- 1 What are true work zones?
- 2 When driving through roadway zones What should you do?
- 3 What is a zone in driving?
- 4 Which statement is true about driving and taking medications?
- 5 What is the most common collision in a work zone?
- 6 What does a work zone sign mean?
- 7 When using an acceleration lane you should first?
- 8 When can you drive in a construction zone?
- 9 How should you adjust your driving in a work zone?
- 10 What are the three steps of see?
- 11 What are four ways you can communicate with others while driving?
- 12 What is the most important element of defensive driving?
- 13 When you want to change lanes you should never?
- 14 Is more dangerous to drive at night than in daytime because?
- 15 When may you pass on the right of another vehicle?
What are true work zones?
Most work zones have reduced speed. Start slowing down when warning signs alert you of a reduced speed. Remember, speeding in work zones may not only carry increased fines, it also contributes to many accidents. Highway patrols or local police will often provide active enforcement support in work zones.
When driving through roadway zones What should you do?
When driving through work zones, you should: turn on your flashers; drive slowly; and use your brake lights to warn drivers behind you. 50.
What is a zone in driving?
A zone is an area of space around a vehicle that is the width of a lane and extends as far as the driver can see. The vehicle occupies the central area, or Zone 7. Each area must be managed in order to reduce risk of collision.
Which statement is true about driving and taking medications?
Medications are safe to take at any time, if prescribed by a doctor. Remember that all medications, prescription or over-the-counter, are potentially dangerous and could impair your driving. Over-the-counter medicines that you take for colds and allergies can make you drowsy and affect your driving ability.
What is the most common collision in a work zone?
Rear-end crashes (running into the rear of a slowing or stopping vehicle) are the most common type of work zone crash. Fatal work zone crashes occur most often in summer and fall.
What does a work zone sign mean?
D. You should drive faster to get out of the work zone. Work zone signs are orange and indicate that some type of work is being performed on or alongside the roadway. Be extremely careful when you see these signs.
When using an acceleration lane you should first?
You have to be careful when entering the freeway. You should search ahead for traffic on the ramp as well as for a gap in traffic on the freeway. Using the acceleration lane, look for an opening in traffic, signal and accelerate to or near the traffic speed, yield to traffic already on freeway.
When can you drive in a construction zone?
When traveling through a construction zone, drivers should be aware of some driving strategies that will ensure greater work zone safety.
- Slow down.
- Don’t tailgate.
- Stay a safe distance away from construction workers and their equipment.
- Watch for stopped traffic.
- Merge as soon as possible.
- Do not block traffic.
How should you adjust your driving in a work zone?
when driving through a highway work zone, you should. reduce your speed and adjust lane position away from workers. when you make left turn onto a two way street, which lane should you enter.
What are the three steps of see?
SEESM: A Strategy for Managing the Risk of Motor Vehicle Operation. The Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF), in its Basic RiderCourseSM (BRC) and other curricular products, promotes a three-part process with the acronym SEE (Search, Evaluate, Execute) as the core of a personal safe-riding strategy (see diagram).
What are four ways you can communicate with others while driving?
The communication devices of your car include: turn signals, brake lights, hazard lights, a flash of the headlights, and the horn. Sometimes you may communicate by waving or nodding. Use turn signals every time you turn or change lanes.
What is the most important element of defensive driving?
The most important aspect of driving defensively, is the practice of safe road habits. You won’t grasp this concept until you obey the rules of the road, and minimize the risks you take. It starts here. Fortunately, safe driving is one of the easiest ways to improve your defensive driving skills.
When you want to change lanes you should never?
Check for other drivers moving into the same lane. You should never change lanes within an intersection. Before changing lanes, always look over your shoulder to check your blind spot. Be alert to other drivers moving into the same lane.
Is more dangerous to drive at night than in daytime because?
Driving at night is more dangerous than driving in daylight because you cannot see as far ahead at night. Fatigue is also more common at night. Make sure you know and understand the risk factors involved in night driving.
When may you pass on the right of another vehicle?
You may pass on the right of another vehicle making or about to make a left turn if there is sufficient pavement width for both your vehicle and the vehicle making the left turn. You may also pass on the right when traveling on a multilane highway carrying two or more lanes of traffic in the same direction.