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★ Drivers Ed Module 10 Test Answers - Sharing the Road with Others

If a big truck in front of your car begins to turn left, but its right turn signals are flashing, it is most likely that truck driver __________________.
A.) started to turn left but forgot to turn off the right turn signals
B.) is preparing for a U-turn
C.) is preparing to turn right
D.) none of the above

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is preparing to turn right
EXPLANATION: For all turning vehicles, the rear wheels follow a shorter path than the front wheels. The longer the vehicle, the greater the difference. This is why big rig drivers swing wide to complete a right turn. When you follow a big rig, look at its turn signals before you start to pass. If you think the truck is turning left, wait a second and check the turn signals again. The driver may actually be turning right.


_________________ should be considered the daily driving limit.
A.) Six to eight hours
B.) Two hours
C.) Two to four hours
D.) A maximum of 12 hours

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Six to eight hours
EXPLANATION: If one person will be doing all of the driving, six to eight hours driving in any one day should be considered the limit. When two or more persons can share the driving, the total driving time should not exceed 10 to 11 hours.


Using a map for trip planning can make driving _____________.
A.) slower.
B.) less stressful.
C.) more stressful.
D.) fuel efficient.

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less stressful.

EXPLANATION: Whether planning a trip out of state or trying to locate an address in a nearby city or your own home town, using a map in advance to determine the best way to get there can make driving less stressful. The sudden braking and/or change of lanes as a driver realizes that they have just, or are about to miss their turn, has caused many collisions.


A map’s ___________ explains its markings and symbols.
Markings and symbols are explained in a maps drivers ed
A.) legend
B.) border
C.) topography
D.) large print

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legend
EXPLANATION: Maps typically contain a chart or legend that explains the markings and symbols. For instance, different colors and width of lines are used to identify classes of roads. Different symbols are used for federal, state, secondary, and county roads.


Travel on ____________ will take longer.
A.) carpool lanes
B.) secondary roads
C.) major highways
D.) none of the above

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secondary roads

EXPLANATION: Travel on secondary roads which go through towns and cities will take longer, as will driving through mountains.


Trip planning helps reduce
A.) driving distance.
B.) stress.
C.) insurance costs.
D.) both Choice A and Choice B.

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both Choice A and Choice B.


Before you leave for a trip, you should check your
Before you leave for a trip, you should check ___________.
A.) Tire condition
B.) Vehicle lights
C.) Fuel gauge
D.) All of the above

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All of the above



Florida FLVS Drivers Ed Module 10 Test Answers - Sharing the Road with Others<

A pre-trip inspection will help you ____________.
A.) find problems that could cause a collision or breakdown
B.) avoid a post-trip inspection
C.) know how far you must travel
D.) save money on fuel

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find problems that could cause a collision or breakdown


Truck drivers probably can't see your vehicle if ______________.
Truck drivers cannot see your vehicle if ______________.
A.) the truck is tailgating you
B.) you cannot see the truck driver in his or her side mirrors
C.) you cannot see the front end of the truck
D.) you cannot see the truck driver in your side/rear view mirrors

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you cannot see the truck driver in his or her side mirrors
EXPLANATION: Passenger vehicle drivers falsely assume truckers can see the road better because they are higher off the ground. While truckers do have a better forward view and bigger mirrors, they still have blind spots. Your vehicle can get lost in those blind spots. If you stay in those blind spots, you block the trucker's ability to take evasive action to avoid a dangerous situation. Generally speaking, if you can't see the truck driver in his or her side mirror, he or she can't see you.


Flashing red lights at a railroad crossing mean __________.
A.) stop
B.) proceed, if it's safe
C.) cross if the gates are at an open position
D.) if no train is in sight, keep going

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stop
EXPLANATION: Flashing red lights at a railroad crossing mean STOP! Any pedestrian or person driving a vehicle and approaching a railroad-highway grade crossing must stop 50 ft, but not less than 15 ft, from the nearest rail of the railroad if the electrical or mechanical warning signs are flashing.


Motorcyclists have the same rights and responsibilities on public roadways as automobile drivers.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE


In order to reduce stress when traveling, you should avoid ___________.
A.) Police officers
B.) Family members
C.) Rush-hour traffic
D.) Average travel speeds

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Rush-hour traffic


You can use a _____ to test tread wear on your tires.
A.) ruler
B.) penny
C.) finger nail
D.) PSI tire gauge

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penny
EXPLANATION: Here's how to use a penny for quick reference: insert the penny into the tread groove with Lincoln's face showing. The head should be pointing towards the tire. If you are able to see all of Lincoln's head while looking from the side of the tire, the tread is not sufficient. The tire needs replacement.


Under inflated tires flex too much and build up heat, which can lead to tire blowouts.
Underinflated tires flex too much and build up heat, which can lead to tire blowouts.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE
EXPLANATION: Properly inflated tires are critical to vehicle control and good gas mileage. Underinflated tires flex too much and build up heat, which can lead to blowouts or the tread separating and peeling off.


If you are involved in a collision and your vehicle is blocking the flow of traffic, you should
A.) Leave the vehicle where it is until the police arrive
B.) Leave the scene of the accident to call a tow truck
C.) Move the car out of the flow of traffic if possible
D.) Move the traffic flow around the car

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Move the car out of the flow of traffic if possible


You must obey any special signs or instructions as you pass a construction zone.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE


Pedestrians using guide dogs or white canes with or without a red tip must be given ________________.
A.) help while crossing a street.
B.) the right-of-way at all times.
C.) information about a traffic light.
D.) a walking signal by honking your horn.

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the right-of-way at all times.
EXPLANATION: When crossing, always yield to any pedestrian. Be careful, especially when turning or backing up. Pedestrians using guide dogs or white canes with or without a red tip must be given the right-of-way at all times. These pedestrians are partially or totally blind.



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