★ Causes of Fatal Collisions -Defensive Driving, Drivers Ed Test Answers

Question: The three leading causes of fatal collisions are__________________.
A.) Impaired drivers, weather conditions, and weaving in and out of your lane
B.) Failing to maintain lane position, speeding, and impaired driving
C.) Speeding, impaired driving, and the weather conditions
D.) Failing to maintain lane position, speeding, and inexperienced drivers

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Failing to maintain lane position, speeding, and impaired driving

Question: Fatal accidents often occur when passing is attempted on a _______ road.
A.) mountain
B.) desert
C.) wide
D.) straight

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mountain

Question: Collisions with large animals, particularly deer, and moose, represent more than __ % of all crashes in United States
A.) 9
B.) 12
C.) 4
D.) 7
E.) 10

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4

Question: The ___________ collision occurs when the vehicle strikes an object, strikes another vehicle, or rolls over.
A.) First
B.) Second
C.) Third
D.) None of the these

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First

During a crash as many as three collisions can occur.
The first collision occurs when the vehicle strikes an object, strikes another vehicle, or rolls over.
The second collision occurs when the unbelted occupant collides with the interior of the vehicle or worse is ejected and strikes an object outside the vehicle.
The third collision occurs inside the unbelted occupant – when internal organs thrust against the body’s skeletal system.

Question: The ___________ collision occurs when the unbelted occupant collides with the interior of the vehicle.
A.) First
B.) Second
C.) Third
D.) None of the these

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Second

During a crash as many as three collisions can occur.
The first collision occurs when the vehicle strikes an object, strikes another vehicle, or rolls over.
The second collision occurs when the unbelted occupant collides with the interior of the vehicle or worse is ejected and strikes an object outside the vehicle.
The third collision occurs inside the unbelted occupant – when internal organs thrust against the body’s skeletal system.

Question: The ___________ collision occurs inside the unbelted occupant, when internal organs are thrust against the body's skeletal system.
A.) First
B.) Second
C.) Third
D.) None of the these

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Third

Question: During a crash, one of the collisions that occurs is the internal organs of the occupant hitting his or her skeletal structure. TRUE or FALSE?
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: __________ reflectors, on the lines on the edge of the road, always mean you are facing traffic the wrong way and could have a head-on collision.
A. Yellow
B. Amber
C. Red
D. White

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Red

Question: True or false: It is better to hit a row of bushes than a solid object like a tree.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: True or false: It is better to hit something that isn't moving (like a parked car) than a car that is coming towards you.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: The _______ collision is when the windshield or steering column stops
➜ The blank collision is when the windshield or steering column stops
➜ What collision is when the windshield or steering column stops
A.) First
B.) Second
C.) Third
D.) None of the these

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Second

Question: In a collision the human body will strike the seat belt steering wheel dash or windshield at
ANS: 35MPH

Question: Even after the human body stops in a collision, brain damage and serious injuries can occur because __________
ANS: its internal organs are still moving.

Question: Once the human body stops moving in a crash, the internal organs stop as well.
➜ Once the body stops moving in a crash, the organs stop as well.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Its internal organs are still moving.

Question: _________ refers to speeding without realizing it.
A.) Inertia
B.) Velocitation
C.) Highway hypnosis
D.) Road rage

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Velocitation

Question: As stated in the course, _____ is the term used to describe the tendency to drive too fast.
A.) defensive driving
B.) aggressive driving
C.) road rage
D.) velocitation
E.) hit and run

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velocitation

Question: At the moment of impact in a vehicle collision, unbelted occupants are still traveling at the vehicle's original speed true or false
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: _____ is one of the most common reasons vehicles flip over.
➜ _____ is one of the most common reasons vehicles flip over. (self.DefensiveDriving)
A.) Improper off-road recovery
B.) Driving below the speed limit
C.) Stopping suddenly
D.) Speeding

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Improper off-road recovery

Question: During the recovery process of a driver who has been in a collision, the driver progresses through four stages, which include:
➜ 4 stages of recovery for driver in accident:
A.) shock, attribution, alarm and distress.
B.) Shock, Anxiety, Guilt, Grief
C.) Shock, Anxiety, sleep
D.) Shock, recoil and impact, Attribution, Resolution

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Shock, recoil and impact, Attribution, Resolution

Question: Which of the following statements is/are true? CRASH OR COLLISION
A.) Most vehicle crashes could be prevented if drivers would abide with traffic laws and follow safe driving practices.
B.) The words CRASH or COLLISION are used instead of ACCIDENT as the word accident describes an event that is caused by chance and is not avoidable
C.) The purpose of this course is to review and increase the awareness of traffic laws and safe driving practices and to encourage you to abide by the laws and safe driving practices as well.
D.) All of the above

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All of the above

Question: If a collision is imminent, instead of freezing at the wheel, drivers should consider the following:
A.) Take evasive action to avoid a head on collision with another vehicle or fixed object
B.) Brake to slow your vehicle, if you cut your speed in half, collision forces will be reduced four times.
C.) If you have a choice, it is best to hit something that will give a little as you hit it
D.) All of the above

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All of the above

Question: When __________, the speed shall be decreased as may be necessary to avoid colliding with any person, vehicle or other conveyance on or entering the street in compliance with legal requirements and the duty of all persons to use due care.
Answer: all of the above

Question: The second most common cause of fatal crashes. This includes exceeding the posted speed limit and driving too fast for _________.
A.) the vehicle
B.) conditions
C.) your passengers
D.) your skill

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conditions

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