# Drivers Ed Unit 2 Review.

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Drivers Ed Unit 2 Review

Q: An air bag A) Is an active restrain B) Automatically inflates to protect an occupant C) Must be fastened and adjusted by the occupant D) Is not a reliable protective device

Answer- B) Automatically inflates to protect an occupant

Q: When a vehicles speed triples, how much more distance does it need to stop?
A) About double the distance B) About nine times the distance C) About six times the distance D) About three times the distance

Q: An important factor in maintaining good traction is
A) Overinflated tires B) Having a brand new vehicle C) A clean vehicle D) Good shock absorbers Eh… Eh…

Q: The higher the speed of your vehicle, the more
A) You will lose traction B) It will tend to go straight C) It will tend to drift sideways D) You will feel the bumps in the pavement

Answer- B) It will tend to go straight

Q: What rule is used to estimate your total stopping distance under ideal conditions?
A) 4-second rule B) 2-second following-distance rule C) 12-second visual lead rule D) 3-second travel rule

Q: The best place to adjust speed to steer through a curve is
A) Before entering the curve B) At the center of the curve C) About halfway through the curve D) Just before you leave the curve

Answer- A) Before entering the curve

Q: The center of gravity of a vehicle is that point
A) Around which all weight is even balanced B) That is farthest from the ground C) Near the front bumper D) About three feet under the roadway surface

Answer- A) Around which all weight is even balanced

Q: When a moving object hits something, what is the most important factor in determining how hard it hits A) Gravity B) Traction C) Distance traveled D) Speed Huh? Huh? Huh?

Q: Completing a turn requires that you
A) Accelerate throughout the turn B) Accelerate gently about halfway through the turn C) Press the brake pedal throughout the turn D) Use more than one lane as you turn the corner

Q: Oversteering during a lane change can cause your vehicle to
A) Turn too sharply into the adjoining lane B) Stabilize during the lane change C) Turn too soon into the adjoining lane D) Turn to late into the adjoining lane

Q: Always prepare to straighten your vehicle after a turn by
A) Using only your right hand for control of the steering wheel B) Using hand-over-hand steering C) Accelerating slightly and releasing the steering wheel D) Letting go of the steering wheel

Q: To make sharp turns while backing,
Be careful of absolutes A) Steer only with one hand on the bottom of the steering wheel B) Use only the rearview mirrors C) Use the outside rearview mirrors D) Look through the rear and side windows in the direction you want to back

Answer- D) Look through the rear and side windows in the direction you want to back

Q:When an emergency vehicle sounds its sirens or uses a flashing light, you
A) Must yield to the right of way B) Should turn on your emergency flashers C) Should yield only if the vehicle is your lane D) May proceed without stopping

Answer- A) Must yield to the right of way

Q: Two kinds of signs are used to control intersections, they are
A) STOP sign and the lane end signs B) YIELD signs and the no-parking sign C) Signal ahead sign and the street- name sign D) STOP sign and YIELD sign

Answer- D) STOP sign and YIELD sign

Q: Yielding to the right of way means
A) Always stopping at YIELD signs B) Letting others go first C) Others will not stop for you D) Traffic signs stop traffic for you

Answer- B) Letting others go first

Q:When an emergency vehicle sounds its sirens or uses a flashing light, you
A) Must yield to the right of way B) Should turn on your emergency flashers C) Should yield only if the vehicle is your lane D) May proceed without stopping

Answer- A) Must yield to the right of way

Q: Turning right and accelerating to 30 mph takes about
A) 2 seconds B) 12 seconds C) 4 seconds D) 6 seconds