★ Use High, Low Beam Headlights When Driving 2 -Traffic School, Drivers Ed Test Answers

Question: If you are over-driving your headlights and you see an object ahead, you will_____.
➜ If you are over-driving your headlights and you see an object ahead, you will blank
A.) be able to stop, but may graze the object
B.) need to execute a high-speed U-turn
C.) not be able to stop in time to miss the object
D.) be given the right-of-way from other vehicles

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not be able to stop in time to miss the object

Question: To avoid overdriving your headlights, __________
➜ To avoid over driving your headlights, __________
A.) cool your headlights periodically by switching to your parking lights.
B.) make sure you can stop in the distance you see ahead of you.
C.) use your high beams whenever you drive at night.

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make sure you can stop in the distance you see ahead of you.

EXPLANATION: 1. Overdriving your headlights means driving too fast to be able to stop in the distance lit by your headlights. If you are over-driving your headlights and you see an object ahead, you will not be able to stop in time to miss the object.
2. Overdriving your headlights means not being able to stop inside the illuminated area ahead. It is difficult to judge other vehicles' speeds and distances at night. Do not overdrive your headlights—it creates a blind "crash area" in front of your vehicle. You should be able to stop inside the illuminated area ahead.

Question: Overdriving your headlights is __________
A.) driving with only your parking lights on
B.) having your headlights aimed improperly.
C.) driving with your high-beam headlights on.
D.) driving at a speed that makes your stopping distance longer than the distance illuminated by your headlights.

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driving at a speed that makes your stopping distance longer than the distance illuminated by your headlights.

Question: If you drive to fast to stop within the area illuminated by the headlights
ANS: Overdriving your headlights

Question: Which of the following isn't recommended when driving at night?
A.) Using low-beams when following another vehicle
B.) Pulling off the road as far as possible if you have car trouble
C.) Looking directly into the oncoming headlights
D.) Driving slowly until your eyes adjust to the darkness when leaving a brightly lit place

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Looking directly into the oncoming headlights

Question: If you are using your high beams at night, and another car approaches, you should
A.) dim your lights
B.) flash your bright lights
C.) steer a little bit to the right
D.) yield the right-of-way
E.) identify the oncoming car

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dim your lights

Question: To prevent being blinded by an approaching vehicle at night, it is best to:
➜ To avoid being blinded by an approaching vehicle at night, it is best to ____.
A.) leave your dome light on to offset the glare
B.) dim your headlights and continue at the same speed
C.) slow down and avoid looking directly into the lights of the approaching vehicle
D.) stop
E.) turn on your high beam headlights

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slow down and avoid looking directly into the lights of the approaching vehicle

Question: If you do not have __________, always drive with your low-beam headlights on.
A.) center-signal lights
B.) fog lights
C.) daytime running lights
D.) rear-view lights

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daytime running lights

Question: You must use headlights when driving ___________________.
A.) between sunset and sunrise
B.) in rain
C.) half hour after sunset and half hour before sunrise
D.) Both A and B

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Both A and B

EXPLANATION: Headlights must be used between sunset and sunrise or if driving in rain, smoke, or fog.

Question: Dawn and dusk are examples of environmental hazards; turn on your low beam headlights, not only so you can see better, but so others can see you better.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Your high beam headlights illuminate the road in front of you for:
A.) 150 feet
B.) 350 feet
C.) 500 feet

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500 feet

Question: High beam headlights are most effective for speeds faster than __________ mph.
A.) 40
B.) 35
C.) 30
D.) 25

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25

Question: High beam headlights can reveal objects up to a distance of __________ feet.
A.) 450
B.) 400
C.) 350
D.) 500

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450

Question: Don't use high-beam headlights within __________ feet of oncoming vehicles.
➜ Upper beam (bright) headlights must not be used with how many feet of oncoming vehicles:
A.) 300 feet
B.) 500 feet
C.) 200 feet
D.) 400 feet

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500 feet

Question: Within how many feet of an oncoming vehicle should you dim your bright headlights?
➜ At what distance should headlights be dimmed to oncoming traffic?
A.) 300 feet
B.) 500 feet
C.) 200 feet
D.) 400 feet
E.) 100 feet
F.) 700 feet
G.) 1000 feet

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500 feet

Question: Your low beam headlights illuminate the road in front of you for approximately:
A.) 100 feet
B.) 300 feet
C.) 350 feet

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100 feet

Question: Your low beam headlights illuminate the road in front of you for approximately __________ feet.
A.) 150
B.) 350
C.) 450
D.) 550

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150

Question: If you are behind other vehicles, use low beams when you are within __________ feet of the vehicle ahead.
A.) 200
B.) 300
C.) 400
D.) 500

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300

EXPLANATION: Night Driving: # You will need to drive with extra care at night. You cannot see as far ahead or to the side, and glare from oncoming cars can reduce your vision even more. Follow these guidelines for driving at night:
# Use your headlights (low beam or high beam) between the hours of sunset and sunrise.
# Low beam headlamps are only effective for speeds up to 20-25 MPH. You must use special care when driving faster than these speeds, since you are unable to detect pedestrians, bicyclists and others.
# High beam headlights can reveal objects up to a distance of at 450 feet and are most effective for speeds faster than 25 MPH.
# Don’t use high-beam headlights within 500 feet of oncoming vehicles.
# If you are behind other vehicles, use low beams when you are within 300 feet of the vehicle ahead.
# When leaving a brightly lit place, drive slowly until your eyes adjust to the darkness.
# Don’t look directly at oncoming headlights. Instead, watch the right edge of your lane. Look quickly to be sure of the other vehicle’s position every few seconds.
# Drive as far to the right as you can if a vehicle with one light comes toward you.

Question: All vehicles must have two red lights visible from a distance of not less than ______ feet to the rear.
A.) 250
B.) 750
C.) 500
D.) 1000

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1000

Question: Daytime running lights are not the same as headlights, and you should turn on your headlights when required by law.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Florida law requires the use of vehicle headlights between 1/2 hour before sunset and sunrise.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: When you are approaching a motor vehicle from the rear, Florida law requires that you dim high beam headlights prior to coming within 300 feet of the rear of a vehicle.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: With the implementation of daytime running lights in Canada, there was an 11 percent decline in two-vehicle different-direction crashes during the day.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: A good way to DECIDE when it is safe to pull back into your lane after passing is when you can see _____________ of the car you just passed in your inside rearview mirror.
A.) The driver
B.) Both of the headlights
C.) The hood

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Both of the headlights

Question: If your head lights go out and you can still see, it is ok to drive the car home.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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False

Question: True or False: It is safe to use your bright headlights if there is a car ahead of you within 300 feet.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: How do you maximize your visibility when driving on slippery surfaces?
A.) pull off the road.
B.) speed threw the fog.
C.) use your headlights
D.) all of the above

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use your headlights

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