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★ Drivers Ed Module 2 Test Answers - The Driver

What are some of the characteristics of safe vs. "at risk" drivers?
A.) Feeling optimistic and capable of handling driving situations
B.) Speeding. If a driver is able to handle the speed, he/she is obviously a safe driver
C.) Safe drivers travel slowly and are always nervous about their driving
D.) Safe drivers only pay attention to the road

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ANSWER: Feeling optimistic and capable of handling driving situations
EXPLANATION: Optimistic. They feel capable of handling all driving situations. Considerate of others, e.g., they make room for other drivers to enter the lane. Discerning. They know the difference between correct and incorrect behavior behind the wheel and choose to do the right thing. They use good judgment and act appropriately, e.g., they do not rush across an intersection on a yellow light. Content with the driving situation, e.g., they are not anxious about traffic.


What is an "at risk" driver?
A.) A driver who is impatient with traffic, aggressive, and impulsive
B.) A driver who is listening to the car stereo
C.) A driver who is following all rules properly
D.) A driver who is content with the driving situation

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A driver who is impatient with traffic, aggressive, and impulsive
EXPLANATION: Risky drivers are impatient with traffic, long lights, or slow drivers, aggressive or insistent on having their way, and impulsive.


What is the first line of defense against a deadly collision?
A.) Good knowledge of the area
B.) The ability to pay attention
C.) The ability to signal and change lanes properly
D.) Both A and C

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The ability to pay attention


When feeling ill, taking medication before driving __________.
A.) May cause certain side effects, but will not have an impact on your driving ability or your ability to think
B.) Is safe because if you are ill, you are responsible for your well-being and responsible to protect other roadway users
C.) Is dangerous for you and others because it may slow your reaction time and the ability to make rapid corrective actions while driving
D.) Is okay, as long as you take the medication with water, and wait at least 30 minutes before getting behind the wheel

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Is dangerous for you and others because it may slow your reaction time and the ability to make rapid corrective actions while driving


When feeling ill, taking medication before driving ____________.
A.) may cause certain side effects, but will not have an impact on your driving ability
B.) is safe because if you are ill, you are responsible for your well being
C.) is dangerous for the driver and others because it slows reactions and the ability to make rapid corrective actions while driving
D.) is okay, as long as you wait 30 minutes before getting behind the wheel

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is dangerous for the driver and others because it slows reactions and the ability to make rapid corrective actions while driving


Carbon Monoxide poisoning can be prevented by ________________.
A.) checking your vehicle's engine at least once a month
B.) never leaving an open bottle of hair spray in the car
C.) always making sure your car's exhaust system is working properly and never leaving a car running in a garage
D.) always keeping your ventilating system on low

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always making sure your car's exhaust system is working properly and never leaving a car running in a garage
EXPLANATION: Have your car exhaust checked routinely. A small leak in your car's exhaust system can lead to a buildup of carbon monoxide inside the car. Never leave a car running in a closed garage. The exhaust can build up quickly while your car is running and cause severe carbon monoxide poisoning.


Driving while wearing headphones or headsets ____________.
A.) is against the law
B.) is more entertaining than listening to the car radio or CD
C.) is not dangerous, because you can still see everything around you
D.) is only okay when driving on a freeway

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is against the law
EXPLANATION: While driving, do not wear a headset or headphones. This is against the law.



Florida FLVS Drivers Ed Module 2 Test Answers - The Driver

Driving while wearing headphones or earphones ____________.
A.) Is permissible because you can talk hands-free on your phone
B.) Is not dangerous because you can still see everything around you
C.) Is against the law
D.) Is only okay when driving on a freeway

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Is against the law


If you are feeling fatigued or sleepy while driving _________________.
A.) try taking medication
B.) you should drink soda to keep you awake
C.) set the heater on high
D.) take regular rest stops or pull off the road and get some sleep

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take regular rest stops or pull off the road and get some sleep


If you are feeling fatigued or sleepy while driving, you should
A.) drink soda to keep you awake.
B.) try taking medication.
C.) set the heater on high.
D.) take regular rest stops or pull off the road and get some sleep.

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take regular rest stops or pull off the road and get some sleep.
EXPLANATION: If you are sleepy, the only safe cure is to get off the road and get some sleep. If you do not, you risk your life and the lives of others.


Cars entering our field of vision from the side require the use of ___________.
A.) central vision
B.) peripheral vision
C.) both peripheral and central vision
D.) common sense

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peripheral vision
EXPLANATION: Peripheral vision is not as sharp as central vision, but it is more sensitive to light and motion.) That's a good thing because it helps us detect critical events to the side of our vehicles, even when we're not looking in that direction.


What should you avoid while driving?
A.) Poor decision making
B.) Driving under the permitted speed limit
C.) Lack of courtesy for other drivers
D.) Both A and C

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Both A and C (lack of courtesy for other drivers; poor decision making)
EXPLANATION: What are the six major driving errors?
1.) Lack of a safe driving attitude.
2.) Failure to obey traffic laws.
3.) Bad judgment/poor decision-making.
4.) Lack of courtesy for other drivers.
5.) Lack of driving knowledge.
6.) Failure to maintain your car.


Gathering information with your eyes is called __________.
A.) peripheral vision
B.) central vision
C.) rubbernecking
D.) visual perception

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visual perception
EXPLANATION: When you are driving, most information comes to you through your eyes. Gathering information with your eyes is called visual perception - the ability to notice many things at once.


To develop good eye habits while driving, you should ___________.
To develop good eye habits, you should ___________.
A.) Use eye drops whether you are or are not fatigued
B.) Aim high, keep your eyes moving, and get the big picture
C.) Do eye exercises to improve your vision
D.) Fix your gaze straight ahead

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Aim high, keep your eyes moving, and get the big picture


If your license says you must wear corrective lenses, you ____________________________.
A.) may be fined if you drive without wearing them
B.) should only wear them when you feel they are needed
C.) should always have them on when in a vehicle regardless of whether or not you are behind the wheel
D.) should wear them, but it isn't important because it isn't against the law

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may be fined if you drive without wearing them
EXPLANATION: If your license says you must wear "corrective lenses," wear them, or you may be fined.


Which statement is true about central vision?
Which is true about central vision?
A.) It is our side vision
B.) It is about twelve degrees of our visual field
C.) It allows us to estimate distance and understand details in the path ahead
D.) It helps us detect light and motion

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It allows us to estimate distance and understand details in the path ahead
EXPLANATION: The three degrees central vision covers is a very small area in your total field of vision. But central vision allows us to make very important judgments like estimating distance and understanding details in the path ahead.


In order to drive safely, you need to ___________.
A.) possess good vision
B.) look to the side while keeping your head and eyes straight ahead
C.) Both A and B

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Both A and B
EXPLANATION: Good vision is essential for driving. Most of your maneuvers are based on what you see. If you can't see clearly, you can't judge distances or spot trouble, which will leave you unable to react. Try looking to the side while keeping your head and eyes straight ahead.


The incorrect attitude towards driving is the cause of most collisions among teenage drivers.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE
EXPLANATION: Research has found that teen collisions are often not caused by a lack of knowledge or basic driving skills, but that attitude was often the deciding factor.


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