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    Driver Education Standard 4 Pre

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    10th Driver Education Standard 4 Pre-Ass...

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    Show Answers See Preview 1. Multiple-choice 45 seconds 5 pts Q.

    What are the 3 components of an expressway that allows car to enter onto the road?

    answer choices Deceleration Lane Acceleration Lane Entrance Ramp Exit Ramp Merge Area 2. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts Q.

    When driving in strong winds the driver should make all steering, accelerating and braking actions

    answer choices short and aburpt smooth and gentle quick and small long and fast 3. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts Q.

    When stopped at a "T" intersection which vehicle must stop?

    answer choices

    The vehicle on the side (smaller) street

    The vehicle that arrives second

    The vehicle that is on the main street

    It depends on the drivers

    4. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts Q.

    What part of the roadway enables you to search for traffic flow, gaps, and evaluate speed and space requirements?

    answer choices Deceleration Lane Acceleration Lane Entrance Ramp Exit Ramp Merge Area 5. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts Q.

    When are roadways most dangerous during rain storms?

    answer choices First 15 minutes After 20 minutes Right after it ends

    When the road is dry

    6. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts Q.

    How far in advance should you begin searching ahead of an intersection?

    answer choices 4-8 seconds 10-15 seconds 15-20 seconds 20-30 seconds 7. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts Q.

    What is the name of the part of the expressway where cars can both enter and exit?

    answer choices Acceleration Lane Weave Lane Bowing Lane On Ramp 8. Multiple-choice 45 seconds 5 pts Q.

    How does a driver counter act/reduce the effect of glare? (select three correct answers)

    answer choices Wear sunglasses Adjust sun visors Turn on head lights

    Look down and to the right edge of the roadway

    9. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts Q.

    When stopping behind another vehicle at a traffic light you should be able to see...

    answer choices

    Where the tires of the vehicle in front of you meet the road

    The license plate of the vehicle in front of you

    The bumper stickers of the vehicle in front of you

    The mirrors of the vehicle in front of you

    10. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts Q.

    The weight shifts due to sudden turns while also changing speed your vehicle is

    answer choices Roll Pitch Yaw General 11. Multiple-choice 45 seconds 5 pts Q.

    Identify the 3 levels of braking that precede the need to lock up your wheels?

    answer choices Hard Soft Coasting Controlled Threshold 12. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts Q.

    The series of continuous positions your vehicle will occupy while traveling toward your target is your

    answer choices Path of travel Line of sight Field of vision Target area 13. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts Q.

    What helps a driver organize information into meaningful categories so decisions can be made easily?

    answer choices

    A time management system

    A vision management sytem

    A vehicle management system

    A space management system

    14. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts Q.

    Which form of vision allows you to recognize light and motion?

    answer choices Peripheral Focal Paracentral Far Near 15. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts Q.

    How would you explain closed zone around your vehicle?

    answer choices

    Space or area that is not available in the vehicles path of travel

    Space where you can drive without restrictions

    Open zone that is becoming closed or closed space that is becoming open

    16. Multiple-choice 45 seconds 5 pts Q.

    What two options below should you be EVALUATING in the driving?

    answer choices

    Will the zone I'm entering be open or closed?

    Is my passenger paying attention to me?

    What music should I listen to?

    What lane position is the safest?

    17. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts Q.

    What is the minimum recommended following distance between you and the vehicle you are following if you are driving 65 miles per hour?

    answer choices 2 seconds 4 seconds 6 seconds 8 seconds 18. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts Q.

    What is the outside force that causes the car to change its motion?

    answer choices Traction Moment Gravity Inertia 19. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts Q.

    What law requires you to slow down and change lanes when approaching a roadside incident where emergency personnel might be working?

    answer choices Slow down law

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    Sears Drivers Ed Segment 1 Flashcards

    Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards terms like LESSON 2 GETTING ACQUAINTED WITH THE VEHICLE, Before entering the vehicle, you should check around the vehicle for:, What are the 4 adjustments that must be made prior to starting the vehicle and describe how to determine the proper adjustment: and more.

    Sears Drivers Ed Segment 1

    LESSON 2 GETTING ACQUAINTED WITH THE VEHICLE

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    Before entering the vehicle, you should check around the vehicle for:

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    1. Area around the vehicle

    2. No animals in the way

    3.Fluid leak/Flat tire

    4. Position of front wheel

    5. Damage Check 6. Clear windows 7. Check lights

    Found in section 7.2

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    LESSON 2 GETTING ACQUAINTED WITH THE VEHICLE

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    Before entering the vehicle, you should check around the vehicle for:

    1. Area around the vehicle

    2. No animals in the way

    3.Fluid leak/Flat tire

    4. Position of front wheel

    5. Damage Check 6. Clear windows 7. Check lights

    Found in section 7.2

    What are the 4 adjustments that must be made prior to starting the vehicle and describe how to determine the proper adjustment:

    1.Close/Lock doors-so they don't open on the road; also for protection

    2.Insert key in ignition - Freehand/avoid misplaying keys

    3.Secure Loose objects- make sure they aren't obstructing your vision and you are free from flying object

    4.Adjust seat- ability to see/control; comfortable

    5.Seat belt - Safety

    6.Mirrors - so you can see all around the car

    Found in section 7.4 - 7.5

    Why should you use a safety belt if the vehicle is equipped with and airbag?

    -just airbag= fly forward causing more damage to you

    -with seatbelt and airbag= you stay where you are and the airbag prevents you from hitting your head

    What age are children to use a child restraint system?

    age 8 or 4'9" ~15 WEDMK

    What are the advantages/disadvantages of the traditional mirror setting?

    (ALSO STUDY PICTURE IN QUESTION 5)

    ADVANTAGES: -less blind spots

    -you can see behind you

    -you can see back and forth

    DISADVANTAGES:

    -glare from the vehicle/sunrise/sunset behind you

    -You have two huge blind spots

    ~7.6+7.7

    What are the advantages/disadvantages of the enhanced mirror setting?

    (ALSO STUDY PICTURE IN QUESTION 7)

    ADVANTAGES:

    - 4 smaller blind spots(none large enough to hide a car) instead of 2 large spots

    the glare is basically eliminated

    DISADVANTAGES: -Depth perception

    -objects in mirrors are closer than they appear

    ~7.6+7.7

    What action should you take if the temperature light comes on?

    1-Shift to neutral

    2-Depress gas petal slightly

    3-Rev motor

    4-Pull over and turn off

    ~8.2/3

    What action should you take if the oil pressure light turns on?

    turn car off ~8.2/3

    What action should you take if the Alternator light comes on?

    turn off all unnecessary accessorizes; don't shut off the car just find the nearest service station

    ~8.2/3

    What are Vehicle Reference Point used for?

    allows you to control your space management

    LESSON 3: UNDERSTANDING THE VEHICLE CONTROL: STARTING, STEERING, AND STOPPING VEHICLE

    ...

    When driving a vehicle with airbags,what is the safest positions for your hands on the steering wheel?

    Hand to hand/ 9:00+3:00; keeps both hands on the wheel for precision and if the airbag activates you won't punch yourself in the face like you would at 10:00+2:00

    ~9.3

    Describe HAND TO HAND/PUSH PULL STEERING:

    One hand pulls down other pushes up;it retains firm steering control by one hand while permitting smooth movement

    ~9.3

    Describe HAND OVER HAND STEERING:

    One hand pulls down other hand crosses over; well suited when speed of the steering input is critical or when maneuvering in a space with limited sightlines

    ~9.4

    What are the 3 levels of acceleration?

    1- idle (rolling @ engine speed)

    2- smooth and gentle (for residential areas)

    3- agressive/merging (for highway/emergency)

    When parked alongside the street, list in order the steps necessary to put the vehicle in motion and merge into the traffic lane:

    To put into motion:

    1-depress brake pedal and make sure pedal feels firm

    2- move to "D" drive

    3- release the parking brake

    For merging into traffic:

    S-scan environment,check mirrors&blind spots

    E-evaluate if there is sufficient space to execute

    E-execute by putting turn signal on, checking mirrors again, and turning wheel to get to lane.

    ~9.5/6

    What are the 3 levels of braking?

    1-coasting (take foot off gas)

    2-threshold/controlled

    3-emergency straight-line

    Prior to backing a vehicle you should always:

    look where you wish to go in order to control the direction of you vehicle; you should carefully control you speed, steering, and check around you

    ~9.10

    Backing speed should always be:

    Idle speed/walking speed/snail speed

    ~9.10

    LESSON 4: TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES AND LAWS

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    What are the 3 types of Traffic Control Devices?

    1. Pavement 2. Signs 3. Traffic Signals

    What are the purpose of Traffic Control Devices?

    A language all drivers should know it uses pictures and words to help get the road safes; orderly regulates the movement of vehicular and pedestrian traffic

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    ★ Driver's Education Standard 4 Answers - Vehicle Balance & Control; Vision, Awareness, & SEEiT

    When stopping behind another vehicle at a traffic light you should be able to see...

    A.) The license plate of the vehicle in front of you

    B.) The bumper stickers of the vehicle in front of you

    C.) Where the tires of the vehicle in front of you meet the road

    D.) The mirrors of the vehicle in front of you

    Get the CORRECT Answer What is the driver doing when they are holding their foot over top of the accelerator but not touching it?

    A.) Preparing to accelerate or brake

    B.) Covering the accelerator

    C.) Allowing the vehicle to coast

    D.) All of the above

    Get the CORRECT Answer When managing space to the REAR using your rearview mirrors, you should

    A.) Check regularly

    B.) Before and while braking

    C.) while stopped in traffic

    D.) before and after making turns

    E.) before and after lane change

    F.) All of the above

    Get the CORRECT Answer Identify which of the following areas you should SEARCH when driving?

    A.) Intersection B.) Curves C.) Hills D.) Parking lots E.) Road conditions F.) Crosswalks

    G.) All of the above

    Get the CORRECT Answer You should apply SEEiT at Intersections by _______

    A.) Searching for the type of intersection

    B.) Intersection controls

    C.) Risks in your path of travel

    D.) All of the above

    Get the CORRECT Answer What is the minimum recommended following distance between you and the vehicle you are following if you are driving 65 miles per hour?

    A.) 2 seconds B.) 4 seconds C.) 6 seconds D.) 8 seconds

    Get the CORRECT Answer What is the minimum recommended following distance between you and the vehicle you are following if you are driving 35 miles per hour?

    A.) 2 seconds B.) 4 seconds C.) 6 seconds D.) 8 seconds

    Get the CORRECT Answer When evaluating and managing space to the SIDES, you should have at least one car width of space to ____ side(s) of the car at all times.

    A.) One B.) two

    Get the CORRECT Answer How must you respond if an obstacle moves into your path of travel in the 4 to 8 second range?

    A.) Immediate action required

    B.) Look for an escape route

    C.) Search for an open path of travel

    Get the CORRECT Answer How must you respond if an obstacle moves into your path of travel in the 12 to 15 second range?

    A.) Immediate action required

    B.) Look for an escape route

    C.) Search for an open path of travel

    Get the CORRECT Answer How must you respond if an obstacle moves into your path of travel in the 20 to 30 second range?

    A.) Search for an open path of travel

    B.) Immediate action required

    C.) Look for an escape route

    Get the CORRECT Answer How would you explain open zone around your vehicle?

    A.) Space or area that is not available in the vehicles path of travel

    B.) Space where you can drive without restrictions

    C.) Open zone that is becoming closed or closed space that is becoming open

    Get the CORRECT Answer How would you explain closed zone around your vehicle?

    A.) Space or area that is not available in the vehicles path of travel

    B.) Space where you can drive without restrictions

    C.) Open zone that is becoming closed or closed space that is becoming open

    Get the CORRECT Answer How would you explain changing space around your vehicle?

    A.) Space or area that is not available in the vehicles path of travel

    B.) Space where you can drive without restrictions

    C.) Open zone that is becoming closed or closed space that is becoming open

    Get the CORRECT Answer Which of the following play a factor in your stopping distance.

    A.) Perception time B.) Reaction time

    C.) Braking distance

    D.) All of the above

    All of the above

    The series of continuous positions your vehicle will occupy while traveling toward your target is your....

    A.) Target area range

    B.) Line of Sight C.) Path of Travel

    Get the CORRECT Answer The visual path from your vehicle to the target area is your....

    A.) Target area range

    B.) Line of Sight C.) Path of Travel

    Get the CORRECT Answer Select the ways can you improve your Field of Vision?

    A.) Clean windows

    B.) Check wiper blades

    C.) Adjust mirrors D.) Wear sunglasses

    E.) Remove objects that interfere with vision

    F.) All of the above

    Get the CORRECT Answer The posted speed limit represents the...

    A.) suggested speed you should travel under any conditions

    B.) Maximum speed you can travel under ideal conditions

    C.) suggested speed you should travel under ideal conditions

    Get the CORRECT Answer What factors effect your vehicles inertia? (select all the answers that apply)

    A.) Roadway slope B.) Speed

    C.) Weight distribution

    D.) Center of gravity

    E.) Weather conditions

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