Traffic School, TLSAE Answers ★ To Drive, Pass How Many Feet

Question: Your vehicle must have at least one rear-view mirror which gives a view of the highway at least ____ feet to the rear.
A.) 200
B.) 100
C.) 50
D.) 150

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200


Question: For how many feet before you start to turn should you begin your turn signal when you are driving on a highway?
➜ For how many feet should you signal before making a left or a right turn:
A.) 50 feet
B.) 300 feet
C.) 400 feet
D.) 100 feet

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100 Feet


Question: How long should you signal before you turn?
A.) 200 feet
B.) At least the last 100 feet
C.) 50 feet
D.) Right before making the turn

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At least the last 100 feet


Question: Give a turn signal for at least the last __________ feet before you make your turn to let other drivers know what you are going to do.
A.) 50
B.) 100
C.) 150
D.) 200

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100


Question: In Florida, it is illegal to drive on the left side of the road for passing purposes when __________.
A.) approaching within 100 feet of an intersection or railroad crossing
B.) you are operating a motorcycle
C.) carrying a passenger under 16 years of age
D.) it is raining

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approaching within 100 feet of an intersection or railroad crossing


Question: After passing a vehicle, you must return to the right side of the road before coming within how many feet of an oncoming vehicle?
➜ A vehicle must be able to return to the right lane when passing on the left before any approaching vehicle comes within _____ feet.
A.) 400 feet
B.) 300 feet
C.) 100 feet
D.) 200 feet

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200 feet

EXPLANATION: When passing, be sure you have the time and space to overtake the vehicle ahead and return to the right lane before any approaching vehicle comes within 200 feet of you.


Question: If you are going 55 mph, you will need more than _____________ feet to safely pass another vehicle.
A.) 800
B.) 400
C.) 1600
D.) 200

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1600


Question: Your car must have two red stoplights, seen from ________ feet in the daytime, that must come on when the foot brake is pressed.
A.) 300
B.) 100
C.) 150
D.) 200

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300


Question: At 25 MPH, it will take you about _____ feet to stop your car
A.) 25
B.) 62
C.) 144

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62


Question: All vehicles are required to have a white light that makes the license plate visible from __________.
A.) 25 feet
B.) 150 feet
C.) 100 feet
D.) 50 feet

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50 feet

EXPLANATION: Your vehicle is required to have A white light that makes the license plate visible from 50 feet.


Question: How far must your license plate be visible from?
A.) 50 feet
B.) 200 feet
C.) 100 feet
D.) 300 feet

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50 feet


Question: Your car must have a white light that makes the license plate visible from __________ feet.
A.) 50
B.) 75
C.) 100
D.) 125

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50

EXPLANATION: Your car must have the following lights:
Bright (high-beam) headlights which show objects 450 feet ahead.
Dimmed (low-beam) headlights which show objects 150 feet ahead.
Two red taillights mounted on the rear, visible from 1,000 feet.
A white light that makes the license plate visible from 50 feet (The plate must be kept clean).
Two red stoplights. They must be seen from 300 feet in the daytime, and must come on when the foot brake is pressed.
All vehicles, including animal-drawn vehicles, must have at least one white light visible from a distance of not less than 1,000 feet to the front. They must also have two red lights visible from a distance of not less than 1,000 feet to the rear, or one red light visible to the rear for a distance of 1,000 feet and two red reflectors visible from all distances from 600 feet to 1,000 feet.


Question: When a load extends to the rear __________ feet or more beyond the bed or body of the loaded vehicle, it must be clearly marked.
A.) 2
B.) 4
C.) 6
D.) 8

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4


Question: If you're carrying a load that extends beyond the sides of your vehicle, you don't need to clearly mark it unless it extends more than _____ beyond the rear of the vehicle.
A.) four inches
B.) four feet
C.) six feet
D.) eight feet

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four feet


Question: When a projecting load extends to the rear four or more feet beyond the bed or body of a vehicle in the daytime, the extreme rear and sides of the load must be marked by four choose an answer
A.) White flags.
B.) Red flags.
C.) White lights.
D.) Yellow flags.

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Red flags.

EXPLANATION: When a projecting load extends to the rear four or more feet beyond the bed or body of a vehicle in the daytime, the extreme rear and sides of the load must be marked by four Red flags.


Question: Assume that a load extends 4 or more feet beyond the bed or body of a vehicle driven on the highway in the daytime How many flags must be used to mark it and what color should they be?
A.) One White flags.
B.) Four Red flags.
C.) Two White lights.
D.) Four Yellow flags.

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Four Red flags.

EXPLANATION: When a projecting load extends to the rear four or more feet beyond the bed or body of a vehicle in the daytime, the extreme rear and sides of the load must be marked by four Red flags


Question: Allow a minimum of __________ feet of clearance when passing a bicyclist, and reduce your speed.
A.) two
B.) three
C.) four
D.) five

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three


Question: At 55 mph it will take you approximately _________ feet to stop the car.
➜ At 55 mph it will take you approximately _____ feet to stop the car.
A.) 5 feet
B.) 100 feet
C.) 228 feet

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228 feet


Question: You should signal your intent to turn at least _____ feet prior to turning when traveling on roads with a speed limit under 50 mph.
A.) 50 feet
B.) 100 feet
C.) 200 feet
D.) 300 feet

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100 feet


Question: Before making a left or right turn, you should signal for at least
➜ Before turning left or right you should signal during the last:
A.) 50 feet.
B.) 100 feet.
C.) 400 feet.

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100 feet.


Question: When passing a vehicle you must return to the right lane of the road before coming within:
A.) 500 feet of an oncoming vehicle
B.) 100 feet of an oncoming vehicle
C.) 300 feet of an oncoming vehicle
D.) 200 feet of an oncoming vehicle

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200 feet of an oncoming vehicle


Question: When passing, the law states that you must be able to return to your proper lane of travel before any approaching vehicle comes within ____________.
A.) 50 feet
B.) One mile
C.) 200 feet
D.) 300 yards

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200 feet


Question: The law states that you must be able to return to your proper lane of travel before any approaching vehicle comes within _____ feet.
A.) 50
B.) 150
C.) 200
D.) 100

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200

EXPLANATION: When passing, the law states that you must be able to return to your proper lane of travel before any approaching vehicle comes within 200 feet. When passing, be sure you have the time and space to overtake the vehicle ahead and return to the right lane before any approaching vehicle comes within 200 feet of you.


Question: When passing, you must return to the right side of the road before coming within __________ feet of any vehicle coming from the opposite direction.
A.) 100
B.) 200
C.) 300
D.) 400

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200


Question: True or False: To reflect to the driver a view of the highway through each mirror, a distance of at least 200 feet to the rear of the vehicle.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: On the freeway, you are required to have your signal on for ______ feet before changing lanes.
A.) 50
B.) 100
C.) 150

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100


Question: All vehicles carrying passengers for hire, all buses carrying passengers and all vehicles carrying explosives or flammable liquids must always stop no closer than __________ and no farther than __________ from railroad tracks.
A.) 15 feet, 50 feet
B.) 5 seconds, 10 seconds
C.) 25 feet, 50 feet
D.) 50 feet, 100 feet

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15 feet, 50 feet


Question: Since 3/4 of a second is the average reaction time, a motorist will travel __________ feet for each 10 MPH of speed before hitting the brake.
ANS: 11

Question: At 20 MPH, you must be able to stop your car within __________ feet when you use the foot brake.
ANS: 25

Question: When stopping at a railroad crossing, you should be no closer than _____ from the tracks.
A.) 10 feet
B.) 15 feet
C.) 25 feet
D.) 50 feet

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50 feet


Question: If you are traveling at 55 mph, you will cover over ____________
A.) 800 feet in 12 seconds.
B.) 900 feet in 12 seconds.
C.) 900 feet in 10 seconds.
D.) 800 feet in 5 seconds.

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800 feet in 12 seconds.

EXPLANATION: At highway speeds of 50–55 mph, you need a 10–12 second gap in oncoming traffic to pass safely. At 55 mph, you will travel over 800 feet in 10–12 seconds; so will an oncoming vehicle. That means you need over 1,600 feet (about 1/3 of a mile) to pass safely. It is harder to see and judge the speed of oncoming vehicles that are traveling 1/3 of a mile or more away from you.


Question: All vehicles must have two red stoplights. They must be seen from __________ in the daytime, and must come on when the foot brake is pressed.
A.) 200 feet
B.) 100 feet
C.) 400 feet
D.) 300 feet

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300 feet

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