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Chapter 9 Test.

Why is urban driving more complex than other driving?
a) faster moving traffic
b) highest number and variety of hazards
c) higher speed limits
d) less traffic

The three second following distance
a) is your total stopping distance.
b) will provide you with a safe space cushion under normal driving conditions.
c) should be used when following trucks.
d) is your total braking distance.

In order to manage tailgaters you should
a) increase your following distance to four seconds.
b) signal left as your being passed.
c) slam on the brakes.
d) speed up when being passed.

Reasons for crossing the center line might include
a) impaired and/or dangerous driving.
b) poor visibility.
c) sudden moves by others.
d) all of the above.

Approaching a yellow traffic signal means you should
a) speed up.
b) stop suddenly.
c) make every effort to stop smoothly.
d) change lanes.

Covering the brake is
a) resting your foot on the brake.
b) putting your foot on the brake and the gas at the same time.
c) holding your foot over the brake.
d) none of the above

Indicators for one way streets would include
a) broken white lines separate lanes.
b) parked cars point in the same direction.
c) traffic signs face the same direction.
d) all of the above

To turn right onto a one way street
a) turn to the far left lane.
b) turn to the middle lane.
c) turn to the far right lane.
d) none of the above

It is illegal to pass another vehicle
a) over a broken lane marker.
b) at an intersection.
c) on a multi-lane street.
d) on a one way street.

When driving in urban situations
a) keep your vehicle close to others.
b) cover the brake pedal.
c) be ready to reduce speed and change vehicle position.
d) maintain the posted speed limit.

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