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Aceable Level 1, Chapter 6: Drive Responsibly

someone is hurt or killed in texas from an alcohol-related crash every ___ minutes:
ANS: 29

The legal limit for BAC (Blood Alcohol Concentration) is what?
The legal limit for BAC is
ANS: 0.08%

What is a minor's legal limit for the amount of alcohol in the bloodstream?
ANS: None. There is no acceptable amount of alcohol in the bloodstream.

The state's zero-tolerance policy for minors and alcohol is related to drunk driving and what?
1. Attempting to purchase alcohol
2. Purchasing alcohol
3. Drinking alcohol
ALL

ANS: ALL

What is a breathalyzer?
ANS: a tool to test drivers' blood alcohol content

You are not liable for open containers of alcohol in your car as long as you aren't drinking from them. True or false?
You are not liable for open containers of alcohol in your gogomobile as long as you aren't drinking them.
ANS: FALSE

What is a first-time consequence of refusing a law enforcement officer's request to take a breathalyzer or blood test?
What is the first-time consequence of refusing a law enforcement officer's request to take a breathalyzer/blood test?
ANS: Your license will automatically be suspended./lose license

If you refuse to take a breathalyzer/blood test _______ within 10 years, your license will be suspended for 2 years.
ANS: Twice

If you refuse to take a blood alcohol test, which law are you violating?
A) DWI
B) Zero Tolerance
C) Saying No
D) Implied Consent

ANS: D) Implied Consent

If you have been involved in a collision that left someone seriously injured or dead, the police do not need your consent to take a breathalyzer/blood test. True or false?
ANS: TRUE

How much is the TDLR fee that you have to pay when requesting your Parent Taught Drivers Ed Program Guide?
ANS: $20

Aceable Level 1, Chapter 7: Traffic Stops

What is the purpose of the Community Safety Education Act?
ANS: It defines the behavioral expectations of law enforcement and citizens during a traffic stop.

Should you get out of the car if the officer doesn't instruct you to do so?
ANS: No, stay in the car.

Where does the officer recommend placing your hands on the steering wheel during a traffic stop?
ANS: 10 o'clock and 2 o'clock positions

Aceable Level 1, Chapter 8: Now Go Drive

Under the Good Samaritan Law, you cannot be held liable for trying to help someone at a traffic collision if you helped in good faith. True or false?
Under the Good Samaritan Law, you can not be held liable for trying to help someone at a traffic collision if you helped in good faith.
ANS: TRUE

When aiding an injured person at the scene of a crash, what should you do?
ANS: Do not move the victim unless you have to do so for safety.

A pedestrian may ______ if there aren't sidewalks.
ANS: Walk against traffic (on the left side of the street).

Riley's dad gave him a really nice white walking stick. Riley wants to walk around town with it. Why isn't this a good idea?
ANS: Only the blind, partially blind, or disabled may carry a white cane while walking.

Pedestrians who are drinking or under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs should stay off the streets. True or false?
ANS: TRUE

Bicyclists may ride in the left lane if they are on a one-way street with two or more lanes. True or false?
ANS: TRUE

Bicyclists must always ride as close as possible to the right curb or edge of the road, no exceptions. True or false?
ANS: FALSE

What is one thing shared lane markings are NOT used for?
What is one thing shared lane marking are not used for ?
ANS: Decreasing the possibility of Highway Hypnosis. (Shared lane marking are used for keeping bikers from going the wrong way, letting drivers know there may be bikers in that lane, helping bikers avoid hitting the open door of a parked vehicle)

What guideline is NOT a bike safety guideline?
Which of the following is not a bike safety guideline?
ANS: Weave in and out of traffic (Acquire a mirror, ride slowly and carefully in pedestrian areas, wear helmet is bike safety guideline)

Where can motor-assisted scooters be used?
ANS: On streets or highways under 45 mph.

Kayla is driving along a road with many pedestrians. What should she do?
Kayla is driving along a road with many pedestrians. She should:
1. Be prepared to stop.
2. Pay close attention ear bus stops and intersections.
3. Watch out for pedestrians with assistance animals.
4. ALL

ANS: ALL

When can a bicyclist take a whole lane?
ANS: When passing a vehicle, the lane isn't wide enough for a side-by-side car and bike.

Bike crashes area most common when what happens?
Bike crashes are most common when ____.
1. The driver turns in front of the path of a biker.
2. The driver doesn't give a biker the right of way at an intersection.
3. both are correct
4. none

ANS: 3. both are correct

When going downhill, a truck's momentum makes it ______ so you'll have to _________ to pass it.
When going downhill, a truck's momentum makes it __ so you'll have to __ to pass it
A) go slower, speed up
B) go faster, speed up
C) go slower, slow down
D) All choices are incorrect

ANS: B) go faster, speed up

You're passing a truck when the driver flashes his light at you. What does this most likely mean?
ANS: He is letting you know it's clear to move back over.

When pulled over by a law enforcement officer, you should :
ANS: pull over right

If you feel like an officer's behavior did not meet your expectations, you should:
ANS: file a complaint with their employing agency

Emma was passing a truck and it flashed his lights at her. Why?
ANS: clear to move back over

At 55 mph, how long does it take for a truck to fully stop?
ANS: About 400 feet.

Stopped in an intersection at a red light, you are in the lane left of a semi truck. What should you look out for when the light turns green?
ANS: Be on the lookout for the truck making a wide right turn.

What makes sharing the road with motorcyclists dangerous?
ANS: Their size makes them difficult to see.

How do many motorcycle crashes happen?
A) Left turns
B) Blind spots
C) Left turns AND blind spots
D) Aggressive driving

ANS: Left turns AND blind spots

What is one of the ways large trucks can be dangerous to motorcyclists?
ANS: Wind

How much following distance should you leave between your vehicle and a motorcycle?
ANS: Between 4 and 6 seconds.

When sharing the road with construction workers, be prepared to do what?
1. To change lanes
2. To slow down or stop as you approach them and their equipment.
3. For unexpected movement of workers and equipment.
4. All the choices are correct

ANS: All the choices are correct

What is not a method of defensive driver uses?
ANS: Drive as fast as allowed to avoid other vehicles on the road.

At what age or height must children be secured in an appropriate child passenger safety seat?
Until what age must children be secured in an appropriate child passenger safety seat?
ANS: Until age 8 or taller than 4'9" /5ft

Vehicle passengers under the age of 8 or the height of 4'9" are required to _____.
ANS: be secured in a child safety seat

Drivers are responsible for making sure passengers less than 17 years old use seat belts. True or false?
Drivers are responsible for making sure passengers under 15 use seat belts.
ANS: TRUE

It's against the law for a driver to operate an open bed truck or pull an open bed trailer when a passenger ________ is occupying the bed of the truck or trailer.
ANS: Under the age of 18.

What is an exception to Texas law prohibiting riding in the bed of a truck or trailer?
1. Government-sanctioned hayrides.
2. On a beach.
3. Parades
4. All the choices are correct

ANS: All the choices are correct

An aggressive driver will ________ other drivers.
ANS: Intentionally aggravate

The following are ways to reduce the possibility of experiencing road rage except for:
What are some ways to reduce the possibility of experiencing road rage?
1. Planning your trip in advance.
2. Listening to soothing music.
3. Avoid cutting into other drivers' lanes.
4. Following the driver in front of you closely
5. All the choices are correct

ANS: All the choices are correct

Your sense of ____ is the most crucial sense for driving.
ANS: sight

What are the two types of fields of vision?
ANS: central and peripheral

Peripheral vision is what you see when you look straight ahead through your windshield.
ANS: FALSE

Drive safely by obeying traffic laws, using peripheral vision, _______, and always using your turn signal.
ANS: Giving your car proper maintenance.

Texas law prohibits the transport of loose material unless __________.
ANS: The bed is closed on all sides and some type of canvas or tarp covers the top.

If you need to tow a car with another car, the rope you use must _______ between vehicles.
ANS: Not be longer than 15 feet.

To avoid carbon monoxide poisoning, use the heater or air conditioner in a parked car with the windows closed. True or false?
ANS: FALSE

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