Drivers Training Exam :)
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Drivers Training Exam :)
What are four things about round abouts?
1. controlled speed
2. speed limit is 20 mph
3. counter clockwise
4. everyone has the right away over you
What is a child safety seat?
its a seat for little kids that goes in the middle back seat
What is a restraint seat?
a seat for people usually eight years old or 4 foot 9
what are 'Do not enter' and 'reversible lane' signs mean?
traffic moving in your direction is not allowed
What do u have to do for a short acceleration lane?
allow more time; and a bigger gap for you to get in.
When are you suppose to slow down when exiting the expressway?
once your off the the expressway completely and on the ramp
Speed limit for Expressway?
Speed limit for rural road?
Speed limit for school?
Speed limit for mobile park?
Speed limit for construction?
Speed limit for residential?
Speed limit for business?
Speed limit for highway?
Speed limit for urban road?
Speed limit for parking lot?
Speed limit for dirt road?
What are the two kinds of Rumble strips and what do they do?
: warn you of upcoming road changes
On shelter/side of road
: keeps you from going off the road
What is Systematic?
its an orderly system and u drive with your field of vision and peripherals
how far ahead should you look while on highways and expressways?
how far ahead should you look while driving on suburban or city roads?
10-15 secs or 1 city block
how far should you follow behind a vehicle when the speed is 45mph or higher?
How far should you drive behind a vehicle when the speed limit is 45mph or lower?
What is a Power Skid (Burn out)? and what do u do when it happens?
its when you press on the accelerator to hard and fast. you keep a firm grip on the steering wheel and take your foot off the pedals
What is a braking skid? and what do you do when it happens?
its when you apply the breaks so the front or rear tires lose traction? and you keep a firm grip on the steering wheel and take ur foot off the pedals
What is a Corner skid? and what do you do if it happens?
its when you turn too fast and all the tires lose tractions. and you keep a firm grip on the wheel and take your feet of the pedals
What is a Blow out skid? and what do you do if it happens?
its when the tires tear or go flat. and you keep a firm grip on the steering wheel and take your feet of the pedals.
What is Hydroplaning? and what do you do when it happens?
its when there is a thin film of water on the road and your tires lose traction. and you keep a firm grip on the steering wheel and take ur feet of the pedals.
When are you suppose to legally turn your lights on?
when you cant see 500ft in front of you
what is a dwi? and whats the bac?
Driving While Intoxicated. .08 ^
What is Dui? and what is its bac?
Driving Under the Influence. .02-.07
What is a Field Sobriety Test? and what are 3 examples?
Its a test you must take if you are suspected of drunk driving. Walk the line, breathalizer, standing on one foot and touching your nose
What is road rage?
Bold and Pushy Maneuvers. crime against violence while driving
What are two rules of four way stops?
1. Person who gets there first has the right of way
2. If two people arrive at the same time then the person to the right or the person with the most direct route goes first
What are 3 pre-driving procedures?
1. Check for leaking fluids
2. Check too see if your tires are flat
3. Check your lights, windshield wipers, and your windshield
What is implied consent?
You legally have to take a field sobriety test if you are suspected of drunk driving.
What is the Zero-Tolerance law?
underage drinking .001
what are the three types of alcohol? how much alcohol is in each? and how long does it take for effects of it to wear off?
It takes one hour for every alcoholic drink you drink for the effects to wear off.
What do stimulants do? give three examples?
they speed up the central nervous system (give you a false sense of alertness). amphetamines, speed, caffeine
What do depressants do? give an example?
Slows downt he central nervous system (hard to judge time, distance, speed) and effects the brain first. ex: alcohol
What does a hallucinogen do?
its alters your mind
What are Narcotics? give two examples.
Extreme depressants. heroin, morphine
What should you do if confronted with road rage?
1. allow people to make the mistake
2. avoid eye contact/gestures
3. allow more space
you do if your being tailgated?
1. Brake check
2. being aggressive
3. slow down then speed up
4. pull over to the shoulder
How can you avoid from getting road rage?
1. allow mistakes
2. dont let things escalate
3. stress ball
what are 4 examples of road rage?
1. cutting people off
3. not yielding the right of way
4. honking horns obnoxiously
What three documents do you keep in your vehicle at all times?
1. proof of insurance
3. Drivers license
What is the Michigan Basic Speed Law?
it states that you must drive at a careful and prudent speed
What does a Regulatory sign do? what color is it?
it controls movement of the road. its red, white, or black
What does a warning sign do? what color is it?
Warns about upcomig changes in the road. yellow/black or orange/black
What does a guide sign do? What color are they?
they inform. brown/white or blue/white.
What is a Fixed Speed Limit?
its a speed limit that never changes
What is an Advisory Speed Limit?
its a chance of the speed for a certain amount of time.
What do White lines indicate?
traffic in the same direction
What does a Yellow line indicate?
traffic in the opposite direction
What does a broken yellow line indicate?
What does a broken white line indicate?
pass when needed
Driving means managing what three things?
speed, time, and distance
Who regulates the Highway Transportation System? Name three?
What is the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Act?
all cars must have proper seat belts, air bags, and shatter proof glass
What is a Level one license?
its the licencse you get when you complete drivers training and can drive with anyone over the age of 21 with a legal drivers license.
What is a Level three license?
An unrestricted license
What is the MI point system?
when you get a ticket you get points based on your offense. the more points you have the worse.
What is the title of the vehicle?
Its who owns the car and the information about it
What is the purpose of insurance?
so if you get in an accident you are covered and wont have to pay as much money for the damages.
What does an Advanced Railroad sign look like?
Its a yellow circle with black markings.