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There are three classes of commercial driver license.
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
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.
Young people have a real sense of the realities of death and do not see themselves as invincible.
The _________ removes dirt and other contaminants from the fuel.
Most states allow parents to restrict driving privileges until age ____
Inexperience and poor judgment play a far greater role in new-driver crashes than all other factors.
The _________ system produces electrical power while the engine is running to operate all the electrical components and recharge the battery.
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
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.
Dual Master Cylinder
Complexities in tissue matching create a need for donors from every age, race, blood type, and gender.
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
The power brake will work just one time if the engine fails
Graduated licensing (in some states) may restrict...
Night time driving for newly licensed drivers
The number of passengers in the vehicle
When a teenager can get a learner's permit
All of the above
Skin, cornea, bone, bone marrow, blood, kidney, heart, lung, pancreas, liver, small bowel and heart valves are all tissues that can be transplanted.
Seat belts only save lives in crashes on the freeway
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.
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.
Which of the following disqualifies a vehicle to be safe for operating?
The back up lights only work when the vehicle is in reverse
The air conditioning was recently repaired
The vehicle does not have ABS braking
The windshield is too dirty to see through
Chances of death or injury at low speeds when the driver is unbelted are the same as those for belted drivers.
Car crashes are not a significant cause of child deaths in the United States.
Which of the following is NOT acceptable proof of residency?
A personal check with the address printed on it.
A U.S. or State tax return for the previous year
Bank Statement (not more than 2 months old)
The ___________ Circuits- power the lights, safety systems, and accessories. This system includes the fuse box, wiring, and any electrically powered equipment.
Immaturity and inexperience are characteristics that often make the teen less skilled and less cautious.
Restricting driving privileges is an effective way to encourage teens to behave responsibly
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