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Interactive Driver PreTest - #14


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1.An oncoming vehicle has its brights glaring in your eyes. What should you do?
Close your eyes until they pass
Flash your upper and lower beams until they dim their lights
Look to the right side of the road
2. When the lap belt is separate from the shoulder belt:
The driver or passenger has the option to choose to use either or both
Both must be used
They are not as effective as a combination belt would be
3.The first effect of the first drink of an alcohol beverage on a driver is:
Impaired vision
Impaired judgment
Impaired balance

4.Lines in the street are white or yellow. What does a yellow line tell you?

Traffic on the other side is traveling the opposite direction
The speed limit is 25 mph
Extra caution is necessary in that area
5.A major factor in collisions is:
Heavy traffic on freeways
Drivers moving faster or slower than the flow of traffic
Narrowing of roadways at bridges
6. Will a graffiti violation affect the issuing of a drivers license?
Yes, for 12 months
Yes, until age 18
7. The speed limit in a business area, a residential area or at a school where children are present is, unless posted otherwise,
15 mph
25 mph
35 mph
8.A person under what age is subject to a license delay or suspension because of a truancy conviction?
9.When stopping suddenly, to avoid a rear-end collision you should
Start braking early to get the attention of the driver behind you
Pump the brakes to get the attention of the driver behind you
Put your arm out the window pointed toward the ground
10. When an adult signs for a minor to get a drivers license, that adult accepts responsibility for what?
All crashes in vehicles they personally own when driven by the minor
Monitoring the minor's driving
All crashes caused by that minor

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