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Question: In more than ______ of traffic collisions, human error is the cause. 1) 2) 3) 4) a) 60% b) 70% c) 80% d) 90%

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Question: Passing on the roadway should be done with: 1) 2) 3) 4) a) abandon b) caution c) both d) neither

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Question: Air bags are primarily designed to offer protection from crashes from the rear and side. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: If your brakes fail, you should keep your foot on the accelerator to keep your speed up.

1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: If your brakes fail, look for something to rub against. Try to pick something that will not give way. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: No passing to the left should be done when: 1) 2) 3) 4) a) approaching or upon the crest of a grade b) curve of a highway c) both d) neither

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Question: Highway hypnosis puts drivers at higher risk for having a collision. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: _________________ is/are involved in the establishment of traffic laws. 1) a) Planning and research 2) b) Fundraising 3) c) Political experience

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Question: Unsupervised and uncontrolled driving would lead to ___________ on the roadways. 1) a) no affect 2) b) improvement in the driving envoirnment 3) c) chaos

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Question: To avoid impaired drivers, you should drive late at night on weekends as no one drinks on weekends. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: If one vehicle is traveling at 20 MPH and another is traveling at 60 MPH, the 60 MPH vehicle has ______ times the force at impact as the 20 MPH vehicle. 1) 2) 3) 4) a) Three b) Six c) Nine d) Twelve

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Question: Additional time should be allowed for poor visibility and weather conditions such as fog and rain. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: If your motor vehicle experiences brake failure you should quickly pump your brakes and try to use any residual pressure in the brakes. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: Drivers should exercise ________ when approaching and proceeding through intersections. 1) 2) 3) 4) a) yourself b) extreme caution c) both d) neither

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Question: The liver's function is to _______ all-toxic substances from the body. 1) a) Concentrate 2) b) Remove 3) c) Keep the same

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Question: A __________ is a type of drug that temporarily stimulates some vital process or organ in the body. 1) 2) 3) 4) a) Stimulant b) Depressant c) Narcotic d) Hallucinogen

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Question: Theoretically speaking, if you are convicted of DUI, the penalties incurred can lead to the cost of "one" beer mounting to somewhere in the neighborhood of $8,000. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: When there are no other ways to return home after consuming alcohol, you must drive. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: The safe designated driver is the person who has _______ drinks. 1) 2) 3) 4) a) Less than three b) Two c) One d) No

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Question: If you are going the same speed, the greater the vehicle _______ the greater the force of impact. 1) 2) 3) 4) a) Weight b) Length c) Width d) All

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Question: Correct position of the headrest is when the headrest is close to the ________ of the occupants head with the headrest level with the middle of the ears. 1) 2) 3) 4) a) Front b) Back c) Side d) None of the above

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Question: Starting in model year 1998, all new cars and in model year 1999 all new light trucks must have dual airbags. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: When you check your lights, you should ensure that all the lights work and the lenses are clean. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: You do not need to worry about checking the engine oil; rebuilding or replacing the engine is easier and cheaper than changing the oil. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: Some techniques to aid the driver in aggressively scanning the roadway are: 1) 2) 3) 4) a) Look ahead b) Look to the sides d) Neither c) Both

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Question: During your scanning, you should look two seconds down the road for immediate hazards. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: This is the distance traveled from the time your brain tells your foot to move from the accelerator until your foot is actually pushing the brake pedal. 1) 2) 3) 4) a) Perception distance b) Reaction distance c) Braking distance d) Total stopping distance

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Question: Drivers should rely solely on their side mirrors when changing lanes. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: On the crossbuck or gate at the railroad crossing, there is a sign telling you how

many tracks are at that crossing. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: Traffic signs and street markings warn the driver of upcoming hazards or road changes that wait ahead. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: Alcohol does not affect an experienced driver's judgment. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: Regardless of your size and weight, it takes your liver about ____ hour(s) to remove one drink from your system. 1) 2) 3) 4) a) Three b) Two c) One d) No

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Question: Some of the factors used to approximate the value of loss for crashes are: 1) a) Public service costs

2) b) Property damage costs 3) c) Lost productivity 4) d) All of the above

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Question: For those convicted of DWI, society has to pay for their defense. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: If possible, change lanes and allow the tailgater to pass. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: Immediately after it has started to rain, dust particles and oil residue float on the water and drastically _______ the traction of tires. 1) 2) 3) 4) a) improves b) have no affect on c) reduces d) none of the above

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Question: When you follow a bicycle, _________ your following distance. 1) a) do not adjust 2) b) increase 3) c) decrease

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Question: When you are following a large vehicle, you should tailgate the large vehicle. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: When following a large vehicle, if you cannot see the driver in the large vehicle's mirrors, the driver can still see you. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: You should be on the lookout for pedestrians that cross: 1) 2) 3) 4) a) at mid-block b) against the light c) both d) neither

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Question: When passing a vehicle, first check to your front and rear, and move into the passing lane only if it is clear and you are in a legal passing zone. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: When you follow a bicycle, _________ your following distance. 1) a) do not adjust 2) b) increase 3) c) decrease

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Question: Developing appropriate attitudes depends on making a personal commitment to change attitudes that are unsafe. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: One of the two collisions that happen in a crash is: 1) 2) 3) 4) a) Impact of the car with the object b) Impact of the car with the air c) Both d) Neither

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Question: When you grip the steering wheel, you should place your hands on the steering wheel at the 3 and 9 or 4 and 8 o'clock positions to allow room for air bags to deploy. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: When you are following a large vehicle, you should tailgate the large vehicle. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: In more than ______ of traffic collisions, human error is the cause. 1) 2) 3) 4) a) 60% b) 70% c) 80% d) 90%

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Question: Driving a motor vehicle requires many coordinated functions which are __________ impacted by alcohol and other drugs. 1) a) Not 2) b) Adversely 3) c) Positively

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Question: As you continue to drink alcohol, the amount of alcohol stored in your body continues to: 1) a) Decrease 2) b) Stays the same 3) c) Increase

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Question: Loose objects flying around in your car during a collision cannot harm you. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: Tires are designed to grip the road and give the driver directional control. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: In rainy weather, braking distance is increased two or three times as the inability to brake hard leaves one traveling beyond the intended stopping point. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: Where possible, you should avoid driving through standing water.

1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: When you yield the right of way to another driver, it means that you go first. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: Driving while __________ will substantially alter one's judgment when behind the wheel. 1) 2) 3) 4) a) Irritated b) Upset c) Shaken d) All of the above

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Question: Adrenaline stimulates your senses preparing you to fight or flee from a dangerous situation. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: Unsupervised and uncontrolled driving would lead to ___________ on the roadways. 1) a) no affect 2) b) improvement in the driving envoirnment 3) c) chaos

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Question: Matching the vehicle speed and direction to the situation is one of the traits of a good driver. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: Alcohol does not affect an experienced driver's judgment. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: In the synergistic effect, each drug compounds the effect of the other, further altering the driver's ability to safely operate a motor vehicle. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: Regardless of your size and weight, it takes your liver about ____ hour(s) to remove one drink from your system. 1) 2) 3) 4) a) Three b) Two c) One d) No

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Question: Drivers do not need to be aware of road hazards and road conditions that may affect their vehicle. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: A driver whose vehicle becomes involved in a skid should not attempt to regain control of their vehicle; that will only make matters worse. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: Hydroplaning is when traction is lost as the wheels start to ride on the water and not on the road surface. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: Giving up the right of way to others helps to _______ collisions. 1) a) cause 2) b) avoid 3) c) understand

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Question: Around construction sites, the driver should be alert for construction workers and

equipment. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: At a railroad crossing, you should look for a train approaching the crossing. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: You can go around a traffic gate at a railroad crossing. Even if the gate is down, you could probably beat the train to the crossing. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: When the train has passed, start up right away; it is not necessary to look for another train on the same track or on another track. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: Limit lines show where drivers must stop prior to an intersection. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: The most extreme example of aggressive driving is called: 1) a) Road rage 2) b) Inattention

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Question: The ability to anticipate and determine upcoming driving hazards and conditions is adversely affected by stress. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: When disturbed by emotions, the driver is concentrating on the driving task. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: Traffic laws are made based on rash and hasty decisions. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: When you are emotionally distressed, you should talk to someone you trust and get some perspective on your problems.

1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: The ___________ of the brain is the first part of the brain that is affected by alcohol. 1) 2) 3) 4) a) frontal lobe b) cerebrum c) cerebellum d) mesencephalon

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Question: The synergistic effect is _________ with each combination, each time and each person. 1) 2) 3) 4) a) Different b) The same c) Has no affect d) None of the above

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Question: It's okay to fix your stare straight ahead and drift of into daydreams while driving. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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Question: Drivers should adjust their driving actions accordingly when: 1) a) the sun goes down

2) b) dusk approaches 3) c) nighttime driving conditions take effect 4) d) all of the above

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Question: A driver should insist on the right of way and force their way into traffic. 1) a) True 2) b) False

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