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48. How far from a railroad crossing do you need to stop? 49. When can you pass another car? Chapter 5 50. What should you do if your car drifts off the road? 51. What should you do if you experience brake failure? 52. What should you do when you are being passed? 53. What should you do when driving in the city? 54. If your cars starts to skid what should you do? 55. At what speed does hydroplaning occur? 56. What part of the road should you drive on to avoid hydroplaning? 57. What is the accident prevention formula?
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58. What should you do if you have a tire blow out? 59. What should you do after driving through a deep puddle? 60. Why is a good following distance important? 61. How many seconds should you follow behind another vehicle in good conditions? 62. What should you do if you gas pedal sticks? 63. What do you need to remember when driving at night? 64. How can you avoid highway hypnosis? 65. What is the best way to communicate with other drivers? 66. When are road surfaces most slippery? Chapter 6 67. What does driving under the influence mean? 68. What is the best way to reduce the chance of being in an alcohol related crash? 69. What can sober a person up? 70. If a you have a B.A.C. of .05%, .10%, .15% your chances of being involved in a crash increase by how much? 71. A 12 oz can of beer is equal to a __ oz glass of wine and a ___ oz shot of whiskey? 72. Your B.A.C. depends on what? 73. What does alcohol impair? 74. What are some other drugs that affect driving? 75. What can happen if you serve alcohol and someone drives from your house and is involved in a crash?
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Chapter 7 76. How many points for: driving on private property to avoid a signal, 77. What is the B.A.C. limit if your are under 21?
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