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Chapter AE / Exercise 15
Mathematics: A Practical Odyssey
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b. In bumper-to-bumper traffic, as in a Stau, move to the extreme right from the right-hand lane and to the extreme left from the left-hand lane to form a passageway in the middle.c. Both of the above. 145. What do drivers have to do when a vehicle with flashing lights and a multitone horn approaches? (para 19n)a. Clear the road immediately. b. Stop immediately. c. Both of the above. 146. Which vehicle has to wait? (para 19n)a. Vehicle 1. b. Vehicle 2. 147. Drunk driving is a felony in Germany and may result in imprisonment for up to 5 years. (para 26a)a. True. b. False. 148. What besides alcohol may impair a person’s ability to drive safely? (para 30e)a. Fatigue. b. Medication. c. Both of the above.
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95AE Pam 190-34/USAFE Pam 31-206 16 Nov 10No. Question(reference)149. Refusal to undergo a urine or blood alcohol content (BAC) test when requested to do so by the military police or security forces will result in revocation of driving privileges. (paras 16c(1)(a) and 26b(4))a. True. b. False. 150. If the German police suspect drivers of driving while intoxicated, they may demand, using force if necessary, that drivers submit to a urine or BAC test. (para 26c)a. True. b. False. 151. When may a horn be honked within city limits? (paras 24a and e)a. When a pedestrian suddenly steps out onto the roadway. b. When another vehicle suddenly backs into the street from a narrow driveway. c. Both of the above. 152. During daytime, where is it permitted to use headlights to signal the intention to pass? (paras 24c and d)a. Outside city limits. b. Within city limits. c. Both of the above. 153. Inside city limits, drivers may indicate their intention to pass by flashing headlights or sounding the horn. (para 24d)a. True. b. False. 154. A driver in the passing lane of the autobahn must slow down if he or she sees a vehicle approaching from behind with flashing headlights. (para 20b(9))a. True. b. False.
96AE Pam 190-34/USAFE Pam 31-206 16 Nov 10SECTION IIANSWERS 1. a 23. b 45. a 67. a 89. b 111. d 133. c 2. b 24. d 46. a. 68. c 90. a. 112. a 134. d 3. d 25. a 47. a 69. b 91. a 113. a 135. d 4. a 26. a 48. b 70. a 92. a 114. c 136. a 5. b 27. a 49. a 71. b 93. a 115. a 137. c 6. b 28. a 50. b 72. a 94. d 116. b 138. b 7. b 29. a 51. b 73. c 95. a 117. c 139. a 8. a 30. a 52. b 74. a 96. b 118. c 140. a 9. a 31. a 53. c 75. b 97. b 119. a 141. b 10. b 32. a 54. a 76. a 98. a 120. b 142. d 11. b 33. b 55. a 77. b 99. b 121. a 143. a 12. b 34. a 56. b 78. b 100. b 122. b 144. c 13. a 35. b 57. a 79. c 101. b 123. a 145. c 14. c 36. c 58. a 80. c 102. a 124. a 146. b 15. a 37. c 59. b 81. a 103. a 125. b 147. a 16. a 38. b 60. a 82. a 104. d 126. c 148. c 17. a 39. a 61. c 83. d 105. c 127. a 149. a 18. b 40. d 62. a 84. a 106. b 128. b 150. a 19. d 41. a 63. b 85. b 107. a 129. a 151. c 20. a 42. b 64. a 86. c 108. a 130. a 152. a 21. a 43. a 65. b 87. c 109. b 131. a 153. b 22. a 44. a 66. b 88. b 110. c 132. b 154. b
97AE Pam 190-34/USAFE Pam 31-206 16 Nov 10GLOSSARYSECTION I ABBREVIATIONS AE Army in Europe AF Air Force AFI Air Force instruction AR Army regulation BAC blood alcohol content cc cubic centimeter FRS field registration station HMMWV high mobility multipurpose wheeled vehicle ICC insurance confirmation card ID identification kph kilometer per hour MP military police mpg miles per gallon mph miles per hour NATO North Atlantic Treaty Organization OF optional form PM Provost Marshal, United States Army, Europe PMCS