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    These types of drivers understand and follow the rules of the road and are watchful for those who do not follow them.

    A. Reckless drivers

    B. Aggressive drivers

    C. Defensive drivers

    D. Careless drivers

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    First Offense DWI in Texas can result in ______________.

    A. A fine of up to $2,000

    B. Three days to 180 days in jail

    C. Loss of driver license up to a year

    D. Annual fee of $1,000 or $2,000 for three years to retain driver license

    E. All of the above.

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    These types of drivers understand and follow the rules of the road and are watchful for those who do not follow them.

    A. Reckless drivers

    B. Aggressive drivers

    C. Defensive drivers

    D. Careless drivers

    C. Defensive drivers

    First Offense DWI in Texas can result in ______________.

    A. A fine of up to $2,000

    B. Three days to 180 days in jail

    C. Loss of driver license up to a year

    D. Annual fee of $1,000 or $2,000 for three years to retain driver license

    E. All of the above.

    E. All of the above.

    Visual interpretations when driving are two things: first, what the driver sees around him or her passively, so it is what the eyes receive, and the second is:

    A. How the driver understands and processes the things his or her eyes receive.

    B. How the driver disregards these things.

    C. How the driver violates these things whenever he can.

    D. How the driver appreciates all the colors he sees.

    A. How the driver understands and processes the things his or her eyes receive.

    The vast majority of collisions can be contributed to four factors:

    A. Vehicle Make and Model, Vehicle Design, Road Rage, and Driver's Behavior.

    B. Vehicle Equipment Failure, Roadway Design, Road Environment, and Driver's Behavior.

    C. Vehicle's Age, Roadway Design, Road Environment, and Driver's Experience.

    D. Vehicle Make and Model, Vehicle Design, Wideness of the Road, and Other Driver's Behavior

    B. Vehicle Equipment Failure, Roadway Design, Road Environment, and Driver's Behavior.

    True or False: Motorcyclists have half of the rights and responsibilities on public roadways as automobile drivers

    False

    This occurs when a layer of water builds between the wheels of the vehicle and the road surface, leading to a loss of traction that prevents the vehicle from responding to control inputs.

    A. Momentum

    B. Centrifugal Force

    C. Hydroplaning D. Force of Impact C. Hydroplaning

    When you drive in the city, there is a lot going on. Which of the following a driver must do?

    A. Do not drive impaired or fatigued

    B. Be mentally alert and manage your distractions

    C. Do not let the bustle of city life take your mind off the task of driving

    D. All of the above D. All of the above

    True or False: Reckless and aggressive driving is classified as a more serious, criminal traffic offense than careless driving or improper driving.

    True

    True or False: It is the duty of a passenger to always look a good distance ahead and to think several steps in advance.

    False

    True or False: When you see a yield sign, slow down, stop if necessary, and give the right-of-way to other traffic and pedestrians. In contrast, a stop sign requires each driver to stop completely before proceeding, even if no other traffic is present.

    True

    A motor vehicle other than a motorcycle being operated during darkness, inclement weather, or both is required to have at least how many lighted headlamps?

    A. 3 B. 4 C. 2 D. 6 C. 2

    This is the only BAC level at which safe driving can be guaranteed.

    A. 0.01% B. 0.00% C. 0.02%

    D. None of the above.

    B. 0.00%

    True or False: Sensation, perception, and reaction play a crucial role in a driver's perceptual skills.

    True

    The octagon shape is used exclusively for:

    A. Yield signs B. Stop signs C. No parking signs D. No U turn signs B. Stop signs

    Texas law also requires children of certain ages, weights and heights to be restrained by _______________.

    A. A federally approved child passenger restraint system

    B. Booster seat or safety belt when transported in any motor vehicle other than a public carrier for hire or school bus.

    C. All of the above.

    C. All of the above.

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    Many people write in to complain about Vallejo and our travails. I have never read anyone write about a common safety issue, not only people driving through Vallejo on I-80 are guilty of, but also …

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    By VALLEJO TIMES-HERALD |

    PUBLISHED: June 8, 2011 at 12:00 a.m. | UPDATED: August 29, 2018 at 12:00 a.m.

    Many people write in to complain about Vallejo and our travails. I have never read anyone write about a common safety issue, not only people driving through Vallejo on I-80 are guilty of, but also drivers in and around Vallejo are to blame for: not putting on their headlights during rainy, inclement weather.

    In 2005, Joe Simitian, an assemblyman from Palo Alto, had an amendment to Vehicle Code 24400 pass. Headlights need to be on when windshield wipers are on. From the DMV”s website:

    "V C Section 24400 Headlamps on Motor Vehicles

    Headlamps on Motor Vehicles

    24400. (a) A motor vehicle, other than a motorcycle, shall be ( )1 equipped with at least two headlamps, with at least one on each side of the front of the vehicle, and, except as to vehicles registered prior to Jan. 1, 1930, they shall be located directly above or in advance of the front axle of the vehicle. The headlamps and every light source in any headlamp unit shall be located at a height of not more than 54 inches nor less than 22 inches.

    (b) ( ) 2 A motor vehicle, other than a motorcycle, shall be operated during darkness, or inclement weather, or both, with at least two lighted headlamps that comply with ( )3 subdivision (a).

    (c) ( ) 4 As used in ( )5 subdivision ( )6 (b), “inclement weather” is a weather condition that is either of the following:

    (1) A condition that prevents a driver of a motor vehicle from clearly discerning a person or another motor vehicle on the highway from a distance of 1,000 feet.

    (2) A condition requiring the windshield wipers to be in continuous use due to rain, mist, snow, fog, or other precipitation or atmospheric moisture.

    Added Sec. 2, Ch. 415, Stats. 2004. Effectve January 1, 2005. Operative July 1, 2005."

    Please remember this ALL drivers. If it is pouring and you have your windshield wipers on, please realize that I may not be able to see you and your tail lights if you are in front of me… since you are too lazy, selfish and unknowledgeable to put your lights on. And why are you always driving a gray car/truck that blends in with dangerous storms such as we had this weekend?

    Karen Connelly

    Vallejo

    Re: ills of pro$titution

    Eliminating prostitution: Yes. It”s time span is no mystery as it is so often referred to as "The Oldest Profession" or, more accurately, to quote Brian Bates of john TV, " The Oldest Abuse of Women." So that would be a poor choice of words.

    Eliminating it from my neighborhood is the goal. Acknowledging that it will not di$appear, but it will MOVE when the busine$$ model become$ too ri$ky and co$tly (jail, downtime, fines.)

    Since we agree that it cannot be eliminated, the rational thing to do would be to locate it where it does not impact a neighborhood park with a playground for children, two schools, residential neighborhoods with businesses struggling to survive, including the struggle to convince the clientele that the business is located in a safe neighborhood. This is the area, as you may know, between Tennessee and Georgia, Marin and Sonoma Blvd.

    The next argument that always comes up is to legalize it, which seems rational. But it is said not to work. Also it is illegal at the state level and the cIty cannot buck the state.

    The suggestion that it should be "ignored" in a vacant or an industrial area raises the hackles of some, who probably also would admit that it cannot be eliminated, but who feel that it would be inconsiderate of the other areas or hypocritical in some way.

    Or the others who believe that only going after the johns will help.

    Or yet others who say only going after the pimps because they are the root of the crime.

    So there are all sorts of points of view.

    Many tenants have said they will move if this area does not improve. Many home and property owners only stay because their values have dropped below the cost of the mortgage and they cannot afford to move.

    If they all moved anyway due to the truly unpleasant aspects and the dangerous aspects and the costly aspects, this potentially beautiful area would take a nosedive into decay that would not ever invite a recovery.

    BJ Conrad

    Vallejo

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