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Ninth Grade (Grade 9) Driving and Road Safety Questions

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Grade 9 Driving and Road Safety
The selector-lever position used for normal forward driving is:
  1. Neutral (N)
  2. Low (L1 and L2, or 1 and 2)
  3. Park (P)
  4. Drive (D)
Grade 9 Driving and Road Safety
When entering a vehicle from the street side, :
  1. check for traffic to the right
  2. approach from the front of the vehicle
  3. hold the door open to protect yourself
  4. approach from the back of the vehicle
Grade 9 Driving and Road Safety
The area to the rear of the vehicle not seen in mirrors is:
  1. not necessary for driver vision
  2. seen by adjusting mirrors
  3. a blind spot
  4. directly behind the vehicle
Grade 9 Driving and Road Safety
The alternator warning light indicates:
  1. the alternator is working OK
  2. the alternator is checking itself out
  3. the alternator is too hot
  4. trouble in the electrical system
Grade 9 Driving and Road Safety
For a routine stop, which of the following would be the safest and most efficient use of your brakes:
  1. make an easy stop over a long distance without breaking
  2. make a firm, quick stop with rolling wheels
  3. flash your brake lights, then brake gradually
  4. gradually decrease your brake pressure as you near your stopping point
Grade 9 Driving and Road Safety
Attempting to start an engine that is already running may result in:
  1. warning lights being illuminated
  2. electrical system damage
  3. expensive starter damage
  4. damage to the selector lever
Grade 9 Driving and Road Safety
If you are unsure about whether the engine has started:
  1. press the accelerator repeatedly
  2. continue turning the key
  3. press the accelerator once lightly
  4. turn the key to "off" and repeat the starting procedure
Grade 9 Driving and Road Safety
In a vehicle with automatic transmission:
  1. always come to a complete stop before shifting to another gear
  2. shift to another gear whenever needed
  3. accelerate and then shift
  4. slow down and then shift
Grade 9 Driving and Road Safety
Hold the steering wheel with:
  1. one hand outside at the bottom and the other inside at the top
  2. your hands on the bottom half of the wheel
  3. your palms pointing upwards
  4. your hands on the outside of the wheel
Grade 9 Driving and Road Safety
When you turn the ignition switch to "accessory":
  1. the key can be removed
  2. no electrical equipment will operate
  3. the engine will start
  4. the radio and electrical equipment will operate
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