★ Railroad Track Crossing -Traffic School, Drivers Ed Test Answers

Never ________ on or near a railroad track.
A.) slow
B.) yield
C.) accelerate
D.) stop

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stop

Do not cross railroad tracks if:
A.) You cannot cross without completely clearing the tracks.
B.) You cannot see the tracks for 500 feet in both directions.
C.) The crossing is marked with a crossbuck sign.

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You cannot cross without completely clearing the tracks.

Do not enter a railroad crossing __________
A.) unless the vehicle ahead has moved far enough so that you can clear the tracks.
B.) unless the flashing lights are activated.
C.) if a train is within 3/4 of a mile of the crossing.
D.) none of the above

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unless the vehicle ahead has moved far enough so that you can clear the tracks.

You are driving toward a railroad crossing that does not have gates or lights. A train is approaching, but there might be just enough time for you to cross the tracks before it arrives. You should
A.) Slow down, stop at the crossing, and wait for the train to cross in front of you.
B.) Speed up and drive faster than the speed limit, so you have more room to get across the tracks before the train arrives.
C.) Continue driving at the speed limit and see if you can make it across the tracks ahead of the train.

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Slow down, stop at the crossing, and wait for the train to cross in front of you.

If you are stopped at a crossing where there is more than one set of tracks, __________ before you start across.
A.) watch for the signal on the other track
B.) wait at least 2 seconds to see if another train is coming
C.) be alert for a second train on the other set of tracks
D.) all of the above

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be alert for a second train on the other set of tracks

At intersections, crosswalks, and railroad crossings, you should always:
A.) Look out both sides of your vehicle to see what's coming
B.) Proceed cautiously without stopping.
C.) Slowly pass vehicles that seem to be stopped for no reason.
D.) Honk your horn until pedestrians, vehicles and trains get out of your way.

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Look out both sides of your vehicle to see what's coming

Drive onto railroad tracks only when you have enough space and speed to clear the tracks.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

At most crossings in Florida, the location of the crossing is listed on a plate under the crossbuck.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

On the crossbuck or gate at the railroad crossing, there is a sign telling you how many tracks are at that crossing.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

You can go around a traffic gate at a railroad crossing. Even if the gate is down, you could probably beat the train to the crossing.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Railroad crossings without barriers can be crossed without caution.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

At a railroad crossing you should look for a train approaching the crossing.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

An uncontrolled railroad crossing does not have red lights, but it does have a crossing gate.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Explanation: An uncontrolled intersection is one that does not hold red lights or a crossing gate. Despite, like a controlled crossing, they are labeled with a round yellow approach alert sign and are located forward of the crossing. The speed limit is 15 mph within 100 feet of a railroad crossing where you cannot see the marks for 400 feet in both ways.

At railroad crossings, __________
A.) make sure all tracks are clear before crossing.
B.) make sure there is room for your vehicle on the other side before starting to cross.
C.) it is against the law to drive around or under a crossing gate, either down or being opened or closed.
D.) all of the above

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all of the above

When stopped at railroad tracks with no crossing gates, you may cross:
A.) At any time - you have the right-of-way
B.) Only when you can see clearly in both directions
C.) As soon as the train has passed your roadway
D.) Only when the train is completely out of sight

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Only when you can see clearly in both directions

If your vehicle stalls on a railroad track, __________
A.) turn on your headlights and emergency flashers; sound your horn to warn the train crew.
B.) remain by the vehicle and signal the train crew to stop.
C.) get out of the vehicle and run toward the train but stay off the tracks to avoid being hit by your vehicle or any debris from the crash.
D.) none of the above

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get out of the vehicle and run toward the train but stay off the tracks to avoid being hit by your vehicle or any debris from the crash.

If your vehicle stalls on the railroad crossing ______ the track.
A.) leave it on
B.) move it off
C.) both
D.) neither

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leave it on

If your vehicle has a stall at the railway crossing ________ footprint.
A.) leave the
B.) move it out
C.) both
D.) neither

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leave the

If your vehicle is in stable in ________ railroad crossing the track.
A.) leave it
B.) move out
C.) both
D.) or

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leave it

If your vehicle stalls on the railroad crossing, _______________ the track.
A.) leave the stalled vehicle on
B.) move the stalled vehicle off
C.) either
D.) neither

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leave the stalled vehicle on

If your vehicle stalls, move it off of the roadway _______.
A.) as quickly as possible
B.) immediately call for help
C.) try to get someone to assist you

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as quickly as possible

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