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What does the stop sign mean?
This sign means that you must stop completely. Give the right of way to pedestrians in your path and to all across traffic before proceeding.
You must stop before:

1. A market or unmarked crosswalk

2. A stop line

3. Before entering an intersection
What does the yield sign mean?
This sign means that you don't have the right of way. It tells you to slow down, so you can stop quickly if you must. It also means youn must give the right of way to:

1. Traffic in the intersection

2. All tracfic close enough to be dangerous.

3. Pedestrians crossing your path.
What are the most common devices used to warn drivers that construction work is ahead?
1. Barricade
2. Panel
3. Cone
4. Drum
5. Barricade
What do you do if a traffic light disfunctions?
Your use the rules for a
4-way stop
What do the yellow lines on the road tell you?
Yellow center lines are used to separate traffic in opposite directions.

A SINGLE YELLOW BROKEN LINE is used to mark tyhe enterline where there are two lanes of traffic. You must drive to the right of the centerline. When it is safe, you may cross this line or turn or pass another vehicle.

DOUBLE SOLID YELLOW LINES are used to mark the center of the road way when there are four or more lanes of traffic. You may not coss the lines to pass. You may cross these line to make a turn.

A NO PASSING LINE is a single solid yellow line used on two - lane roads to indicate zones where passing is prohibited. You may cross this line to make a turn.
What do the white lines on the road tell you.
White lines separate lanes of traffic moving in the same direction.

SINGLE DASHED WHITE LINES may be crossed when you can do so safely.

SINGLE SOLID WHITE LINES indicate that movement from lane to lane is hazardous. The wider the line, the greater the hazard. You may cross this line only with great care.
What does Red Pavement Marking or Reflectors indicate?
That a roadway must not be enetered.
Crosswalks are normally two solid white lines painted across trafic lanes. However they are also painted two other different ways. What are those ways and why are the painted that way.
Sometimes crosswalks are painted diagonal and longitudinal lines. The reason for this is they add more visbility.
What are a combination of solid yellow and dashed yellow lines in the center of a roadway and may be used by vehicles traviling in either direction, but left turn manuevers only and must never be used for passing?
Two - Way Left Turn Channelization.
What are the 5 things you do before entering your vehicle?
1. Look around for any obstacle that might interfere with safe drivng. Like a child's toy.

2. Notice any children standing around your car.

3. Check your tires.

4. Make certain there are no leaks under the car.

5. Make sure the mirrors, directional signals, head, tail, and break lights are clean and not broken.
What are the 10 things you need to do before starting your engine?
1. Make sure all windows are clean remove anything blocking your view.

2. Adjust your seat

3. Adjust seat and head restraint.

4. Adjust rear view mirrors.

5. Make sure doors are locked and closed

6. Make sure car is in park or neutral gear.

7. Make sure everyone in car is belted.

8. Check gauges to assure they work correctly.

9. Check windshield wipers, and there is sufficient cleaning fluid in reservoir.

10. Make sure you are mentally and physically ready to drive.
What are the seat belt statistics?
1.Seat belts reduces the chance of serious injury and death by 60% to 80%

2. 80% of deaths occure in cars traviling less than 40 mph

3. 75% of crashes are within 25 miles of home.

4. Chance of being killed are 25 times greater if your thrown from the car.

5.Non belted fatalities have been recorded at as low as 12 mph.

6. Once every ten years you are expected to be in a car crash.

7. There is less than one-half of one percent chance of being trappen in a burning or submerged car.

8. The force of impact a 10 mph is equal to the force of a 200 pound page of cement droped froma first story window.
The law requires that All Children must be bukled. There are four different categories what are they.
1. Birth to 20 lbs - rear facing fedderally approved car seat.

2. 20 lbs to two years - federaly approved car seat.

3. 3-4 years booster seat with restraints.

4. 5 years and over - seat belts.
Tires and Steering Wheel
1. It is not safe to drive on tires less than 1/16 inch of tread

2. If steering wheel moves two inches or more without moving the car, it has too much play.
When should a driver rest? What are some ways of fighting fatigue?
A driver shoud rest every two hours and not drive longer than six or eight hours a day.
You can fight fatigue by: taking a break, having a cup of coffee, chewing gum, litening to the radion, or letting some fresh air in your car