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1 Chapter 6-11 Continued

2 You need to inspect your car every ____years.

3 What is the penalty for insurance fraud?
Jail Time $15,000 fine Possible loss of license

4 When you buy a used car you must:
Title it Register it Insure it

5 A speed limit sign is an example of a ______ sign.

6 A construction sign is the color ________.

7 Buying a Car If you buy a new or used car, you must
Title it Register it Insure it Before you get on the road

8 Vehicle Inspection If car is more than 5 model years old= pass state emissions test every 2 years Must pass first MVC inspection within 5 years of registration of car

9 Insurance Motor Vehicle Insurance is mandatory in NJ
Type and cost vary Must have in vehicle at all times If driving an uninsured vehicle= fines, community service, license suspension

10 Insurance Insurance Fraud
Providing false information to an insurance company Jail Time + up to $15,000 for each violation Possible loss of license

11 Chapter 10 Motorcycle Riders Information

12 Getting a Motorcycle License
Must have a valid motorcycle license or a motorcycle endorsement on an existing NJ basic or commercial license Qualify for the motorcycle knowledge and driver’s test GDL license holders do not qualify

13 How To Add a Motorcycle Endorsement to Your Driver’s License
Step One Take Basic Ridercourse Test Register with approved motorcycle training provider Take motorcycle training course Step Two Get Course Completion Documents 100% participation, must pass course Will receive a stamped waiver form and completion card Step Three Pass the 6 point ID verification Apply for motorcycle permit At least 17 years old Pass vision test Pay Fee

14 Practice Riding and Road Test
The MVC recommends that all applicants practice all riding skills. However, emphasis is placed on the following skills: 1. Turning & Stopping: Examiner will evaluate an applicant’s ability to stay within the path of the turn without putting a foot down Examiner will evaluate stopping safely in a painted stop box without putting a foot down or skidding the vehicle

15 Skills 2. Cone Weave (U-Turn): Tests an applicant’s ability to control the motorcycle at low speed while weaving through cones and making a U-Turn in a designated area. The examiner will evaluate an applicant’s ability to stay within the path of travel without touching lines or cones and without putting a foot down. Cones are 12 feet apart with a two-foot offset.

16 Skills 3. Braking: Tests an applicant’s ability to safely brake quickly. An applicant will be evaluated on stopping distance in relation to speed of travel. 4. Obstacle Swerve: Tests an applicant’s ability to swerve the motorcycle quickly to avoid an obstacle. An applicant will be evaluated on the ability to stay within the path of travel and turn quickly without touching a boundary line.

17 An approved U.S. Department of Transportation helmet.
Helmets are 37% effective at preventing deaths 67% effective in preventing brain damage

18 Motorcycle Check Tires. Keep tires in good condition. Check the tire pressure using a gauge. A tire may be underinflated without a noticeable change in appearance. Motorcycles do not handle properly if the air pressure is too low or too high. Check the owner’s manual for the right amount of air. Tire Tread. Worn or uneven tread can make the motorcycle hard to handle, particularly on wet pavement. Rims/Spokes. Check for bent, loose or damaged rims and spokes. Damage. Check for cuts or objects stuck to the tread. Also, check the sidewalls for cracks. A blowout on a motorcycle can be extremely dangerous.

19 Controls Cables- Check for kinks or broken strands. If a cable breaks while riding, the motorcycle could become difficult to control and a crash could result. Lights Turn Signal Tail and Brake Light. Horn Chain- Make sure the drive chain is properly adjusted and lubricated. Check the motorcycle owner’s manual for information regarding chain adjustment. Mirrors- Clean and adjust both mirrors before riding. It is difficult and dangerous to adjust a mirror while riding. Swing both mirrors far enough outward to show about half the lane behind and as much as possible of the lane to the side. Gas and Oil- Check gas and oil levels before riding. Running out of gas is inconvenient. It can also be dangerous as it makes leaving the road difficult. Lack of oil can seize an engine, causing the rear wheel to lock and loss of control.

20 Basic Parking Maneuvers

21 Angle Parking 5-6 feet away from parked cars
Signal towards desired spot Continue driving forward until you can see the center of the parking space you wish to enter See center of space, turn the wheel sharply, about half a turn, and proceed slowly into the space When parked, straighten wheels out.

22 K-Turn (3 point turnabout)
Signal right/Pull over Signal left/Check traffic Turn left/Off brake Stop before curb Pre-Cut the wheel Signal right/Check traffic In reverse Signal left/2 cuts to the left In drive Check traffic/Turn

23 Parallel Parking Definition: parking the vehicle parallel to the curb
Check your blind spots Select a space with ample room Flash brake lights and signal right turn Use caution Back slowly as you turn right Aim towards the right rear of the car

24 Perpendicular Parking
Definition: Parking vehicle at a right angle to the curb Position vehicle as left as possible Signal a right turn before parking Use caution Check all blind spots, continue braking Front bumper passes the rear tail light Straighten wheels once you’ve entered

25 Leaving a Perpendicular Space
Look to the rear and sides Back slowly with foot on the brakes Use caution Back into the nearest lane and turn right Shift to forward gear and drive off

26 What is the signs’ shape and meaning?
Round Railroad Crossing Octagon Stop Triangle Yield Vertical Rectangle Regulatory Horizontal Rectangle Guide Pentagon School Zone Pennant No Passing Diamond Warning

27 What does the signs’ color mean?
Red Yellow Orange Stop, yield, or prohibited Warning Construction or detour Blue Green Black Guide Regulatory Motorist service

28 Regulatory Signs Signs that set limits or give commands These signs:
Control traffic Tell you about a law Included are: Stop signs Yield signs Speed limit signs Others: direct traffic, control parking and passing

29 Warning Signs Alerts you to hazards or changes in the condition of the road ahead Be prepared to slow down or stop

30 Warning Signs Continued
Pedestrian or School-Zone Signs School-Zone sign with only two figures is posted within a block of a school School-crossing sign has lines that represent a sidewalk is posted near intersections or crossings Railroad Advance Warning Sign Slow down and be prepared to stop; check for trains and flashing red lights or crossing gates Construction Signs Be ready to slow, stop or drive around workers and equipment; follow directions from any worker Slow-Moving-Vehicle Signs Warns drivers when vehicle is traveling slower than other traffic

31 Guide Signs Guide Signs
Mark routes, intersections, service areas and other points of interest Route Signs: county, state, U.S. and interstate Others: information on destinations and miles ahead, highway services and recreation areas

32 International Signs Convey information by symbols instead of words
Drivers can travel from country to country and understand the meaning of these signs

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