DONE - Drivers Ed Test Answers ★ Module 7 unit 7 Lesson 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Lesson 1: Urban Driving, Lesson 2: Driving On Open Highways, Lesson 3: Driving On Open Highways, Lesson 4: Passing, Lesson 5: Hazardous Conditions: Module 7 unit 7 Drivers Ed Question and Answers

Question: Both left and right turns require a signal of the motorist's intention to turn with ___ feet of the intersection where the turn will be made.
ANS: 100

Question: You should scan the roadway 10 to 15 seconds ahead when driving in urban areas, which is the equivalent of ___ city block.
ANS: One

Question: If you are making a left turn always yield the right-of-way at:
ANS: All of the answers: Intersections, Driveways, Alleys

Question: You should never make a U-turn when you cannot see clearly, due to weather, 200 feet in either direction or when there is a vehicle closer than 200 feet to you in a residential district.
ANS: True

Question: You are permitted to drive no more than ___ feet within a two-way left turn center lane before making or completing a left turn.
ANS: 200

Question: ___ lanes give drivers the time and space to reduce their speed to what is posted and/or prepare for the sharpness of the curve.
ANS: Exit

Question: California has a "basic speed law" which states you must never drive faster than is safe for current conditions, regardless of the posted speed limit.
ANS: True

Question: The phenomenon of ___ is defined as a dull or drowsy condition that can occur because of the concentration needed while driving long distances.
ANS: None of the answers

Question: It is very important to remember that driving too ___ on freeways can be just as dangerous as driving too ___!
ANS: slowly; quickly

Question: Having an adequate ___ provides a driver with the time and space necessary to react to potential and immediate hazards in the driving scene.
ANS: space cushion

Question: When approaching a curve the best thing to do is?
ANS: Reduce your speed before entering it

Question: If your engine begins to lose power, run rough, stall, or refuse to start when traveling at high altitudes, your vehicle may be suffering from ___.
ANS: Vapor lock

Question: Blind spots around large vehicles, such as trucks, are much larger than passenger vehicles. These large blinds spots are called ___.
ANS: No zones

Question: On highways, using ___ will help you increase your field of vision, as well as being alert while driving and using scanning techniques.
ANS: headlights

Question: Vehicles displaying an orange reflective triangle sign do not travel over ___ MPH.
ANS: 25

Question: It is legal to pass another vehicle by going over the posted speed limit, as long as once the pass has been executed you return to the posted speed limit?
ANS: False

Question: When traveling on an open highway, you may legally pass another vehicle if a yellow solid line is next to a broken yellow line and the solid yellow line is on your side of the roadway.
ANS: False

Question: When passing on an open highway drivers should not pass a vehicle of oncoming traffic if the opposing lane is within ___ feet of them.
ANS: 200

Question: Passing on the right is allowed on a ___.
ANS: multi-lane roadway with one-way traffic only

Question: If two vehicles are traveling at a speed of 50 miles per hour and they collide with one another, the speed of the head-on impact is actually ___ miles per hour.
ANS: 100

Question: A vehicle traveling on wet or slick roads can begin to ___ as water forms a barrier between the road and the tires and traction is lost as the wheels start to ride on top of the water and not the road surface.
ANS: hydroplane

Question: ___ are useful when driving on roads with snow.
ANS: Tire chains

Question: To help improve driver safety on highways ___ are textured lines that are used to inform drivers that they are reaching the edge of the roadway.
ANS: rumble strips

Question: California law requires all motorists to turn a vehicle's ___ on whenever windshield wipers are in use and whenever visibility is less than 1000 feet.
ANS: headlights

Question: Glare is a bright light that reflects into a person's eyes directly or off of a surface. ___ is a source of glare.
A vehicles headlights,
the angle of the sun,
All of the answers

ANS: All of the answers