Flashcards in 1.1 Deck (89)
How to change lane?
Signal. Check mirror. Look over shoulder.
How to back up?
Look over right shoulder. Check mirrors. Glance quickly to the side.
Before starting the vehicle.
Adjusts mirriors; Fasten seatbelt.
Against the curb. Turn front wheels to the left so that the back of front right tire rests against the curb. Use emergency brake.
With the hill. Turn wheels to the right, front of tire against the curb
Where there are no traffic control devices at the intersection.
Where there is something blocking the drivers vision.
Speed limit of a residential zone. Business zone. School zone.
Speed limit of blind intersection.
Signal the last 100ft before turning.
A flashing yellow light means...
Slow down, be alert, and cautious. There may be a hazard to look out for.
A flashing red light means...
Stop completely, wait for your turn to proceed safety.
What is the best way to get out of mud?
Apply power slowly
What is the energy of motion?
Quadruples when speed doubles
Disperses in form of energy and heat
The blood alcohol level point of intoxication...
Tests used to measure alcohol level...
blood and urine test
A blood alcohol level of 0.08 means what % chance of getting into an accident?
The signal indicator is located at -- o'clock of the steering column.
A driver must use their headlights...
30 minutes before sunset to 30 minutes after sunrise
Have the brake system checked every...
Shift to a lower gear when...
You are preparing to go through deep water
If you start to hydroplane...
Keep the wheel straight, slow down. If you must lightly pump the brakes.
T or F. When driving in snow or ice use headlights whether it's day or night.
True. Use low beams to avoid being blinded.
Distance when driving on icy roads...
Ice that is left on roadways and is not subjected to light.
In case of a skid...
Don't brake, shift neutral, and turn wheels in the direction that there going in.
Pull up on the accelerator with hand or foot, not taking eyes off road. Put in neutral, pull over.
When a blow out happens...
Maintain grip on steering wheel, steer away from the direction of blown tire.
A safe following distance.
3 second rule.