Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Questions (21-25)

#26. When driving behind another vehicle at night, you should:
(a) Keep your headlights on low beam.
(b) Use your high beam headlights until you are within 10 feet of the vehicle ahead.
(c) Use your high beam headlights.

#27. A solid yellow line, on your side of the center line, means:
(a) Reduce speed.
(b) Traffic light ahead.
(c) Do not pass.

#28. If you have to stop on the shoulder of a freeway because of an emergency, you should:
(a) Raise the hood to indicate trouble, and wait in your car for help.
(b) Stand behind your car to warn traffic that you have stopped.
(c) Get out of your car and walk for help

#29. You have allowed the wheels of your vehicle to run off the edge of the pavement. You should:
(a) Release the gas pedal and turn the front wheels slightly to the left to edge the car back on the pavement.
(b) Hold the steering wheel firmly; release the gas pedal; and gently apply the brakes. Return to the pavement when the vehicle has slowed enough to allow roll steer back onto the highway safely.
(c) Apply the brakes and turn the front wheels sharply to the left.

#30. It is more dangerous to drive at night than in daytime, because:
(a) You cannot see as far ahead at night.
(b) The road is probably more slippery at night.
(c) Your reaction time is slower at night.

(Note: Answer is in RED mark)