Level 6 written test - Good Luck!
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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.
A sudden change to any one of your primary inputs,___________ , _________, and _________, will change vehicle balance and traction dramatically.
steering, braking, tracking
steering, braking, acceleration
steering, acceleration, speed
acceleration, speed, braking
Headlights should be dimmed when an approaching vehicle is within ___ feet.
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.
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.
_________ are double-walled steel tubes full of brake fluid that conduct the hydraulic pressure.
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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.
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.
If there is no (or very little) oil on the dip stick, you should…
Not drive any further
Drive to the nearest mechanic
Only drive the vehicle if it's not smoking
Both 2 and 3 above are correct
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.
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.
It is a good idea to identify escape routes as you drive even before you are in an
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
Regardless of the types of brakes that you have, in any emergency situation you
should avoid skidding.
To avoid a power skid you should accelerate smoothly and gradually.
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.
Power skids are the result of too much power and typically take place on all of the following surfaces EXCEPT:
Imagine that you are deathly allergic to bees and while you are driving a bee flies into your vehicle and stings you. You should...
Immediately stop and wait for another vehicle to pull over and assist you.
Drive yourself to the nearest hospital immediately.
Stay on the road, try to remain calm, maintain your speed and from a mobile
phone immediately call a physician to see what you should do.
Signal, pull over and stop.
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.
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.
Sleep deprivation, illness and chemical influences all affect ____________, which can directly result in mistakes while driving.
Critical thinking skills
Sense of direction
When exchanging information after an accident, you should provide and receive all of the following information EXCEPT:
The limits of the insurance policy
You are involved in an accident. There are no injuries. You do not need to contact the police.
Sudden, hard steering to the left would shift the center of mass to shift to:
The front of the car causing a drop and tilt of the front hood.
The back of the car causing a drop and tilt of the rear.
The left front tire causing a drop and tilt of the left side of the front hood.
The right front tire causing a drop and tilt of the right side of the front hood.
The mechanical brake that, in most vehicles, is activated by a pedal or lever in the car:
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