Defensive Driving Safety Course Answers - Unit 3 Test, Quiz 3

Texas Defensive Driving Safety Course Test, Quiz - Unit 1, Unit 2, Unit 3, Unit 4, Unit 5, Unit 6, unit 7, Unit 8 Questions and Answers
Question: The maximum speed limit for passenger cars on Texas Highway numbered by this state or United States outside an urban district?
A.) 30 MPH on daytime and 30 MPH on nighttime.
B.) 70 MPH on daytime and 65 MPH on nighttime.
C.) 60 MPH on daytime and 55 MPH on nighttime.
D.) 15 MPH on daytime and 15 MPH on nighttime.

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70 MPH on daytime and 65 MPH on nighttime.


Question: A posted speed limit of 55 mph means:
A.) You may drive 60 mph day or night on that road
B.) You may drive 60 mph as officers allow an extra 5 mph
C.) You can always lawfully drive 55 mph on that road
D.) You may drive 55 mph only under favorable driving conditions

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You may drive 55 mph only under favorable driving conditions


Question: The speed limit for passenger cars on highways numbered by this state or the United States is:
A.) 60 mph
B.) 55 mph
C.) 65 mph
D.) 70 mph

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70 mph


Question: The maximum daytime speed limit for passenger cars on highway numbered by this state or the United States is:
➜ The maximum daytime speed limit for passenger cars on a numbered highway is:
A.) 45 mph
B.) 65 mph
C.) 70 mph
D.) 55 mph

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70 mph


Question: The speed limit for passenger cars on designated rural interstates is:
A.) 70 mph
B.) 60 mph
C.) 55 mph
D.) 65 mph

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70 mph


Question: The speed limit for passenger cars in urban districts is:
A.) 15 mph
B.) 30 mph
C.) 25 mph
D.) 50 mph
E.) 20 mph
F.) 70 mph

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30 mph


Question: Any vehicle that is designed to travel at a maximum speed of ________ mph or lower is considered a Slow Moving Vehicle.
A.) 25
B.) 35
C.) 45
D.) 55

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25


Question: In Texas, the maximum daytime speed limit on a highway is _____ mph.
A.) 15
B.) 30
C.) 60
D.) 70

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70


Question: The maximum legal speed limit on a rural interstate highway is __________.
➜ The maximum legal speed limit on a rural interstate highway is blank
A.) 55 mph
B.) 70 mph
C.) 50 mph
D.) 60 mph

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70 mph


Question: when following another vehicle, you should maintain a --to-- second following distance between yourself and the vehicle you are following?
A.) 2-4 seconds
B.) 6-8 seconds
C.) 4-6 seconds
D.) 10-15 seconds

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2-4 seconds


Question: You should search a minimum of__________seconds ahead of your vehicle to avoid obstacles in your path.
A.) 3
B.) 15
C.) 30
D.) 60

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30


Question: Stopping a vehicle with good brakes from 20 miles per hour under good conditions requires about:
A.) 186 feet including thinking distance
B.) 80 feet including thinking distance
C.) 128 feet including thinking distance
D.) 63 feet including thinking distance

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63 feet including thinking distance


Question: At 20 miles per hour the average driver, from the moment he sees danger until he hits the brake, will travel about:
A.) 10 feet
B.) 55 feet
C.) 88 feet
D.) 44 feet

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44 feet


State of Texas Defensive Driving Safety course modules final exam questions and answers
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Question: If a child ran into the road 65 to 70 feet ahead of your vehicle, what is the highest speed from which you could stop with good brakes before hitting him?
A.) 50 mph
B.) 20 mph
C.) 30 mph
D.) 40 mph

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20 mph


Question: Once the brakes have been applied, about how many feet does a car which was going 70 mph travel before it comes to a stop?
A.) 100 ft
B.) 445 ft
C.) 280 ft
D.) 387 ft

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387 ft


Question: Under favorable circumstances, including reaction time, a motor vehicle with good brakes, going 50 miles per hour can be stopped within:
➜ Under favorable circumstances, including reaction time, a motor vehicle with good brakes going 50 mph can be stopped within:
A.) About 55 feet
B.) About 100 feet
C.) About 229 feet
D.) About 133 feet

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About 229 feet


Question: 2. Under favorable circumstances, including reaction time, a motor vehicle with good brakes, going 50 miles per hour can be stopped within
A.) about 55 feet
B.) about 100 feet
C.) about 133 feet
D.) about 188 feet

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about 188 feet


Question: Not including thinking distance, lawful brakes must stop a car at 20 miles per hour within how many feet?
➜ Not including think distance lawful brakes must stop a car at 20 miles per hour within how many feet?
A.) 30 feet
B.) 20 feet
C.) 10 feet
D.) 25 feet

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25 feet


Question: Not including thinking and reaction distance, at 20 miles per hour, lawful brakes must stop a car within
A.) 10 feet
B.) 19 feet
C.) 30 feet
D.) 40 feet

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19 feet


Question: Including reaction time, the stopping distance is more than 20 feet at 10 miles per hour, at 20 miles per hour it will be:
➜ Including reaction time, the stopping distance is more than 20 feet for 10 miles per hour, at 20 miles per hour it will be about:
A.) 30 feet
B.) 40 feet
C.) 63 feet
D.) 75 feet

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63 feet


Question: When approaching an intersection, bridge, or railroad crossing, you should never drive (pass) on the left half of the roadway when within:
A.) 150 feet
B.) 200 feet
C.) 100 feet
D.) 250 feet

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100 feet

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