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Interactive Driver PreTest - #8


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1.If you refuse when a police officer asks you to submit to a chemical test of your blood alcohol level:
Your driver's license will be suspended
You will be jailed
Both of the above
2. When making a left turn, you should yield to on-coming traffic:
Until one of them waves you through
Until the light changes
Until it is safe to proceed
3.What is the Basic Speed Law?

Never drive faster than safe under existing conditions
Don't drive over the speed limit
Drive safely

4.During darkness, fog and inclement weather, a driver must always assure that they are able to:

Stop within the distance they can see
See the eyes of the driver behind them
Have room to accelerate around any obstacle in the road

5.Why are teens involved in a disproportionate number of fatal traffic collisions?
They drive beyond the limits of their vehicles and their own abilities
Their reaction time is slower than other drivers
Their schedules are more stressful than those of other drivers
6. Under what circumstances is it OK to block an intersection?
You enter the intersection on a yellow light
You are in a hurry and traffic is light
It is always illegal to block an intersection
7. When a collision involves injury, death or $1,000 damage to any individual's property, who must be notified by all involved drivers using SR-1 forms and within what period of time?
CHP within 24 hours
Insurance company on next business day
DMV within 10 days
8.Your wheels should be turned to the left and the parking brake set when:
Parked facing downhill without a curb
Parked facing uphill at a curb
Parked at a fire hydrant
9.How do you know if you are in someone's blind spot?
The driver honks at you
You are at their left rear or right rear and you can't see the driver in the other vehicle's mirrors.
You are unable to see the other vehicle's rear tires
10. Regarding bicycles in the street:
They are hard to see
They frequently are ridden by persons under the influence of alcohol
They have all the rights and responsibilities of any other vehicle


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