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What is true regarding light rail vehicle crossing?
The rules for light rail vehicle crossing and train crossings are the same. Be aware that light rail vehicle move faster and much quieter than trains
What percentage of accidents, where there are fatalities, involve alcohol?
Studies have shown that 40 percent of collisions with fatalities involve alcohol
What strategy should immediately be used to drive safely on ice or snow?
A strategy you can use immediately when driving in adverse weather conditions is to slow down and increase your following distance
When can you go around or under lowered gates at a railroad crossing?
You may never go around a lowered train crossing gate
Which one of these things always has the right of way?
You must always give the right of way to emergency vehicles, blind pedestrians, and trains
What would the colors of a warning sign be, such as a sign warning of a sharp curve or slippery road?
Warning signs are generally diamond shaped and are yellow with black graphics and lettering
What is the proper action to take if the gates at a railroad crossing are lowered and appear broken?
If the train crossing gates are broken you are still not permitted to cross the tracks. The proper action is to notify the local police or highway patrol
What should you never do when followed by an emergency vehicle?
Never stop at an intersection when an emergency vehicle is behind you. If you are in an intersection proceed through the intersection and come to a complete stop on the right side of the road
When driving in heavy fog you should be able to stop when?
In heavy fog you should always be able to stop within the amount of space you can see ahead
Safety belts, as well as preventing injuries in an accident, can also help you:
Safety belts help keep you behind the steering wheel and in control of your vehicle when you are hit from the side in a collision
You come to an intersection with a stop sign, but no limit line. Your sigh line to see oncoming traffic is blocked, you should:
Always stop at a stop sign. If you can’t see oncoming traffic, stop at the point where you can see if any vehicles are approaching
What might you see on a highway that tells you that the lane you are in may force you to turn?
Always look for arrows painted in the lanes on traffic you are driving in. These arrows will let you know if the lane you are in will turn or proceed straight
What is the most common type of collision in a construction zone?
The most common type of collision in a construction zone is a rear end collision. Always leave a space cushion in a construction zone
You are driving on a rural road that is divided with a double yellow line. The line on your side of the road is solid. What are you NOT allowed to do?
On a two lane road separated by a double yellow line, you are not allowed to pass against oncoming traffic when the yellow line on your side of the road is solid. When the line on your side of the road is broken, you are permitted to pass
You must turn on your headlights __minutes after sunset and leave them on until __ minutes before sunrise.
You must turn on your headlights 30 after sunset and leave then on until 30 minutes before sunrise
What is true about traffic citations in a construction zone?
Since construction zones are a dangerous place to work and rive, traffic violations are usually double what they would be in other areas
If a tire goes flat while driving on the freeway, where is the best place to park?
When parking on the side of a highway in an emergency, make sure you can be seen at least 200 feet in each direction
An orange triangle shaped emblem on the back of a vehicle generally signifies what?
Slow moving vehicles have an orange triangle shaped emblem on the back of them
You are driving toward a railroad crossing that does not have gates or lights. A train is approaching, but there might be just enough time for you to cross the tracks before it arrives. You should :
When you are driving toward a railroad crossing that does not have gates or lights and train is approaching, but there might be just enough time for you to cross the tracks before it arrives, speed up and drive faster than the speed limit, so you have more room to get across the tracks before the train arrives.
When you are driving on a multi-lane road, if another vehicle moves into your lane right in front of you, cutting you off, you should :
When you are driving on a multi-lane road, if another vehicle moves into your lane right in front of you, cutting you off, you should stay calm. Slow down if necessary to avoid a crash, and gently drop back to a safe following distance
You are driving on a slippery road in a car with Anti-lock Brakes (ABS). If you need to make an emergency stop you should :
If are driving on a slippery road in a car with Anti-lock Brakes (ABS) and you need to make an emergency stop, you should press down hard on the brake pedal, hold it down, and steer out of danger
As you approach an intersection, an oncoming vehicle suddenly turns left in front of you. They will not be completely clear of the intersection before you arrive. You should :
If you approach an intersection, an oncoming vehicle suddenly turns left in front of you and it will not be completely clear of the intersection before you arrive, you should brake hard and move to the left side of your lane to aim for the space behind the turning vehicle
When you are driving at night :
When driving at night you cannot drive with only your parking lights on, in place of headlights. It is against the law
When you see a bicyclist on the road ahead with their left arm extended downward to their left, you should assume the bicyclist is ignaling that they are slowing down or stopping
When you see a bicyclist on the road ahead with their left arm extended downward to their left, you should assume the bicyclist is
You are driving in traffic on a road with two or more lanes in each direction. You should :
When are driving in traffic on a road with two or more lanes in each direction you should avoid driving in someone else’s blind spot. Speed up or drop back so the other driver can see you