Traffic School, Drivers Ed Test Answers ★ Motor Vehicle CRASH/COLLISION Facts

Question: Three out of four crashes occur how close to home?
A.) Within 25 miles
B.) Within 5 miles
C.) Within 50 miles
D.) Within 10 miles

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Within 25 miles

Explanation: Three out of four crashes happen within 25 miles of home, at a speed of 45 miles per hour or less.


Question: Most accidents occur
A.) within one hour of home
B.) on the way to work
C.) before 10am
D.) within 25 miles of home
after dark

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within 25 miles of home


Question: 75% of accidents occur within 25 miles of home.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: True or false: More than half of car crashes happen at speeds less than 40 miles per hour and within 25 miles of home.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: More than half of the crashes that cause injury or death happen at speeds less than __________ MPH and within 25 miles from home.
A.) 30
B.) 35
C.) 40
D.) 45

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40


Question: _______ of all wrecks occur within 25 miles of home.
A.) Half
B.) One-quarter
C.) Two-thirds
D.) Three-quarters

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Half


Question: Half of all traffic deaths happen within ____ miles of home.
A.) 10
B.) 15
C.) 25
D.) 35
E.) 40

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25

Explanation: Half of all wrecks occur within 25 miles of home. That is why it is important to wear your safety belt at all times, even if you are not going far.


Question: Three out of four crashes happen at a speed of __________ miles per hour or less.
➜ Three out of four crashes occur at what speed or less
A.) 60 mph
B.) 45 mph
C.) 15 mph
D.) 30 mph
E.) 25 mph

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45 miles

Explanation: Three out of four crashes happen within 25 miles of home, at a speed of 45 miles per hour or less.


Question: Most collisions result from
A.) Unsafe speed for conditions
B.) Breakdowns on the highway
C.) Birds hitting your the windshield
D.) Potholes
E.) Use of cell phones while driving

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Use of cell phones while driving


Question: Motorists who use cell phones while driving are 4 times more likely to get into crashes.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: Motorists who use cell phones while driving are 9 times more likely to get into crashes.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE


Question: There were more than 135 million cell phone users in the US in 2002.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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True


Question: What percent of drivers use their cellular phone occasionally?
A.) 50%
B.) 85%
C.) 75%
D.) 65%

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85%


Question: What is the primary reason for crashes while using a cellular phone?
Answer: Talking on the phone.

Question: How many cellular phones are there estimated to be in the United States?
Answer: 150 million

Question: A way to prevent injuries in a collision is to ________________.
➜ The most effective way to reduce injuries in a collision is to:
A.) wear your seat belt
B.) grab onto someone else in the car
C.) take steady breaths
D.) duck down

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wear your seat belt


Question: Safety belts and airbags together offer the best protection in a collision. true or false
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: What is the best protection against injury if you have an accident?
A.) Centrifugal force
B.) Ointment
C.) Padding
D.) Your seatbelt

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Your seatbelt


Question: Safety belts increase your chances of surviving a collision by more than ______________ percent.
➜ Safety belts increase chance of survival by
ANS: 50%

Question: Safety belts increase your chance of surviving a collision by more than what percent
➜ Safety belts increase your chance of surviving a collision by more than blank percent
➜ Wearing a safety belt increases your chance of surviving a crash by as much as
➜ Seat belts can save your life and increase your chances of surviving a crash by _____.
ANS: 60 percent

Question: True or False: Seat belts improve your chances 30% of surviving a collision.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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False - 60%


Question: If you wear your safety belt your chance of surviving a crash are _____ times greater.
A.) 5
B.) 10
C.) 40
D.) 75
E.) 100

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40


Question: Seat belts increase chance of survival by what percent
A.) 5
B.) 10
C.) 40
D.) 75
E.) 100

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40


Question: Your chances of surviving a crash if you are thrown from your car are _________________.
A.) two times greater
B.) three times greater
C.) five times greater
D.) eight times greater
E.) ten times greater

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five times greater


Question: __________ is one of the most injurious events that can happen to a person in a crash.
A.) Hitting the steering wheel column
B.) Ejection from the vehicle
C.) Chemical burns from an airbag
D.) Being thrown into the dashboard

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Ejection from the vehicle


Question: Properly worn seatbelts should increase the chance of survival when involved in a traffic crash by:
A.) 75%
B.) 25%
C.) 5%
D.) 45%

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45%


Question: Properly worn seatbelts will prevent the driver and passengers from:
A.) becoming drowsy while driving.
B.) sustaining any injuries in a crash.
C.) being thrown through the windshield and into traffic.
D.) freeing themselves in a collision.

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being thrown through the windshield and into traffic.

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