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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
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.
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.
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.
Once power is lost, steering and braking become impossible.
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.
When driving at night, you are less likely to get in a fatal accident because there are less drivers at night.
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.
The mechanical brake that, in most vehicles, is activated by a pedal or lever in the car:
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Headlights should be dimmed when an approaching vehicle is within ___ feet.
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
Power steering and power brakes will not function as they normally do when the
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.
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.
All of the following are types of brake-related technology except for...
Anti-Skid Brakes (ASB)
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Power skids are the result of too much power and typically take place on all of the following surfaces EXCEPT:
The way to pull a vehicle out of a skid is to ...
Brake and turn the car in the direction of the skid.
Brake, and if you do not think you will stop, press harder on the brake pedal.
Turn your wheel in the direction the front end of the car is going.
Let up off the brake or accelerator, turn the car in the direction you want the car to go.
It is a good idea to identify escape routes as you drive even before you are in an
The worst possible crash is a head-on collision.
When the car engine is hot, …
Gently apply pressure and slowly twist the radiator cap counter clockwise.
Tap on the top of the radiator cap three times, apply a cloth over the cap, and remove the cap quickly.
Both 1 and 2 above will work.
Never remove the radiator cap.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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