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TXDriversHandbook

Text preperation from the Texas Drivers Handbook

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How many feet (with reaction and stopping)does a car travel before it stops going 20 mph? 63 feet (44 to think, react, and act and 19 to skid to a stop)
How many feet (with reaction and stopping)does a car travel before it stops going 30 mph? 109 feet (66 to think, react, and act and 43 to skid to a stop)
How many feet (with reaction and stopping)does a car travel before it stops going 40 mph? 164 feet (88 to think, react, and act and 76 to skid to a stop)
How many feet (with reaction and stopping)does a car travel before it stops going 50 mph? 229 feet (110 to think, react, and act and 119 to skid to a stop)
How many feet (with reaction and stopping)does a car travel before it stops going 60 mph? 303 feet (132 to think, react, and act and 171 to skid to a stop)
How many feet (with reaction and stopping)does a car travel before it stops going 70 mph? 387 feet (154 to think, react, and act and 233 to skid to a stop)
In standard colors for signs and warnings, what does red generally mean? stop or prohibition
In standard colors for signs and warnings, what does green generally mean? indicated movements permitted, direction guidance
In standard colors for signs and warnings, what does blue generally mean? motorist services guidance
In standard colors for signs and warnings, what does yellow generally mean? general warning
In standard colors for signs and warnings, what does black generally mean? regulation
In standard colors for signs and warnings, what does white generally mean? regulation
In standard colors for signs and warnings, what does orange generally mean? construction and maintenance warning
In standard colors for signs and warnings, what does brown generally mean? public recreation and scenic guidance
In standard shapes for signs and warnings, what does an octagon mean? exclusively for stop signs
In standard shapes for signs and warnings, what does a horizontal rectangle generally mean? generally for guide signs
In standard shapes for signs and warnings, what does a triangle generally mean? exclusively for yield signs
In standard shapes for signs and warnings, what does a pennant generally mean? advance warning of no passing zones
In standard shapes for signs and warnings, what does a diamond generally mean? exclusively to warn of existing or possible hazards on roadways or adjacent areas
In standard shapes for signs and warnings, what does a vertical rectangle generally mean? regulatory signs
In standard shapes for signs and warnings, what does a pentagon generally mean? school advance and school crossing
In standard shapes for signs and warnings, what does a round sign generally mean? railroad advance warning
When turning, you should give the proper signal at least ___ feet before turning 100
When parking near a corner, you may park your vehicle no closer than ___ feet from the crosswalk. 20
When parking parallel, it is best to leave the curb side wheels ___ to ___ inches from the curb 6, 18
When making a long trip, you should stop for a rest every ___ hours or ___ miles 2, 100
The maximum fine for a first conviction of driving without a valid driver license is $___ 200
The maximum fine for a first non-driving alcohol related offense or possession or consumption of alcohol by a minor is $___ 500
The maximum fine for a person age 21 or older who is driving and drinking and alcoholic beverage is $___ 500
A minor's (under the age or 17) driver license may be suspended for a first offense of driving under the influence of alcohol by a minor is __ days 60
Refusal to provide a breath or blood specimen to a police officer results in a license suspention for first time refusal for ___ days 180
The most a person can be fined for a first time conviction of driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor with no death or injury accident involved is $___ 2000
Child passenger safety seats are required for all children under the age of ___ years 8
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