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50 Cards in this Set

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If you see farm equipment ahead traveling the same road as you,_______pass them on the right
exercise patience
Driving decisions depend on learned information, realistic perceptions and _____.
sound judgments
Cruise control should not be used__________.

in the rain

Young children can sustain serious injuries from ______, which deploy even in a low speed crash.

air bags

Highway hypnosis is related to ____________.

drowsy driving

If you are stuck in a traffic jam and you can feel your anger rising, you are experiencing an emotional challenge called ________.


One major advantage of push/pull steering from the low-hand position is________
enhanced vehicle control because the arms stay close to the body and maintain a more stable vertical body position
Most skids are caused by_________.

driver error

While you are passing on a two-lane road, _________.

identify a safe space to return

If you can see an emergency vehicle with flashing lights ahead, ______.

Do not follow too closely

If you are involved in a collision and the vehicles are still operational, _______.

Move the out of traffic

The majority of drivers involved in collisions are people who have a _____driving record.


Fatality related to motor vehicle traffic is the number one cause of accidental death and motor vehicle collisions are the leading cause of death for people ages _____.

3 to 33

If intervention is not working, instead of driving with the impaired driver, then______.

Call a cab

Using an octane rated higher than your vehicle______.

does not increase power

If you take sedatives, you could experience____.

Impaired reflexes

Over__________people were killed in 2005 in alcohol-related crashes.


If your vehicle begins to hydroplane, you should _____.

reduce your speed

In general, for males it takes the liver up to ________ to process approximately one drink.

One Hour

If you park off the shoulder after a breakdown, ________.

Be mindful of tall dry grass.

Aggressive driving can be defined as operating a vehicle in a manner that is likely to________.

Endanger someone

When your rear-view mirror is set to its night setting, it may hamper your ability to_________.

Judge the distance of traffic behind you

Traffic engineers and lawmakers have designed our roads, laws and traffic controls to help drivers __________ what other road users are about to do.

anticipate and predict

Alcohol begins to affect you__________after it enters your body.


After you start your vehicle, ensure that the ___________are off.

warning lights

If an approaching driver refuses to switch his high beams to low, you should_____.

locate the white line marker and use it to guide you

Traction control systems__________the driver.


Looking at the ground beside a moving vehicle helps you judge its__________.


n the U.S., each year approximately _______people are injured and around 40,000 people are killed in traffic collisions.

3 million

Never ________ on or near a railroad track.
Text can be used with a diamond symbol to delineate__________.
reserved lanes
When approaching a railroad crossing, you must look_____.
both ways
Alcohol is quick to find its way to the brain because______.
The brain contains more blood
One of the most important things you can do while driving is to concentrate on the__________of your passengers.
If you see raindrops splashing on the surface of the road or if you are forced to drive through a puddle or standing water, __________.
avoid hard braking and overly aggressive steering
Among those killed, teenage drivers have the highest death rates per miles driven among all age groups, followed by elderly drivers and young ________.
adult males
_________is one of the top three factors associated with fatal crashes.
All of these answers are correct.
New pedestrian and school zone signs exist on the roadway to warn drivers of an approaching crosswalk. They are_______.
fluorescent yellow-green diamond-shaped
When you are tired your _________ shrinks.
peripheral vision
On a three or five lane roadway, when you have a broken yellow line on your side of the road,_________.
give the right-of-way to oncoming traffic
If you are a passenger and have your seat reclined with your safety belt on, in the event of a crash, ______.
your body could slide forward, increasing the chance of injury
Risk while driving is defined as the probability of _______, damage or loss.
When being passed by a motorcycle,________.
stay in your lane
If you pack your vehicle full, you should_______.
reference your owner's manual for maximum load weight
When you enter traffic from a stopped position, always yield the right-of-way to_________.
All of the answers are correct.
Stay ______ when going through a curve.
on the right side of your lane
Slick or wet, low-traction surface conditions make it hard to control the speed and _______of your vehicle.
Electronic highway message boards communicate______.

Safety messages

There are usually _______ collisions in a motor vehicle crash.


Turn on your________ well in advance of your maneuver to turn or change lanes.