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Before moving a vehicle in reverse, you should check to see that the area____ the vehicle is clear



Detecting potentially threatening objects or condition in traffic mostly depends on
A) luck
B) traffic volume
C) an organized, aggressive, visual search.

C) and organized, aggressive, visual search


The distance your vehicle travels from the time The eyes see a hazard to the time the brain knows it's a hazard is called:
A) perception distance
B) reaction time
C) total stoping time

A) perception distance


To avoid a collision with a vehicle that appears will hit you in the side, you should break or accelerate slowly. true or false



If you must leave the roadway at a high-speed and no open space is available, you should:
A) steer for something soft
B) put your car in park
C) aim for a tree

A) steer for something soft


You need to identify hazards farther ahead when driving at faster speeds because:
A) you reach the hazards more quickly
B) they appear smaller in the distance
C) they may move out of your way

A) you reach the hazards more quickly


The single biggest cause of crashes is
A) drivers running into things they can't see
B) texting while driving
C) speeding

A) drivers running into things they can't see it


The most basic principle of controlling the consequences of a crash is to avoid a____crash
A) passenger side impact
B) Head on
C) Driver side impact

B) Driver side impact


A large truck is driving in the middle lane of 3 lanes of traffic going in the same direction. you want to pass it. is it best to pass quickly on the right or left?



If they passing vehicle has to cut closely in front of you to avoid oncoming traffic, you should slow down and check_____ahead

Right shoulder


You're driving with the row of parked cars on your right and oncoming vehicles on your left. You should drive:
A) closer to the parked cars
B) closer to the oncoming traffic
C) A middle course between them

C) A middle course between them


When intending to turn or change lanes, you must communicate your intentions to other road users by activating your turn signals over distance of____feet

100 feet


If you are continually being passed on the right and left while driving in the center lane at the speed limit, you should:
A) move to the right lane
B) move to the left lane
C) stay in your lane

A) move to the right lane


You can pass a vehicle on the right if the vehicle ahead is making a left turn and you do not have to leave the paved lane to pass?
True or false



Right of way laws are written in terms of who must ______



When you are parallel park, you should be within how many inches of the curb?



If a traffic signal changes to yellow as you approach and intersection, You should make every reasonable effort to_____



The rule used to estimate your total stopping distance under ideal condition is the:
A) 2 second rule
B) 3 second rule
C) 4 second rule

4 Second rule


Collisions occur at curves because speed on the approach is:
A) to slow
B) too fast
C) not a significant factor

B) too fast


To plan for a turn, you should be in the correct lane about a block before the turn.
True or false



In a right turn, the rear wheels will track closer to the curb in relation to the front wheels.
True or false



To make a left turn from a one-way street to a 2 Way street, you should turn from the far____Lane



To make a right turn onto a two-way street, you should start your turn in the farthest____Lane and end in the lane closest to the____

Right lane; right curb


You should enter a roundabout when there is an adequate gap in_____



If you reach an intersection with stop signs on all four corners and you get there at the same time as the person on your left, you have the right-of-way.
True or false



If vehicle driven in a curve tends to:
A) to the right
B) to the left
C) in a straight line

C) in a straight line


If you must attend to a distraction while driving:
A) Drive in the left lane to avoid congestion on the right
B) speed up to get around other traffic
C) increase your following distance

C) increase your following distance


When meeting an oncoming vehicle on a two Way, two lane city street with no part cars on either side, you should:
A) Adjust lane position slightly left of center
B) reduce speed
C) Adjust lane position slightly right of center

C) adjust Lane position slightly right of center