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    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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    Drivers Ed. Final- Expressway Driving

    Controlled Access Highway

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    Type of expressway where vehicles can enter or leave only at an interchange

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    Velocitation

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    Condition in which a driver unconsciously drives

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    Controlled Access Highway

    Type of expressway where vehicles can enter or leave only at an interchange

    Velocitation

    Condition in which a driver unconsciously drives

    Minimum Speed Limit

    Speed regulation used to keep expressway traffic from moving too slowly

    Common Speed

    Speed used by most drivers who drive on the expressway

    Wolf Pack

    Group of vehicles bunched together on an expressway

    Highway Hypnosis

    Condition in which a driver is lulled into an inattentive, drowsy state

    Emergency Flare

    Warning device set at least 500 feet behind a disabled car on an expressway

    Rumble Strips

    Rough areas of the roadway warning a driver of a tollbooth ahead

    Entrance Ramp

    Ramp that gives you access to an expressway

    Median

    Area that spearates two-way traffic on an expressway

    Exit Ramp

    ramp that leads a car off an expressway

    Decceleration Lane

    Added lane on an expressway in which to slow down without blocking vehicles behind

    Merging Area

    part of an expressway entrance you enter at the same speed as cars in the right lane

    Acceleration Lane

    Part of an expressway entrance that allows you to increase speed to that of cars on the expressway

    Express Lane

    Expressway lane with few exits, used by traffic during morning and evening rush hours

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    Entering and exiting a major roadway

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    Driver's Guide to operation, safety and licensing: cars and light trucks

    Entering and exiting a major roadway

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    MergingExitingWeave zonesCurvesHillsTable of contents

    Merging

    Merging is done when two roadways join into one and the traffic on the main roadway must cooperate to allow enough space for vehicles to enter from the merging lane. Neither the merging vehicle nor the vehicles already on the highway have the right-of-way. Merging is a shared responsibility between the vehicles joining the roadway and the vehicles already on the roadway.

    Merge sign

    Avoid reducing your speed abruptly or stopping when merging. This merging lane is designed to allow you to bring your vehicle to the posted speed of the road onto which you are merging. The drivers behind you are expecting you to continue moving ahead. If you slow or stop, your vehicle may be hit from behind.

    Here are some tips on merging safely:

    Merging requires that you plan and time your approach to blend smoothly with traffic, without stopping or abruptly reducing your speed.

    Check the traffic flow on the highway as soon as you can see the lane where you will be merging.

    Choose your gap in the traffic, and begin adjusting your speed, if required. Keep glancing at the gap you chose to ensure you are making the speed and timing adjustments necessary to safely merge without affecting traffic.

    Use your signal light before or when you are on the acceleration lane.

    Accelerate to the speed of the traffic on the main road.

    Keep shoulder checking to view the gap and look in your rear view mirror for vehicles following you.

    When it is safe and legal, move into the gap after you are past the solid white line of the acceleration lane. Maintain your speed at or near the speed of the other vehicles.

    Ensure your signal light is turned off.

    If you are on the main roadway, and traffic is merging, move left to the next lane if it is safe. This leaves the right travel lane clear for the merging vehicles to enter.

    Correct and incorrect method for merging.

    Correct (safe) and incorrect (unsafe) method for exiting from a highway.

    Exiting

    Here are some tips on how to exit a major roadway or highway safely:

    Plan ahead. Be in the proper lane well before you reach your exit.

    Use your turn signal well in advance of the exit to alert the drivers behind you.

    Move into the deceleration lane if there is one.

    If possible, do most of the slowing in the deceleration lane. Some deceleration lanes are short; you may need to start to reduce your speed while still on the highway.

    When you have exited, ensure your signal light is turned off.

    If you miss your exit, do not stop.

    Continue to the next exit and make plans to return to your route. Do not stop and reverse on the highway, the emergency stopping lane or shoulder.

    Weave zones

    On some roadway interchanges, there are places where the highway entrance and exit use the same lane. The entrance and exit can be close together. These areas require caution and cooperation because vehicles share the same lane to slow to exit the highway while other vehicles are using it to increase speed to enter the highway. The area that these vehicles share is called a weave zone.

    In weave zones, control your speed and the timing of your lane change to merge with other traffic. This requires skillful use of time and space. Use caution in these zones to ensure safe highway exiting and entering for all vehicles.

    Vehicles will cross paths in a weave zone.

    Curves

    Curves require special attention. Here are some things to remember about curves:

    If you need to reduce your speed, do it before entering the curve, and stay centred in your lane.

    To stay centred in your lane, look well ahead and around the curve. This will assist you with steering and speed control.

    Maintain a safe and steady speed after entering the curve.

    Do not pass vehicles on curves on highways with one lane in each direction. It is unsafe and illegal.

    Curves become more dangerous when wet or icy as these conditions make them slippery.

    On a curve, your vehicle will want to go straight ahead, due to kinetic energy, even though you are turning the wheels. If your tires lose traction with the road as you enter or travel around a curve to the left (vehicle A), your vehicle may skid to the right side of the road. If this happens, stay off the accelerator and brake.

    If your tires lose traction with the road as you enter a curve to the right (vehicle B), your vehicle may skid into oncoming traffic. If you skid in a curve, stay off the brake and the accelerator. Continue to look in the direction you want to go, and make small steering adjustments to come out of the skid.

    The lines show where the drivers are looking to help them stay centred in their lanes.

    Hills

    Hills also require special attention. Remember the following when travelling up a hill:

    Use caution and move to the right in your lane as you approach the top of a hill. This may keep you from being hit by an oncoming vehicle that has crossed over the centre line and is in your lane.

    Do not pass near the top of a hill on a two lane highway, as you cannot see what is ahead of you.

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