★ Bicyclists, Bike, Pedestrians -Defensive Driving, Traffic School, Drivers Ed Answers

Question: Bicyclists often create unsafe situations by riding ________ for the traffic environment and weather conditions.
A.) too slowly
B.) at excessive speeds
C.) at moderate speeds
D.) without proper attire

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at excessive speeds

Question: Drivers may cross into a bicycle lane:
A.) only when making a right turn within the last 200 feet before an intersection.
B.) only when making a left turn within the last 100 feet before an intersection.
C.) only when making a right turn within the last 100 feet before an intersection.
D.) only when making a left turn within the last 200 feet before an intersection.

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only when making a right turn within the last 200 feet before an intersection.

Question: If you see a bicyclist on the road ahead, with their left arm extended straight out to the left, you should assume the bicyclist is:
➜ When you see a bicyclist on the road ahead with their left arm extended downward to their left, you should assume the bicyclist is:
A.) Signaling that they are slowing down or stopping.
B.) Signaling to change lanes to the left or make a left turn.
C.) Just stretching their arm. It is not a signal of anything.

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Signaling that they are slowing down or stopping.

Question: Riders of bicycles and mopeds:
A.) Have the same rights and duties of drivers of motor vehicles
B.) May not operate faster than 20 miles per hour
C.) Must be 16 years of age to operate on a public road
D.) Follow different laws than drivers of motor vehicles

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Have the same rights and duties of drivers of motor vehicles

Question: What are the rights of a person riding a bicycle on public roads?
A.) The same rights as a motor vehicle
B.) The same rights as a pedestrian
C.) He or she has no rights - it is illegal
D.) He or she must yield to all vehicles

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The same rights as a motor vehicle

Question: Bicycles are governed by the same rules as motor vehicles.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Bicycle riders do not need to adhere to all the same traffic laws as a motor vehicle.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: A bicyclist has all the rights and duties applicable to the driver of any other vehicle.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Approximately 2% of all fatal traffic collisions are bicycle-related.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: Pedestrians and bicycle riders do not have to obey traffic signals.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: Drivers should allow bicyclists a safety cushion of ________.
A.) 3 - 4 inches
B.) 3 - 4 feet
C.) 3 - 4 lanes
D.) 3 - 4 miles

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3 - 4 feet

EXPLANATION: Do not obstruct bicycle traffic by reducing the width required for safe bicycle passage. Allow bicycles a safety cushion of 3-4 feet.

Question: You may not drive in a bicycle lane except within the last 300 feet before an intersection to make a right turn.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: If you are making a right-hand turn and there is a bike lane, when is it OK for you to enter the bike lane?
A.) You can drive in the bike lane only when the white line gets broken near an upcoming corner.
B.) You can drive in the bike lane ONLY for the last few feet before you turn.
C.) You can drive in the bike lane as long as there are no bicyclists in it!
D.) You can drive in the bike lane as long as there are no bicyclists in it, for the last 200 feet before you turn.

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You can drive in the bike lane as long as there are no bicyclists in it, for the last 200 feet before you turn.

Question: Don't drive in a bike lane unless you are within _____ feet of making a right turn at a corner or you are preparing to enter or leave the roadway.
A.) 200
B.) 100
C.) 50
D.) 20
E.) 10

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200

Question: When there is a bike lane at an intersection, __________
A.) signal your turn prior to crossing through the bike lane at the dashed striping.
B.) yield to any bicyclist.
C.) you may enter the bike lane at the intersection or driveway after first checking to make sure that no bicyclists are present if there is no right turn lane.
D.) all of the above

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all of the above

Question: Bicycle helmets can reduce head injuries by ____%.
➜ Bicycle helmets reduce the risk of head injuries by:
A.) 25
B.) 35
C.) 55
D.) 85
E.) 75

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85

Question: When passing a bicycle, allow at least _____ feet between your car and the bicycle.
A.) 3
B.) 5
C.) 10
D.) 15
E.) 25

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3

Question: If there is an obstruction in the road ahead such as a bicyclist or a pedestrian walking too closely to the roadway, it is legal to cross to the left of a solid double lane marker in a no-passing zone if the roadway ahead is clear.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

# You may not pass on a two-lane road with traffic moving in opposite directions under these conditions:
# Where you see a “DO NOT PASS” or “NO PASSING ZONE” sign. The prohibition of passing in a no-passing zone does not apply when an obstruction exists making it necessary to drive to the left of the center of the highway [s 316.0875(3) F.S.]. Thus, when a cyclist is traveling so slowly as to constitute an “obstruction,” a motorist may cross the center line in a no-passing zone if the way is clear to do so, i.e., when it can be seen that oncoming traffic is far enough away the pass may be completed before coming within 200 feet of an oncoming vehicle.
# Where a solid yellow line is painted on your side of the center line.
# On hills or curves, and at intersections.
# Within 100 feet of a bridge, viaduct, tunnel, or railroad crossing. Violators may be arrested or issued a ticket.

Question: Which of the following are not allowed on expressways?
A.) Motor-driven cycles and motor scooters with 150 cubic centimeter displacement or less.
B.) Pedestrians
C.) Bicycles
D.) all of the above

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all of the above

Question: Pedestrians, cyclists, horse drawn vehicles and wheel chair users are known as ___________
A. vulnerable road users.
B. illegal road users.
C. nuisance road users.

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vulnerable road users.

Question: When operating a bicycle on a one-way street with two or more traffic lanes, you may ride as close to the _______________ as possible.
ANS: Right-hand edge of the roadway

Question: In Florida you must wear a helmet when riding a bike if you are ______ years old or younger.
ANS: 16

Question: True or False: If you ride a bicycle in Florida, your bicycle is legally defined as a vehicle.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: In Florida, the bicycle is legally defined as a pedestrian.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Question: In Florida, bicycles are classified as ____________.
A.) animals
B.) vehicles
C.) pedestrians

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vehicles

Question: Which of the following statements is false? About bicycle.
A.) Bicyclists using a public roadway are responsible for observing traffic laws.
B.) In Florida, the bicycle is legally defined as a pedestrian.
C.) Bicyclists may generally operate legally on sidewalks.
D.) none of the above

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In Florida, the bicycle is legally defined as a pedestrian.

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