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What do two flashing red lights mean?
That there is a train
What does a flashing yellow light mean?
Be aware of construction areas, intersections, or emergency vehicles like Tow Trucks
If you are taking a right turn on red, and there is no sign, what do you do?
STOP. Then turn when the way is clear.
When are left turns on left permitted?
ONLY when turning from a one way street to another one way street
What does a yield sign mean?
You should slow down and yield to traffic on the road you are entering/crossing
When are the three times a driver must yield to a pedestrian?
When pedestrians are in a crosswalk at an intersection and there is no traffic
light (the crosswalk does not have to be marked).
• When turning a corner and pedestrians are crossing with the light.
• In any situation that could threaten the pedestrian’s safety.
Drivers turning left must yield to oncoming vehicles which are going BLANK or
turning BLANK.
straight, right
Drivers on a minor road should yield to drivers on what other type of roads?
main
At a 3-way, 4-way, or 2-way stop, who goes first?
The driver that reached the intersection first
When two cars reach an uncontrolled intersection at the same time, the car on
the BLANK should have the right-of-way.
right
Remaining on the Left lane in a limited access highway is?
ILLEGAL!
If there are three or more lanes, what is the Left lane used for?
Drivers who want to turn or pass
Which Side do you pass on?
The Left!
When Turning, Turn into the Lane BLANK to you.
Nearest
If you start to make a turn, do what?
Follow Through!
When backing into a street, be sure to give a
signal before backing into the street, stay in the BLANK lane, then give a BLANK before
pulling back out when safe to do so.
right,signal
If you are parallel Parked, make a _______ _______before pulling out.
Turning Signal
What do you do if you're praked on a hill?
Move your tires so the car will roll off to the side of the street.
You need to Know Where to look!
5 bullet Points!
1.Looking ahead
2.Taking in the whole scene
3.Looking to the side
4.Looking behind
5.Checking speedometer
Focus eyes how many seconds ahead?
10
Scan; especially for what three things?
vehicles
people
signs
Rule Number one at an intersection(3 steps):
(1) Look both ways.
• Look to the left first, since traffic coming from the left is close to you.
• Then, look to the right.
• Take one more look to the left before you pull out, just in case there is
something you did not see the first time.
Rule Number two at an intersection:
(2) Do not rely on traffic signals.
• At an intersection, look both ways, even if other traffic has a red light or
a stop sign. Someone may disobey either one.
Rule Number three at an intersection:
(3) Make sure you have a good view.
• If your view of a cross street is blocked by a building or a row of parked
vehicles, edge forward slowly until you can see.
• If traffic in one lane is blocking your view of another lane, wait until it
clears. If you try to look by placing the front of your vehicle into the
other lane, you may get hit.
Cross a railroad crossing with speed?
yes- so you can coast over! Be very careful!!
What are the four steps in parrallel parking?
1
Check to the rear to
make sure it is safe to
do so, then stop
smoothly even with
the car ahead and
about a foot and a half
away from it, and give
a turn signal.
2
Turn wheel sharp right
and back slowly
straight toward car
behind.
3
When clear of car
ahead turn wheels
sharp left and back
slowly to car behind.
4
Turn wheel sharp right
and pull toward curb
in center of parking
space.
Do what if you are Parked on a Hill?
Move your wheels so if you roll off, you will go away from the road.
Three steps to Intersections:
(1) Look both ways.
• Look to the left first, since traffic coming from the left is close to you.
• Then, look to the right.
• Take one more look to the left before you pull out, just in case there is
something you did not see the first time.
(2) Do not rely on traffic signals.
• At an intersection, look both ways, even if other traffic has a red light or
a stop sign. Someone may disobey either one.
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(3) Make sure you have a good view.
• If your view of a cross street is blocked by a building or a row of parked
vehicles, edge forward slowly until you can see.
• If traffic in one lane is blocking your view of another lane, wait until it
clears. If you try to look by placing the front of your vehicle into the
other lane, you may get hit.
Cross Walks usually are what color?
Yellow or White
Four Steps to Changing Lanes:
1. Make sure no one is trying to pass you
2. Check Blind Spots
3. Watch Left Side mirror and left shoulder
4. Make sure other drivers are aware if you slow down
Where is another person’s blind spot?
Slightly to the rear of the vehicle
Three Backing-up Rules:
1. Check vehicle is clear before getting into the car
2. When backing straight to the rear or to the right, look over your right shoulder
directly through the rear window. When backing to your left, look over
your left shoulder. Do not depend on your mirrors.
3. Back slowly. Your vehicle is more difficult to control when you are backing.
Continue looking back until you come to a complete stop.
When do you dim your high beams?
500 feet of an oncoming vehicle, 200 if a vehicle is behind you
When do you turn on your headlights?
Anytime when conditions are poor, sunset, or you have trouble seeing other vehicles
When are three times to use your horn?
When you pass another driver and it appears that he might pull in front of
you.
• When approaching a driver who is not paying attention or may have trouble
seeing you.
• When coming to a place where you cannot see what is ahead (for example, a
steep hill or a sharp curve).
If you have mechanical trouble and have to stop, follow these SIX rules:
• Pull completely off the road, to the right if possible.
• If you cannot get completely off the roadway, try to stop where your vehicle
can be seen from a distance. Do not stop just over a hill or just around a
curve.
• Turn on your emergency flashers to warn other drivers. If your vehicle does
not have flashers, then turn signals may be used instead.
• Lift the hood to show others you need assistance.
• Give other drivers plenty of warning. If you have flares, put them 200 or 300
feet behind the vehicle. This allows other drivers to change lanes, if necessary.
• If you do not have emergency flares, stand by the side of the road and wave
traffic around your vehicle. Use a white cloth flag or a piece of clothing.
When are seven times to use your turning signal?
Parallel Parking.
• Making a turnabout (turnaround)
• Change lanes or pass another vehicle.
• Turn at an intersection.
• Enter or leave a freeway or interstate highway.
• Pull away from the curb.
• Pull over to the side of the road.
Signal how many feet before turning at an intersection?
100
If you are going to stop or slow
down at a place where another driver does
not expect it, do what?
Tap your brake pedal to warn
other drivers.
What is the Speed limit on off-street parking facilities.
15 mph
What is the Speed limit for All motor vehicles in residential districts.
And as you enter the limits of most towns?
35 mph
What is the speed limit on Open highways.
And Urban interstate and limited access highways?
55 mph
What is the speed limit on Rural interstates and Limited Access Highways?
65 mph
Do what before entering a curve, because breaking in a curve can cause what?
slow down, a skid
On wet roads, reduce speed by how much?
5-10 mph
On snow, reduce speed by how much?
half
On ice, reduce speed by how much?
5-10 mph
What does an orage sign indicate?
Something having to do with construction and maintenance
At night, never drive so fast that you cannot what?
stop withing the distance of what you can see with your headlights
In rain, fog, or snow, when you can only see about 100 feet ahead, how fast should you drive? what lights should you use
30 mph
low-beam headlights
When you come to a hill or curve, what should you do?
Ajust your speed so can stop if there's a slow car, ect. in your lane
While entering/leaving traffic, do what?
always keep same speed as others while on main road
What is the minimum following distance?
2 seconds
When is a three-four second following the minimum?
On Slippery Roads, With Motorcyclists, Passing esp. someone passes you
Previous Question Continued (4)
Blocked View, Heavy Load or Towing.Following Large Vehicles, stopped on a hill
When do you need a space cushion to the side?
Multi-Lane Streets.Oncoming Vehicles.Entering Vehicles, Parked Vehicles.
If you are being followed too closely, do what?
If
there is a right lane, move over to the right. If there is no right lane, wait until
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traffic is clear, then flash your brake light and reduce speed slowly to encourage
the tailgater to drive around you or increase his following distance.
4 people who have trouble seeing you:
Drivers at intersections, or driveways, whose view is blocked by either buildings,
signs, trees, or other vehicles.
• Drivers backing out of driveways or parking spaces.
• Drivers whose windows are covered with snow or ice.
• Pedestrians with umbrellas in front of their faces, or hats pulled down over
their eyes.
Give five examples of distracted people, for whom you should give more space:
Delivery people.
• Construction workers.
• Children, who often run into the street without looking.
• Drivers or people who are talking to each other, tending to children, or looking
at maps.
-confused people (tourists)
When is it required to stop for a bus?
when following
a bus that is stopped on a two-lane road or you are going in the opposite
direction of the bus on a highway that has less than four lanes, as they are generally
not divided.
for a funeral procession you should...
...give it the right of way and make no action to interrupt it or anything if the procession is led by an escort
vehicle displaying flashing yellow, red, or blue lights. The only exceptions are
when the right-of-way is required by an emergency vehicle, when vehicles in
the procession are directed otherwise by a police or safety officer, or when the
vehicle is a train or locomotive.
for an emergency vehicle you shoud...
yield the right-of-way to any
vehicle displaying a flashing red or blue light or sounding a siren.you must immediately drive to the right side of
the road or to the curb, clear of any intersection, and stop. You must remain
stopped until the emergency vehicle has passed,DO NOT BLOCK AN INTERSECTION
It is also unlawful to follow any emergency vehicle closer than BLANK feet.
500
While driving behind a truck, what do you always want to see?
Their rear-view mirrors
What can an on-coming truck create?
air turbulence
Never pull into the open space beside a truck
if...
... the driver is going to turn
what is the blood-alcohol level illegal?
.08%, .o4% is drunk, underage is .02%
When will you go to jail for DUI?
Operating a motor vehicle in excess of 30 mph above the posted speed limit.
• Operating a motor vehicle in the wrong direction on a limited-access highway.
• Operating a motor vehicle that causes an accident resulting in death or serious
physical injury.
• Operating a motor vehicle while the alcohol concentration in the operator’s
blood or breath is .18 B.A.C. or more within two hours of cessation of operation
of a motor vehicle.
• Refusing to take a blood, breath, or urine test requested by a police officer.
• Operating a motor vehicle while transporting a passenger under the age of 12
years old.
Have a BLANK attitude
Helping out
What is minimum insurance coverage?
$25,000 for body, $10,000 for property
Any person failing to satisfy a judgment rendered against him for damages
resulting from the operation of a motor vehicle, within 60 days from the date of
said judgment will
be suspended for 15 years, or untill judge is satisfied
How many is a big warning points?
six points
For underage within 2 years?
4
Points expire after how many years?
2 years