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Grade 10 Driving and Road Safety
When you are approaching a flashing red traffic light at an intersection you should
  1. slow to 30 miles per hour
  2. slow up and continue with care
  3. come to stop and continue when safe to do so
Grade 10 Driving and Road Safety
When should you give signals?
  1. Only when joining a dual carriageway from a slip road so you don't have to give way.
  2. At all times in order to alert other road users, including pedestrians, of your intended actions.
  3. In traffic only during the hours of darkness or in bad weather.
  4. To give you priority over other traffic when changing lanes or before pulling out.
Grade 10 Driving and Road Safety
Grade 10 Driving and Road Safety
When nearing an intersection marked with a "yield right of way" sign, you are required to
  1. slow to a safe speed and enter when way is clear
  2. stop and then enter slowly
  3. keep the same speed and look both ways
Grade 10 Driving and Road Safety
Why are rear end collisions so common on interstate highways?
  1. following too closely
  2. high speed
  3. improper braking
Grade 10 Driving and Road Safety
You are parked alongside the curb. Before entering the travel portion of the street or highway you should
  1. look in the rear view mirror before leaving the curb
  2. make sure it is safe to pull out by looking back over you shoulder and give the proper signal
  3. give the correct signal and slowly pull out from the curb
Grade 10 Driving and Road Safety
It has just reached freezing. Which of the following areas is slippery?
  1. Shaded area
  2. Bridge
  3. Wet-looking road
  4. All of the above
Grade 10 Driving and Road Safety
Grade 10 Driving and Road Safety
When driving in an area where children are walking or playing you should
  1. drive to the left of the roadway for safety
  2. slow down, proceed with extreme caution
  3. sound your horn and warn then you are approaching
Grade 10 Driving and Road Safety
What should you do if you take the wrong exit on an interstate highway?
  1. continue off the ramp
  2. stop at once
  3. turn around on the ramp
Grade 10 Driving and Road Safety
What is the best way to check the sides and rear of your vehicle?
  1. adjust your mirrors to see clearly before starting, and check regularly
  2. rely on turning and looking at your blind spots
  3. check your reflection in other vehicles
  4. stop every 50 miles to check
Grade 10 Driving and Road Safety
An anti-lock braking system will
  1. Let you drive faster
  2. increase your stopping distance
  3. increase a vehicles ultimate stopping power
  4. keep your brakes from locking up when you brake hard
Grade 10 Driving and Road Safety
You are offered a drink but you plan to drive a friend later, what do you do?
  1. Take the drink, you'll be fine
  2. Take a couple of sips then go
  3. Say "no" to the drink
  4. Take the drink but secretly dump it somewhere
Grade 10 Driving and Road Safety
When overtaking or following another vehicle at night why should you use your low beam headlights?
  1. High beam headlights reflect in the rear view mirror, blinding the driver ahead of you
  2. You can better judge the distance of the car ahead
  3. You can see the roadway ahead from the highlight of the car in front of you
Grade 10 Driving and Road Safety
Most automobile skids are the result of
  1. mechanical defects in the automobile
  2. driving too fast for the weather and road conditions
  3. over inflated tires
Grade 10 Driving and Road Safety
If you run off the pavement you should
  1. increase speed and cut wheels sharply to get back on the pavement
  2. apply brakes lightly and reduce speed before returning to the pavement
  3. apply brakes hard and cut wheels sharply to return to the pavement
Grade 10 Driving and Road Safety
When entering an interstate highway you should:
  1. take advantage of the entering lane to adjust your speed for proper merging
  2. speed up to enter the highway as fast as possible
  3. stop as soon as you enter the entrance lane to be sure you can enter safely
Grade 10 Driving and Road Safety
A vehicle shall be driven within a single lane and you must not change lanes unless
  1. the roadway does not have a center line
  2. the movement can be made with safety
  3. the driver ahead is driving slow and holding back traffic
Grade 10 Driving and Road Safety
The driver of a car waiting to make a left turn should
  1. leave wheels straight until turn is started
  2. turn wheels to the left
  3. turn wheels slightly to left to speed up turning
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