Level 1 written test - Good Luck!
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1
Graduated licensing (in some states) may restrict...
2
Which person would experience the greatest force of impact in a sudden collision?
3
Traditional steering wheel hand positions such as 10:00/ 2:00 are no longer acceptable because deploying airbags may throw the drivers hands into his face.
4
It is not necessary for every citizen to have a permit or license before driving.
5
Complexities in tissue matching create a need for donors from every age, race, blood type, and gender.
6
The minimum age for a provisional driver’s license is 14 years.
7
Shimmying, wobbling, shaking, or pulling to one side while driving under normal
conditions is a good indicator that you should take your vehicle to a mechanic.
8
All states have child safety seat laws.
9
The _____ pushes fuel through the lines from the tank to the carburetor.
10
The ________ system draws energy from the battery to create high voltage surges to set off combustion in the engine’s cylinders.
11
Also called the emergency brake.  This brake uses cables and levers to activate the rear brakes in case the hydraulic brakes fail.  It should be engaged when parking on a hill or slope.
12
Seat belts only save lives in crashes on the freeway
13
The power brake will work just one time if the engine fails
14
Deaths of motor vehicle occupants have occurred at speeds as low as 12 mph.
15
Inexperience and poor judgment play a far greater role in new-driver crashes than all other factors.
16
What is the recommended hand position on the steering wheel?
17
Which of the following is TRUE of the organ and tissue donation designation process?
18
Graduated licensing is a concept that is sweeping the United States.
19
Dual Master Cylinders work together in such a way that if one fails, they both fail.
20
You know if you vehicle has antilock brakes if the “ABS” light illuminates when you start the vehicle.
21
These work independently to pressurize the brake fluid.  The pressurized fluid activates the brake mechanism. Redundant independent systems allow you to brake even if one fails.
22
Looking over your shoulder is the only way to compensate for blind spots.
23
Changing a tire can be summarized in 6 steps.  Which is not one those steps?
24
The average 150 lb. female passenger can easily hold an unbelted 10 lb. infant in her lap at 25 mph, even if they get in a collision.
25
Skin, cornea, bone, bone marrow, blood, kidney, heart, lung, pancreas, liver, small bowel and heart valves are all tissues that can be transplanted.
Thanks for taking your test.  If you scored a 90 or above, you have passed and can move on to the next level. Otherwise, please study up and take the test again when you are ready.