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Gravity adds to your _____ when driving downhill.
A.) momentum
B.) braking power
C.) weight
D.) gas consumption

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weight


The force of impact is _____.
A.) the speed at which you can comer a curve
B.) the force generated when objects meet
C.) the force necessary to overcome a hill
D.) the energy used to successfully brake

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the force generated when objects meet


The force of impact is____.
A.) amount of air in your tires
B.) energy that helps your car stay in motion
C.) cost of gas prices
D.) resistance of movement between two surfaces in contact

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resistance of movement between two surfaces in contact


The two crashes that actually happen during a single crash are the
A.) The impact of the car with the object.
B.) The impact of the driver with the inside of the car.
C.) Both of the above

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Both of the above

The two crashes that actually happen during a single crash are the impact of the car with the object and the impact of the driver with the inside of the car


Which of the following is a good technique to use when driving in an urban environment?
A.) Passing
B.) Drowsy driving
C.) Cover braking
D.) Drifting

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Cover braking


If a call or text comes in while driving, you should _____.
A.) only check it at a stop light
B.) only check it at a STOP sign
C.) check it immediately in case of emergency
D.) resist and wait until the end of your trip

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resist and wait until the end of your trip


A distraction is something that prevents someone from _____.
A.) driving as fast as they want to
B.) giving full attention to something else
C.) giving any attention to something else
D.) remembering something important

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giving full attention to something else


The basic idea behind eco-driving is to _____ with more thoughtful driving techniques and behavior.
A.) increase your gas mileage
B.) save driving time
C.) reduce your drag
D.) avoid collisions

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increase your gas mileage


2. The basic idea behind eco-driving is to _____ with more thoughtful driving techniques and behavior.
A.) decrease or eliminate fossil fuel consumption
B.) save driving time
C.) reduce your drag
D.) avoid collisions

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decrease or eliminate fossil fuel consumption


Which of the following is one of the most effective actions you can take as an eco-driver?
A.) avoid unnecessary idling.
B.) drive with the windows down.
C.) don’t drive with passengers.
D.) never use air conditioning.

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avoid unnecessary idling.

EXPLANATION: Important behind-the-wheel actions you can take as an eco-driver: Avoid unnecessary idling. If you're not moving anywhere for more than a minute, turn off your engine! Unless you're in traffic that might move soon, or you have the air conditioning on, you don't need engine power if you're not moving. Even if the car is in Park or Neutral, it's wasting fuel.


Eco-driving is a driving strategy that reduces your impact on ______ while saving you money and making you a safer driver.
A.) road deterioration
B.) the environment
C.) plastic waste
D.) paper waste

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the environment


Which of the following is not a good way to conserve fuel and reduce emissions?
A.) Filling your gas tank to the brim
B.) Keeping your tires inflated and aligned
C.) Have your air conditioner serviced regularly

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Filling your gas tank to the brim


A higher grade number for oil means it is _____.
A higher grade number for oil means it is drivers ed
A.) heavier
B.) more viscous
C.) less viscous
D.) more important

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more viscous Check your oil every month, and if the oil gauge goes on, fill it with the proper type of oil immediately. Each type of oil is graded by the Society of Automotive Engineers. The higher the grade number—up to 70—the higher the viscosity. These numbers are often referred to as the weight of the oil


Which of the following aspects of your vehicle will NOT impact your stopping distance?
A.) Time since last oil change
B.) Worn down brakes
C.) Increased weight of vehicle
D.) Worn or poorly inflated tires

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Time since last oil change


How often should you check your oil?
A.) annually
B.) monthly
C.) before every drive
D.) weekly

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monthly


Oil is graded by the ____.
A.) Society of Automotive Teachers (SAT)
B.) Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
C.) League of Automotive Gurus (LAG)
D.) Bureau of Automotive Technicians (BAT)

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Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)


If there’s an unexpected puddle under your car, it means ______.
A.) it just rained before you arrived
B.) something might be leaking
C.) absolutely nothing
D.) your tires need to be replaced

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something might be leaking


Targeting encourages drivers to scan far ahead and _____________.
A.) focus their visual attention on the next point on the road
B.) check the road behind the vehicle
C.) reach their destination faster
D.) do not look to the sides

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focus their visual attention on the next point on the road


Most sleep-related crashes happen ____________.
A.) between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m.
B.) at 4 a.m.
C.) after midnight till 5 a.m.

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between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m.
EXPLANATION: In general, you'll feel most inclined to sleep between midnight and 6 a.m., and between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.


A typical crash related to sleepiness __________
A.) is not serious.
B.) involves multiple vehicles on the roadway.
C.) occurs on a high-speed road.
D.) all of the above

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occurs on a high-speed road.


When you do a vehicle check, what do you NOT need to keep an eye on?
A.) Proper tire inflation
B.) Cleanliness of windows and mirrors
C.) Functioning indicator lights and headlights
D.) Blind spot locations

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Blind spot locations


Another name for dash lights is _______.
A.) vehicle problem indicators
B.) vehicle warning indicators
C.) vehicle status indicators
D.) vehicle caution indicators

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vehicle warning indicators


Which of the following is NOT information you can find on the dashboard?
A.) Vehicle speed
B.) Engine temperature
C.) Amount of fuel remaining
D.) Recommended tire pressure

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Recommended tire pressure


After adjusting your seat, your _____ should be as close as possible to the backrest.
A.) hands
B.) arms
C.) bottom
D.) legs

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bottom


You should always adjust the seat as ____ as possible, while staying comfortable.
You should always adjust the seat as ____ as possible when driving, while staying comfortable.
A.) high
B.) even
C.) low
D.) close

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high


For maximum comfort and safety, ideally how should a driver angle their seat, where forward is toward the wheel and backward is away from it?
A.) 90 degrees exactly
B.) a little forward, 75 or 80 degrees
C.) a little backward, 100 or 110 degrees
D.) there is no recommended seat angle for driving

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a little backward, 100 or 110 degrees


When adjusting your side mirrors, the horizon should be _______ the mirror.
A.) above the center of
B.) across the center of
C.) below the center of
D.) directly behind

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across the center of

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