Pastebin launched a little side project called VERYVIRAL.com, check it out ;-) Want more features on Pastebin? Sign Up, it's FREE!
Guest

uceusa.com florida driving course answers

By: a guest on Feb 14th, 2013  |  syntax: None  |  size: 4.49 KB  |  views: 7,559  |  expires: Never
download  |  raw  |  embed  |  report abuse  |  print
Text below is selected. Please press Ctrl+C to copy to your clipboard. (⌘+C on Mac)
  1. Motor Vehicle crashes account for more than ______% of all transportation-related fatalities.
  2. 90
  3.  
  4. The majority of people killed in traffic crashes were:
  5. pedestrians
  6.  
  7. In the United States, overall, the cost of speeding was not a contributing factor in the cost of crashes.
  8. False
  9.  
  10. When you are experiencing heightened stress, emotions, or fatigue, the driver should:
  11. Not Drive
  12.  
  13. Adrenaline stimulates your senses preparing you to fight or flee from a dangerous situation.
  14. True
  15.  
  16. The Exhaustion stage of stress happens when:
  17. The Alarm/Resistance cycle is repeated too often.
  18.  
  19. Instead of having to be "right" all of the time, try ____________ instead of confrontation.
  20. cooperation
  21.  
  22. Know your limits. If a problem is beyond control and cannot be changed at the moment, don't fight the situation.
  23. True
  24.  
  25. A driver is at higher risk for having a collision when sleep deprived.
  26. True
  27.  
  28. Bringing a ______________ along with you on long road trips can help prevent fatigue from affecting your driving.
  29. Passenger to help drive
  30.  
  31.  
  32. A traffic crash has no effect on you and, contrary to popular opinion, does not trigger powerful emotional reactions within you.
  33. False
  34.  
  35. During the recovery process of a driver who has been in a collision, the driver progresses through four stages, which include:
  36. shock, attribution, alarm and distress.
  37.  
  38. Developing appropriate attitudes depends on recognizing that attitudes are:
  39. Important
  40.  
  41. The only safe amount of alcohol to consume and drive is:
  42. None
  43.  
  44. Driving after drinking _______ the risk of bodily harm in the result of a collision.
  45. Increases
  46.  
  47. Alcohol does not affect an experienced driver's judgment.
  48. False
  49.  
  50. Driving under the influence of a depressant can have catastrophic affects as ______ is impaired.
  51. Judgment
  52.  
  53. A ______________ is a type of drug that induces a soothing, lulling or dulling affect.
  54. Depressant
  55.  
  56. As the driver, you can use many evasive actions to avoid a collision, such as:
  57. Both
  58.  
  59. If you are going the same speed, the greater the vehicle _______ the greater the force of impact.
  60. Weight
  61.  
  62. In a collision, the second collision is when an unsecured driver strikes the inside of the vehicle.
  63. True
  64.  
  65. Even with modern cars that are designed to absorb the energy of impact, a head-on collision may have more energy than the car design can dissipate.
  66. True
  67.  
  68. If your shoulder restraints keep hitting you in the ear or on the neck, consult your owner's manual on how to adjust the height of the safety belts.
  69. True
  70.  
  71. In a typical rear-end collision, the victim's ________ is accelerated faster and harder than the torso.
  72. head
  73.  
  74. Check your car owner's manual to find out if you need to use a locking clip or other equipment to properly secure the seat
  75. True
  76.  
  77. Air bags are primarily designed to offer protection from crashes from the rear and side.
  78. False
  79.  
  80. It's okay for drivers to get caught up in sightseeing; it's not necessary to keep their mind focused on the road.
  81. False
  82.  
  83. In urban areas, scanning for potential hazards is about ______ of a mile in front of your vehicle.
  84. three quarters
  85.  
  86. Drivers do not need to be aware of obstructions in their path of travel.
  87. False
  88.  
  89. Drivers being tailgated are advised to ______ to encourage the tailgating driver to pass.
  90. slow down
  91.  
  92. If the tailgater persists, go to a well-lighted public place or police station and pull off the road.
  93. True
  94.  
  95. During adverse weather conditions such as rain or fog, drivers should take action accordingly by turning on their headlights, slowing down and increasing following distance.
  96. True
  97.  
  98. Braking distance is dramatically affected and _______ as a motor vehicle could be more likely to skid in wet conditions.
  99. decreased
  100.  
  101. If your power steering fails you should get the system checked by an expert and repaired if necessary.
  102. True
  103.  
  104. When you are making a right turn on red, you are required to ______ the right of way to the pedestrian.
  105. yield
  106.  
  107. No passing to the left shall be done when the driver's view is obstructed within such distance as to create a hazard in the event another vehicle might approach from the opposite direction.
  108. True
  109.  
  110. No vehicle shall pass when approaching within 100 feet of any:
  111. both
  112.  
  113. Every driver, motorcyclist, moped rider, bicyclist, and pedestrian must do everything possible to avoid a:
  114. crash
  115.  
  116. Drivers should not be influenced by friends or peer groups when driving and should make their own decisions in regard to driving habits.
  117. True
  118.  
  119. When traveling around playgrounds, parks, or schools, drivers should exercise extreme caution at reduced speed.
  120. True