DONE - Drivers Ed Test Answers ★ Module 1 unit 1 Lesson 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Lesson 1: License to Drive - A Privilege, Lesson 2: Operating A Motor Vehicle Is A Serious Responsibility, Lesson 3: Obey The Literal Interpretation Of Everyday Laws, Lesson 4: Common Courtesy Is A Key To Safety, Lesson 5: The Importance Of Driver Education, Lesson 6: History Of The Automobile: Module 1 unit 1 Drivers Ed Question and Answers

Question: A driver license in the State of California is a ________, not a right.
ANS: privilege

Question: The privilege-based issuance model provides for the ongoing qualification of individuals by testing, and for the ongoing monitoring of driver performance.

Question: Once you have a driver license, you are not expected and required to follow the rules of the road.

Question: Other drivers expect that you will not be under the influence of drugs, alcohol or anything that impairs your ability to operate a vehicle safely.

Question: Should anything happen, the financial consequences fall with parents or guardians.

Question: You should always approach a vehicle from the curb at the
You should always approach the vehicle from the curb at the ______.
ANS: Front

Question: It is legal for a driver to leave a vehicle unoccupied with the ignition on but in park for any length of time.
It is legal for a driver to leave his vehicle on occupied with the ignition on but In park for any length of time

Question: When parking on a hill with curb and the vehicle is facing uphill, the wheels should be turned ______.
ANS: Away from the curb

Question: It is legal to park your vehicle at an intersection

Question: Heads rests should be adjusted to fit against the ______ of the head
ANS: Middle

Question: Even when you think there is no one else around you should follow the rules of the road.

Question: When you approach a _____ sign you are required by law to come to a complete stop behind the limit line, at the corner or crosswalk.
ANS: stop

Question: Stop means to give up the right of way by letting pedestrians and other vehicles, whether a motorized vehicle or bicycle, proceed before you.

Question: Failure to yield the right of way is a key factor in car crashes at intersections.

Question: By not following posted signs you might be choosing between life of death.

Question: The pedals of the bicycles should have reflectors on them that can be seen from _______ feet away.
ANS: 200

Question: Drivers should be courteous and allow at least _____ feet of clearance when passing a bicyclist on the road.
ANS: 3

Question: The blind spots of large vehicles are frequently referred to as ______ zones.
ANS: no

Question: If you are stopped by law enforcement you should do the following except:
ANS: Speed off once the police officer is out of their vehicle

Question: You can be pulled over by a police officer for a moving violation and a registration or equipment violation?

Question: All new driver s under the age of _____ and over the age of _____ must take a driver education course to receive a learner s permit
ANS: 17 1/2, 15 1/2

Question: The aim of driver education is to provide the novice driver with the knowledge understanding skills and attitudes to safely operate a motor vehicle

Question: Driver education can lessen the costs associated with policing accidents and property damage

Question: Using the new skills attitudes and knowledge acquired through driver education the costs associated with replacement may be _______ and the result is a ________ driving environment for everyone.
ANS: reduced, safer

Question: Driver education provides knowledge about a variety of issues a driver can face while driving

Question: In the early 1900 s _________ began leading the automobile exploration in the US automotive industry
ANS: henry ford

Question: Decreasing engine emissions through ________ technology that not only protects the environment but also increases fuel efficiency may become the norm
ANS: hybrid

Question: Because of automobile manufacturing an industry has been created to support and supply it

Question: Some of the sociological changes caused by the automobile are:
having the choice to live where you want to in relation to work and other commitments
being able to travel
services and goods are more accessible
all of the above
ANS: all of the above

Question: The automobile will not remain the primary source of transportation