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Drivers Training - 2

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1. total stopping distance for 50 mph

2. When meeting and on-coming vehicle on a 2 lane 2 way road - adjust your lane position slightly to the _____.

3. Freeway - _______ access; easy on - easy off.

4. Flashing Yellow Light: Proceed with _______.

5. A ____-__ collision is the most dangerous type of collision.

6. By law - a child of less than 4 years old may occupy the front seat in a child safety seat if the ___ ___ is turned off and the back seat is occupied by children of less than 4 years old.

7. In a multiple lane roundabout - you should change lanes ______ entering.

8. Evaluate the multiple hazards and give the most space to the most dangerous hazard.

9. The best way to control consequences if you cannot avoid a collision is to control brakes and collide at an _____.

10. Alcohol alters _____ perceptions: cars may be closer than you think.

11. Situations can change _______ on rural roads.

12. At an intersection with a flashing yellow light - you should slow down and be prepared to _____.

13. When driving down a steep hill - you should never shift to _______.

14. If there is not enough room in that situation - wait behind the ______ car.

15. Driving too fast at night to be able to stop in the area that you can see.

16. How to determine who should go first when two road users want to occupy the same space.

17. __________ ________ is the distance that your car travels from the time you see a hazard unti lthe time your brain knows it's a hazard.

18. Signs with an orange background and black symbols.

19. Move your eyes _______ from area to area.

20. When stopping at railroad tracks - you must be at least __ feet away.

21. A child must be in a car seat if they are under __ years of age and under ____

22. Residential/School/Business Districts: __mph.

23. Control your _____ to perform good turns.

24. There must be a ____ or ________ ________ to turn from a lane other than the farthest one to that side.

25. You must signal at least ___ feet before maneuver.

26. Road rage is when a driver attempts to ____ another driver.

27. Prepare for intersection maneuvers at least _-__ seconds ahead.

28. Plan on at least _ seconds of stopping distance.

29. Pass parked cars at __ mph in residential areas.

30. A diamond shaped marking on the pavement means that that lane is reserved for _______ ________.

31. Acceleration Lane: Hold to the _____ on the acceleration lane. Match the _____ of the traffic.

32. Accelerating - braking - and turning should be excecuted __________.

33. total stopping distance for 70 mph

34. Use an _______ search pattern.

35. Add time for _______ speeds and _______ conditions.

36. Wind __________ may affect your ability to control the car.

37. Searching for driving related clues is _________ in different driving environments.

38. Watch for sharp ____-____ in construction. ____ _____ can blow you across lanes.

39. Tells the road users what they may or may not do in this specific area of the HTS.

40. Must wear ______. Can ride _ wide in lane. Front wheel braking causes ________.

41. Always look ____-_____ and ____ before entering an intersection.

42. Depressants ____ the central nervous system.

43. Highway Transportation System

44. You may turn left on a solid red onto a ___ ___ _____.

45. Avoid ____ ____ - give others the benefit of the _____.

46. Inertia pushes vehicles to the _______ of a curve in the road.

47. ___ _'s and _____ ______ above the lanes may indicate direction of travel.

48. A red (yellow) square - with a white (black) horizontal chevron - indicates a change in the horizontal alignment of the roadway.

49. To give other road users the right of way.

50. Aim high and keep your eyes moving.