fine up to $500


Question 5: Due to synergism, if you take two depressants together, it may be the same as taking __________.
Correct: three


Question 6: Depending on your BAC, possible penalties for driving under the influence include:
Correct: license suspension, jail time, heavy fines, and ignition interlock on your vehicle


Question 7: About __________ in every ten Americans will be involved in an alcohol-related crash.
Incorrect: one


Question 8: Once in the brain, alcohol affects your __________.
Correct: reasoning, judgment, and concentration


Question 9: When you combine alcohol with some drugs, the results can be __________.
Correct: fatal


Question 10: Depressants affect the __________.
Correct: central nervous system

Chads and Cheese said...

20 If you are inattentive on the road, you will__________.
+not be prepared for the unexpected
rapidly drift into a microsleep
certainly lose control of the vehicle
attract the attention of a policeman

21 If you park off the shoulder after a breakdown, ________.
face your vehicle into oncoming traffic
turn your radio up so you will be noticed
turn your high beams on
+be mindful of tall dry grass

22 Text can be used with a diamond symbol to delineate__________.
closed passing lanes
+reserved lanes
single passenger lanes
motorcycle passing only

23 Traffic laws are in place to________.
demonstrate public authority
slow drivers down
speed up slower drivers
+regulate the flow of traffic

24 One drink equals__________ in the eyes of law enforcement.
10 ounces of beer
5 ounces of beer
+12 ounces of beer
6 ounces of beer

25 If your vehicle begins to hydroplane, you should _____.
pump your brakes
accelerate through it
treat it the opposite of a skid
+reduce your speed

26 Driving decisions depend on learned information, realistic perceptions and _____.
visual acuity
defensive instinct
+sound judgments
20/20 vision

27 When you are tired your _________ shrinks.
ability to discern color
near sightedness
iris
+peripheral vision

28 Highway hypnosis is related to ____________.
wet weather driving
driving in low visibility
physical illness
+drowsy driving

29 A lack of__________is a major factor in traffic crashes.
adequate cross check
situational control
long-distance clearing
+risk awareness

30 When your rear-view mirror is set to its night setting, it may hamper your ability to_________.
check objects to the right rear quarter
+judge the distance of traffic behind you
check your blind spots
recover from glare to the rear

31 Always __________ others who are already in the intersection.
honk at
signal
+yield to
accelerate past

32 Using an octane rated higher than your vehicle______.
gives it more power
is always recommended
+does not increase power
will burn your cylinder heads

33 When you fully depress a brake pedal of a vehicle with ABS, you will feel______.
a shock
a pinch
+a pulse
a pain

34 Aggressive driving can be defined as operating a vehicle in a manner that is likely to________.
+endanger someone
make the evening news
result in the issuance of a ticket
result in a traffic delay

35 When traveling behind large trucks, _______ your following distance.
don't worry about
+increase
disregard
None of the above is correct.

36 Aggressive drivers__________two to four times more people than alcohol-impaired drivers.
cut off
+injure
annoy
collide with

37 As a driver, you are legally obligated to _________ pedestrians.
recognize the limited peripheral view of
scan your mirrors for
be courteous to
+yield the right-of-way to

38 Make sure that your pet_________.
has room to move around in the vehicle
+cannot run loose in the vehicle
is prepared to spend at least six hours in the vehicle
has a window to look out

39 If you are stuck in a traffic jam and you can feel your anger rising, you are experiencing an emotional challenge called ________.
claustrophobia
+restriction
confusion
resentment

40 Among those killed, teenage drivers have the highest death rates per miles driven among all age groups, followed by elderly drivers and young ________.
+adult males
bicyclists
adult females
truckers

Chads and Cheese said...

1 ___ hours awake = same effect as .07 blood alcohol concentration.
20
19
17
+18

2 When being passed by a motorcycle,________.
change lanes quickly
+stay in your lane
brake quickly
speed up

3 Turn on your________ well in advance of your maneuver to turn or change lanes.
windshield wipers
restraint system
ABS system
+signal

4 The worst type of collision to be in is a __________.
side collision
+head-on collision
rear-end collision
right-rear collision

5 Alcohol is quick to find its way to the brain because ______.
the central aorta supplies it
+the brain contains more blood
of the brain's elevated location
the brain contains more oxygen

6 The best way to control events that occur outside of your vehicle is to_____.
never drive on a congested road
+plan your route
always have someone in the car with you to help you drive
drive only in the daylight

7 If you are driving an SUV or large vehicle, enter most entrance ramps__________.
expecting gradual banked curves
on the shoulder
+at low speeds
after merging

8 One of the most important things you can do while driving is to concentrate on the__________of your passengers.
+safety
food consumption
location
comfort

9 There are usually _______ collisions in a motor vehicle crash.
+three
six
four
five

10 If you pack your vehicle full, you should_______.
+reference your owner's manual for maximum load weight
ensure your weight distribution has a weak center of gravity
know the vehicle's aerodynamics
distribute items evenly, blocking the view through your rear-view mirror

11 If you have to drive on a long trip, wearing your seatbelt prevents your _______ from tiring so quickly.
neck
brain
fingers
+muscles

12 In general, for males it takes the liver up to ________ to process approximately one drink.
2 hours
+1 hour
3 hours
30 minutes

13 _________is one of the top three factors associated with fatal crashes.
Failure to maintain lane position
+All of these answers are correct.
Speeding
Driving under the influence

14 Combining two drugs can intensify the effects. This is called_______.
plagiarism
+synergism
unogism
prynergisim

15 Begin to assess your risk related to the three main elements of driving before getting behind the wheel; evaluate your own well-being, ___________, and your vehicle.
temperament
external distractions
+roadway conditions
impairment

16 Slick or wet, low-traction surface conditions make it hard to control the speed and _______of your vehicle.
visibility
crashworthiness
condition
+direction

17 Never ________ on or near a railroad track.
yield
accelerate
slow
+stop

18 Do not exceed the speed limit or drive slower than the_______.
+minimum speed limit
speed on the advance warning sign
vehicle in front of you
vehicle behind you

19 If intervention is not working, instead of driving with the impaired driver, you should______.
+call a cab
knock the driver out
wear a safety belt
disable the car

20 If you are inattentive on the road, you will__________.
+not be prepared for the unexpected
rapidly drift into a microsleep
certainly lose control of the vehicle
attract the attention of a policeman

starwolf305 said...

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starwolf305 said...

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emi said...

thank you so very much everyone!

bullseye said...

Question 1: Law enforcement officials refer to the amount of alcohol in your bloodstream as __________.
Correct: blood alcohol concentration (BAC)


Question 2: Stimulants can generate a __________.
Correct: false sense of well being


Question 3: The effects of alcohol are __________.
Correct: unpredictable


Question 4: A 12-ounce can of beer, a 5-ounce glass of wine and 1.5 ounces of 80-proof liquor __________.
Correct: all contain the same amount of alcohol


Question 5: Someone dies in the United States every __________ minutes in an alcohol-related crash.
Correct: 31


Question 6: Due to synergism, if you take two depressants together, it may be the same as taking __________.
Correct: three


Question 7: Most state vehicle codes state that you shall not drive after taking a substance that __________.
Correct: alters the central nervous system


Question 8: Men's bodies contain more __________ than women so they can consume slightly more alcohol to reach the same BAC.
Correct: water


Question 9: When you combine alcohol with some drugs, the results can be __________.
Correct: fatal


Question 10: Depressants affect the __________.
Correct: central nervous system

Lauren said...

thank you so much

@MzAurey said...

can you repost the questions and correct answers now that you have the corrections please

schan said...

Question: 1 When you fully depress a brake pedal of a vehicle with ABS, you will feel______.
Correct: a pulse

Question: 2 Driving decisions depend on learned information, realistic perceptions and _____.
Correct: sound judgments

Question: 3 Cruise control should not be used__________.
Correct: in the rain

Question: 4 When another driver travels at erratic speeds, weaves in and out of lanes, and sits in unusual postures, these are indications that the driver___________.
Correct: is impaired

Question: 5 Begin to assess your risk related to the three main elements of driving before getting behind the wheel; evaluate your own well-being, ___________, and your vehicle.
Correct: roadway conditions

Question: 6 When traveling behind large trucks, _______ your following distance.
Correct: increase

Question: 7 One of the most important things you can do while driving is to concentrate on the__________of your passengers.
Correct: safety

Question: 8 In general, for males it takes the liver up to ________ to process approximately one drink.
Correct: 1 hour

Question: 9 The complex, integrated system made up of roadways, vehicles, and drivers is called the __________.
Correct: Highway Transportation System

Question: 10 Traffic engineers and lawmakers have designed our roads, laws and traffic controls to help drivers __________ what other road users are about to do.
Correct: anticipate and predict

Question: 11 Aggressive drivers__________two to four times more people than alcohol-impaired drivers.
Correct: injure

Question: 12 If you are over-driving your headlights and you see an object ahead, you will_____.
Correct: not be able to stop in time to miss the object

Question: 13 When your rear-view mirror is set to its night setting, it may hamper your ability to_________.
Correct: judge the distance of traffic behind you

Question: 14 When backing up it is best to____.
Correct: check behind the car before getting in

Question: 15 Which factor can affect an individual's BAC?
Correct: all of the above are correct

Question: 16 If you take sedatives, you could experience____.
Correct: impaired reflexes

Question: 17 If intervention is not working, instead of driving with the impaired driver, you should______.
Correct: call a cab

Question: 18 The majority of drivers involved in collisions are people who have a _____driving record.
Correct: good

Question: 19 A _____________painted on your lane at an intersection indicates the best place to stop your vehicle.
Correct: broad white stop bar

Question: 20 Risk while driving is defined as the probability of _______, damage or loss.
Correct: injury

Question: 21 While you are passing on a two-lane road, _________.
Correct: identify a safe space to return

Question: 22 If you are driving an SUV or large vehicle, enter most entrance ramps__________.
Correct: at low speeds

Question: 23 Stay on the right side of your lane when __________.
Correct: you are going through a curve

Question: 24 Highway hypnosis is related to ____________.
Correct: drowsy driving

Question: 25 Young children can sustain serious injuries from ______, which deploy even in a low speed crash.
Correct: air bags

marisol said...

When traveling on rural roadways at higher speeds, remember you will

Андрей'OK said...

You guys are awsome! 96% scores.

candida29 said...

Since this helped me pass my final, here are the results of my test, as there were a few different questions on mine then here (FYI, I got one wrong but passed with 96%):

Question: 1 ___ hours awake = same effect as .07 blood alcohol concentration.
Correct: 18

Question: 2 One major advantage of push/pull steering from the low-hand position is________.
Correct: enhanced vehicle control because the arms stay close to the body and maintain a more stable vertical body position

Question: 3 When you enter traffic from a stopped position, always yield the right-of-way to_________.
Correct: All of the answers are correct.

Question: 4 One drink equals__________ in the eyes of law enforcement.
Correct: 12 ounces of beer

Question: 5 If you see raindrops splashing on the surface of the road or if you are forced to drive through a puddle or standing water, __________.
Correct: avoid hard braking and overly aggressive steering

Question: 6 Using an octane rated higher than your vehicle______.
Correct: does not increase power

Question: 7 If you take sedatives, you could experience____.
Correct: impaired reflexes

Question: 8 Which factor can affect an individual's BAC?
Correct: all of the above are correct

Question: 9 Maintain a _________space margin ahead when following motorcycles, large trucks, school buses or trucks carrying flammable liquids.
Correct: 5-8 second

Question: 10 When your rear-view mirror is set to its night setting, it may hamper your ability to_________.
Correct: judge the distance of traffic behind you

Question: 11 If you are over-driving your headlights and you see an object ahead, you will_____.
Incorrect: be able to stop, but may graze the object

Question: 12 Traction control systems__________the driver.
Correct: assist

Question: 13 Looking at the ground beside a moving vehicle helps you judge its__________.
Correct: speed

Question: 14 Light trucks have a high center of gravity which increases their susceptibility to_______.
Correct: roll over

Question: 15 Alcohol is quick to find its way to the brain because ______.
Correct: the brain contains more blood

Question: 16 Combining two drugs can intensify the effects. This is called_______.
Correct: synergism

Question: 17 If you need to send a text message while driving, __________.
Correct: it is illegal to send text messages while driving

Question: 18 Always __________ others who are already in the intersection.
Correct: yield to

Question: 19 A _____________painted on your lane at an intersection indicates the best place to stop your vehicle.
Correct: broad white stop bar

Question: 20 If you are involved in a collision and the vehicles are still operational, _______.
Correct: move them out of traffic

Question: 21 If you have a choice of what you are going to hit in a crash, hit the object ____________.
Correct: that will transfer the least force

Question: 22 Young children can sustain serious injuries from ______, which deploy even in a low speed crash.
Correct: air bags

Question: 23 Electronic highway message boards communicate______.
Correct: safety messages

Question: 24 If you are the only one on the scene of the crash _________.
Correct: call 911

Question: 25 Turn on your________ well in advance of your maneuver to turn or change lanes.
Correct: signal

100% said...

Final Exam




This Final Exam consists of 25 questions.



1 If you are stuck in a traffic jam and you can feel your anger rising, you are experiencing an emotional challenge called ________.

restriction

2 Young children can sustain serious injuries from ______, which deploy even in a low speed crash.

air bags


3 If an approaching driver refuses to switch his high beams to low, you should_____.

locate the white line marker and use it to guide you

4 As a driver, you are legally obligated to _________ pedestrians.

yield the right-of-way to


5 Inattention is a general lack of__________the task of driving.

focus on

6 Always __________ others who are already in the intersection.
yield to


7 One of the most important things you can do while driving is to concentrate on the__________of your passengers.
safety

8 People who are blind often use a white cane that may or may not have a red tip.
TRUE


9 In general, for males it takes the liver up to ________ to process approximately one drink.
1 hour


10 When another driver travels at erratic speeds, weaves in and out of lanes, and sits in unusual postures, these are indications that the driver___________.

is impaired

11 Side effects of legal drugs that can impair your driving include _________.
slowed reaction time

12 Light trucks have a high center of gravity which increases their susceptibility to_______.

roll over


13 Text can be used with a diamond symbol to delineate__________.

reserved lanes


14 The majority of drivers involved in collisions are people who have a _____driving record.
good

15 If you take sedatives, you could experience____.
impaired reflexes


16 Traffic engineers use signals in combination with signs and markings to________.
divert traffic off of main roads


17 Over__________people were killed in 2005 in alcohol-related crashes.
16,000


18 Traction control systems__________the driver.
assist

19 When you decide to execute a maneuver, you will need a control zone of approximately__________seconds.
12 to 15


20 A lack of__________is a major factor in traffic crashes.
risk awareness


21 Alcohol is quick to find its way to the brain because ______.

the brain contains more blood

22 If you need to have a conversation on a cell phone while driving, you should:
Pull over and use the phone only when you are parked in a safe and secure location


23 If you have a choice of what you are going to hit in a crash, hit the object ____________.

that will transfer the least force

24 Stay ______ when going through a curve.
on the right side of your lane


25 When being passed by a motorcycle,________.
brake quickly

EDI Academy said...

Note: We have highlighted your correct answers in green, and your incorrect answers in red.


Question: 1 Young children can sustain serious injuries from ______, which deploy even in a low speed crash.
Correct: air bags

Question: 2 One major advantage of push/pull steering from the low-hand position is________.
Correct: enhanced vehicle control because the arms stay close to the body and maintain a more stable vertical body position

Question: 3 When you enter traffic from a stopped position, always yield the right-of-way to_________.
Correct: All of the answers are correct.

Question: 4 One drink equals__________ in the eyes of law enforcement.
Correct: 12 ounces of beer

Question: 5 Safety belts are designed_______.
Correct: with an emergency locking mechanism

Question: 6 New pedestrian and school zone signs exist on the roadway to warn drivers of an approaching crosswalk. They are_______.
Incorrect: fluorescent neon blue and oblong-shaped

Question: 7 One of the most important things you can do while driving is to concentrate on the__________of your passengers.
Correct: safety

Question: 8 If you take sedatives, you could experience____.
Correct: impaired reflexes

Question: 9 Which factor can affect an individual's BAC?
Correct: all of the above are correct

Question: 10 A lack of__________is a major factor in traffic crashes.
Correct: risk awareness

Question: 11 If you have a solid yellow line on your side of the road __________.
Correct: you cannot pass or cross over into the oncoming lane

Question: 12 Aggressive drivers__________two to four times more people than alcohol-impaired drivers.
Correct: injure

Question: 13 Looking at the ground beside a moving vehicle helps you judge its__________.
Correct: speed

Question: 14 Alcohol begins to affect you__________after it enters your body.
Correct: moments

Question: 15 In general, for males it takes the liver up to ________ to process approximately one drink.
Correct: 1 hour

Question: 16 Side effects of legal drugs that can impair your driving include _________.
Correct: slowed reaction time

Question: 17 Inattention is a general lack of__________the task of driving.
Correct: focus on

Question: 18 Among those killed, teenage drivers have the highest death rates per miles driven among all age groups, followed by elderly drivers and young ________.
Correct: adult males

Question: 19 If intervention is not working, instead of driving with the impaired driver, you should______.
Correct: call a cab

Question: 20 When you are tired your _________ shrinks.
Correct: peripheral vision

Question: 21 A _____________painted on your lane at an intersection indicates the best place to stop your vehicle.
Correct: broad white stop bar

Question: 22 If you are stuck in a traffic jam and you can feel your anger rising, you are experiencing a challenge called ________.
Correct: restriction

Question: 23 Highway hypnosis is related to ____________.
Correct: drowsy driving

Question: 24 Slick or wet, low-traction surface conditions make it hard to control the speed and _______of your vehicle.
Correct: direction

Question: 25 By law, if you are involved in a collision, _________.
Correct: you are required to stop

Thomas Wolfe said...

Exam Question When you are tired your _________ shrinks.
Your Answer iris
Correct Answer peripheral vision

Exam Question If you have to drive on a long trip, wearing your seatbelt prevents your _______ from tiring so quickly.
Your Answer feet
Correct Answer muscles

Exam Question Never ________ on or near a railroad track.
Your Answer accelerate
Correct Answer stop

Exam Question If intervention is not working, instead of driving with the impaired driver, you should______.
Your Answer wear a safety belt
Correct Answer call a cab

Ry said...

13 Fatality related to motor vehicle traffic is the number one cause of accidental death and motor vehicle collisions are the leading cause of death for people ages _____.

3 to 33

Is: 2 to 33
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Ry said...

13 Fatality related to motor vehicle traffic is the number one cause of accidental death and motor vehicle collisions are the leading cause of death for people ages _____.

3 to 33

Answer: 2 to 33

John said...

Question: 3 If you are stuck in a traffic jam and you can feel your anger rising, you are experiencing a challenge called ________.

Correct: restriction

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Unknown said...

If you see farm equipment ahead traveling the same road as you,_______.

Correct Answer exercise patience

New pedestrian and school zone signs exist on the roadway to warn drivers of an approaching crosswalk. They are_______.

Correct Answer fluorescent yellow-green diamond-shaped

ZepherX said...

YOU SCORED: 100% on your Final Exam



IMPORTANT: Please complete the remaining REQUIRED pages




Note: We have highlighted your correct answers in green, and your incorrect answers in red.

Question: 1 Slick or wet, low-traction surface conditions make it hard to control the speed and _______of your vehicle.
Correct: direction

Question: 2 Most skids are caused by_________.
Correct: driver error

Question: 3 If you have to drive on a long trip, wearing your seatbelt prevents your _______ from tiring so quickly.
Correct: muscles

Question: 4 If you are involved in a collision and the vehicles are still operational, _______.
Correct: move them out of traffic

Question: 5 If you see raindrops splashing on the surface of the road or if you are forced to drive through a puddle or standing water, __________.
Correct: avoid hard braking and overly aggressive steering

Question: 6 When backing up it is best to____.
Correct: check behind the car before getting in

Question: 7 The best way to control events that occur outside of your vehicle is to_____.
Correct: plan your route

Question: 8 Never ________ on or near a railroad track.
Correct: stop

Question: 9 Alcohol begins to affect you__________after it enters your body.
Correct: moments

Question: 10 Traffic engineers and lawmakers have designed our roads, laws and traffic controls to help drivers __________ what other road users are about to do.
Correct: anticipate and predict

Question: 11 The complex, integrated system made up of roadways, vehicles, and drivers is called the __________.
Correct: Highway Transportation System

Question: 12 When your rear-view mirror is set to its night setting, it may hamper your ability to_________.
Correct: judge the distance of traffic behind you

Question: 13 If your vehicle begins to hydroplane, you should _____.
Correct: reduce your speed

Question: 14 If you determine your driving risks associated with physical, ________, or medical limitations are too high, consider alternative transportation choices.
Correct: mental

Question: 15 As a driver, you are legally obligated to _________ pedestrians.
Correct: yield the right-of-way to

Question: 16 Alcohol is quick to find its way to the brain because ______.
Correct: the brain contains more blood

Question: 17 If you take sedatives, you could experience____.
Correct: impaired reflexes

Question: 18 When you are tired your _________ shrinks.
Correct: peripheral vision

Question: 19 When another driver travels at erratic speeds, weaves in and out of lanes, and sits in unusual postures, these are indications that the driver___________.
Correct: is impaired

Question: 20 Traffic engineers use signals in combination with signs and markings to________.
Correct: control and manage busy streets

Question: 21 Make sure that your pet_________.
Correct: cannot run loose in the vehicle

Question: 22 One major advantage of push/pull steering from the low-hand position is________.
Correct: enhanced vehicle control because the arms stay close to the body and maintain a more stable vertical body position

Question: 23 If you are stuck in a traffic jam and you can feel your anger rising, you are experiencing a challenge called ________.
Correct: restriction

Question: 24 If you see farm equipment ahead traveling the same road as you,_______.
Correct: exercise patience

Question: 25 When you decide to execute a maneuver, you will need a control zone of approximately__________seconds.
Correct: 12 to 15

Kelli Mays said...

CHAPTER LEVEL QUIZ RESULTS



You have answered 9 question(s) correctly.

Click the "Continue" button below to view material related to your incorrect responses.


Congratulations! You have achieved a passing score on this quiz. Please click the "Continue" button to proceed to the next unit.

Note: We have highlighted your correct answers in green, and your incorrect answers in red.

Question 1: __________ insurance coverage provides protection for damage to persons or property.
Correct: Liability


Question 2: __________ associated with traffic-related crashes is one of our largest societal problems.
Correct: Injury and death


Question 3: About one out of every ten drivers __________.
Correct: is involved in a crash each year


Question 4: Your driving environment changes each time you get behind the wheel - weather, road conditions, your vehicle and other drivers are __________.
Correct: unpredictable


Question 5: Because the actions of other road users are __________, you can lower your risk if you adequately communicate to those around you. Always signal your intention to change lanes or turn.
Incorrect: predictable


Question 6: You should never drive __________, you should avoid sudden steering and braking, and you should always signal your intention to turn or change lanes.
Correct: where you cannot see


Question 7: Nearly 1.5 million people are injured and over 30,000 people are killed in traffic collisions __________.
Correct: each year


Question 8: Roads that function as expressways and divided highways have high speeds and greater risk of __________ crashes.
Correct: high-impact


Question 9: __________, the roadway, and your vehicle are all categories associated with risk that you should assess before driving.
Correct: The driver


Question 10: Your license may be suspended or revoked for __________.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.




Kelli Mays said...

CHAPTER LEVEL QUIZ RESULTS



You have answered 9 question(s) correctly.

Click the "Continue" button below to view material related to your incorrect responses.


Congratulations! You have achieved a passing score on this quiz. Please click the "Continue" button to proceed to the next unit.

Note: We have highlighted your correct answers in green, and your incorrect answers in red.

Question 1: __________ insurance coverage provides protection for damage to persons or property.
Correct: Liability


Question 2: __________ associated with traffic-related crashes is one of our largest societal problems.
Correct: Injury and death


Question 3: About one out of every ten drivers __________.
Correct: is involved in a crash each year


Question 4: Your driving environment changes each time you get behind the wheel - weather, road conditions, your vehicle and other drivers are __________.
Correct: unpredictable


Question 5: Because the actions of other road users are __________, you can lower your risk if you adequately communicate to those around you. Always signal your intention to change lanes or turn.
Incorrect: predictable


Question 6: You should never drive __________, you should avoid sudden steering and braking, and you should always signal your intention to turn or change lanes.
Correct: where you cannot see


Question 7: Nearly 1.5 million people are injured and over 30,000 people are killed in traffic collisions __________.
Correct: each year


Question 8: Roads that function as expressways and divided highways have high speeds and greater risk of __________ crashes.
Correct: high-impact


Question 9: __________, the roadway, and your vehicle are all categories associated with risk that you should assess before driving.
Correct: The driver


Question 10: Your license may be suspended or revoked for __________.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.




Kelli Mays said...

CHAPTER LEVEL QUIZ RESULTS



You have answered 10 question(s) correctly.


Congratulations! You have achieved a passing score on this quiz. Please click the "Continue" button to proceed to the next unit.

Note: We have highlighted your correct answers in green, and your incorrect answers in red.

Question 1: Scanning low allows you to locate __________ before you hit them.
Correct: potholes


Question 2: If a driver ahead of another car stops suddenly and the car behind hits them, it is the "fault" of __________.
Correct: the driver behind


Question 3: Enter a curve SLOWER than the posted speed __________.
Correct: if road conditions are bad and/or you are entering a blind curve


Question 4: A __________ headlight lens can cut the amount of light it emits by 90%.
Correct: dirty


Question 5: Before you enter an intersection, look to the __________ first.
Correct: left


Question 6: Lower headlight beams must be used when __________.
Correct: it is approaching dusk or when you approach another vehicle


Question 7: When you are exiting a parking spot, __________ has the right-of-way.
Correct: any vehicle that is already in the lane


Question 8: The speed posted on a sign that warns you of a curve ahead __________.
Correct: is the safe speed to travel in ideal conditions


Question 9: Position yourself with a clear line-of-sight so you can search the traffic environment about __________ seconds ahead.
Correct: 30


Question 10: Rear-end crashes are the most common type of collisions because __________.
Correct: most drivers follow too closely behind the vehicle ahead of them





Zered Linares said...

Thank you every one for taking your time to post everything here, It was veeery helpful. Im so happy you guys made it so easy, after i took the test twice! i just super grateful I found this website!!

Vin Sam said...

Note: We have highlighted your correct answers in green, and your incorrect answers in red.

Question: 1 If you are the only one on the scene of the crash _________.
Correct: call 911

Question: 2 Most skids are caused by_________.
Correct: driver error

Question: 3 When being passed by a motorcycle,________.
Correct: stay in your lane

Question: 4 If you have a choice of what you are going to hit in a crash, hit the object ____________.
Correct: that will transfer the least force

Question: 5 Safety belts are designed_______.
Correct: with an emergency locking mechanism

Question: 6 When traveling behind large trucks, _______ your following distance.
Correct: increase

Question: 7 When you are tired your _________ shrinks.
Correct: peripheral vision

Question: 8 _________is one of the factors associated with fatal crashes.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.

Question: 9 One of the most important things you can do while driving is to concentrate on the__________of your passengers.
Correct: safety

Question: 10 Combining two drugs can intensify the effects. This is called_______.
Correct: synergism

Question: 11 Maintain a _________space margin ahead when following motorcycles, large trucks, school buses or trucks carrying flammable liquids.
Correct: 5-8 second

Question: 12 If you park off the shoulder after a breakdown, ________.
Correct: set out warning triangles

Question: 13 Aggressive driving can be defined as operating a vehicle in a manner that is likely to________.
Correct: endanger someone

Question: 14 If you are over-driving your headlights and you see an object ahead, you will_____.
Correct: not be able to stop in time to miss the object

Question: 15 If you are alone in heavy expressway traffic at rush hour, use the _______ to avoid vehicles constantly entering and exiting in your path.
Correct: center lane

Question: 16 Alcohol begins to affect you__________after it enters your body.
Correct: moments

Question: 17 Aggressive drivers__________two to four times more people than alcohol-impaired drivers.
Correct: injure

Question: 18 If your vehicle begins to hydroplane, you should _____.
Correct: reduce your speed

Question: 19 A lack of__________is a major factor in traffic crashes.
Correct: risk awareness

Question: 20 If you can see an emergency vehicle with flashing lights ahead, ______.
Correct: do not follow too closely

Question: 21 Begin to assess your risk related to the three main elements of driving before getting behind the wheel; evaluate your own well-being, ___________, and your vehicle.
Correct: roadway conditions

Question: 22 When traveling on rural roadways at higher speeds, remember you will______.
Correct: need a longer stopping distance

Question: 23 Highway hypnosis is related to ____________.
Correct: drowsy driving

Question: 24 Young children can sustain serious injuries from ______, which deploy even in a low speed crash.
Correct: air bags

Question: 25 ___ hours awake = same effect as .07 blood alcohol concentration.
Correct: 18

Robert Gary said...

Question: 1 ___ hours awake = same effect as .07 blood alcohol concentration.
Correct: 18

Question: 2 Cruise control should not be used__________.
Correct: in the rain

Question: 3 Do not exceed the speed limit or drive slower than the_______.
Correct: minimum speed limit

Question: 4 When you enter traffic from a stopped position, always yield the right-of-way to_________.
Correct: All of the answers are correct.

Question: 5 If you have to drive on a long trip, wearing your seatbelt prevents your _______ from tiring so quickly.
Correct: muscles

Question: 6 Begin to assess your risk related to the three main elements of driving before getting behind the wheel; evaluate your own well-being, ___________, and your vehicle.
Correct: roadway conditions

Question: 7 If you are a passenger and have your seat reclined with your safety belt on, in the event of a crash, ______.
Correct: your body could slide forward, increasing the chance of injury

Question: 8 If you are inattentive on the road, you will__________.
Correct: not be prepared for the unexpected

Question: 9 Which factor can affect an individual's BAC?
Correct: all of the above are correct

Question: 10 Aggressive driving can be defined as operating a vehicle in a manner that is likely to________.
Correct: endanger someone

Question: 11 The complex, integrated system made up of roadways, vehicles, and drivers is called the __________.
Correct: Highway Transportation System

Question: 12 If you are over-driving your headlights and you see an object ahead, you will_____.
Correct: not be able to stop in time to miss the object

Question: 13 Alcohol begins to affect you__________after it enters your body.
Correct: moments

Question: 14 If you are alone in heavy expressway traffic at rush hour, use the _______ to avoid vehicles constantly entering and exiting in your path.
Correct: center lane

Question: 15 When your rear-view mirror is set to its night setting, it may hamper your ability to_________.
Correct: judge the distance of traffic behind you

Question: 16 If you park off the shoulder after a breakdown, ________.
Correct: set out warning triangles

Question: 17 The best way to control events that occur outside of your vehicle is to_____.
Correct: plan your route

Question: 18 If you determine your driving risks associated with physical, ________, or medical limitations are too high, consider alternative transportation choices.
Correct: mental

Question: 19 If intervention is not working, instead of driving with the impaired driver, you should______.
Correct: call a cab

Question: 20 Traffic laws are in place to________.
Correct: regulate the flow of traffic

Question: 21 If you are stuck in a traffic jam and you can feel your anger rising, you are experiencing a challenge called ________.
Correct: restriction

Question: 22 Stay on the right side of your lane when __________.
Correct: you are going through a curve

Question: 23 Young children can sustain serious injuries from ______, which deploy even in a low speed crash.
Correct: air bags

Question: 24 Driving decisions depend on learned information, realistic perceptions and _____.
Correct: sound judgments

Question: 25 If you see farm equipment ahead traveling the same road as you,_______.
Correct: exercise patience

Stephanie Adams said...

You have answered 10 question(s) correctly.


Congratulations! You have achieved a passing score on this quiz. Please click the "Continue" button to proceed to the next unit.

Note: We have highlighted your correct answers in green, and your incorrect answers in red.

Question 1: Slowing down or "rolling through" a stop sign is __________.
Correct: against the law


Question 2: To help manage risk, it is essential that you __________ that can increase levels of risk.
Correct: remain alert to conditions or objects


Question 3: Traveling faster than the speed limit increases both the risk and the __________ of a crash.
Correct: severity


Question 4: Driving is a __________ society has entrusted to us when we are issued a license.
Correct: privilege


Question 5: Nearly 1.5 million people are injured and over 30,000 people are killed in traffic collisions __________.
Correct: each year


Question 6: You should never drive __________, you should avoid sudden steering and braking, and you should always signal your intention to turn or change lanes.
Correct: where you cannot see


Question 7: is the temporary removal of your driving privilege.
Correct: Suspension


Question 8: __________, the roadway, and your vehicle are all categories associated with risk that you should assess before driving.
Correct: The driver


Question 9: Adjust your vehicle's __________ to help prevent a dangerous event from occurring or to minimize the consequences of an unavoidable crash.
Correct: position or speed


Question 10: Your license may be suspended or revoked for __________.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.

Stephanie Adams said...



You have answered 9 question(s) correctly.

Click the "Continue" button below to view material related to your incorrect responses.


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Note: We have highlighted your correct answers in green, and your incorrect answers in red.

Question 1: Scanning low allows you to locate __________ before you hit them.
Correct: potholes


Question 2: When you adjust the driver's side mirror, you want to be able to see __________.
Correct: the rearmost left corner of the vehicle


Question 3: If you drive a SUV or RV, you need to be worried about vertical clearance when driving __________.
Correct: in parking garages


Question 4: Enter a curve SLOWER than the posted speed __________.
Correct: if road conditions are bad and/or you are entering a blind curve


Question 5: Your natural tendency will be to concentrate on what is going on ahead of you, so you need to remember to check your mirrors __________.
Correct: regularly


Question 6: A __________ headlight lens can cut the amount of light it emits by 90%.
Correct: dirty


Question 7: Before you enter an intersection, look to the __________ first.
Correct: left


Question 8: The speed posted on a sign that warns you of a curve ahead __________.
Correct: is the safe speed to travel in ideal conditions


Question 9: Determine a safe speed to travel based on __________.
Correct: road conditions, traffic density, and how far you can see ahead


Question 10: Increase the distance between you and the car ahead of you to more than 3 seconds when __________.
Incorrect: your line-of-sight is greater than 30 seconds ahead

Stephanie Adams said...

You have answered 10 question(s) correctly.


Congratulations! You have achieved a passing score on this quiz. Please click the "Continue" button to proceed to the next unit.

Note: We have highlighted your correct answers in green, and your incorrect answers in red.

Question 1: Law enforcement officials refer to the amount of alcohol in your bloodstream as __________.
Correct: blood alcohol concentration (BAC)


Question 2: Someone dies in the United States every __________ minutes in an alcohol-related crash.
Correct: 31


Question 3: If you possess an alcoholic beverage that has been opened, has a broken seal, or has had some of the contents removed in the passenger compartment of the vehicle, __________.
Correct: you will be charged with a fine up to $500


Question 4: Any DWI where your BAC is at least .08 becomes a Second Degree felony (up to 10 years in prison, and a fine up to $10,000) if __________.
Correct: any fatality that is caused due to your actions


Question 5: Depending on your BAC, possible penalties for driving under the influence include:
Correct: license suspension, jail time, heavy fines, and ignition interlock on your vehicle


Question 6: Drinking to have fun is called __________.
Correct: recreational drinking


Question 7: Most state vehicle codes state that you shall not drive after taking a substance that __________.
Correct: alters the central nervous system


Question 8: Men's bodies contain more __________ than women so they can consume slightly more alcohol to reach the same BAC.
Correct: water


Question 9: If you refuse to take a breath or blood test when directed to do so by a police officer,__________.
Correct: your license may be suspended for up to one year


Question 10: Depressants affect the __________.
Correct: central nervous system

Srikanth Goduru said...

Evaluate weather conditions, the condition of your vehicle and other risk factors, including_________, every time you drive.
correct: your own wellbeing

Srikanth Goduru said...

Conduct a mental list related to the condition of each driving element. If your list has unfavorable factors in one or more categories, your _______________.
Correct: crash probability is at an elevated level

Srikanth Goduru said...

Question 6: Determine the stopping distance by these factors: __________.
Correct: perception distance, reaction distance, and braking distance


Question 7: High speed increases the risk of collision because of ALL of these things EXCEPT:
Correct: visibility is increased
Question 9: The speed posted on a sign that warns you of a curve ahead,________.
Correct: is the safe speed to travel in ideal conditions


Question 10: Upon approaching a railroad crossing with the gateslowered, you must stop no less than ______ from the tracks.
Correct: 15 feet

Question 1: Determine a safe speed to travel based on ____________.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.


Question 2: Speed __________.
Correct: increases the distance required to stop


Question 3: In California, what is the speed limit near schools and senior centers?
Correct: 25 mph

Srikanth Goduru said...


Question 1: Our natural tendency is to concentrate on what is going on ahead of where we are going, so you need to check your mirrors__________.
Correct: whenever you change speed or position


Question 2: In California, what is the speed limit near schools and senior centers?
Correct: 25 mph


Question 3: A __________ headlight lens can cut the amount of light it emits by 90%.
Correct: dirty


Question 4: When traveling at night with the high beams on, how far behind a vehicle must you be before you have to switch back to the low beams?
Correct: 300 feet


Question 5: If you drive an SUV or RV, you need to be worried about clearance when driving __________.
Correct: in parking garages


Question 6: When exiting a parking spot, ____________ has the right-of-way.
Correct: the vehicle that is already in the lane


Question 7: When a right turn on red is permitted, you must still __________.
Correct: yield to pedestrians in the crosswalk


Question 8: High speed increases the risk of collision because of ALL of these things EXCEPT:
Correct: visibility is increased


Question 9: Scanning low allows you to locate__________before you hit them.
Correct: potholes


Question 10: Enter a curve SLOWER than the posted speed if ________.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.



Srikanth Goduru said...


Question 1: Drinking to have fun is called __________.
Correct: recreational drinking


Question 2: Stimulants can generate a__________.
Correct: false sense of well-being


Question 3: All drugs issued under a prescription_______.
Correct: have warning labels


Question 4: If you notice someone driving erratically behind you, you should __________.
Correct: let him or her pass you and position your vehicle with plenty of space behind the bad driver


Question 5: Due to synergism, if you take two depressants together, it may be the same as taking_________.
Correct: 3


Question 6: Depressants affect the__________.
Correct: central nervous system


Question 7: Alcohol is metabolized by the_________.
Correct: liver


Question 8: Cold medicines can_______.
Correct: have side effects that slow ability to think and react quickly


Question 9: In California, the fine for a DUI can range from $390 to _________ (plus penalty assessments).
Correct: $1,000


Question 10: The effects of alcohol are________.
Correct: unpredictable



John said...

Question 1: In California, what is the speed limit near schools and senior centers?
Correct: 25 mph

Question 2: When driving at night and you encounter curves, what do you have to remember?
Correct: Your headlights point straight ahead, not into the curve.

Question 3: A __________ headlight lens can cut the amount of light it emits by 90%.
Correct: dirty

Question 4: If a driver in front stops suddenly and a collision occurs it is the "fault" of _____.
Correct: the driver behind

Question 5: New hand positions are encouraged on the steering wheel such as __________.
Correct: 8 and 4 o'clock

Question 6: Stiffness in the neck can make it difficult for drivers to______.
Correct: look behind to check the blind spot

Question 7: When exiting a parking spot, ____________ has the right-of-way.
Correct: the vehicle that is already in the lane

Question 8: How can you assess whether you are not looking far enough ahead when you drive?
Correct: You make frequent, quick stops.

Question 9: Upon approaching a railroad crossing with the gates lowered, you must stop no less than ______ from the tracks.
Correct: 15 feet

Question 10: The speed posted on a sign that warns you of a curve ahead,________.
Correct: is the safe speed to travel in ideal conditions

John said...

Question 1: About__________in every ten Americans will be involved in an alcohol-related crash at some time in their life.
Correct: three

Question 2: Stimulants can generate a__________.
Correct: false sense of well-being

Question 3: In general, when you accept the privilege to drive in California, you are assumed to have given your __________ to submit to a __________ test if asked by a police officer.
Correct: consent; chemical

Question 4: If you notice someone driving erratically behind you, you should __________.
Correct: let him or her pass you and position your vehicle with plenty of space behind the bad driver

Question 5: If you are taking a prescribed drug and are going to drive, __________.
Correct: conduct a self-inventory of all drugs consumed and their side effects

Question 6: Males can eliminate alcohol from their bodies faster than women due to having higher amounts of __________.
Correct: dehydrogenase

Question 7: Depressants affect the__________.
Correct: central nervous system

Question 8: In California, the fine for a DUI can range from $390 to _________ (plus penalty assessments).
Correct: $1,000

Question 9: Once in the brain, alcohol affects ALL of these critical skills EXCEPT:
Correct: blood flow

Question 10: The amount of alcohol in your bloodstream is called_________.
Correct: blood alcohol concentration

John said...

Question 1: The rhythm that regulates the body's natural wake/sleep cycle is called _______.
Correct: circadian rhythm

Question 2: While driving, if you need to use your cell phone, _________.
Correct: pull over to use the phone

Question 3: Known as "road rage" in California, what are some signs of aggressive driving?
Correct: All options are correct

Question 4: Some people, when they are caught in a situation where they have no control can become frustrated, which can lead to______.
Correct: aggression

Question 5: Most drivers make__________driving errors for every 20 decisions they make while driving.
Correct: 2

Question 6: Microsleeps last __________ seconds.
Correct: 4 to 5

Question 7: A driver who feels justified in dominating others and participates in crash-causing behavior is a/an ___________.
Correct: aggressive driver

Question 8: You are impaired when your ability to operate a vehicle is ______.
Correct: limited or hampered

Question 9: One way to control distractions is to_________.
Correct: inventory the ones you can control

Question 10: In California, effective July 1, 2008, you must use a __________ cell phone while driving.
Correct: hands-free

John said...

Question 1: Passing a stopped school bus with flashing red lights and a stop signal arm can generate a fine of up to __________.
Correct: $1,000

Question 2: Position your vehicle in the _______of your lane before turning right and move toward the center line when you are about to turn left.
Correct: right side

Question 3: __________signs communicate laws.
Correct: Regulatory

Question 4: __________diamond-shaped or__________signs alert drivers of construction zones.
Correct: Orange, rectangular

Question 5: White lettering and symbols painted on the surface of the roadway are used to __________.
Correct: supplement signs

Question 6: _______when you are approaching a blind curve to warn others that cannot see you coming.
Correct: Honk your horn

Question 7: Use your _________to communicate to other drivers that you are in trouble, there is trouble ahead, or when you are moving very slowly.
Correct: emergency hazard lights

Question 8: Step vans (delivery trucks) and 15-passenger vans __________.
Correct: have poor rearward vision

Question 9: If you do not have __________, always drive with your low-beam headlights on.
Correct: daytime running lights

Question 10: In California, pedestrians crossing outside of a marked crosswalk must __________ the right-of-way to other vehicles.
Correct: yield

John said...

Question 1: On an annual basis, animal-vehicle collisions cause about ____ worth of damage.
Correct: $1 billion

Question 2: Do not use your horn directly behind a __________ or a horse rider on the side of the roadway.
Correct: bicyclist

Question 3: __________diamond-shaped or__________signs alert drivers of construction zones.
Correct: Orange, rectangular

Question 4: If you hear or see an emergency vehicle approaching within __________, you must safely pull over to the right-hand edge or curb.
Correct: 1000 feet

Question 5: White lettering and symbols painted on the surface of the roadway are used to __________.
Correct: supplement signs

Question 6: Nearly ____ percent of the vehicles involved in motor vehicle crashes in 2009 were passenger cars or light trucks.
Correct: 70

Question 7: _______when you are approaching a blind curve to warn others that cannot see you coming.
Correct: Honk your horn

Question 8: Use your _________to communicate to other drivers that you are in trouble, there is trouble ahead, or when you are moving very slowly.
Correct: emergency hazard lights

Question 9: In California, pedestrians crossing outside of a marked crosswalk must __________ the right-of-way to other vehicles.
Correct: yield

Question 10: If you do not have __________, always drive with your low-beam headlights on.
Correct: daytime running lights

Question 1: If you are approaching a controlled intersection with multiple turn lanes and you would like to change lanes, you should do ALL of the following EXCEPT:
Correct: Get into the lane as fast as possible.

Question 2: If a police officer is directing traffic during a funeral procession you must give them __________.
Correct: the right-of-way

Question 3: Reversible lanes are used during_______.
Correct: rush hour

Question 4: In California, any driver who does not yield theright-of-way to a blind pedestrian can be charged with ___________.
Correct: a misdemeanor

Question 5: __________diamond-shaped or__________signs alert drivers of construction zones.
Correct: Orange, rectangular

Question 6: If you hear or see an emergency vehicle approaching within __________, you must safely pull over to the right-hand edge or curb.
Correct: 1,000 feet

Question 7: White lettering and symbols painted on the surface of the roadway are used to __________.
Correct: supplement signs

Question 8: California law requires everyone under __________ years of age to wear a properly fitted and fastened bicycle helmet while operating a bicycle, riding as a passenger on a bicycle, operating a non-motorized scooter or skateboard, or wearing in-line or roller skates.
Correct: 18

Question 9: Step vans (delivery trucks) and 15-passenger vans __________.
Correct: have poor rearward vision

Question 10: Flashing red and yellow lights control some intersections during times when there is __________traffic flow.
Correct: low

John said...

Question 1: When traveling at a safe speed on a freeway, select a lane that allows others to __________.
Correct: pass you on the left

Question 2: As you approach a steep uphill grade in the mountains,_______.
Correct: select a lower gear

Question 3: As you enter the deceleration lane or the exit ramp, slow down and_____________.
Correct: maintain a safe cushion of space ahead and behind your vehicle

Question 4: As a general rule, when driving in the city, select atravel lane with the least amount of congestion and stay in the lane you have chosenuntil you need to turn, __________, or avoid a hazard.
Correct: pass another vehicle

Question 5: One of the most important tasks to complete if you are going to drive in the rain, slush and mud is to_________.
Correct: check your tire inflation and tread depth

Question 6: Prevent a freeway emergency by merging without________.
Correct: stopping

Question 7: Before entering an intersection, the safest searching process is to search ________.
Correct: left, center, right, left again

Question 8: On the freeway, maintain a 3 second following distance. If the road is slippery or wet, adjust your distance to _________.
Correct: 4 or more seconds

Question 9: If conditions are so bad that you cannot see the road ahead, _________.
Correct: Pull completely off the road

Question 10: One-way streets have identifying features including __________.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.

Question 4: On cold days, to prevent moisture from forming on the inside of the glass, _________ before you turn on the defroster.
Correct: turn the heater on high and let the engine warm up

Question 5: _________ present drivers with unique and often high-risk challenges when driving in or near the city.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.

Question 6: When driving in the city, ________may help you avoid traffic, but they may not be as safe or they may increase your travel time because of traffic control lights.
Correct: side streets

Question 7: Wet roads result in___________.
Correct: poor traction

Question 9: When changing lanes on a freeway, signal your intentions and _________.
Correct: do not anticipate other drivers will open a gap for you to enter

John said...

Question 1: If the oil pressure light illuminates while you are driving, you should_______.
Correct: pull off the road as soon as possible

Question 2: Many collisions become more serious when drivers __________.
Correct: panic

Question 3: In California, when is it OK for a child under 8 years old and 4 feet 9 inches in height to ride in the front seat of a vehicle?
Correct: When there is no rear seat, side mounted jump seats, or read facing

Question 4: Traveling at high speeds requires__________.
Correct: greater stopping distances

Question 5: Place or secure large items and loose objects in the __________ for safety and to deter theft.
Correct: trunk

Question 6: Even if your vehicle has minimal damage from a collision, have the vehicle's safety features __________.
Correct: checked by a qualified technician

Question 7: ________skids occur when the brakes are applied so hard that the front or rear wheels lose traction.
Correct: Braking

Question 8: Several factors can cause tire failure including under inflation, hard braking, and __________.
Correct: poor wheel alignment

Question 9: Motor vehicle crashes are the number ______ cause of death for people ages 3 to 33.
Correct: one

Question 10: To regain control of a vehicle in a skid, __________.
Correct: make smooth steering corrections

Question 3: Large space margins on the roadway provide __________.
Correct: visibility, time and distance you need to avoid collisions

Question 4: If your brakes "fail," one of the first things to do is ___________.
Correct: pump the brake pedal

Question 5: The best way to deal with a tailgater is to_____________.
Correct: let them get in front

Question 6: To reduce injury in the event your air bag deploys, position your body at least _______from the steering wheel.
Correct: 10 inches

Question 8: California's Child Restraint Law is designed forchildren under age ____
Correct: 16

Question 9: The proper use of safety equipment in your vehicle has the potential to ________.
Correct: reduce injury

Question 10: To regain control of a vehicle in a skid, __________.
Correct: make smooth steering corrections

John said...

Question 1: Check a rental vehicle for__________before you leave the lot.
Correct: scratches and dents

Question 2: One of the most important things you should do before you leave the lot with a rental car is __________.
Correct: check the location and condition of the spare tire

Question 3: If parts are replaced when you have work done on your vehicle, __________.
Correct: ask to see the old ones

Question 4: For specific guidelines on your vehicle's maintenance, make sure to ___________.
Correct: reference your owner's manual

Question 5: Do not try to drive more than__________hours in any one day.
Correct: 8

Question 6: One driving technique that could increase your fuel economy is to_______.
Correct: avoid unnecessary idling

Question 7: __________transport a pet in the bed of an open pickup truck.
Correct: Never

Question 8: There have been improvements to ABS including __________.
Correct: emergency assist

Question 9: Every 30,000 miles, __________.
Correct: service the automatic transmission

Question 10: Before you have work done on your vehicle,________.
Correct: get a detailed estimate that includes the service, the parts, and the labor costs

Srikanth Goduru said...

Question 1: Negative thoughts that occur while driving often surface in the form of __________.
Correct: hostile verbal expression


Question 2: Known as "road rage" in California, what are some signs of aggressive driving?
Correct: All options are correct


Question 3: When you detect your emotions beginning to dominate your judgment and actions while driving, you should practice_______.
Correct: self regulation


Question 4: Other drivers depend on you to be rational and________.
Correct: predictable


Question 5: During each mile you drive, you make approximately__________driving-related decisions.
Correct: 20


Question 6: If you experience microsleep, __________.
Correct: pull off the road at a safe place and nap


Question 7: Microsleeps last __________ seconds.
Correct: 4 to 5


Question 8: One way to control distractions is to_________.
Correct: inventory the ones you can control


Question 9: In California, effective July 1, 2008, you must use a __________ cell phone while driving.
Correct: hands-free


Question 10: If you have to drive on a long trip, get plenty of rest before you leave and plan on stopping every ____ hours.
Correct: 2

Question 1: Position your vehicle in the _______of your lane before turning right and move toward the center line when you are about to turn left.
Correct: right side


Question 2: If a bicyclist is in your lane in front of you, _________.
Correct: be patient and adjust your speed and position


Question 3: Reversible lanes are marked with unique signs, signals, and markings, such as_____.
Correct: a red "X", which means the lane is closed


Question 4: White lettering and symbols painted on the surface of the roadway are used to __________.
Correct: supplement signs


Question 5: Nearly ____ percent of the vehicles involved in motor vehicle crashes in 2009 were passenger cars or light trucks.
Correct: 70


Question 6: _______when you are approaching a blind curve to warn others that cannot see you coming.
Correct: Honk your horn


Question 7: The use of turn signals and your __________ are the methods of communicating to other road users that are used most often.
Correct: brake lights


Question 8: Use your _________to communicate to other drivers that you are in trouble, there is trouble ahead, or when you are moving very slowly.
Correct: emergency hazard lights


Question 9: Flashing red and yellow lights control some intersections during times when there is __________traffic flow.
Correct: low


Question 10: If you do not have __________, always drive with your low-beam headlights on.
Correct: daytime running lights

Srikanth Goduru said...

Question 1: If traffic is traveling faster than the speed limit, resist going the speed of the________.
Correct: fastest vehicles


Question 2: When traveling at a safe speed on a freeway, select a lane that allows others to __________.
Correct: pass you on the left




Question 4: As you enter the deceleration lane or the exit ramp, slow down and_____________.
Correct: maintain a safe cushion of space ahead and behind your vehicle


Question 5: When driving in the city, ________may help you avoid traffic, but they may not be as safe or they may increase your travel time because of traffic control lights.
Correct: side streets


Question 6: Urban driving often involves limited _____ which often obstructs advance warning of traffic obstacles.
Correct: visibility


Question 7: Prevent a freeway emergency by merging without________.
Correct: stopping


Question 8: When changing lanes on a freeway, signal your intentions and _________.
Correct: do not anticipate other drivers will open a gap for you to enter


Question 9: Before entering an intersection, the safest searching process is to search ________.
Correct: left, center, right, left again


Question 10: One-way streets have identifying features including __________.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.

Srikanth Goduru said...

: When traveling at a safe speed on a freeway, select a lane that allows others to __________.
Correct: pass you on the left


Question 2: As a general rule, when driving in the city, select atravel lane with the least amount of congestion and stay in the lane you have chosenuntil you need to turn, __________, or avoid a hazard.
Correct: pass another vehicle


Question 3: On cold days, to prevent moisture from forming on the inside of the glass, _________ before you turn on the defroster.
Correct: turn the heater on high and let the engine warm up


Question 4: _________ present drivers with unique and often high-risk challenges when driving in or near the city.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.


Question 5: Wet roads result in___________.
Correct: poor traction


Question 6: One of the most important tasks to complete if you are going to drive in the rain, slush and mud is to_________.
Correct: check your tire inflation and tread depth


Question 7: When changing lanes on a freeway, signal your intentions and _________.
Correct: do not anticipate other drivers will open a gap for you to enter


Question 8: Before entering an intersection, the safest searching process is to search ________.
Correct: left, center, right, left again


Question 9: If conditions are so bad that you cannot see the road ahead, _________.
Correct: Pull completely off the road


Question 10: One-way streets have identifying features including __________.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.

jithan said...

During each mile you drive, up to__________events you need to interpret can occur.
Correct: 200

a9fd8970-4d27-11e3-a8ab-000bcdcb2996 said...

Unit 1
Question 1: ________associated with traffic-related crashes is one of our largest societal problems.
Correct: Injury and death


Question 2: To help manage risk, it is essential that you ___________ that can increase levels of risk.
Correct: remain alert to conditions or objects


Question 3: Roads that function as expressways and divided highways have high speeds and greater risk of ________crashes.
Correct: high-impact


Question 4: Adjust your vehicle __________to help prevent a dangerous event from occurring or to minimize the consequences of an unavoidable crash.
Correct: position or speed


Question 5: As a driver, you can lower the level of risk by __________.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.


Question 6: _________, the roadway, and your vehicle are all categories associated with risk that you should assess before you get behind the wheel.
Correct: The driver


Question 7: _________is the temporary removal of your privilege to drive.
Correct: Suspension


Question 8: Traveling faster than the speed limit increases both the risk and the __________ of a crash.
Correct: severity


Question 9: When you drive, ______.
Correct: risk is always present


Question 10: In the U.S., over 2 million people are injured and over 30,000 people are killed in traffic collisions __________.
Correct: each year
Unit 2: The Driver
Question 1: Determine a safe speed to travel based on ____________.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.


Question 2: At intersections, look to the _____ first.
Correct: left


Question 3: Create a following distance greater than 3 seconds ahead when __________.
Correct: a driver behind you is trying to pass


Question 4: In California, what is the speed limit near schools and senior centers?
Correct: 25 mph


Question 5: The__________becomes critical if you are in a situation where you may be struck from the rear.
Correct: identification of an alternate path


Question 6: If a driver in front stops suddenly and a collision occurs it is the "fault" of _____.
Correct: the driver behind


Question 7: When traveling at night with the high beams on, how far behind a vehicle must you be before you have to switch back to the low beams?
Correct: 300 feet


Question 8: If you drive an SUV or RV, you need to be worried about clearance when driving __________.
Correct: in parking garages


Question 9: When exiting a parking spot, ____________ has the right-of-way.
Correct: the vehicle that is already in the lane


Question 10: When a right turn on red is permitted, you must still __________.
Correct: yield to pedestrians in the crosswalk




Unit 3: Alcohol and Drug Impaired Driving
Question 1: About__________in every ten Americans will be involved in an alcohol-related crash at some time in their life.
Correct: three


Question 2: Most state vehicle codes state that you shall not drive after taking a substance that __________.
Correct: alters the central nervous system


Question 3: When you combine alcohol with some drugs, the results can be_____.
Correct: fatal


Question 4: Depressants affect the__________.
Correct: central nervous system


Question 5: Alcohol is metabolized by the_________.
Correct: liver


Question 6: Cold medicines can_______.
Correct: have side effects that slow ability to think and react quickly


Question 7: In California, the fine for a DUI can range from $390 to _________ (plus penalty assessments).
Correct: $1,000


Question 8: Once in the brain, alcohol affects ALL of these critical skills EXCEPT:
Correct: blood flow


Question 9: The effects of alcohol are________.
Correct: unpredictable


Question 10: The amount of alcohol in your bloodstream is called_________.
Correct: blood alcohol concentration

a9fd8970-4d27-11e3-a8ab-000bcdcb2996 said...

Unit 4: Other Driving Impairments:
Question 1: Other drivers depend on you to be rational and________.
Correct: predictable


Question 2: While driving, if you need to use your cell phone, _________.
Correct: pull over to use the phone


Question 3: During each mile you drive, you make approximately__________driving-related decisions.
Correct: 20


Question 4: You are impaired when your ability to operate a vehicle is ______.
Correct: limited or hampered


Question 5: Some people, when they are caught in a situation where they have no control can become frustrated, which can lead to______.
Correct: aggression


Question 6: If you have to drive on a long trip, get plenty of rest before you leave and plan on stopping every ____ hours.
Correct: 2


Question 7: It is not safe to drive if you stay awake during_____.
Correct: your natural sleep time


Question 8: Inattention is generally caused by concentration on __________.
Correct: emotional issues


Question 9: During each mile you drive, up to__________events you need to interpret can occur.
Correct: 200


Question 10: Most drivers make__________driving errors for every 20 decisions they make while driving.
Correct: 2


Unit 5: Traffic Laws:
Question 1: Position your vehicle in the _______of your lane before turning right and move toward the center line when you are about to turn left.
Correct: right side


Question 2: If a bicyclist is in your lane in front of you, _________.
Correct: be patient and adjust your speed and position


Question 3: Do not use your horn directly behind a __________ or a horse rider on the side of the roadway.
Correct: bicyclist


Question 4: __________signs communicate laws.
Correct: Regulatory


Question 5: __________diamond-shaped or__________signs alert drivers of construction zones.
Correct: Orange, rectangular


Question 6: White lettering and symbols painted on the surface of the roadway are used to __________.
Correct: supplement signs


Question 7: _______when you are approaching a blind curve to warn others that cannot see you coming.
Correct: Honk your horn


Question 8: Motorcycles are extremely hard to see if they are _______.
Correct: approaching from the side


Question 9: Use your _________to communicate to other drivers that you are in trouble, there is trouble ahead, or when you are moving very slowly.
Correct: emergency hazard lights


Question 10: In California, pedestrians crossing outside of a marked crosswalk must __________ the right-of-way to other vehicles.
Correct: yield

a9fd8970-4d27-11e3-a8ab-000bcdcb2996 said...

Unit 6: The Driving Environment
Question 1: Many head-on collisions occur on two-lane roads when passing because drivers______.
Correct: misjudge the closure rate of oncoming traffic


Question 2: If traffic is traveling faster than the speed limit, resist going the speed of the________.
Correct: fastest vehicles


Question 3: As you enter the deceleration lane or the exit ramp, slow down and_____________.
Correct: maintain a safe cushion of space ahead and behind your vehicle


Question 4: As a general rule, when driving in the city, select atravel lane with the least amount of congestion and stay in the lane you have chosenuntil you need to turn, __________, or avoid a hazard.
Correct: pass another vehicle


Question 5: On cold days, to prevent moisture from forming on the inside of the glass, _________ before you turn on the defroster.
Correct: turn the heater on high and let the engine warm up


Question 6: _________ present drivers with unique and often high-risk challenges when driving in or near the city.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.


Question 7: One of the most important tasks to complete if you are going to drive in the rain, slush and mud is to_________.
Correct: check your tire inflation and tread depth


Question 8: When changing lanes on a freeway, signal your intentions and _________.
Correct: do not anticipate other drivers will open a gap for you to enter


Question 9: Before entering an intersection, the safest searching process is to search ________.
Correct: left, center, right, left again


Question 10: One-way streets have identifying features including __________.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.
Unit 6 Alternate:
drivers______.
Correct: misjudge the closure rate of oncoming traffic


Question 2: On cold days, to prevent moisture from forming on the inside of the glass, _________ before you turn on the defroster.
Correct: turn the heater on high and let the engine warm up


Question 3: One of the most important tasks to complete if you are going to drive in the rain, slush and mud is to_________.
Correct: check your tire inflation and tread depth


Question 4: When driving in the city, ________may help you avoid traffic, but they may not be as safe or they may increase your travel time because of traffic control lights.
Correct: side streets


Question 5: Prevent a freeway emergency by merging without________.
Correct: stopping


Question 6: When changing lanes on a freeway, signal your intentions and _________.
Correct: do not anticipate other drivers will open a gap for you to enter


Question 7: Before entering an intersection, the safest searching process is to search ________.
Correct: left, center, right, left again


Question 8: On the freeway, maintain a 3 second following distance. If the road is slippery or wet, adjust your distance to _________.
Incorrect: 9 seconds


Question 9: If conditions are so bad that you cannot see the road ahead, _________.
Correct: Pull completely off the road


Question 10: One-way streets have identifying features including __________.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.

a9fd8970-4d27-11e3-a8ab-000bcdcb2996 said...

Unit 7: Driving Emergencies
Question 1: Many collisions become more serious when drivers __________.
Correct: panic


Question 2: Traveling at high speeds requires__________.
Correct: greater stopping distances


Question 3: To lower the risk of a collision, you should keep at least__________of space to one side of your vehicle at all times.
Correct: one car width


Question 4: If you are in an emergency and there is no space to the side to steer out of the way of a crash, ___________.
Correct: use controlled braking


Question 5: The best way to deal with a tailgater is to_____________.
Correct: let them get in front


Question 6: If you experience a blow out in one of your front tires, your vehicle will __________.
Correct: pull hard toward the deflated tire


Question 7: The proper use of safety equipment in your vehicle has the potential to ________.
Correct: reduce injury


Question 8: Locked doors are less likely to open in a crash, ________.
Correct: decreasing the chance of the occupants being ejected


Question 9: Motor vehicle crashes are the number ______ cause of death for people ages 3 to 33.
Correct: one


Question 10: If you drive through water, your brakes may become slippery and ineffective. To dry the brakes off, __________.
Correct: apply your brakes gently as you accelerate


Unit 8: The Vehicle
Question 1: Check a rental vehicle for__________before you leave the lot.
Correct: scratches and dents


Question 2: According to the NHTSA, the combination of ________ and ________ reduce the risk of serious crash-related head injury by 83 percent.
Correct: front air bags, seat belts


Question 3: After you start your vehicle, and as you begin to drive, always check your______.
Correct: brakes


Question 4: One of the most important things you should do before you leave the lot with a rental car is __________.
Correct: check the location and condition of the spare tire


Question 5: If parts are replaced when you have work done on your vehicle, __________.
Correct: ask to see the old ones


Question 6: For specific guidelines on your vehicle's maintenance, make sure to ___________.
Correct: reference your owner's manual


Question 7: Do not try to drive more than__________hours in any one day.
Correct: 8


Question 8: Child restraint anchorage systems should have__________lower anchorages.
Correct: 2


Question 9: Every 30,000 miles, __________.
Correct: service the automatic transmission


Question 10: Before you have work done on your vehicle,________.
Correct: get a detailed estimate that includes the service, the parts, and the labor costs

desalvo said...

Exam Question Do not exceed the speed limit or drive slower than the_______.
Your Answer vehicle in front of you
Correct Answer minimum speed limit

Exam Question If you see farm equipment ahead traveling the same road as you,_______.
Your Answer pass them on the right
Correct Answer exercise patience

Exam Question When traveling behind large trucks, _______ your following distance.
Your Answer none of the above is correct
Correct Answer increase

Sam Arun said...

You have answered 10 question(s) correctly.


Congratulations! You have achieved a passing score on this quiz. Please click the "Continue" button to proceed to the next unit.

Note: We have highlighted your correct answers in green, and your incorrect answers in red.

Question 1: Law enforcement officials refer to the amount of alcohol in your bloodstream as __________.
Correct: blood alcohol concentration (BAC)


Question 2: The effects of alcohol are __________.
Correct: unpredictable


Question 3: If you are taking a prescribed drug and are going to drive, __________.
Correct: conduct an inventory of all drugs consumed and their side effects


Question 4: Any DWI where your BAC is at least .08 becomes a Second Degree felony (up to 10 years in prison, and a fine up to $10,000) if __________.
Correct: any fatality that is caused due to your actions


Question 5: Cold medicines can __________.
Correct: have side effects that slow your ability to think and react quickly


Question 6: Due to synergism, if you take two depressants together, it may be the same as taking __________.
Correct: three


Question 7: Drinking to have fun is called __________.
Correct: recreational drinking


Question 8: Most state vehicle codes state that you shall not drive after taking a substance that __________.
Correct: alters the central nervous system


Question 9: Once in the brain, alcohol affects your __________.
Correct: reasoning, judgment, and concentration


Question 10: If you refuse to take a breath or blood test when directed to do so by a police officer,__________.
Correct: your license may be suspended for up to one year

Sam Arun said...

You have answered 10 question(s) correctly.


Congratulations! You have achieved a passing score on this quiz. Please click the "Continue" button to proceed to the next unit.

Note: We have highlighted your correct answers in green, and your incorrect answers in red.

Question 1: Law enforcement officials refer to the amount of alcohol in your bloodstream as __________.
Correct: blood alcohol concentration (BAC)


Question 2: The effects of alcohol are __________.
Correct: unpredictable


Question 3: If you are taking a prescribed drug and are going to drive, __________.
Correct: conduct an inventory of all drugs consumed and their side effects


Question 4: Any DWI where your BAC is at least .08 becomes a Second Degree felony (up to 10 years in prison, and a fine up to $10,000) if __________.
Correct: any fatality that is caused due to your actions


Question 5: Cold medicines can __________.
Correct: have side effects that slow your ability to think and react quickly


Question 6: Due to synergism, if you take two depressants together, it may be the same as taking __________.
Correct: three


Question 7: Drinking to have fun is called __________.
Correct: recreational drinking


Question 8: Most state vehicle codes state that you shall not drive after taking a substance that __________.
Correct: alters the central nervous system


Question 9: Once in the brain, alcohol affects your __________.
Correct: reasoning, judgment, and concentration


Question 10: If you refuse to take a breath or blood test when directed to do so by a police officer,__________.
Correct: your license may be suspended for up to one year

Bandaru said...

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Edwin4all said...

CHAPTER LEVEL QUIZ RESULTS


You have answered 10 question(s) correctly.


Congratulations! You have achieved a passing score on this quiz. Please click the "Continue" button to proceed to the next unit.

Note: We have highlighted your correct answers in green, and your incorrect answers in red.

Question 1: Never drive __________, avoid sudden steering and braking, and always signal your intention to turn or change lanes.
Correct: where you cannot see


Question 2: Your license may be suspended or revoked for______.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.


Question 3: Driving is a _______society has entrusted to us when we are issued a license.
Correct: privilege


Question 4: _________is the temporary removal of your privilege to drive.
Correct: Suspension


Question 5: ________associated with traffic-related crashes is one of our largest societal problems.
Correct: Injury and death


Question 6: Slowing down or "rolling through" a STOP sign is________.
Correct: against the law


Question 7: In order to be issued a Virginia Driver's License, __________ is an acceptable proof of identity.
Correct: birth certificate


Question 8: In the U.S., nearly ________ million people were injured and over 37,000 people were killed in traffic collisions in 2008.
Correct: 3


Question 9: When you drive, ______.
Correct: risk is always present


Question 10: Because the actions of other road users are __________, you can lower your risk if you adequately communicate to those around you. Always signal your intention to change lanes or turn.
Correct: unpredictable

张耀尹 said...

Question 1: Driving is a _______society has entrusted to us when we are issued a license.
Correct: privilege
Question 2: Because the actions of other road users are __________, you can lower your risk if you adequately communicate to those around you. Always signal your intention to change lanes or turn.
Correct: unpredictable
Question 3: The minimum insurance amounts needed to drive in Delaware are __________.
Correct: $10,000 for damage to property, $15,000 for injury or death of one person, and $30,000 for injury or death of 2 or more people
Question 4: ______insurance coverage provides protection for damage to persons or property.
Correct: Liability
Question 5: Conduct a mental list related to the condition of each driving element. If your list has unfavorable factors in one or more categories, your _______________.
Correct: crash probability is at an elevated level
Question 6: About one out of every ten drivers _________.
Correct: is involved in a crash each year
Question 7: To help manage risk, it is essential that you ___________ that can increase levels of risk.
Correct: remain alert to conditions or objects
Question 8: Every driver license applicant is subject to an eye-screening examination, a(n) _______ test, and a road skills test.
Correct: written
Question 9: Roads that function as expressways and divided highways have high speeds and greater risk of ________crashes.
Correct: high-impact
Question 10: _________is the temporary removal of your privilege to drive.
Correct: Suspension


Question 1: When exiting a parking spot, ____________ has the right-of-way.
Correct: the vehicle that is already in the lane
Question 2: The__________becomes critical if you are in a situation where you may be struck from the rear.
Correct: identification of an alternate path
Question 3: If you drive an SUV or RV, you need to be worried about clearance when driving __________.
Correct: in parking garages
Question 4: When driving at night and you encounter curves, what do you have to remember?
Correct: Your headlights point straight ahead, not into the curve.
Question 5: You should search a minimum of__________seconds ahead of your vehicle to avoid obstacles in your path.
Correct: 30
Question 6: A __________ headlight lens can cut the amount of light it emits by 90%.
Correct: dirty
Question 7: Scanning low allows you to locate__________before you hit them.
Correct: potholes
Question 8: Enter a curve SLOWER than the posted speed if ________.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.
Question 9: Create a following distance greater than 3 seconds ahead when __________.
Correct: a driver behind you is trying to pass
Question 10: Our natural tendency is to concentrate on what is going on ahead of where we are going, so you need to check your mirrors__________.
Correct: whenever you change speed or position

张耀尹 said...

Question 1: All drugs issued under a prescription_______.
Correct: have warning labels
Question 2: Once in the brain, alcohol affects ALL of these critical skills EXCEPT:
Correct: blood flow
Question 3: A single DUI conviction could cost you __________.
Incorrect: $5,000
**Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Penalties for a First Offense: 1 year license revocation Fine: $230 to $1,150 Sentence: Imprisonment for 60 days to six months.**
Question 4: Cold medicines can_______.
Correct: have side effects that slow ability to think and react quickly
Question 5: Males can eliminate alcohol from their bodies faster than women due to having higher amounts of __________.
Correct: the dehydrogenase enzyme
Question 6: The effects of alcohol are________.
Correct: unpredictable
Question 7: Stimulants can generate a__________.
Correct: false sense of well being
Question 8: When you combine alcohol with some drugs, the results can be_____.
Correct: fatal
Question 9: If you notice someone driving erratically behind you, you should __________.
Correct: let him or her pass you and position your vehicle with plenty of space behind the bad driver
Question 10: If you must transport alcohol, be sure that it is in a sealed, unopened container __________.
Correct: in the trunk or other locked compartment of your vehicle


Question 1: You are impaired when your ability to operate a vehicle is ______.
Correct: limited or hampered
Question 2: While driving, if you need to use your cell phone, _________.
Correct: pull over to use the phone
Question 3: If you experience micro sleep, __________.
Correct: pull off the road at a safe place and nap
Question 4: Most drivers make__________driving errors for every 20 decisions they make while driving.
Correct: 2
Question 5: The rhythm that regulates the body's natural wake/sleep cycle is called _______.
Correct: circadian rhythm
Question 6: A driver who feels justified in dominating others and participates in crash-causing behavior is a/an ___________.
Correct: aggressive driver
Question 7: Negative thoughts that occur while driving often surface in the form of __________.
Correct: hostile verbal expression
Question 8: Micro sleeps last __________ seconds.
Correct: four to five
Question 9: One way to control distractions is to_________.
Correct: inventory the ones you can control
Question 10: During each mile you drive, up to__________events you need to interpret can occur.
Correct: 200

张耀尹 said...

Question 1: The use of turn signals and your __________ are the methods of communicating to other road users that are used most often.
Correct: brakes
Question 2: Deer are likely to be more active and roam outside of their territory during ________.
Correct: autumn
Question 3: __________diamond shaped or__________signs alert drivers of construction zones.
Correct: Orange, rectangular
Question 4: Flashing red and yellow lights control some intersections during times when there is __________traffic flow.
Correct: low
Question 5: The fees for traffic violations committed in construction zones are __________.
Correct: double their normal amount
Question 6: Position your vehicle in the _______of your lane before turning right and move toward the centerline when you are about to turn left.
Correct: right side
Question 7: Use your _________to communicate to other drivers that you are in trouble, there is trouble ahead, or when you are moving very slowly.
Correct: emergency hazard lights
Question 8: Nearly __________ percent of the vehicles involved in motor vehicle crashes in 2011 were passenger cars or light trucks.
Correct: 78
Question 9: Motorcycles are extremely hard to see if they are _______.
Correct: approaching from the side
Question 10: White lettering and symbols painted on the surface of the roadway are used to __________.
Correct: supplement signs


Question 1: Prevent an expressway emergency by merging without________.
Correct: stopping
Question 2: When changing lanes on an expressway, signal your intentions and _________.
Correct: do not anticipate other drivers will open a gap for you to enter
Question 3: Select a travel lane with the least amount of congestion and stay in the lane you have chosen until you need to turn, __________, or avoid a hazard.
Correct: pass another vehicle
Question 4: All vehicles carrying passengers for hire, all buses carrying passengers and all vehicles carrying explosives or flammable liquids must always stop no closer than __________ and no farther than __________ from railroad tracks.
Incorrect: 25 feet, 50 feet
**All vehicles carrying passengers for hire, all buses carrying passengers and all vehicles carrying explosives or flammable liquids must always make a full stop at railroad tracks. These vehicles must stop no closer than 15 feet and no more than 50 feet away
from the nearest rail.**
Question 5: When traveling at a safe speed on an expressway, select a lane that allows others to __________.
Correct: pass you on the left
Question 6: Wet roads result in___________.
Correct: poor traction
Question 7: _________ present drivers with unique and often high-risk risk challenges when driving in or near the city.
Correct: All of these answers are correct.
Question 8: As you enter the de-acceleration lane or the exit ramp, slow down and_____________.
Correct: maintain a safe cushion of space ahead and behind your vehicle
Question 9: On cold days, to prevent moisture from forming on the inside of the glass, _________ before you turn on the defroster.
Correct: turn the heater on high and let the engine warm up
Question 10: As you approach a steep uphill grade in the mountains,_______.
Correct: select a lower gear

张耀尹 said...

Question 1: Place or secure large items and loose objects in the __________ for safety and to deter theft.
Correct: trunk
Question 2: If your brakes "fail," one of the first things to do is ___________.
Correct: pump the brake pedal
Question 3: To lower the risk of a collision, you should keep at least__________of space to one side of your vehicle at all times.
Correct: one car width
Question 4: To regain control of a vehicle in a skid, __________.
Correct: make smooth steering corrections
Question 5: If you drive through water, your brakes may become slippery and ineffective. To dry the brakes off, __________.
Correct: apply your brakes gently as you accelerate
Question 6: The proper use of safety equipment in your vehicle has the potential to ________.
Correct: reduce injury
Question 7: Even if your vehicle has minimal damage from a collision, have the vehicle's safety features __________.
Correct: checked by a qualified technician
Question 8: Several factors can cause tire failure including under inflation, hard braking, and __________.
Correct: poor wheel alignment
Question 9: The best way to deal with a tailgater is to_____________.
Correct: let them get in front
Question 10: If you experience a blow out in one of your front tires, your vehicle will __________.
Correct: pull hard toward the deflated tire


Question 1: Every 30,000 miles, __________.
Correct: service the automatic transmission
Question 2: For specific guidelines on your vehicle's maintenance, make sure to ___________.
Correct: reference your owner's manual
Question 3: The Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards are written in terms of__________safety performance requirements for motor vehicles.
Correct: minimum
Question 4: Check a rental vehicle for__________before you leave the lot.
Correct: scratches and dents
Question 5: Before you have work done on your vehicle,________.
Correct: get a detailed estimate that includes the service, the parts, and the labor costs
Question 6: Child restraint anchorage systems should have__________lower anchorages.
Correct: 2
Question 7: Do not try to drive more than__________hours in any one day.
Correct: 8
Question 8: One driving technique that could increase your fuel economy is to_______.
Correct: avoid unnecessary idling
Question 9: According to the NHTSA, the combination of ________ and ________ reduce the risk of serious crash related head injury by 83 percent.
Correct: front air bags, seat belts
Question 10: There have been improvements to ABS including __________.
Correct: emergency assist

Lunes Wong said...

Question 1: Our natural tendency is to concentrate on what is going on ahead of where we are going, so you need to check your mirrors__________.
Correct: whenever you change speed or position


Question 2: In California, what is the speed limit near schools and senior centers?
Correct: 25 mph


Question 3: Create a following distance greater than 3 seconds ahead when __________.
Correct: a driver behind you is trying to pass


Question 4: You can reduce your vehicle's blind spot by_______.
Correct: installing large side mirrors


Question 5: If a driver in front stops suddenly and a collision occurs it is the "fault" of _____.
Correct: the driver behind


Question 6: If you drive an SUV or RV, you need to be worried about clearance when driving __________.
Correct: in parking garages


Question 7: When exiting a parking spot, ____________ has the right-of-way.
Correct: the vehicle that is already in the lane


Question 8: Upon approaching a railroad crossing with the gateslowered, you must stop no less than ______ from the tracks.
Correct: 15 feet


Question 9: The speed posted on a sign that warns you of a curve ahead,________.
Correct: is the safe speed to travel in ideal conditions


Question 10: You should search a minimum of__________seconds ahead of your vehicle to avoid obstacles in your path.
Incorrect: 30

Tu Hoang said...

Question 1: You may not operate a vehicle unless all child passengers __________ are securely fastened into an approved child restraint device. Correct: Under 8 years of age or less than 4 feet, 9 inches in height

Question 2: If you experience a blowout in one of your front tires, your vehicle will __________. Correct: pull hard in the direction of the deflated tire

Question 3: Motor vehicle crashes are the number __________ cause of death for people ages 3 to 33. Correct: one

Question 4: The best way to deal with a tailgater is to __________. Correct: let them get in front of you

Question 5: A written report must be sent to the Texas Department of Public Safety within 10 days of a collision that: Correct: results in death, injury, or more than $1,000 damage to property

Question 6: Many collisions become more serious when drivers __________. Correct: panic

Question 7: To reduce injury in the event your air bag deploys, position your body at least __________ from the steering wheel. Correct: 10 inches

Question 8: To regain control of a vehicle in a skid, __________. Correct: make smooth steering corrections

Question 9: Large space margins on the roadway provide __________. Correct: the visibility, time and distance you need to avoid collisions

Question 10: If the oil pressure light illuminates while you are driving, you should __________. Correct: pull off the road as soon as possible

Remy German said...

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Remy German said...

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Akika Lact said...

Exam Question Traffic engineers and lawmakers have designed our roads, laws and traffic controls to reduce our chances of ________ each other.
Your Answer irritating
Correct Answer crashing into

Phani said...

Question 1: While driving, if you need to use your cell phone, _________.
Correct: you should pull over to use the phone


Question 2: Most drivers make __________ driving errors for every 20 decisions they make while driving.
Correct: two


Question 3: Negative thoughts that occur while driving often surface in the form of __________.
Correct: hostile verbal expression


Question 4: One way to control distractions is to __________.
Correct: inventory the ones you can control


Question 5: If you have to drive on a long trip, get plenty of rest before you leave and plan on stopping every __________ hours.
Correct: two


Question 6: Some people can become frustrated when they are caught in a situation where they have no control, which can lead to __________.
Correct: aggression


Question 7: Inattention is generally caused by concentration on __________.
Correct: emotional issues


Question 8: If you are driving in heavy traffic and you want to weave in and out of traffic to get ahead, it may be a result of __________.
Correct: your competitive nature


Question 9: The rhythm that regulates the body's natural wake/sleep cycle is called __________.
Correct: the circadian rhythm


Question 10: It is not safe to drive if you stay awake during __________.
Correct: your natural sleep time

Phani said...

Question 1: If you do not have __________, always drive with your low-beam headlights on.
Correct: daytime running lights


Question 2: __________ diamond shaped or __________ signs alert drivers of construction zones.
Correct: Orange, rectangular


Question 3: Motorcycles are extremely hard to see if they are __________.
Correct: approaching from the side


Question 4: __________ signs communicate laws.
Correct: Regulatory


Question 5: When approaching or being approached by an emergency vehicle with its siren and/or lights on, __________.
Correct: all traffic, in either direction, must slow down, pull to the right of the road, and stop until the emergency vehicle passes


Question 6: It is illegal to follow an emergency vehicle at a distance of __________ or to stop within __________ of where an emergency vehicle is responding to an alarm.
Correct: 500 feet, one block


Question 7: Do not use your horn directly behind a __________ or a horse rider on the side of the roadway.
Correct: bicyclist


Question 8: __________ percent of pedestrian fatalities in 2009 resulted from persons improperly crossing the roadway or intersection, walking, playing or working in the roadway.
Correct: 38


Question 9: Step vans (delivery trucks) and 15-passenger vans __________.
Correct: have poor rearward vision


Question 10: A funeral procession has the right-of-way at intersections, unless __________.
Correct: the right-of-way is required by an emergency vehicle giving an audible signal

Phani said...

Question 1: Many head-on collisions occur when passing on two-lane roads because drivers __________.
Correct: misjudge the closure rate of oncoming traffic


Question 2: All vehicles carrying passengers for hire, all buses carrying passengers and all vehicles carrying explosives or flammable liquids must always stop no closer than __________ and no farther than __________ from railroad tracks.
Correct: 15 feet, 50 feet


Question 3: As you approach a steep uphill grade in the mountains, __________.
Correct: shift to a lower gear


Question 4: When driving in the city, __________ may help you avoid traffic, but they may not be as safe or they may increase your travel time because of traffic control lights.
Correct: side streets


Question 5: One of the most important tasks to complete if you are going to drive in the rain, slush and mud is to __________.
Correct: check your tire inflation and tread depth


Question 6: Urban driving often involves limited __________ which often obstructs advance warning of traffic obstacles.
Correct: visibility


Question 7: One-way streets have unique features including __________.
Correct: vehicles all pointing in one direction, as well as no yellow center line


Question 8: Before entering an intersection, the safest searching process is to search __________.
Correct: left, center, right, then left again


Question 9: Prevent an expressway emergency by merging without __________.
Correct: stopping


Question 10: If traffic is traveling faster than the speed limit, resist going the speed of the __________.
Correct: fastest vehicles

Phani said...

Question 1: The best way to deal with a tailgater is to __________.
Correct: let them get in front of you


Question 2: A written report must be sent to the Texas Department of Public Safety within 10 days of a collision that:
Correct: results in death, injury, or more than $1,000 damage to property


Question 3: Many collisions become more serious when drivers __________.
Correct: panic


Question 4: Traveling at high speeds __________.
Correct: requires greater stopping distances


Question 5: To regain control of a vehicle in a skid, __________.
Correct: make smooth steering corrections


Question 6: To lower the risk of a collision, you should keep at least __________ of space to one side of your vehicle at all times.
Correct: one car width


Question 7: Even if your vehicle has minimal damage from a collision, have the vehicle's safety features __________.
Correct: checked by a qualified technician


Question 8: Large space margins on the roadway provide __________.
Correct: the visibility, time and distance you need to avoid collisions


Question 9: If the oil pressure light illuminates while you are driving, you should __________.
Correct: pull off the road as soon as possible


Question 10: Locked doors are less likely to open in a crash, __________.
Correct: decreasing the chance of the occupants being ejected

Phani said...

Question 1: Every 30,000 miles, __________.
Correct: service the automatic transmission (if your car has one)


Question 2: __________ transport a pet in the bed of an open pickup truck.
Correct: The Humane Society recommends that you not


Question 3: According to the NHTSA, the combination of __________ and __________ reduces the risk of serious crash-related head injury by 83 percent.
Correct: front air bags, seat belts


Question 4: Check a rental vehicle for __________ before you leave the lot.
Correct: scratches and dents


Question 5: Before you have work done on your vehicle, ______________.
Correct: get a detailed estimate


Question 6: Every 15,000 miles, __________.
Correct: check the automatic transmission fluid


Question 7: Make sure to __________ when performing minor vehicle maintenance on your own.
Correct: reference your owner's manual


Question 8: The Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards are written in terms of __________ safety performance requirements for motor vehicles.
Correct: minimum


Question 9: Do not try to drive more than __________ hours in any one day.
Correct: 8


Question 10: Child restraint anchorage systems should have __________ lower anchorages.
Correct: two