Flashcards in Health 3 Deck (23):
Who do you give way to on a roundabout?
The cars to your right
What must a driver do at a stop sign?
Stop, even if there are no other cars around
How do you get your drivers licence, which tests are involved?
What is a hook turn? When and where do you make them?
A hook turn is when you turn right from the left lane by veering left and then turning right. These occur in the city at bust crossings
What are advantages of getting your license?
You can drive yourself around, you are more independent etc.
What as the disadvantages of getting your licence?
You are more at risk of an accident, you have more responsibility as a driver etc.
Why most some people be reluctant to get their license?
How old do you have to be to get you learn era permit
What proof of identification and residence todo you need to provide when going for your license?
What can you go for you r probationary license?
What BAC can a probationary licence holder have?
Can a probationary licence holder or a full licence holder refuse a breath test?
Neither can refuse, it is law
Define crash and accident
Why are young drivers more likely to have a car crash?
What factors contribute to car crashes?
Thing such as human error including being in the wrong lane, falling asleep and looking at phones. Environmental conditions including the night and the slippery ice or rain. Vehicle failures such a being stuck in cruise control, breaking down and breaks not working
What actions may have prevented crashes?
Being careful depending on the conditions, paying attention to the road and nothing else and regular check ups on the car.
What are the social and economical costs of car crashes?
Social can include death or serious injury and economical is having to fix the car or pay for surgery
What are the 2 tests that need to be done to obtain a learners permit
What is the demerit point system?
How many points does a P plater get and how many can they loose before loosing their licence?
How do you know what the speed limit is in a certain area?
If not signed built up residential areas are 50km/h and highways are 80km/h
What speed limits apply for a full licence, a P plate and a L plater?