Law enforcement personnel can be called.
You will have time to plan your escape if the hazard becomes an emergency.
You can help impaired drivers.
Accident reports will be accurate
A higher gear than you would use to climb the hill
None; newer buses can coast down hills.
The same gear that you would use to climb the hill.
A lower gear than you would use to climb the hill
Brake hard to avoid hitting it.
Hit with your vehcicle to knock it off the road.
Stop and direct traffic around it.
Steer around it without making a sudden or unsafe move.
Use a helper whenever possible.
Rely on mirrors for all information on your path of travel.
Use the highest reverse gear while backing
Back and turn toward the right side.
Let out 5 lb. of air from the tire.
Before the next trip, set the cold air pressure 5 lb. below the recommended level.
Recheck the pressure after the tire cools.
When you resume your trip, drive slower
Whether all vehicle lights are working and are clean
All of the above.
In a parking lot when the vehicle is not moving
When moving at 5 MPH.
At a special Brake Testing Center only.
When the vehicle is going downhill without a load.
Turning too sharply.
Not enough weight on the front axle.
All of the above
Turning the wheel back in the other direction after steering to avoid a traffic emergency.
Turning the steering wheel counterclockwise
Steering in the opposite direction from what other drivers expect you to do.
Using the steering axle brakes to prevent oversteering
Used when it is safe and legal to do so.
Dimmed at the time that you get within 100 feet of another vehicle
Turned on when an oncoming driver does not dim his/her lights.
All of the above.
If a hill or curve keeps drivers behind you from seeing the vehicle within 500 feet, the rear reflective triangle should be moved back down the road to give adequate warning.
The vehicle’s tail lights should be kept on to warn other drivers.
You do not need to put out reflective triangles unless the vehicle will be stopped for 30 minutes or more.
All of the above are true.
Steer to the right.
Use hard braking and brace for collision.
Steer into the left lane.
Steer into the oncoming lanes.
It is being driven by a student driver
It may be a slow-moving vehicle.
The vehicle is hauling hazardous materials
It is a law enforcement vehicle
Use your brake lights to warn drivers behind you.
Turn on your flashers.
Do all of the above.
After 5 hours.
After 7 hours.
After 9 hours.
Whenever you become sleepy.
A driver can use any prescription drug while driving
Use of drugs can lead to accidents and/or arrest.
Amphetamines (“pep pills” or “bennies”) can be used to help the driver stay alert.
All of the above.
You should use your turn signals to mark your vehicle when it is pulled off on the side of the road.
When turning, you should cancel the signal before you make the turn.
You do not need to use a signal when changing lanes in traffic on a four-lane highway.
When turning, you should signal early.
Come to a full stop at the top of the ramp.
Wait until you are in the curve before downshifting
Slow down to a safe speed before the curve.
Slow down to the posted speed limit for the off-ramp
Let the vehicle roll straight backwards a few feet before you engage the clutch.
Let the vehicle roll backwards a few feet before you engage the clutch, but turn the wheel so that the back moves away from the roadway.
Keep the clutch slipping while slowly accelerating
Use the parking brake to hold the vehicle until the clutch engages.
Judgment and self-control are affected.
The drinker can sober up in less time.
The drinker more clearly sees how alcohol is affecting him/her.
The effects of alcohol decrease
To the right side of the road.
To the left side of the road.
Back and forth, near and far
Straight ahead at all times.
Make turns as carefully as possible.
Stop and test the traction while going up hills.
Decrease the distance that you look ahead of your vehicle.
Drive alongside other vehicles.
You should look at a mirror for several seconds at a time.
Convex mirrors make things look larger and closer than they really are.
There are “blind spots” that your mirror cannot show you.
You should check your mirrors twice before making a lane change.
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