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100 200 300 400 500 Seat restraints Motorcycle safety & INSURANCE Weather conditions Lane strategies Miscellaneous Driving Decisions
A 100 What will a properly adjusted seat belt do?
Reduce the risk of injury A 100
A 200 Rear-facing infant seats should be secured in what part of the car?
Back seat A 200
A 300 The CHILD PASSENGER PROTECTION ACT requires the use of approved safety seats by children under what age?
8 A 300
A 400 What is the minimum distance you should sit from an air bag?
10 to 12 A 400
A 500 All passengers in the front seat must wear safety belts. All passengers in the back seat must also wear safety belts if they are under what age ?
18 A 500
You are temporary blinded by on- coming headlights. What do you do? B 100
Look at the right edge of your lane (white line) B 100
In a “road rage” situation you should… B 200
Keep your cool and drop back to avoid a confrontation B 200
B 300 You are turning right and joining traffic. As the traffic speed increases, what must happen to the gap you are entering
B 300 The gap must be larger
B 400 Driving decisions can be based on avoiding ….
B 400 Conflicts with others
B 500 What Dr.Ed. process do the letters IPDE stand for?
B 500 Identify Predict Decide Execute
C 100 What is the result of riding a motorcycle without a helmet?
C 100 Increased risk of fatal head injury
To protect a motorcyclist, what should the jacket and pants be made of ? C 200
C 300 When following a motorcyclist, what is the safest driving procedure?
C 300 Increase your following distance
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What type of insurance is required by state law ? C 400
Liability coverage C 400
What is the first thing you must do if you are involved in a collision? C 500
Stop immediately in a safe place, if possible
During the daytime, if you must use your wipers, what else must you do by state law? D 100
Turn on low- beam headlights D 100
A computer-controlled device that prevents your wheels from locking is called… D 200
An anti-lock braking system D 200
When driving in fog, what lights should be on? D 300
Low-beam headlights D 300
What should you do to avoid hydroplaning? D 400
Reduce speed and drive in the tracks of the vehicle ahead of you D 400
Why do roadways become slicker when rainfall first begins? D 500
DUST AND OIL ON THE ROADWAY MIX WITH THE RAINWATER D 500
WHICH LANE SHOULD YOU BE IN TO BEGIN A LEFT TURN FROM A TWO- WAY STREET? E 100
THE LANE CLOSEST TO THE CENTER LANE E 100
What does aim high in steering mean? E 200
Look far ahead as you drive E 200
What is the correct procedure when your lane is ending from a multi-lane to a single lane? E 300
Change lanes as soon as possible E 300
What is the proper location to select when making a turnabout (3pt turn)? E 400
A place with clear visibility in each direction E 400
When can you make a left turn on red ? E 500
From a one way street to another one way street E 500
F 100 When you tap your brake pedal, what message are you giving to the other drivers?
I am planning to slow or brake F 100
Where is the risk of collision the highest? F 200
An intersection F 200
As you approach an uncontrolled intersection, you identify a pedestrian who has entered the intersection. What must you do? F 300
Yield to the pedestrian F 300
What term best describes a traffic light that has been green for sometime ? F 400
Stale, likely to turn yellow F 400
The penalty for going over railroad tracks or around railed gates when the crossing lights are flashing is? F 500
Up to $500 F 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is: Highway transportation system. Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
Click on screen to continue What are the parts of the highway transportation system?
People,vehicles, and roadways Click on screen to continue
Thank You for Playing Jeopardy!
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