★ Driver's Ed Module 7: Distractions 2 Test Answers

Question: Vehicle occupants can be a major distraction to the driver. Which of the following is NOT a distraction caused by an occupant? Select one:
A.) Throwing objects inside or outside of the vehicle
B.) Unexpectedly adjusting vehicle controls
C.) Yelling at persons outside of the vehicle
D.) Sitting facing forward and properly restrained

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Sitting facing forward and properly restrained

Question: All of the following are distractions while driving EXCEPT: Select one:
A.) Checking rear view mirror
B.) Occupants - infants, children, adults
C.) Grooming
D.) High radio volume

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Checking rear view mirror

Question: Grooming is only a distraction when the driver uses the rearview mirror as a vanity mirror.
A.) True
B.) False

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FALSE

Question: Multi-Task Performances Time Management is techniques to divide attention between multi-task performances. Select one:
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: Distracted Driving is defined as any non-driving activity a person engages in while operating a motor vehicle. Such activities have the potential to distract the person from the primary task of driving and increase the risk of crashing. Select one:
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: Road construction is a situation that occurs outside of the vehicle that may be a distraction. Select one:
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: In Texas, it is illegal for anyone under the age of 18 to use a cell phone including texting while driving unless it is an emergency. Select one:
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: While all distractions can endanger drivers' safety, texting in not an alarming type of distraction because it does not involve all three (vision, manual, and cognitive) types of distraction. Select one:
A.) True
B.) False

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FALSE

Question: A danger of using a cell phone while driving is reduced situational awareness.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: Being able to operate the windshield wipers and or cruise control are not multi-tasking performances.
A.) True
B.) False

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FALSE

Question: Eye, hand, and foot coordination is not important to driving.
A.) True
B.) False

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FALSE

Question: Using the turn signal, checking mirrors, braking, and accelerating are all multi-tasking performances.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: A driver may manage distractions by texting instead of talking on a cell phone.
A.) True
B.) False

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FALSE

Question: A driver may manage distractions by expecting distractions to occur.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: One of the ways a driver may manage distractions by assessing all potential in-vehicle distractions before driving.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: NHTSA lists and describes three main types of distractions, which of the following does NOT belong? Select one:
A.) Visual - Taking your eyes off the road
B.) Manual - Taking your hands off the wheel
C.) Physical - Moving in your seat
D.) Cognitive - Taking your mind off what you are doing

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Physical - Moving in your seat
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★ Driver's Ed Module 7: Distractions 1 Test Answers

Question: Which of the following is NOT a danger caused by cell phone use while driving: Select one:
A.) Diverting attention away from the driving task
B.) Ability to make quick decisions
C.) Emergency call
D.) Reduced situational awareness

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Emergency call

Question: Setting your audio system volume too loud does not cause a driver to be distracted from hearing emergency vehicle sirens, horns, or screeching tires. Select one:
A.) True
B.) False

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FALSE

Question: Auditory distraction would be another category, where your visual and/or cognitive attention would be distracted by noise. Select one:
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: Assessing all potential in-vehicle distractions before driving will not help the driver eliminate distractions. Select one:
A.) True
B.) False

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FALSE

Question: It is not a coordination skill for a driver to search for and recognize when there is a line-of-sight or path-of-travel restriction. Select one:
A.) True
B.) False

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FALSE

Question: An auditory distraction may cause a driver to look away from the path of travel.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: A distraction that is carried out more frequently and for longer periods of time may result in greater risks.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: Changing the radio station is a multi-task performance.
A.) True
B.) False

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FALSE

Question: A passenger may be a distraction if they do something unexpectedly.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: Passengers are never distractions.
A.) True
B.) False

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FALSE

Question: Looking ar a crash scene may be a distraction.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: A distraction that is carried out more frequently and for longer periods of time may result in greater risk. Select one:
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: Distractions do not increase the risk of crashing.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: Texting is an alarming type of distraction because it involves all three (visual, manual, and cognitive).
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: Which of the following is NOT a multi-task performance: Select one:
A.) Adjusting or fastening seatbelt
B.) Texting while driving
C.) Operating windshield wiper and/or cruise control
D.) Be able to keep the vehicle on the road

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Texting while driving
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★ Driver's Ed Module 8: Alcohol and Other Drugs 2 Test Answers

Question: Consuming a great amount of alcohol over a weekend or other time period is defined as: Select one:
A.) Black outs
B.) Tolerance
C.) Binge drinking

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Binge drinking

Question: As a person's BAC goes up, his/her field of vision is reduced.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: Time is the only effective way to lower BAC.
Time is the only effective way to lower the BAC.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: Which of the following affect Blood Alcohol Concentration? Select one:
A.) Body weight of individual
B.) Gender of person
C.) Size of drink consumed
D.) All of the above

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All of the above

Question: Which of the following is the term for "the percentage of alcohol related to the total amount of blood in the body"? Select one:
A.) Blood Alcohol Concentration
B.) Blood Alcohol Content

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Blood Alcohol Concentration

Question: Most medications for colds or allergies will not affect driving ability.
A.) True
B.) False

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FALSE

Question: Which of the following is NOT a sign of an impaired driver? Select one:
A.) Reckless passing maneuver
B.) Properly signaling
C.) Driving in the turn lane
D.) Weaving

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Properly signaling

Question: One drink can impair your ability to be a safe driver.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: A proper description of the open container law includes which of the following: Select one:
A.) The law applies to passengers as well as drivers
B.) The vehicle must be on a public highway, either stopped or moving
C.) Both a & b
D.) None of the above

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Both A & B

Question: Drinking and driving is illegal at any age.
Drinking while driving is illegal at any age.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: It takes two alcoholic drinks to affect your driving. Select one:
A.) True
B.) False

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FALSE

Question: A minor (someone under 21 years of age) may not purchase, attempt to purchase, consume, or even possess an alcoholic beverage. Select one:
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: If a minor is caught breaking any underage drinking laws it is a Class C Misdemeanor. Select one:
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: Which of the following are consequences for someone providing/furnishing alcohol to a minor? Select one:
A.) Class A Misdemeanor
B.) A fine up to $4,000
C.) Up to one year in jail
D.) 180 days automatic driver's license suspension upon conviction
E.) All of the above

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Class A Misdemeanor

Question: DWI is not limited to the use of alcohol; it also refers to any drug that may affect your ability to drive. Select one:
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: You can be charged with DWI when under influence of prescription or over the counter drugs.
You can be charged with DWI when under the influence of prescription or over the counter drugs.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: Which of the following is a felony of the second degree, punishable by a fine not to exceed $10,000, confinement in the penitentiary for not less than 2 years nor more than 20 years, and a driver license suspension of not less than 180 days? Select one:
A.) First Offense DUI by a Minor
B.) Intoxication Manslaughter
C.) 1st DWI
D.) DWI with a child passenger

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Intoxication Manslaughter

Question: In Texas, 0.08% of Blood-Alcohol Concentration or any amount which results in loss of normal use of mental or physical faculties is defined as: Select one:
A.) Alert
B.) Drunk
C.) Sober
D.) Intoxication

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Intoxication
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★ Driver's Ed Module 8: Alcohol and Other Drugs 1 Test Answers

Question: Which of the following drugs have been found to cause: High risk behavior - speed, taking chances, inattention to the driving task, loss of vehicle control, and judgment errors? Select one:
A.) Valium
B.) Cocaine
C.) Amphetamine
D.) LSD

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Cocaine

Question: Which of the following are effects of marijuana? Select one:
A.) Loss of tracking ability
B.) Following distance
C.) Vigilance
D.) Multi-Task performances
E.) All of the above
F.) None of the above

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All of the above

Question: Most marijuana joints contain about the same amount of the drug TLC.
A.) True
B.) False

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FALSE

Question: The use of marijuana often affects the driver's ability to keep the vehicle in the lane.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: If you feel fatigued while driving, the use of a stimulant is recommended to increase your alertness.
A.) True
B.) False

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FALSE

Question: Over the counter drugs will not affect your driving. Select one:
A.) True
B.) False

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FALSE

Question: Synergism is defined as a chemical reaction between 2 or more drugs which produces an effect different (and usually greater) than either of the drugs or the sum of these individual effects. Select one:
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: Taking drugs will affect your judgment and coordination. Select one:
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: Alcohol is a stimulant drug that affects coordination, judgment, perception, and emotional state. Select one:
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: Alcohol, when consumed, controls you.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: Long term use of alcohol can lead to cirrhosis of the liver.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: Exercise helps speed up oxidation of alcohol.
A.) True
B.) False

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FALSE

Question: Alcohol must be digested before entering the blood stream.
A.) True
B.) False

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FALSE

Question: The amount of food your stomach slows the absoption of alcohol in the body.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE

Question: All of the following are physiological effects of alcohol EXCEPT: Select one:
A.) Hand
B.) Heart
C.) Liver
D.) Tiredness

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Hand

Question: Which of the following factors does NOT influence underage drinking? Select one:
A.) Taste
B.) Cost
C.) Sociological factors
D.) Peer Pressure

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Cost
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★ Driver's Ed Module 9: Adverse Conditions Test Answers 2

Question: Overdriving your headlights means ___.
A.) you cannot stop in the distance illuminated by your headlights
B.) your headlights are out of alignment
C.) your headlights are dirty
D.) none of the above

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you cannot stop in the distance illuminated by your headlights

Question: In fog, you should use ___.
A.) emergency lights
B.) low beam lights
C.) high beam lights
D.) no lights are necessary

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low beam lights

Question: Dirty headlights can reduce visibility up to 90%. Select one:
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: You should lower your high beam headlights when driving in fog, heavy rain, sleet, snow, or dust. Select one:
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Properly adjusted low beam lights should illuminate 200 feet. Select one:
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: Properly adjusted high beam lights should illuminate 300 to 350 feet. Select one:
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: A rain soaked roadway is usually slippery ___.
A.)A wet roadway is most slippery
B.)a. when the rain first begins
C.)b. after it has rained a while
D.)c. both A & B

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when the rain first begins

Question: Hydroplaning ___.
A.) is caused by a buildup of water between the tires and road surface
B.) results in loss of steering
C.) results in loss of braking
D.) all of the above

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all of the above

Question: Hydroplaning occurs when ___.
A.) a film of water builds up between the road surface and the vehicle's tires
B.) the water level comes up to the bottom of your vehicle
C.) wind causes the vehicle to not respond to steering input

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a film of water builds up between the road surface and the vehicle's tires

Question: Which of the following should you NOT do when your vehicle begins to hydroplane? Select one:
A.) Avoid steering changes
B.) Hold the steering-wheel firmly
C.) Take your foot off the accelerator
D.) Stomp on the brake

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Stomp on the brake

Question: Rear wheel traction loss is called hydroplaning. Select one:
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: Front wheel traction loss is called understeer. Select one:
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Kitty litter can help the tires gain traction on slick surfaces. Select one:
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Slight acceleration is helpful in an oversteer situation. Select one:
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Understeering results from too little steering by the driver.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: Oversteering results in a front wheel skid.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: Dust or sand storms ___
A.) can reduce visibility to 1/2 mile or less
B.) strike with little warning
C.) often damage oil and air filters
D.) all of the above

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all of the above

Question: A danger of driving through deep water is ___.
A.) the roadbed may be washed away
B.) your vehicle may stall
C.) both A & B
D.) neither A nor B

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both A & B

Question: When it floods, a vehicle may float in as little as one or two feet of water. Select one:
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Two feet of water will carry away most vehicles.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: A driver can lose control of a vehicle in 6 inches of water.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: When driving through water, stay close to the shoulder.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: As more streets and parking lots are built, flooding problems will increase.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Bridges freeze before road surfaces.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Bridges and overpasses can be even more hazardous during cold weather because ___.
A.) vehicles hydroplane quicker on these surfaces
B.) these surfaces freeze before other road surfaces
C.) visibility is reduced
D.) none of the above

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these surfaces freeze before other road surfaces
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★ Driver's Ed Module 9: Adverse Conditions Test Answers 1

Question: All of the following road surface conditions decrease the level of traction EXCEPT: Select one:
A.) Ice, snow, or frost covered roads
B.) Sand or gravel-covered areas
C.) Dry road
D.) Uneven road surfaces

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Dry road

Question: When driving into a headwind, you may need to ___.
A.) accelerate
B.) brake
C.) steer right
D.) steer left

Get the Correct ANSWER

accelerate

Question: When driving in a strong headwind, you may need to accelerate more to maintain speed. Select one:
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Which of the following is NOT a responsibility that you would have after a crash? Select one:
A.) Help the injured and send for skilled help as soon as possible
B.) Move car if possible to avoid blocking traffic
C.) Obtain name, address, and telephone numbers of witnesses
D.) Flee the scene

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Flee the scene

Question: The leading cause of death during winter storms is transportation crashes. Select one:
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: It is never safe to drive on snow or ice; however if you must drive on snow or ice, significantly reduce your speed and give yourself extra room to stop. Select one:
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: In order to maintain traction and control - tires, shock absorbers, brakes, and the steering system must be maintained and in good working condition. Select one:
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Removing the radiator cap is advisable as it will help release steam and cool an overheated engine quicker.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: The use of cruise control can help control a vehicle in snow.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: The use of the air conditioner will help defog interior windows.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Tire pressure increases as the tires get hot.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Before starting a vehicle in snow, check to be sure the exhaust system is clear.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: A good technique to minimize understeer is to slow down before entering a curve or turn.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: In vehicles without ABS, a quick jab of the brakes may help control front wheel traction loss.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: All of the following are ways to prepare your vehicle for hot weather EXCEPT which one? Select one:
A.) Inspect antifreeze/coolant level and condition
B.) When parked, use a sun shield to cover the windshield
C.) Switch to a motor oil with higher viscosity
D.) Wash your car

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Wash your car

Question: Before winter arrives you should never have your vehicle tuned up. Select one:
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: Which of the following is NOT a different automotive technology that has enhanced vehicle control? Select one:
A.) Air bags
B.) Suspension control systems
C.) Anti-lock brake systems
D.) Traction control systems

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Air bags

Question: Which of the following are grooves or rows of raised pavement markers placed perpendicular to the direction of travel to alert inattentive drivers? Select one:
A.) Median Barriers
B.) Rumble Strips
C.) Breakaway Sign Support Posts

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Rumble Strips

Question: Which of the following is a source of glare? Select one:
A.) High beam headlights
B.) Dirty windshield
C.) Flashing neon lights
D.) All of the above

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All of the above

Question: Which of the following terms is defined as unforeseen combination of circumstances or the resulting state that calls for immediate action? Select one:
A.) Immediate Emergency
B.) Potential Emergency
C.) Controlling Consequences

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Immediate Emergency

Question: If you suffer from night blindness, ____.
A.) glasses can remedy the problem
B.) your daytime vision wiU also be affected
C.) you should not drive at night
D.) all of the above

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you should not drive at night

Question: Whenever you are driving on a roadway at night and you have difficulty seeing, speed up even if it is above the posted speed limit. Select one:
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: If a driver is blinded by the lights of an oncoming vehicle, he/she should ___.
A.)Reduce speed
B.)Look to the right
C.)Glance briefly ahead
D.)all of the above

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all of the above

Question: One method for reducing glare at night is to ___.
A.) wear sunglasses
B.) clean your windshield
C.) both A & B
D.) neither A nor B

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clean your windshield
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★ Driver's Ed Module 11: Consumer Responsibility Test Answers 2

Question: You can conserve energy while operating your vehicle by: Select one:
A.) driving at a steady speed
B.) avoiding excessive idling
C.) saving gas when changing gears
D.) both a & b
E.) all of the above

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all of the above

Question: Quick acceleration can save fuel consumption by 2 miles per gallon
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

Get the Correct ANSWER

FALSE

Question: Quick acceleration can increase fuel consumption by 2 miles per gallon.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

Get the Correct ANSWER

TRUE

Question: Properly inflated tires help increase gas mileage
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

Get the Correct ANSWER

TRUE

Question: A vehicle traveling 55 mph on the highway will get about 21% more miles per gallon than a vehicle traveling 70 mph.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

Get the Correct ANSWER

TRUE

Question: The Monroney Sticker Price shows the base price, manufacturer's installed options, transportation charges and fuel economy.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

Get the Correct ANSWER

FALSE

Question: It takes less gas to restart a vehicle than it does to let it idle for one minute
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

Get the Correct ANSWER

TRUE

Question: Checking belts, sparkplugs, hoses and oil are NOT ways to ensure that your vehicle is environmentally friendly. Select one:
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: Vehicles negatively impact the environment by: Select one:
A.) used oil and filers pollute rivers and used tires are not biodegradable
B.) drivers litter, improper disposal of old vehicles
C.) pollution caused by engine exhaust causes air pollution and damages the ozone layer
D.) all of the above

Get the Correct ANSWER

all of the above

Question: Before taking different vehicle fluids to be recycled, it is a good idea to put them all in one container to save space
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: You can recycle the following vehicle fluids: transmission fluid, anti-freeze, motor oil and windshield wiper fluid. Select one:
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Antifreeze is a toxic chemical
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Green fluid coming from under the vehicle is most likely an antifreeze leak.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Since tires are biodegradable, they can be disposed of at a landfill.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: Battery powered vehicles produce less pollution than gas-powered vehicles.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: What steps should you take after a crash? Select one:
A.) fuss at the other driver for hitting your car
B.) move your car to avoid blocking traffic, call the police and exchange information with the other driver
C.) call the police first, then move your car
D.) call your family or friends

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move your car to avoid blocking traffic, call the police and exchange information with the other driver

Question: When involved in a crash, you should get the names, addresses, registration numbers, and insurance information from everyone involved in the collision
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Collision insurance may be required if you are financing the vehicle
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: It is unlawful for an insurance company to raise your premiums if you are involved in a collision that was not your fault.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: It is always a good idea to call the police if you are involved in a crash.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Why should you talk to your family about being a registered organ donor? Select one:
A.) they won't care
B.) the health care professionals will honor your wishes even if your family doesn't approve
C.) they may not approve because it is difficult for them
D.) they know your wishes and are more likely to honor your intentions

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they know your wishes and are more likely to honor your intentions

Question: What items/organs can be donated: Select one:
A.) liver, heart, skin and lungs
B.) bone marrow, corneas, kidneys and pancreas
C.) bone, tissue, blood vessels and heart valves
D.) only a & b
E.) all of the above

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all of the above

Question: A living donor is defined as a person who donates a kidney or part of their liver. Select one:
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Living donors do not exist
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: The families of the donor must pay the medical costs of harvesting the organs
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: The Glenda Dawson Registry is the current Texas organ and tissue donation registry
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: It is an option in Texas for drivers to obtain vehicle insurance
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: The TexasSure is a financial verification program
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Texas law requires that the insurance company respond to your claim within _____ days of the date it received your claim in writing. Select one:
A.) 20
B.) 15
C.) 30
D.) 5

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15

Question: The Texas official state organ, tissue and eye donor registry is called: Select one:
A.) Texas Registry for Organ Donation
B.) Donate Life
C.) Texas Registry
D.) Glenda Dawson Donate Life - Texas Registry

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Glenda Dawson Donate Life - Texas Registry
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