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UTAH Driver's Education Learners Permit Practice Test Answers 1

# Utah Driver's Education: 5.2 Basic Driving Skills

Effective May 2009, Utah state law prohibits the use of both ___ while operating a motor vehicle on the roads of Utah.
ANSWER: both texting and emailing

Your chances of being killed are ___ times greater if you are thrown from a car

Every bicycle used upon the streets and highways between the period, one-half hour after sunset and one-half hour before sunrise, must be equipped with a lamp on the front which emits a white light, visible from a distance of at least ___ feet to the front.

When lane width permits, bicyclists may ride two abreast.

Utah law requires a minimum ___ feet of distance from any bicyclist you are passing.
ANSWER: three

Bicyclists do not have to obey signs, traffic lights, and most other traffic laws and signs.

Bicycle riders on public streets and highways have the same rights and responsibilities as automobile drivers.

The force of impact of a person's head hitting the ground from a non-moving bicycle is 12 mph.

A pedestrian vehicle is designed and manufactured for the use of the disabled. It must be less than 48 inches wide, have an engine displacement of less than 300 cubic centimeters and less than 12 brake horsepower, and not be capable of exceeding 30 mph.

A bicyclist must give an audible signal before overtaking and passing a pedestrian.

When meeting a bicycle on a sidewalk or crosswalk, pedestrians should yield the right-of-way to the cyclist.

Bicyclists can be affected by various hazards that are not a concern to automobiles, such as storm grates, litter and open doors of parked vehicles.

Every year in the United States more than 70,000 (that is more than 190 a day) pedestrians are injured, and 5,000 (that is more than 13 a day) are killed by motor vehicles.

As a pedestrian, if there are sidewalks, you MUST USE THEM.

Pedestrians should always walk or jog FACING TRAFFIC, that is, on the left side of the shoulder or road.

______ of pedestrian fatalities occur between 6:00 PM and 6:00 AM.

The possibility of being in a serious accident in your lifetime is about 30%.

Utah law requires that only the driver and passengers under 18 need to be buckled if a seat belt is available.

In Utah, we have a special problem with 'black ice.' Black ice is very difficult to see on the roadway and appears more like a wet spot than a patch of ice. Unfortunately, many crashes occur each year from skids caused by black ice.

Four out of five crashes occur at speeds under 40 mph, with deaths occurring at speeds as low as 12 mph.

In motor vehicle crashes each year, approximately 1400 Utah children under the age of five are injured and 15 to 20 are killed.

Drivers wearing safety belts have more control over their vehicles in emergency situations and are more likely to avoid a crash.

In Utah, approximately two out of five (40%) motor vehicle deaths would not happen if safety belts were worn.

Unless you are at least ___ years old, you may not operate a motor-assisted scooter unless you are under the direct supervision of your parent or guardian.

You should shift gears while crossing the railroad tracks so that you can get over them more quickly.

If you are following a car, dim your lights when you are within ___ feet of the vehicle ahead of you.

Which type of vehicle operator is more exposed to ___ elements while driving?
ANSWER: motorcyclist

For which vehicle are the turn signals not self-canceling?
ANSWER: motorcycle

If you need help while driving, which of the following should you do after pulling to the side of the road?
ANSWER: Raise your hood, turn on your emergency flashers, tie something orange on the door handle or antenna, tie something white on the antenna or door handle

If you have a class D or CDL, you are licensed to drive a street-legal ATV/UTV.

You should watch for vehicles, such as buses, that must stop at railroad crossings, .

During a power outage, a single point urban interchange is handled the same way as a four-way stop.

Do not pass a vehicle that has stopped at a crosswalk.

Every intersection has a crosswalk, whether marked or not.

Expect trains on any track at any time.

It is not against the law to drive around railroad gates if there is no train in sight.

To determine following distance, a rider or driver should pick a fixed point (shadow, pavement marker, pole) ahead of the lead vehicle. Once the lead vehicle has passed the point, the motorist or motorcyclist should be able to count off at least three seconds before passing the reference point.

You can be issued a citation for impeding traffic if a vehicle is following behind you in the left lane of travel on a multi-lane highway, and you do NOT change lanes and allow for the other vehicle to pass.

# Utah Driver's Education: 5.3 Rules of Road Videos, Emergency Driving

When using your windshield wipers, your headlights should always be on.

It is only important after sunset as they are of no use in the daylight
It is only important to use your lights after sunset as they are of no use in the daylight.

You must adjust your driving and speed control when you cannot see
ANSWER: 100 feet in front of your car.

When the roads are wet and slippery, it is your responsibility to slow down no matter the posted speed limit.

Night driving is a special type of hazardous driving. To help your night vision when approaching an oncoming vehicle, you should direct your eyes to the _____ of the road.
ANSWER: right side

According to the video on rules of the road, you must adjust your driving and speed control when you encounter the following hazardous conditions. Choose five answers that apply.
ANSWER: 1. when roads are slippery or wet
2. On blind curves
3. When you cannot see 100 feet in ground of your vehicle
4. If it's not safe to driver faster then 35 MPH
5. At night

# Utah Driver's Education: 5.5 Motorcycle Safety

In the past 5 years motorcycle helmets use has been increasing.

One means of making a motorcycle more visible in the daytime is by using headlights

Motorcyclists react different to road hazards

A motorcyclist may share (travel side by side) in their lane with another vehicle.

Motorcyclists may have need to react to road hazards such as potholes, railroad tracks, oil slicks, puddles, road debris, and ruts differently than a car.
Motorcyclists may need to react to road hazards such as potholes, railroad tracks, oil slicks, puddles, road debris, and ruts differently than a car.

For crashes involving a motorcycle and another vehicle, the other vehicle violates the motorcyclist's right-of-way two-thirds of the time

Per vehicle mile traveled, motorcyclists are about 37 times more likely than a passenger car with occupants to die in a traffic crash.

Twenty-five percent of motorcycle riders in fatal crashes in 2008 were riding their vehicle with an invalid license.
25% of motorcyclists in fatal crashes in 2008 were riding their vehicle with an invalid license.
25 percents of motorcycle riders in fatal crashes in 2008 were riding their vehicle with an invalid license.

In 2008, what percent of motorcycle riders died in a single-vehicle crashes and had BAC levels of .08 or higher?

If all motorcyclists had worn helmets in 2008 over 800 lives could have been saved.

# Utah Driver's Education: 5.6 Bicycles: sharing the road

Before you get out of your car
ANSWER: check for bicyclists before you open your door.

Before pulling out into the street motorists should
ANSWER: yield to all bicyclists

When making a left turn,
ANSWER: yield to cyclists as well as pedestrians

When cars and bicyclists are driving on the road
ANSWER: drivers should look for hazards that might cause a cyclist to swerve in front of them.

When you are making a right hand turn
ANSWER: you should slow down for the cyclist.

As a walker, jogger, or other type of pedestrian, if there are sidewalks, you must use them.

When driving you should check your blind spots
ANSWER: before changing lanes or passing.

Pedestrians, including walkers and joggers, should face the same direction as traffic.

When a bicyclist is on the sidewalk, a driver should
ANSWER: stop before he/she crosses the sidewalk.

When passing a cyclist you must give them
ANSWER: three feet

At stop signs
ANSWER: whoever is there first gets to go first.

# Utah Driver's Education: 5.7 Railroad Saftey
Finish the following comparison.A sedan (car) is to a ________ as a train is to a _______.
ANSWER: can of soda, sedan (car)

If you are killed by a train, it is only you and your immediate family that are impacted.

Once a train has passed through the crossing, it is safe to drive through even if the lights are still flashing.

At a passive train crossing, what are the warning indicators that a driver is approaching a train crossing? Check all that apply. (PS These warnings are at ALL train crossings, but passive ones do NOT have any electronic indicators of any kind.) Select all that apply.
ANSWER: White and black crossbuck sign at the crossing with an additional sign indicating how many tracks, if there is more than one set
White R X R pavement markings in the lane or lanes that will cross the track or tracks
Yellow, round warning sign
Double, solid yellow paint lines indicating no passing

Both the front AND the back bumper of your car have to be at least 15 feet away from the nearest rail.

When driving in the dark, there is no way to know you are approaching a train crossing so it is possible you might drive into the side of a train.

If your vehicle stalls, gets stuck, or stops on or very near train tracks, the best thing to do is get out and run in the same general direction the train is traveling.

Is it ever acceptable to drive around lowered automatic gate arms or pass a stopped car going the same direction you are at a train crossing?

How many football fields long does it take a freight train traveling at 55 MPH to stop?

You are about 40 times more likely to die in a crash with a train than in a crash with another motor vehicle.

It is OK to stay on your bicycle on a train platform.

There are three reasons that trains are always given the right of way. What are they? Select all that apply.
ANSWER: Trains cannot swerve,
Trains cannot stop quickly, or change direction to avert collisions.
A train traveling at 55 miles per hour takes a mile or more to stop.

# Utah Driver's Education: 5.8 Financial Responsibility, Insurance, and Collisions

What type of insurance is the most common way to provide future proof that a driver will be able to pay for any damage if they are responsible for a future collision?

Of the types of insurance discussed in this video, which are required by law? Select all that apply.
ANSWER: Bodily Injury and Property Damage Liability
Personal Injury Protection

Of the types of insurance discussed in this video, which may be required by your lien holder (EG bank or credit union)? Select all that apply.
ANSWER: Collison

Which of the following is NOT one of the five things this video taught you to do in the event of a collision?
ANSWER: control the scene

If a driver fails to provide proof of responsibility (insurance), what might be a consequence? Select all that apply.
ANSWER: Suspension or revocation of driver license
Loss of motor vehicle registration
Loss of license plates

# Utah Driver's Education: 5.9 Registration

Which of the following vehicles must be registered? Select all that apply.
ANSWER: aircraft
off highway vehicles

After-market sun screening devices are not approved for use in Utah. Window tint materials must comply with Utah law. The front windows to the immediate left and right of the driver must allow no less than 50% light transmittance.

When registering a vehicle in Utah, the following items must be taken to the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV): Select all that apply.
ANSWER: Utah Safety Inspection Certificate
Utah Emission Certificates

# Utah Driver's Education: 5.10 Basic Vehicle Maintenance

If your coolant is cloudy or have oil in it, you might have a major issue that needs to be repaired.

What items did he list off that should be checked under the vehicle? Select all that apply.
ANSWER: emergancy brake lines
leaks of any fluid in the engine compartment
differential (on that car)
CV boots
brake lines
fuel lines

When changing your oil, you should... Select all that apply.
ANSWER: consult your owner's manual for things like oil type and weight.
carefully collect all the used oil and take it to an oil recycling center, if changing the oil yourself.
be sure to not overfill your oil reservoir.

You can use any old can of brake fluid to fill the reservoir, no matter if it has been sitting around for a while and opened.

What items did he check under the hood? Select all that apply.
ANSWER: coolant
brake fluid
windshield washer fluid
transmttion fluid
air filter

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