★ Collisions / Crash 2 -Defensive Driving Answers

Question: Among those killed, teenage drivers have the highest death rates per miles driven among all age groups, followed by elderly drivers and young ________.
A.) adult males
B.) bicyclists
C.) adult females
D.) truckers

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adult males


Question: Young children can sustain serious injuries from ______, which deploy even in a low speed crash.
A.) dashboards
B.) mirrors
C.) air bags
D.) steering wheel

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air bags


Question: 2. Young children can sustain serious injuries from ______, which deploy even in a low speed crash.
A.) cargo nets
B.) ABS
C.) head restraints
D.) air bags

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air bags


Question: Your chances of being killed in a car crash are ____ times greater if you are thrown from the car?
➜ Your chance of being killed in a vehicle accident is how many times greater if you are thrown from the car?
A.) 15 times greater
B.) 2 times greater
C.) 5 times greater

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5 times greater


Question: Seat Belts are important to both passenger and driver because if you are thrown away from a vehicle during an accident your chances of being killed are
A.) not any greater
B.) 5 times greater
C.) 3 times greater
D.) 2 times greater

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5 times greater


Question: It is estimated that over ___________% of all crashes in the u.s. are caused by driver distraction.
➜ It is estimated that over what percent of all crashes in the u.s. are caused by driver distraction
➜ It is estimated that over of all crashes in the us are caused by driver distraction
➜ what percentage of accidents are caused by driver distraction
A.) 75
B.) 25
C.) 50
D.) 10

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50


Question: _________is one of the top three factors associated with fatal crashes.
➜ Blank is one of the top three factors associated with fatal crashes
A.) Failure to maintain lane position
B.) Speeding
C.) Driving under the influence
D.) All of these answers are correct.

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All of these answers are correct.


Question: Over__________people were killed in 2005 in alcohol-related crashes.
A.) 10,000
B.) 16,000
C.) 7500
D.) 20,000

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16,000


Question: If you are a passenger and have your seat reclined with your safety belt on, in the event of a crash, ______.
A.) you are risk free
B.) you are secured properly
C.) you have more protection from knee-impact air bags
D.) your body could slide forward, increasing the chance of injury

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your body could slide forward, increasing the chance of injury


Question: Any serious traffic injuries should be reported immediately by contacting _____________.
A.) Your insurance company
B.) The victim's family
C.) Your vehicle manufacturer
D.) 911

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911


Question: On average in the U.S., one friend, parent or family member dies every__________minutes in alcohol related crashes.
A.) 15
B.) 10
C.) 31
D.) 25

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31


Question: 2. On average in the U.S., one friend, parent or family member dies every__________minutes in alcohol related crashes.
A.) 35
B.) 20
C.) 45
D.) 55

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45


Question: 3. On average in the U.S., one friend, parent or family member dies every__________minutes in alcohol related crashes.
A.) 35
B.) 20
C.) 48
D.) 55

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48


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Question: Speeding is a factor in ___________% of all fatal accidents.
➜ 1 speeding is a factor in ___________% of all fatal accidents
A.) 50
B.) 30
C.) 45
D.) 75

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30


Question: Speeding is a factor in 28 of all fatal crashes in the united states. a) true b) false
➜ Speeding is a factor in 28% of all fatal crashes in the united states
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Speeding is a factor in 30% of all fatal accidents.


Question: Each year, approximately ____ people are killed in motor vehicle-related collisions in the U.S.
ANS: 40,000

Question: More than ___ percent of all vehicle-occupant fatalities occur in single-vehicle crashes.
ANS: 50

Question: How many seconds ahead do you look of your vehicle to avoid collisions?
ANS: One should look 10 to 15 seconds ahead to avoid collisions.

Question: True or False: Nearly half of all new drivers will either be cited for a traffic offense or be involved in a collision during their first 12 months of driving.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: If a driver ahead of another car stops suddenly and the car behind hits them, it is the "fault" of __________.
➜ If a driver ahead of another car stops suddenly and the car behind hits them it is the fault of _
A.) the driver ahead
B.) the driver behind
C.) the traffic signs in the area
D.) both drivers

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the driver behind


Question: The majority of people killed in traffic crashes were:
A.) drivers
B.) passengers
C.) pedestrians
D.) cyclists

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pedestrians

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