Level 6 written test - Good Luck!
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The worst possible crash is a head-on collision.
A/an _____________ comes on if one of the dual hydraulic brake systems should fail or, in some vehicles, if the brake fluid is low.
Warning Protection System Light (WPSL)
Dual Master Cylinder Light
________ are superior brakes that utilize a pinching action on a metal disc to slow or stop tire rotation of the tire.
Warning lights are a suitable means of monitoring the status of your vehicle’s engine. It is only necessary to check your engine when a warning light is flashing.
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
ABS brakes prevent ___________ and maintain the ability to ___________.
the tires from screeching, stop
swerving, stay in your lane
the tires from locking, steer
the steering wheel from locking , stop smoothly
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.
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.
When driving at night, you are less likely to get in a fatal accident because there are less drivers at night.
If your brakes fail, the FIRST thing to do is to...
Apply the parking brake.
Shift to a lower gear, then apply the parking brake.
Pump your brakes.
Shift to neutral.
Losses of traction can happen at any time, even cruising down a straight road.
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.
ABS is an acronym for _______________.
Anti-Lock Brake System
Anti- Brake Skid
Accelerated Brake System
Accident-Prevention Brake Suspension
You are driving down a two-lane road at 45 mph. The oncoming vehicle’s right
wheels drop off the pavement. The most likely occurrence is...
The vehicle will enter your lane.
The vehicle will continue on the shoulder of the road.
The vehicle will spin out and hit a tree.
The vehicle will return smoothly back onto the road.
All of the following are types of brake-related technology except for...
Anti-Skid Brakes (ASB)
Dual Master Cylinder
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.
If you suspect that your brakes are not functioning properly and you do get in an accident, you will not be at fault because brake failure can happen to anyone.
A crash is imminent as a result of brake failure. From the choices below, select the best object to steer your car towards.
Concrete divider, blocking oncoming traffic.
A grassy sidewalk with large trees.
The car directly in front of you.
A patch of shrubbery.
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.
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.
Frontal and angle frontal crashes are not as bad as side-swiping crashes.
Understeer is a term that also means...
Under correcting when control of the vehicle is lost
Not turning the steering wheel enough when making a 90 degree turn
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.
To avoid a power skid you should accelerate smoothly and gradually.
The FIRST thing to do if your accelerator sticks is to...
Shut off the engine.
Place the gear in neutral.
Reach down with your hand and try to unstick the pedal.
Stomp on the accelerator one quick time.
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