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Car crashes are not a significant cause of child deaths in the United States.
How do airbags reduce the risk of injury in a collision?
Airbags replace seat belts as the primary restraint system.
Airbags form a protective barrier between the colliding automobiles.
Airbags provide oxygen to help the injured person breath.
Airbags work together with seat belts to reduce the force of collision and provide a cushion of support between the individual and the automobile.
What is the recommended hand position on the steering wheel?
11:00 / 1:00
9:00 / 12:00
9:00 / 3:00
Both hands at 6:00
Skin, cornea, bone, bone marrow, blood, kidney, heart, lung, pancreas, liver, small bowel and heart valves are all tissues that can be transplanted.
The _________ system produces electrical power while the engine is running to operate all the electrical components and recharge the battery.
The power brake will work just one time if the engine fails
Most states allow parents to restrict driving privileges until age ____
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Board, ______ year old drivers are the riskiest.
Which person would experience the greatest force of impact in a sudden collision?
A 200 lb. man traveling 20 mph
150 lb. woman at 30 mph
A 35 lb. infant at 75 mph
A 75 lb. child at 55 mph
Driving is made-up of a complex group of factors that continually impact…
Perception, Thinking, and Flow Control
Thinking, Approaching, and Delivering
Perception, Thinking, and Motor Skills
Thinking, Acting, and Matching
Drivers Ed students are good drivers
All of the above
You know if you vehicle has antilock brakes if the “ABS” light illuminates when you start the vehicle.
Alcohol can be a serious challenge for all age groups. In the 1997 study . . .
Alcohol was the major cause of 16 year old vehicle accidents.
Fatal crashes (some alcohol was in their systems) involving 16 year olds was twice that
of 14 year olds.
For 16 year olds, it’s too little behind-the-wheel experience before they get their
All of the above.
Looking over your shoulder is the only way to compensate for blind spots.
The prefrontal cortex is where your brain processes information from your eyes, skin, and internal organs.
The ________ system draws energy from the battery to create high voltage surges to set off combustion in the engine’s cylinders.
Statistics show that most teenagers wear seatbelts most of the time.
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.
Immaturity and inexperience are characteristics that often make the teen less skilled and less cautious.
BGE mirror settings will . . .
Significantly reduce mirror blind spots.
Completely eliminate mirror blind spots.
Reduce mirror glare.
None of the above.
Chances of death or injury at low speeds when the driver is unbelted are the same as those for belted drivers.
Graduated licensing is a concept that is sweeping the United States.
Which is not required by the state licensing authority to obtain a permit?
Birth Certificate (Proof of age and identity
Social Security Number
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.
The _________ system permits the driver to turn the ignition switch to activate an electric motor, Solenoid switch, wiring, and battery.
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