Level 6 written test - Good Luck!
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The most important rule of physics to remember regarding driving emergencies is...
If the road is slick, watch out.
It takes less distance to steer out of the path of danger than it does to brake.
Braking before you collide with an object takes less distance than trying to steer
out of trouble.
Striking an object too hard can cause damage.
Losses of traction can happen at any time, even cruising down a straight road.
_________ are double-walled steel tubes full of brake fluid that conduct the hydraulic pressure.
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Headlights should be dimmed when an approaching vehicle is within ___ feet.
If the driver of an oncoming car does not turn off the high beams, you should keep your high beams on to be able to maintain sight of the road.
If the oil light on your dashboard illuminates, the best thing to do is...
Pull off the road, shut off the vehicle immediately, and phone for help.
Pull off the road, shut off the engine and check the oil level.
Get the oil changed at your earliest convenience.
Do not panic. Ignore the light. It can light up for no reason.
When you pull off the road, the most important thing to remember is to not pull off so far as to get stuck in the mud.
All of the following are types of brake-related technology except for...
Anti-Skid Brakes (ASB)
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It is a good idea to identify escape routes as you drive even before you are in an
If you do not have ABS brakes, in order to maintain control after applying the brakes you must...
use your emergency brake
put the vehicle in neutral
pump the brakes
shift into a lower gear
If the accelerator sticks and you choose to turn off the engine you should...
Take the key out of the ignition to make sure the car is off.
Turn the key all the way, but do not take the key out. You might need to turn it on
Turn the key to the auxiliary function to maintain some power in the vehicle.
Make sure you do not turn the key too far so that the steering wheel does not lock.
If your vehicle breaks down on the road, the FIRST thing to do is to...
Warn other motorists.
Try to get your vehicle going.
Get off the road.
Wave until someone stops.
Slamming on the brakes after a tire blows out will result in...
Bringing the car to a safe stop.
Maintaining control of the car.
Losing control of the car.
Slowing down the vehicle, but not completely stopping the vehicle.
What definition best describes the term “over-driving the headlights”?
When you use your headlights between dawn and dusk.
Your stopping distance exceeds your headlight coverage.
Not turning off your headlights within 250 feet of an oncoming vehicle.
Driving with your headlights at night, but on streets that are well lit.
During the night, when others are approaching your vehicle and do not switch to low beam, you should look at ____________.
The right edge of the roadway
The left edge of the roadway
Directly above the oncoming car
All of the above are exceptable
________ are superior brakes that utilize a pinching action on a metal disc to slow or stop tire rotation of the tire.
To avoid a power skid you should accelerate smoothly and gradually.
Power steering and power brakes will not function as they normally do when the
The way to drive over an object in the road, such as a mattress or plank, is to keep your foot on the brakes until you've cleared the object.
How can you tell if you are experiencing a rear-wheel skid?
Your tires are spinning but your vehicle is not moving.
The RPM’s are rising but your vehicle is not accelerating.
The front end of the car turns out of your path of travel.
The center of mass of the vehicle shifts to the front of the vehicle and the hood
drops and tilts.
_________ is an engine-activated booster unit that reduces the effort required to apply the hydraulic brakes.
Lock Braking system
The worst possible crash is a head-on collision.
If an oncoming car is within 200 feet and the driver has not turned off the high
beams, it is acceptable to flash your high beams to remind the driver to turn the high beams off.
Collisions occur because of disruptions in the flow of traffic.
Warning lights are better than gauges because when they light up, they get your
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