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12. The definition of a “controlled” intersection is?
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13. When 2 vehicles arrive at adjacent corners at a four way stop sign, which driver yields? 14. A driver of a vehicle who drives through private property to avoid a traffic signal is susceptible to? 15. When 2 roads intersect with no traffic lights or regulatory signs, this is classified as what type of intersection? 16. What is the safest way for a driver to approach an uncontrolled intersection? 17. You miss your highway exit, what should you do? 18. The best way to approach an upcoming curve is to? 19. The “Law of Physics” makes a vehicle want to do what, when is approaches a curve? 20. When permitted, drivers may turn “right on red” after they first do what? 21. The steps to approaching an intersection, making a left turn from a 2-way road to a 2-way road are? 22. When approaching an intersection that has a traffic light displaying a “steady” yellow light, you should? 23. A “stop” sign has how many sides and is what color? 24. When approaching a RR crossing with flashing lights, drivers must do what? 25. On a 2-lane “undivided” road, a school bus is stopped with red lights flashing, drivers must do what?
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26. A school bus is dropping off students in bulk at a school. At what speed are you permitted to pass? 41. What are the specific hours that a driver is required to use their headlights? 43. Under what circumstances is it ok for drivers to use their “high beams”? 45. When should drivers use their “low beams”? 47. What is the parking distance from a fire hydrant? 48. What is the parking distance from a crosswalk? 49. What is the parking distance from a stop sign?
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  • Fall '12
  • AmyJohnston
  • Road, Traffic light, Traffic law, Yield sign, Pedestrian crossing

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