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Who always has the right of way? Pedestrians in the crosswalk. Traffic coming to a four way stop after you.

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Vehicles entering a freeway When the roadway is wet, the best way to keep from hydroplaning is to: drive at constant speed keep your speed down

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firmly apply the brakes If you see orange signs and cones on the freeway, you must: slow down because the road ends change lanes and maintain speed

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slow down and watch for road construction workers and equipment Yellow lane markings separate: traffic lanes on one way streets. vehicles going in opposite directions (two way traffic).

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are allowed if no bulges or ply separations are visible You should always travel: at the speed of other traffic, no matter how fast others are going. if road and weather conditions allow, no faster than the posted speed limit

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according to the road and weather conditions. Drivers who slow down gradually and avoid unnecessary braking eliminate delays in heavy traffic save fuel and brakes

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waste fuel and brakes Make room for vehicles entering the freeway by: maintaining your speed and position stopping.

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moving over a lane if there is no one next to you If you are turning at an intersection, when should you start signaling? It doesn't matter where you start to signal as long as you start to signal. About one block before the turn.

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About three seconds before the turn. If you miss your exit on the freeway, you should:

get off at the next exit and re-enter the freeway to go back to the exit you missed

Only the area directly in front of a large truck Studies have shown that people who use marijuana: are more alert drive as safely as those who have not used it 14. pull off the road so traffic behind you can pass. road work and people working What is the "No Zone"? The area alongside. stay at your speed and hold your lane position 17. You are planning to turn left. or when it is safe to do so. The motorcycle plans to go straight.turn around at the next median crossover 10. back up on the road or shoulder A vehicle that is not in good mechanical condition: costs more to run and is more likely to break down or cause a crash should be driven only during daylight hours 11. should only be driven short distances Orange colored signs and flags mean "be alert for": carpool lanes speed zones 12. 200 feet behind and 20 feet in front of large trucks Only the areas directly behind a large truck 13. On a two lane roadway. slow down even more What is the only thing that will sober you up? Time . make more mistakes You should move in to the bicycle lane to prepare for a turn: whenever you plan to turn only when it is safe to do so never You and a motorcycle are approaching each other at an intersection. 16. Neither driver must yield The motorcycle driver You. you should: either speed up. when you drive so slowly that you hold up other vehicles. Who must yield? 15.

Fresh air 18. move over to the right lane and continue driving Dim your lights for an oncoming vehicle whenever you come within: 1. 500 feet (about one block) If a vehicle is close behind you and wants to pass: slowly reduce your speed to increase room in front of your vehicle so there is plenty of space for the passing vehicle once it has passed you signal the vehicle when it is safe for them to pass increase your speed. what is the proper way to check the "blind spot"? Look in the outside mirrors Quickly look over your shoulder. Coffee Before crossing double railroad tracks. anytime As you drive faster. you should fill out the back of your drivers license and tell your family so that . increase your speed to get away from other vehicles stop and take a rest break as soon as it is safe to do so 22.000 feet (about two blocks) 250 feet (about a half block) 23. When changing lanes. to get the vehicle off your tail 24. it is safest to use a cellular phone: only when driving through a residential area only when you pull over to the side of the roadway and stop 20. toward the direction you intend to go Look in the rearview mirror To use your drivers license to state that you want to participate in the organ donor program: 25. you should: 21. above the speed limit if necessary. it is most important to: look farther ahead turn on your headlights drive with both hands on the steering wheel If you are driving and find that nothing seems to help you stay awake. you should wait until the train: has cleared the roadway is well down the track so you can see that both sets of tracks are clear 19. is out of sight When you are driving. either right or left.

15 mph When parking your vehicle on a level surface. you need special permission from your doctor Which statement about the tires on your vehicle is correct? In cold weather. you should: put it in PARK (or in gear if it is a manual transmission) and make sure the wheels are straight put it in PARK (or in gear if it is a manual transmission) and set the parking brake put it in NEUTRAL. and set the parking brake 30. what should you do? 32. keep tire pressure low for better traction Worn or bald tires do not affect how your vehicles perform 27. do as the light directs no matter what the officer directs . make sure the wheels are straight. What is the normal speed limit in a school zone when children are present? 35 mph 25 mph 29. An emergency vehicle using its siren and emergency lights approaches you. You should: immediately stop where you are until the emergency vehicle has passed pull over to the side of the roadway and stop until the emergency vehicle has passed slow down and proceed with caution until a traffic officer directs you to stop At what age must you wear safety belts or be secured in an approved car safety seat? 31. You are on an undivided roadway.your wishes are known you must be in excellent health 26. Two years old and younger all ages must wear safety belts or be secured in an approved car safety seat. you may turn right at a red light if: you stop and yield to pedestrians and other vehicles before turning you slow down and proceed with caution you can never turn right on red 28. Low air pressure in tires decreases fuel mileage Unless a sign says you cannot. Two years old and older If you see a police officer directing traffic. If there is a traffic light.

Do not signal for the turn because it would be too confusing for other drivers When turning at an intersection. start slowly. Slowly enough to be able to stop if a vehicle suddenly appears at the posted speed limit with your vehicle in neutral You are coming to an intersection with these pavement markings. except when passing or entering high-speed traffic. Most vehicles get about 20% more miles per gallon at 75 mph than 55 mph Varying your speed can add 1. Which is a true statement about getting more miles per gallon 39. high performance tires If you closely watch you speed you can save fuel. If you intend to turn 50 feet beyond and intersection. cross as few lanes of traffic as possible Hydroplaning (tires riding on top of the water): is not a danger if you have front wheel drive can occur at low speeds if tires are bald will only occur with extra-wide. you should always stay to the right of the midpoint of the intersection turn from any lane if no other traffic is present 38. You need to approach the "blind" intersections.3 miles per gallon .Stop and park your vehicle Do as the police officer directs Trees. Quick starts can decrease mileage. Where should this cushion of space be? 35. Only to the front and rear On all sides Only to the rear 36. What do the markings tell you? 34. The vehicle in the right lane must turn right The two lanes will merge into one You may make a right turn from only the right lane Defensive drivers keep plenty of space between their vehicle and other vehicles around them. 33. where should you start to signal? Signal 100 feet before you intend to turn Signal after crossing the intersection so other traffic won't think you are turning at the intersection 37. buildings and parked vehicles near intersections can block your view of vehicles coming from the side.

keep your vehicle going straight. What should you do? 47. and apply the brakes when the vehicle has almost stopped 44. You are driving on a rural two lane. What is the BEST action to take to avoid a crash? Swerve to the left (into the oncoming lane) Swerve to the right. two-way road and there is an oncoming vehicle. pump the brakes and turn the vehicle toward the shoulder of the road to keep from losing control increase your speed and turn the vehicle toward the ditch to avoid striking other vehicles decrease your speed. The only time you are NOT required to stop when approaching a school bus with flashing red light and activated STOP arm is: when you are driving on a one way street when there is more than one lane of traffic going in the same direction when you approach it from the front on the opposite side of a divided highway 42. Sound your horn Wisconsin law says you must do which of the following before passing another vehicle on a rural two-lane road? 45. you should drive: close to the right hand side of the road close to the center line to the left of the center line You experience a tire blow out while traveling down the highway. Shift down into passing gear Flash your headlights 46. Signal with directional signals before changing lanes A solid yellow line on your side of the center of a two lane road means: you may pass at any time pass only with extreme caution do not pass A person with a guide dog is in the street in front of you. .40. What can you do to make sure other see your vehicle? Turn on your windshield wipers Turn on your headlights Always use your high beam headlights 41. Suddenly. it swerves into your lane and is headed straight for you. You should: 43. When preparing to make a left turn from a two way street. going off the road if necessary.

look directly in front of your vehicle Safety belts: keep you in a position to control the vehicle cause your body to speed up if you are in a crash 53. you should: look from side to side and well ahead look at the middle of the road 52. before starting to drive When backing a vehicle. use light braking. then release brake hard and keep on braking hard until the vehicle has stopped or the danger has passed 51. are not required by law The correct time to adjust your seat and mirrors is: after you have driven about a mile when you are stopped at a stop sign or light 54. on your right who got there first on your left To stop on snow covered roads in a vehicle without ABS (anti-lock brakes).Stop at least ten feet away until they have safely crossed the street Flash your lights. The guide dog will keep the person safe An intersection has stop signs at all corners. is to: use only the emergency brake The proper way to use ABS (anti-lock brakes) in an emergency situation pump the brakes brake firmly. gently pumping the brakes apply the brakes as hard as you can without locking up the wheels 50. you should: 49. what speed is best for control? Back about as fast as a slow run Back about as fast as a slow walk Back at the posted speed limit . You must yield the right-of -way to the driver: 48. The guide dog is trained to move the person off the street when it sees flashing lights nothing. When looking ahead.

you should: maintain speed and steer straight slow down and give the plow as much room as possible stop immediately and wait until the plow passes You are passing a truck. When the rear of your vehicle skids you should shift to NEUTRAL and pump the brakes until the vehicle comes to a complete stop brake hard and turn the wheel in the direction opposite the skid turn the steering wheel in the direction you want the vehicle to go. turn the steering wheel back the other way 61. A flashing red traffic light means: slowly proceed ahead without stopping stop. then resume speed 62. Wait until the light stops flashing 56. When is it safe to return to the driving lane in front of the truck? 58. When you can see both the truck's headlights in your rearview mirror Which statement about crashes is true? A crash must be reported when there is $1000 or more in damage to any one owner's property A crash must be reported only when there is an injury A crash must be reported only if all parties agree that the authorities must be notified 60. fog may cause glare when your lights shine through it. slowly reduce speed to encourage the tailgater to drive around you After stopping you can turn right on red only from the travel lane farthest to the right .55. As soon as it begins to straighten out. Use high beams When approaching a snow plow on a rural highway. When you are one car length ahead of the truck When your rear bumper is even with the front bumper of the truck 59. you should speed up to increase the distance from the vehicle behind you apply your brakes to slow down. Other vehicles see how can you best reduce this glare and still? Use low beams Use only parking lights 57. If you are being followed too closely (tailgated). At night. Go only when the way is clear stop.

your headlights should also be on If you have a bright colored vehicle. Carefully drive around them Stop at least 10 feet away until the person has safely crossed the street 68. slow down and increase following distance Turn signals must be used only when other traffic is approaching you only when other traffic is following you 70. whenever you plan to turn of change lanes To keep control of your vehicle when you are in a curve. Honk at them so they get out of the way When driving on snow covered roads you should maintain speed if you are driving a vehicle with front wheel drive maintain speed but increase following distance 69. you should slow down while in the curve .from any lane only if there is a right turn arrow Headlights help others see you when it is raining. others can see you without headlights 64. Headlights are useful only at night If your vehicle is equipped with air bags you do not need to wear safety belts you will need to push a button to make them inflate 65. you still need to wear safety belts You should allow an extra cushion of space when following a station wagon when following a driver whose view to the rear is blocked when following a passenger vehicle When approaching an intersection where your view of the cross street is blocked. you need to 66. snowing or foggy. What is a good rule about using headlights? 63. come to the intersection slowly enough to stop if a vehicle suddenly appears drive the posted speed limit put your vehicle in neutral What should you do if you see a person with a white cane in the middle of the street? 67. If your windshield wipers are on.

The "blind spot" is the area directly underneath your vehicle the area directly in front of your vehicle the area alongside and slightly to the rear of your vehicle that you cannot see by looking only in the mirrors 75. continue driving Clear the intersection. about three blocks before the turn When you back up your car rely on your rear view mirror look over your right shoulder through the rear window depend on both side and rear view mirrors .slow down before entering the curve maintain the same speed in the curve as when going straight You are driving on a divided roadway with two lanes of traffic going in each direction. let the other driver take action to clear the lane Before you enter an intersection you should right. even if you are in the middle of the intersection If you are turning at an intersection. then right 73. What does this law mean Any on who drives in Wisconsin agrees to submit to a chemical test for intoxication if asked by a police officer If asked by a police officer to submit to screening for alcohol. an emergency vehicle is approaching with its siren on and lights flashing. then left again Wisconsin has an "implied consent" law. then pull over to the curb 76. Another vehicle moves along side you and stays there. adjust your speed so traffic does not get bunched up behind you maintain your speed and lane position 72. Stop immediately. across. To free up one lane you should 71. left. As you drive through an intersection. right. What should you do? If the emergency vehicle is coming toward you. when should you start signalling? It doesn't matter where you signal as long as you remember to signal About one block before the turn 77. you may refuse without penalty You may contact an attorney before an arrest is made for operating under the influence of intoxicants 74. left. then right again left.

you should come to a complete stop if a school bus has come to a complete stop on the shoulder portion of the highway stopped on the highway and its flashing red lights are on activated its yellow caution lights and is stopped for railroad tracks 81. What should you do? Increase speed to hurry through the intersection because the light is about to turn red You may proceed through the intersection Slow down and stop before entering the intersection because the light is about to turn red 83. The crash does not have to be reported if there are no injuries call the police. If the driver of an oncoming vehicle fails to dim their high beams. prescription or non-prescription can lead to crashes and/or arrest 79. Drive away as quickly as possible Bald tires lose air pressure . You are approaching an intersection and the traffic control light is yellow. ten feet behind the vehicle What should you do if you are involved in a motor vehicle crash? Determine if there are injuries. Stay at the scene of the crash. Which one of these statements about drugs is true? Alcohol is not considered a drug A driver may use any prescription drug while driving Use of drugs. When following another vehicle on the road. your minimum following distance (under ideal conditions) should be four seconds behind the vehicle ten seconds behind the vehicle 84. Which of the following statements about "looking ahead" is true? You should look 10 to 15 second ahead to in order to scan the entire scene At highway speeds you should look no more than a block ahead At night you should look 30 seconds ahead 80.78. you should look straight ahead toward the center of the roadway toward the right side of the road 82. Do not move any vehicle involved unless it is blocking traffic 85. When you are on a rural two lane roadway.

Sound your horn Use your hand signal for slowing down Tap your brake pedal 3 or 4 times quickly .increase stopping distance are allowed if no bulges or ply separations are visible By law. Slow moving vehicle emergency vehicle park maintenance vehicle The driver of a vehicle may turn his/her vehicle and proceed in the opposite direction (U-Turn) at which location 88. What does this sign mean? 87. Activate the four way warning lights Car headlights must be lighted at all times dusk to dawn only whenever the existing light is too dim for you to see 500 feet ahead You come to the top of a hill and find a truck stalled in the road. Look in the mirrors quickly for vehicles behind you Tighten your safety belt 91. you must be able to see clearly through the windshield. Don't hang things from the mirror or clutter the windshield with decals Smoking does not cause a film build up on the windshield Window tinting can be added to all parts of all windows by the owner Some vehicles have a red-edged. Which of the following is the best way to warn the car following you? 92. Which statement below is true? 86. Any intersection where there is a traffic control signal Mid-block on any street in a business district Any two lane highway when turning can be done in a safe manner Which of the following statements is true about vehicles in a funeral procession? 89. orange triangular sign on the back. what should you do? 90. Only the first car must obey traffic signs and signals Only the first car needs to have its lights on They do not have to yield to emergency vehicles When you are preparing to turn into a side road or driveway.

2 to 3 seconds . What should you do if your car's turn signal do not work? Do not drive the car until the turn signals are fixed You may continue to drive. Experienced drivers If you are turning at an intersection. Never If it is a prescription drug during daylight only 96. but get them fixed as soon as possible You may continue to drive during daylight hours only Which of the places listed below usually freeze before the rest of the roadway? 94. Check your rearview mirror every 100. using hand signals. Gravel driveways Paved parking lots Bridges and overpasses When is it legal to drive after taking a drug that negatively affects your driving? 95. In an emergency Who can drink and drive safely Drivers over the age of 19 No one 97. you should start signaling at least 100 feet before the turn 200 feet before the turn it doesn't matter where you signal as long as you remember to signal To ensure that other cars can see you when you are driving. you should drive in the 99.93. far right lane and continually observe traffic conditions around you far left lane to avoid vehicles entering and leaving the roadway far right lane only at entrances and exits Check your rearview mirror frequently for traffic behind you. This way you can see if someone is following too closely. your headlights and taillights your windshield wipers your rearview mirror If you are driving below the posted speed limit on a multiple lane highway. you should inspect and fix (if necessary) 98.

6 to 8 seconds 20 to 30 seconds .