Chapter 2 New Jersey Driver Testing
1. To apply or receive a license a New Jersey Resident must prove their age and residency by presenting
_points of ID.
2. To pass the vision test requirements your vision must be at least (may be
DRIVER EDUCATION UNIT
1. All motorists can reduce their chances of a collision by knowing and using the standard
2. T or F
If a motorist is angry or excited, he/she
Name _ Period:_
Chapter 3 Driver Safety and the Rules of the Road
1. This answer is not yet in the manual. New Jersey Idling law states that a vehicle may not be idling
for more than _minutes. Penalty for breaking this law is a fine of _$_ to
Other Road Users
Pedestrians are the _ largest category of motor vehicle
In most cases, pedestrians have the _ of _ at all intersections.
One out of _ NJ residents is _ years or older.
Mature drivers may expe
Chapter 7-Penalties: Losing your Driving Privilege
Driving is a _ not a _.
A habitual offender is a driver whose _has been suspended _times in
List the reasons why someone would lose their driving privileges:
DRIVER MANUAL Chapter 9
New Jersey residents who buy a new or used vehicle must _, register and _
it before driving it on public roads.
If a motorist moves into the State of New Jersey, the law requires his/her vehicle to be _ and
AN OPPORTUNITY FORYOU TO BE. CRMTIVEEE So very often, tests, quizzes,
reports, etc; determine your grade. You will have an opporttmity to earn '7
Igoints by compieng a poster. Topics will be any area
NAME _ DATE_
RUBRIC GRADING SHEET
Possible Points Points Earned
Preparation (on time and complete)
Meets Format/Requirements (all questions answered)
Answers clear and precise
ADDITIONAL Talking Points to cover for the Final exam.
Pg. 67 crosswalk fine = $500, up to 25 days in jail, up to 6 months, and 2 points
P. 124 points for operating a vehicle on private property. 2 points
Pg. 121 review the probationary driving program an