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★ Drivers Ed Module 9 Test Answers - Critical Vehicle System Test 9.1 and 9.2

Choose the correct names for the car symbols shown in this picture.


A.) Low beam; safety belt
B.) Low beam; head restraint system
C.) High beam; safety belt

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High beam; safety belt
These car symbols indicate the high beams and safety belts.


If the temperature warning light/gauge goes on, what should you do?
A.) Stop as soon as you can at a safe place and shut the engine off
B.) Open the radiator cap to check the water level
C.) Keep driving to the nearest mechanic

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Stop as soon as you can at a safe place and shut the engine off
EXPLANATION: Temperature Warning Light/Gauge: This light goes on when the engine temperature or the radiator's coolant is too hot. In some vehicles, a gauge is used that would show the needle in the warning zone of HOT. If this warning light lights up while driving, STOP as soon as you can at a safe place and shut the engine off.


The odometer gauge indicates the ________________.
A.) total number of miles your car has been driven
B.) fuel level in the car’s fuel tank
C.) engine revolutions per minute
D.) speed in miles per hour

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total number of miles your car has been driven
EXPLANATION: Odometer indicates the total number of miles your car had been driven since it was manufactured


Periodic tune-ups are important because they __________.
A.) extend the life of your car
B.) help you avoid costly repairs
C.) prevent dangerous breakdowns
D.) all of the above

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all of the above
EXPLANATION: Periodic tune-ups and transmission service according to manufacturer's specifications extend the life of your vehicle, allow you to avoid costly repairs, and prevent dangerous breakdowns.


Which gauge indicates the total number of miles your car has been driven since it was manufactured?
A.) The speedometer
B.) The tachometer
C.) The odometer
D.) The fuel gauge

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The odometer


On most vehicles, the windshield wipers can be activated by a lever located to the _________ of the steering wheel.
A.) top
B.) left
C.) bottom
D.) right

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right
EXPLANATION: On most vehicles, the windshield wipers can be activated by a lever located to the right of the steering wheel. Usually, you can adjust the speed of your wipers to optimize performance for specific driving conditions.



Florida FLVS Drivers Ed Module 9 Test Answers - Critical Vehicle System Test 9.1 and 9.2

With manual transmission, use your right foot for the brake and accelerator and left foot for the clutch.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE


The clutch pedal is found in cars with manual and automatic transmissions. True or False?
A.) True
B.) False

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FALSE
EXPLANATION: The clutch pedal is found only in cars with manual transmission. The pedal is located on the floor to the left of the brake pedal. It must be operated with your left foot with the heel resting on the ground.


It is recommended that you sit at least _____ inches away from the air bag.
A.) 2
B.) 7
C.) 10
D.) 60

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10
EXPLANATION: Driver and front seat passengers should sit as far back as practical, particularly people of short stature. It is recommended that you sit at least 10 inches away from the air bag.


What are the benefits of maintaining your vehicle?
A.) Safety and dependability
B.) Better for the environment
C.) Better fuel economy
D.) All of the above

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All of the above
EXPLANATION: Regular maintenance is health insurance for your car, and will extend the life of its parts. Maintenance keeps a car safe, dependable, perform well, save fuel, and makes it emission standards compliant. Regular maintenance also makes sense economically: low-cost maintenance can prevent high-cost repairs.


Which of the following statements is not true about proper tire care?
A.) If you see a wear bar across the width of the tread while facing it, it's time to replace the tire.
B.) Properly-inflated tires are critical to vehicle control and good gas mileage.
C.) Tire tread depth can only be checked by a properly-trained tire expert.
D.) Under-inflated tires experience uneven friction and heat buildup, which can lead to blowouts.

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Tire tread depth can only be checked by a properly-trained tire expert.


You can use a _____ to test tread wear on your tires.
A.) Penny
B.) Air hose
C.) Car jack
D.) Lug wrench

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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.


You should always adjust mirrors after adjusting your seat. True or False?
A.) True
B.) False

Get the Correct ANSWER

TRUE
EXPLANATION: Always adjust mirrors after adjusting your seat.


In a car crash, wearing a seat belt __________________.
A.) Keeps you from being thrown from the car
B.) Can reduce your injuries
C.) Keeps you from hitting the steering wheel or the windshield
D.) Can help with all of the above

Get the Correct ANSWER

Can help with all of the above


True or false: A poorly running engine may pollute the air.
A.) True
B.) False

Get the Correct ANSWER

TRUE


Poorly tuned engines do not get good gas mileage.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE
EXPLANATION: A poorly running engine may lose power that is needed for normal driving and emergencies, may not start, gets poor fuel economy, pollutes the air, and could stall when you are on the road causing a traffic problem.


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.


In vehicles equipped with ABS, the driver's foot must remain firmly on the _________ to activate the ABS.
A.) accelerator
B.) brake pedal
C.) clutch
D.) ground

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brake pedal
EXPLANATION: In vehicles equipped with ABS, the driver's foot remains firmly on the brake pedal, allowing the system to automatically pump the brakes. In vehicles not equipped with ABS, the driver can manually pump the brakes to prevent wheel lockup.



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