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DRIVER EDUCATION FINAL STUDY GUIDE
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To stop in an emergency situation when your car does not have ABS brakes, you should A. pump the brakes B. slam on the brakes C. apply hard steady pressure without locking up your wheels D. slam on the brakes so you lock up all the wheels C. apply hard steady pressure without locking up your wheels
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When planning to make a left turn across an intersection and you are waiting in the middle of the intersection, your tires should be turned: A. to the left B. it depends on the sharpness of the turn C. straight ahead D. to the right C. Straight ahead
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When you park your car uphill next to a curb, the right front wheel should be: A. parallel to the curb with the brake set B. turned to the left so the back of the wheel is against the curb C. turned to the right with the wheel touching the curb D. all of the above B. turned to the left so the back of the wheel is against the curb
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The measure to be used by a driver who is following a vehicle under good road conditions is: A. 2-second following distance B. 10 feet for every ten miles per hour you are traveling C. 1 car length for every ten miles per hour you are traveling D. 3-second following distance A. 2-second following distance
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When is it legal to cross a double solid yellow line?: A. never B. always C. only when you are making a left turn into a business or home driveway C. only when you are making a left turn into a business or home driveway
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When you see a flashing yellow light at an intersection, you should A. yield to all traffic before crossing the intersection B. stop the enter the intersection when safe to do so C. slow down and cross the intersection carefully C. slow down and cross the intersection carefully
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When you see a “Roadwork Ahead” sign, you should A. brake and be prepared to stop B. slow down and look for the roadwork C. look for the roadwork D. drive the posted speed limit and look for the roadwork D. Drive the posted speed limit and look for the roadwork.
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When a car with bright headlights comes toward you at night, you should: A. allow other drivers to pass B. look below the lights C. look toward the right edge of your lane D. None of the above C. look toward the right edge of your lane
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When you want to change lanes, you can see if another vehicle is in your blind spot: A. only if you check your side mirrors B. only if you check both mirrors C. only if you check your rearview mirrors D. only if you turn and glance over your shoulder D. only if you turn and glance over your shoulder
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When you are driving on the freeway and the vehicle in front of you is a large truck, you should drive A. no more than 1 car length behind so the driver can see you B. farther behind than you would for a
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