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Driving and Safety (Grades 11-12)

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Driving and Safety

Instructions: Select the correct answer to each question.

The risk of car accidents escalate when a teenage driver:
  1. has one or more teenage passengers.
  2. drives alone.
  3. uses anti-lock brakes.
  4. drives defensively.
Which one of the following is illegal to do behind the wheel?
  1. Eat.
  2. Play the radio loudly.
  3. Texting.
  4. Have a dog on your lap.
A driver will lose his/her license if he/she is convicted of:
  1. Driving without a license.
  2. Passing a stopped school bus.
  3. Failing to yield the right-of-way.
  4. Speeding more than 75 mph in a 55mph zone.
When driving around a sharp curve, a driver should:
  1. Stay as far to the left of the lane as possible.
  2. Brake in the sharpest part of the curve.
  3. Hug the right side of the lane.
  4. Accelerate.
Pedestrians should always walk:
  1. On sidewalks.
  2. on the bike paths.
  3. with traffic.
  4. against traffic.
Headlights may be turned off:
  1. 1/2 hour before sunset.
  2. on a sunny day.
  3. on a foggy day.
  4. 1/2 hour before sunrise.
Once you pass another car on the left you should:
  1. stay in the passing lane.
  2. move back over to the right lane.
  3. drive faster to avoid collision.
  4. slow down for others to pass.
When encountering a flashing yellow light, the driver:
  1. should stop.
  2. should slow down.
  3. should continue driving the same speed.
  4. should yield to other drivers.
To help regain control while sliding on ice:
  1. turn the wheels in the opposite direction of the slide.
  2. accelerate to get past it.
  3. brake hard to stop the slide.
  4. turn the wheels in the same direction the rear is sliding.
A child can move from a car seat to a booster seat when:
  1. at any time.
  2. when they are 2 and more than 20 pounds.
  3. they are 3 and more than 30 pounds.
  4. they are 4 and more than 40 pounds.
Children under the age of 1 should be in a:
  1. booster seat.
  2. forward facing car seat.
  3. rear facing car seat.
  4. all of the above.
What hand position is not best for driving?
  1. 9-3
  2. 10-2
  3. 8-4
  4. None of the above
A seasoned driver can take up to 3/4 a second to recognize the need to brake. It can take a new driver up to:
  1. 1 seconds.
  2. 1.25 seconds.
  3. 1.5 seconds.
  4. 2 seconds.
When driving in reverse you should:
  1. turn the wheels in the direction you want to go.
  2. turn in the wheels opposite direction you want to go.
  3. keep both hands on the steering wheel.
  4. use the side mirrors.
How far before a turn should a driver use the turn signal?
  1. Turn signals are a courtesy.
  2. 25 feet.
  3. 100 feet.
  4. 500 feet.
When an emergency vehicle is approaching, a driver should:
  1. immediately pull over to the side if safe.
  2. brake hard.
  3. stop and block traffic.
  4. try to outrun the emergency vehicle.
Resting the foot over the brake in anticipation of stopping, is called:
  1. cover braking.
  2. defensive braking.
  3. emergency braking.
  4. braking.
A driver who is 100% on the task and will do anything possible to avoid a collision is a/n:
  1. mature driver.
  2. defensive driver.
  3. offensive driver.
  4. neutral driver.
A driver's following distance should be no less than            seconds in good weather, and            seconds in inclement weather.
The area of the car that cannot be seen while facing forward is a                               .
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