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Rivera - Drivers Ed

BTHS - Drivers Ed- Chapter 4

How close may you park from a stop sign? 50 feet
How close may you park to a corner? 25 feet
What is the proper distance you may park from a curb? 6 inches
How close may you park from a fire hydrant? 10 feet
When driving at night you should be able to stop how? Within the distance you can see ahead
M.P.H. for school zones, business, or residential districts 25
M.P.H. for non-posted rural roadways 50
M.P.H. for certain interstate highways 65
When is it safe to pass cars? when there is a dashed line down the center on your side (broken lines)
What is a controlled intersection? When there are traffic signs or signals in any direction
What is an uncontrolled intersection? When there are NO traffic signs or signals in any direction
What are brake lights? Lights on the back of the car that get brighter when the brakes are pressed
When should headlights be used? 1) one half hour after sunset and one half hour before sunrise 2) when using windshield wipers in the rain, snow, and ice 3) in the fog, mist or smoke
When should high beam lights be used? Only on open country driving with no cars on the road
When can you turn right on a red light? after a complete stop, check the roadway, then proceed as long as there is not a sign that says "no turn on red"
At an uncontrolled intersection or 4-way stop, the person on the _____ should yield to the person on the _______. left---right
What should you do if you are approaching a curve? slow down - cars wants to go straight
How far from a stopped school bus with red flashing lights must you stop? 25 feet away
How slow should you drive passed a school bus if they are on the other side of a median or safety island? 10 miles per hour
What should you do if you are approaching an uncontrolled intersection? slow down and be prepared to stop
When may you drive on a public or private property to avoid a traffic light or sign? ordered by police officer only
What should you do if an emergency vehicle with flashing lights is behind you or approaching you? move to the shoulder
When may you travel in the left lanes? to pass and to turn left
When can you pass on the right? when there is more than 1 lane of cars going in the same direction and the driver ahead is making a left. make sure there is room to pass - never pass on the shoulder
How far must you park from a firehouse? same side- 20 ft. opposite side- 75 ft.
How far must you park from a crosswalk? 25 feet
When must you yield? a yield sign, pedestrians, and turn on red
What is an acceleration lane? extra lanes at highway entrances used by motorists to speed up to join the flow of traffic
What is a deceleration lane? extra lanes at a highway exit to reduce speed
Who must you yield to? emergency vehicles, buses, postal vehicles, pedestrians, motorized or mobility-assistance devices, and other vehicles already in the intersection
What are safe corridors? Highways where crash rates are high so fines are doubled
What is the penalty for failing to stop for pedestrains? fine $100, 2 points, up to 15 in jail, and 2 points
What is the penalty for driving on private property to avoid a traffic signal or sign? 2 points & a fine
What should you do if you miss an exit? go to the next one
How far must a driver stop from a railroad crossing with flashing lights, bells, or signals? 15 ft.
What is the penalty for violating "the move over law"? Fine $100 to $500
Created by: Ms Riv



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