Driving

In Texas, individuais under the age of_ must complete a clrivers education program to abtain a lice nse.

C. 25

If you are 15 years old, you are old enough to obtain___.

B. An instruction permit

The golden rule of safe driving is:

C. Treat others as you want to be treated

By law, your liability insurance policy must provide___for a single person who is injured or killedina collision.

B. $30,000

According to the Journal of the Anerican Medical Association, fatal crash rates involving 16-to-19-year-old dricers are over 50% higher in states where:

C. No GDL program exists

The termination of a licens until the driver meets certain requirements is known as a ___.

B. Revocation

Which of the following is not a requirement in the first phase of the graduated drivers license program?

A. You must complete 20 hours of behind- the wheel instruction.

In which of the following situations are you not required to present evidence of financial responsi bility?

B. Getting your car repaired

Which of the following requests a peace off icer are drivers not required to perform?

C. Sign an admission of guilt.

The____estabtishes general guidelines concerning licensing and vehicle registration.

A. Natiebal Highiway Safety Act

Traffic flow is dedined in terms of how many____.

C.vehicles pass a given point in on hous.

One inclication that you cas safely return to your lane ofter passing another car is:

C. You can see the car's front tires in your rearview mirron

When packing on the side of the road, your wheels must be within ____of the curb.

C. Eighteen inches

When a car wishes to pass you, you should:

B. Move to the right side of your lane

Black ice is:

A. A transparent glaze of ice on the road

If you are hacing teoble with your car, you sholuld inform ithers by acticating the car's ______.

A. Hazard lights

If your turn signals are not functioning and you need to make a right turn, you should:

C. Stick your left arm out the window angled upward

For which of the following are you not required to sighal before hand?

B. Speeding up

Traffic is able to trocel faster on expess ways because:

C. There are no roads intersecting it

In most emergency situations, it is dangerous to :

A. Slam the brakes

You can be considered intoxicated for having a BAC over the legal limit, and for:

C. No having normal use of your mental faculties

Marijuana is likely to make adriver:

C. Respond passively to a hazard

The illegal drug most often detected in inpaired drivers is____.

A.Marijuana

A 12-ounce beer with an alcohol content of 5% would have a proof of _____.

A. 10

Marijuana is primarily considered a _____.

C. Hallucinogen

If you injure someone in a coll, sion and are found to have been driving drynk, you can be convicted of _____.

A. Intoxication assault

Which of the following is not a cost associated with a drunk driving conviction?

B. Lncreused costs for medical care.

A drug is:

C. Any substance that affects your normal body functions

Which of the following is considered a depressant?

B. Codeine

Before you turn 21, your drivecs liense can be suspended or recoked for:

A. Any alcohol- related offense

Which of the following is not a problem that truck drivers face?

C. A poor view of the road ahead of the truck

No Zones are:

B. The blind spots around alarge truck

Which of the following is not a danger associated with large trucks?

A. Large trucks preparing to turn leff may seem to be turning right.

Frequently, as low- moving vehicle will display____

B. An orange triangle

You should always leave_____ next to you for bicyc lists to pass safely.

A. Three to four feet

When you are stopped by low enforcement, you should:

A. Keep your hands on top of the steering wheel

Which of the following vehicles can be powered both by an engine and by peda is ?

C. A moped

To maneuver a motorcycle, the operator must:

B. Lean in the direetion they want to go while turning the handlebars the opposite way

You can be confident that a teuck driver can see you if :

A. You cars see one of the truck's side mirrors

If you are driving near a horse drawn carriage, you should:

C. Leave extra space and pass cautiosly

When stopping a car with antilook brakes abruptly, you should:

C. Push down on the brake pedal hard

Which of the following is a myth about seat belts?

B. Seat belts are unnecessary on short trips.

A child must be over_____before he or she no longer needs to ride in a safety seat.

A. 4'9" tall

The " click it or ticket" program has:

C. Increased seat belt usage in the state

Air bags are most likely to cause injuries to:

A. Children under 12

Which of the following cehicle improvemets is not designed to incrase driver visbility?

C. Tempered side windown

Which of the following is generally only found is cars with manual transmission systems?

B. A clutch pedal

A/ an ____ is designed to be positioned facing towards the rear of the back seat.

B. In fant car bad

The purpose of the driver's headrest is to :

A. Decreuse the chance of a neck injury

_______provide a more level ride by raising or lowering a carls wheels.

C.Suspenenion stability systems

If you're parked curbside, a potential hazard that you must be especially watchful for as you approach your car is _______.

C. Vehicles opproaching from behind your car

In addition to checking your mirrors before changing labes, passing, or braking , you should scan your mirrors automatically every____.

B. 6 to 8 seconds

A good place to go if you need to pump air into your tires is ______.

A. A gas station

As soon as you get in your car, you should put your keys_____.

In the ignition

When you need to enter a curve, you should use _____ acceleration techiques.

C. Smooth

In the ideal driving position, your:

C. View of the road should not be obstructed by your bood

When you hold the steering wheel, your right hand be at a position corresponding to ____on a clock.

A. 3 o'clock

Which of the following is not an advantage of BGE mirror settings?

B. You will have a better view of vehicles directly behind you.

Which of the following is not a maintenance procedure that must regularly be perfomed by a professional?

B. Car wash

Which of the following is typically not a factor influencing now long it will take you to stop?

A. Dispensotion time

When entering traffic, you should activativate your turn signal affer:

C. Selecting the proper gear.

When you stop behind another car, you should be far enough to see:

C. Where its rear tires touch the ground

One way to determine if a vechicle is approaching from around a vlind intersection is to:

B. Listen for honking cars

When performing a two- point turn, you should try to avoid______.

A. Driveways where cars are parked

Before entering a perpendicular space, you should stop your car______from the space.

C. Six to eight feet

The most ideal way to perform a two-point is by?

A. Backing into a deiveway on your right

The component that allows a car to execute complex maneuvers is ______.

C. The driver's brain

You should only change lanes if you can enter a gap in traffic of at least

B. Four seconds

When you back up, you should turn the steering wheel in the direction______.

B. You want the back of the car to go

To maintain control of you car, you should back up no faster than _______.

A. 5mph

When entering traffic, you should activate your turn signal adter

C. Selecting the proper geur

When you stop be hind another car, you should be far enough to see:

C.Where its rear tives touch the ground

One was to determine if a ceh icle is approaching from around a blind intersection is to:

B. Listen for honking cars

When performing a two-point turn, you should try to avoid_____.

A. Driveways where care are parked

Before entering a perpendicular space, you should stop your car _____from the space.

C. Six to eight feet

The component that allows a care to complex maneuvers is________.

C. The driver's brain

You should obly change lanes if you can enter a gap in traffic of at least_____.

B. Four seconds

When you back up, you should turn the steering wheel in the direction_____.

B. You want the back of the car to go

To maintain contvol of your car, you should back up no faster than______.

A. Glave recovery

Yout_____allows you to discern detail and recognie specific things.

A. Central vision

Zone 2 is the ______.

B. Left front zone

The space between your car and your visual target is known as the _______.

A. Path of travel

Your sense of_____could indicate that there is something wrong with your car or your health.

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Your line of sight is :

A. The path from your eyes to the objeet they're viewing

Poor depth perception can cause a driver to:

C. Stop too soo or too late

Which of the following situations does not typically call for additional following distance?

A. A law speed limit is in effect

People with hearing problems can compensate while driving by:

B. Turning their head more aften

At night, a problem that people with poor bight cision face is :

A. Difficulty disceming low-contrast objects

You will typically need a gap of about four seconds to_____.

A. Change lanes

If you see a crosswalk signal flashing , you should look out for:

B. Pedestrians hurrying across the street

The safest position in traffic is the place:

C. With the fewest vehicles around you

If a car is tailgating you, you should assume that:

B. The driver may rear-end you if you brake abruptly

If a pedestrian begins to cross your path when you have

B. Stop or divert your car

Each of the following steps should be perfore you execute a maneuver, except:

C. Rely on others to help you

As you search the road, your eyes should:

C.Shift rapidly between important areas

When preparing to maneuver, you must:

B. Scan the entire road

If a driver seems confused or distracted, you should:

A. Increase you following distance

By remembering to perform space management tasks, you can avoid:

C. Maneuvering of the last minute

Which of the following is a sign you're on a one-way street?

C. Only white lane marking are on the road.

When approaching a curve to the right on a narrow road, you should drive in ______.

B. Lane position 2

The sense that you are driving more slowly than you actually are is known as ______.

C. Velocitation

Urban, suburban, and rural areas with speed limits up to 50mph are considered____enuironments.

B. Moderate risk

If there is a hill or curve within a third of a mile aheced of you, you shold:

B. Never beging passing

Gridlock occurs when:

C. Vehicles get stuck in the middle of an intersection

Which of the following is not a risk typically associated with driving in the city?

B. Soft shoulders

One hazard associated with driving downhill is :

A. Brake failure

A hazard speeifically associated with residential roads is _______.

B. Speed bumps

When using a center left turn lane, you should

C. Remain in the lane for no more than 200ft

Before driving on an expressway, you should:

A. Figure out what exit you'll be using

If there is no room for you to enter at the other side of an intersectiob, you should:

C. Wait to enter the interseclion

If you have an equipment failure while driving on an expressway, you should:

C. Turn on your hazard lights and move to the shoulder

If one of your front tires goes flat, the car will ________.

B.

If your engine stalls or is turned off, you will lose_______.

C.

If your hood opens while you're driving, try to see the road ahead by looking ________first.

C.

Which of the following give the proper air pressure for cars tires?

B.

If your oil is low when you check it, add________ of oil to your engine.

A.

If you leave the scene of an injury collision without completing your legal and insurance requirements, you may face penalties including ______.

B.

If your car enters water deep enough to sink in, immediately _______.

B.

When the vehicle you're in strikes an object and comes to a stop, what happens to your body?

A.

You can minimize the force of impact in a collision by _________.

A.

Just before colliding with another vehicle, you should ________.

C.

You can minimize the force of impact in a collision by _______.

C.

In a typical collection suffered by _________, a single vehicle leaves the road and collides with a stationary object a high speed, while the driver makes no attempt to avoid the object.

A.

When you are involved in a collision, the first thing you must always do is _________.

C.

If you are involved in a collision but are not responsible for it, ________.

B.

The jolt you feel when your car speeds up or slows down suddenly is called ________.

C.

When you are involved in a collision, the first thing you must always do is _______.

C.