**When traveling on rural roadways at higher speeds, remember you will______.**

A.) have increased peripheral vision

B.) best control your vehicle with hand-over-hand steering

C.) require additional fuel

D.) need a longer stopping distance

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

need a longer stopping distance

**Traveling at high speeds requires__________.**

A.) more steering input

B.) greater stopping distances

C.) less vehicle maintenance

D.) decreased following distances

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

greater stopping distances

**Unpaved shoulders are a characteristic of which type of driving environments?**

A.) Rural

B.) Urban

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

Rural

**Traveling on rural roads requires greater stopping distance.**

A.) TRUE

B.) FALSE

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

TRUE

**6 Higher speeds require more space for a maneuver.**

A.) TRUE

B.) FALSE

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

TRUE

**When you decide to execute a maneuver, you will need a control zone of approximately__________seconds.**

➜ When you decide to execute a maneuver you will need a control zone of approximately how many seconds

A.) 1 to 3

B.) 10 to 15

C.) 30 to 32

D.) 4 to 10

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

10 to 15

**2. Traveling at high speeds __________.**

A.) requires more steering input

B.) involves less vehicle maintenance

C.) creates decreased following distances

D.) requires greater stopping distances

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

requires greater stopping distances

**What is your stopping distance when you are driving 20 mph on dry pavement?**

A.) 25 feet

B.) 40 feet

C.) 75 feet

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

40 feet

# Your total stopping distance on dry pavement when you are driving at

• 20 mph : 40 feet

• 30 mph : 75 feet

• 40 mph : 120 feet

• 50 mph : 175 feet

• 60 mph : 240 feet

• 80 mph : 400 feet

# When you’re driving on wet pavement, your stopping distance

• 20 mph : 60 feet

• 40 mph : 200 feet

• 60 mph : 420 feet

• 80 mph : 720 feet

# Your total stopping distance on dry pavement when you are driving at

• 20 mph : 40 feet

• 30 mph : 75 feet

• 40 mph : 120 feet

• 50 mph : 175 feet

• 60 mph : 240 feet

• 80 mph : 400 feet

# When you’re driving on wet pavement, your stopping distance

• 20 mph : 60 feet

• 40 mph : 200 feet

• 60 mph : 420 feet

• 80 mph : 720 feet

**Under ideal conditions on dry pavement at 30 mph the total stopping distance is about:**

A.) 164

B.) 85

C.) 63

D.) 109

E.) 229

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

109

**Cars traveling at 35 mph need approximately _____ feet to stop in ideal conditions.**

A. 34

B. 236

C. 106

D. 58

E. 215

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

106

**At ___ mph it will take ___ feet to react and completely stop the car.**

A.) 45/210

B.) 25/200

C.) 35/210

D.) 25/500

E.) 35/500

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

35/210

**At 45 miles per hour the approximate braking distance on a wet road in 140 feet.**

A.) TRUE

B.) FALSE

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

TRUE

**The braking distance on a wet road surface at 20 miles per hour is _____ feet.**

ANS: 26

**While driving at 30 mph, on a dry road, after the vehicle's brakes are applied, it will take approximately ___________feet to stop.**

A.) 45.5 feet

B.) 67.5 feet

C.) 37.5 feet

D.) 24.5 feet

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

37.5 feet

**If you are driving 60 mph, your car is traveling _____ feet per second.**

A.) 30

B.) 60

C.) 90

D.) 120

E.) 180

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

90

**Stopping distance is determined by**

A.) atmospheric pressure

B.) reaction time and braking

C.) the speed limit

D.) tire size

E.) force of impact

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

reaction time and braking

**When you double your speed it takes____ times longer to stop**

➜ If you double speed 2x what does braking distance increase by

➜ When you double your speed it takes ____ longer to stop

A.) two times

B.) four times

C.) three times

D.) eight times

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

four times

**If you double your speed you will need about four times the distance to stop.**

➜ If you double your speed, the stopping distance quadruples.

A.) TRUE

B.) FALSE

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

TRUE

EXPLANATION: When you double your speed, it takes FOUR TIMES longer to stop.

EXPLANATION: When you double your speed, it takes FOUR TIMES longer to stop.

**As a vehicle's speed increases what happens to the stopping distance**

➜ As a vehicle speed increases the stopping distance does what

➜ As a vehicle's speed increases the stopping distance answers

A.) increases

B.) decreases

C.) remains the same

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

increases

**Speeding has no effect on braking distance. True or false**

A.) true

B.) false

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

false

**As a speed increases, the elements of your stopping distance, and therefore what's your stopping distance as a whole?**

➜ As speed increases, the elements of your stopping distance, and therefore your stopping distance as a whole:

A.) increases

B.) decreases

C.) remains the same

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

increases

**As a vehicle speed increases the stopping distance decreases.**

A.) TRUE

B.) FALSE

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

False

**Your vehicle speed is 30 mph your stopping distance on drive pavement is approximately 70 feet, you decide to**

A.) Brake hard, steer straight.

B.) Brake hard, steer right.

C.) Brake soft, steer left.

D.) Brake soft, steer straight.

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

Brake hard, steer straight.

**When you don't have enough room to stop, you may _______ to avoid what's in front of you.**

A.) speed up

B.) steer away

C.) brake

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

steer away

**What problems associated with aging affect reaction time and braking distance?**

A.) heart attacks

B.) circulation problems

C.) blood pressure

D.) osteoporosis

E.) hearing loss

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

circulation problems

**Actions that may be required when you execute a decision include __________**

A.) accelerating.

B.) steering.

C.) decelerating.

D.) all of the above

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

all of the above

Explanation: You may need to perform changes if the weather changes while you are driving. The effective driver divines that other roadway users, including. Any judgment you make will be determined by your own speed and the speed of other vehicles. You will usually need to perform a sequence of actions.

Explanation: You may need to perform changes if the weather changes while you are driving. The effective driver divines that other roadway users, including. Any judgment you make will be determined by your own speed and the speed of other vehicles. You will usually need to perform a sequence of actions.

**At fifty-five miles per hour, a vehicle travels __________ feet in one second.**

A.) 70.52

B.) 80.63

C.) 90.74

D.) 100.85

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

80.63

**Keeping in mind the average reaction time, a motorist will travel 11 feet for each __________ of speed before hitting the brake.**

A.) 5 mph

B.) 15 mph

C.) 10 mph

D.) 20 mph

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

10 mph

**The safe speed is:**

A.) the speed everyone else is driving at

B.) 45 miles per hour

C.) the speed that allows you to control your vehicle and avoid collisions

D.) driving more slowly than the car in front of you

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

the speed that allows you to control your vehicle and avoid collisions

**More crashes occur in rural areas than in the city and are more severe.**

A.) TRUE

B.) FALSE

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

TRUE

**In an emergency situation, your __________ is the distance you will travel between seeing the danger and putting your foot on the brake pedal.**

A.) total stopping distance

B.) braking distance

C.) reaction distance

D.) none of the above

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

reaction distance

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