No Passing Zone
No passengers, unless they are family members
Yellow, Green, Brown
Red, Orange, White
Red, Yellow, White
Black, Blue, Green
20 miles per hour
25 miles per hour
30 miles per hour
35 miles per hour
Consume food or beverages
Drive with headlights on during the day
Talk on the phone
Text on the phone
Getting out of the way of others
Who goes first or gets priority
Letting other drivers go first
How you get priority over others
Stopping until your car reaches the stop line, then accelerating again.
Stopping until your vehicle is no longer moving.
Pausing at the stop line for a nanosecond.
Stopping until your vehicle is no longer in the intersection.
Before the crosswalk.
Before the stop sign.
Before entering the intersection.
Wherever the driver feels more comfortable.
Do not enter sign.
The driver on the right should go first.
The driver turning left should go first.
The driver turning right should go first.
The first driver to get to the intersection goes first.
Police, emergency, and construction vehicles
Emergency and towing vehicles
Police and emergency vehicles
Construction and emergency vehicles
Yellow lines are center lines, white lines are edge lines.
Yellow lines cannot be crossed, white lines can be crossed.
Yellow lines mean that they are regulatory lines, white lines mean they are guiding lines.
Yellow lines mean traffic in both directions, white lines mean traffic in the same direction.
Lock doors, enter car, adjust mirrors, adjust the seat, turn the ignition, put on seat belt put key into ignition.
Check the car exterior, lock the doors, adjust the mirrors, put key into ignition, put on seat belt, start the car, adjust the seat.
Check the car exterior, enter the car, adjust the seat, put key into ignition, adjust the mirrors, start the car, put on seat belt, lock the doors.
Check the car exterior, enter the car, lock the doors, put key into ignition, adjust the seat, adjust the mirrors, put on seat belt, start the car.
What speed you are traveling at.
How far you have traveled with the car.
What time and temperature it is.
How much oil is in your engine.
There's not enough oil in the engine.
There's an issue with the emissions or electrical system.
The engine is overheating.
The engine is about to explode.
What driving and steering habits you have and what controls you can manipulate.
What visual habits and control skills you need, how much time and space you need, and if the maneuvers are legal.
What visual habits, control skills, and time you need as well as how much speed you need to make the maneuver.
What visual habits, steering skills, how much time and space, and how much speed you need.
It means to hold the steering wheel as far on top as possible.
It means to sit up as far up on your seat as possible.
It means to look far down the road in order to get a wide view of traffic and hazards.
It means to look towards the horizon of the road.
Visualize or mentally picture
Hurry up and decide
Visualize and immediately perform
Picture and wait for your chance to execute
Very little pressure
Maintenance, steering, and fueling
Handling, accelerating, and power
Accelerating, power, and stopping
Accelerating, steering, and braking
The quicker you get to your destination.
The more likely you will get a speeding ticket.
The longer it takes for the car to stop.
The more fuel you burn in the car's fuel tank.
With both eyes.
With one eye.
With the corners of your eyes.
In your side and rear view mirrors.
On the top of the steering wheel.
On the bottom of the steering wheel.
On the backside of the headrest of the passenger seat.
On top of the gearshift.
Make sure that there are no cars behind them.
Speed up right until they actually start turning the wheel.
Slow down to a crawl so they have time to make the turn.
Pull over to the right and stop until the road is safe to turn around.
Until the back bumper is completely off of the main road.
Until the back bumper is past the sidewalk of the side street.
Until the front bumper just clears the crosswalk of the side street.
Until the front bumper is inline with the fire hydrant.
The left lane of traffic.
The road on the opposite side of the street.
The right lane of traffic.
When your front bumper is inline with the mailbox of the driveway you're using.
When your front bumper is in the middle of the driveway.
When your back bumper is just beyond the driveway.
When your back bumper is in the middle of the driveway.
Pull over to the right, speed up to pivot the car to the left, stop when the car is on an angle, reverse to the right, check for traffic, then drive into your lane as fast as possible.
Pull over to the right, stop and wait until traffic is completely clear, signal a left turn and turn towards the left, stop when the car is perpendicular to the street, shift into reverse and back up sharply to the right, check for traffic, shift into drive and drive into your lane of traffic.
Slow down the car, signal to the left, when clear swing the car to the left, stop when the car is perpendicular to the street, reverse sharply to the right, shift into drive and pull into your lane.
Slow down the car, swing over to the right, then sharply turn the wheel to the left, stop the car when you are about to hit the curb, sharply reverse the car into the right lane, shift into drive and slowly drive forward in your lane by steering to the left.
Make a headcheck and physically check your blind spot
Check your rear view mirror for any other oncoming cars
Quickly glance toward the lane you intend to enter
Hand motion to the other cars that you are changing lanes
The car behind them.
The car to their right.
The oncoming traffic.
The front end of the car they just passed.
They should always speed up.
They should always stop and wait their turn to go into traffic.
They should either speed up or slow down depending on traffic.
They should always slow down.
The car is just starting to exit the stall.
The car is halfway out of the stall.
The car is almost out of the stall.
The car is in the middle of traffic.
The car's front bumper is inline with the back bumper of the front car.
The car is halfway past the front car.
The car's back tires are inline with the front car's back bumper.
The car's back tires are inline with the back car's back bumper.
Uphill without a curb
Uphill with a curb
Downhill without a curb
Downhill with a curb
Signal to the right and pull over, stop the car and put the car into "park", set the parking brake, and turn the wheels to the right.
Signal to the right and pull over, stop the car and put the car into "park", set the parking brake, and turn the wheels to the left.
Signal to the right and pull over, stop the car and put the car into "park", and turn the wheels to the right.
Signal to the left and pull over, stop the car and put the car into "park", set the parking brake, and turn the wheels to the right.
Slow down and be checking for traffic, especially on the left and right
Checking for traffic, especially in the front
Slowing down and checking the traffic on the right
Slowing down and checking for traffic behind them
Point of no return
Point of danger
Area of danger
Area of no return
An uncontrolled intersection
A controlled intersection
A protected intersection
An unprotected intersection
An unprotected turn
A protected turn
A controlled turn
An uncontrolled turn
Like any other intersection
They should approach it cautiously and act as if they have a yield sign
They should stop and wait for another car
The driver can just go whenever they want without stopping
Yield to traffic in the circle
Wait for the signal
Stop until it is their turn
Enter when they want