Here are the answers to my quiz from defensive driving. I got all of them correct. Hope it helps all of you guys.
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Question 1: Some bicyclists create unsafe situations by riding __________ for the traffic environment and weather conditions.
Correct: at excessive speeds
Question 2: Nearly __________ percent of the vehicles involved in motor vehicle crashes in 2005 were passenger cars or light trucks.
Question 3: Flashing red and yellow lights control some intersections during times when there is __________ traffic flow.
Question 4: If a bicyclist is in your lane in front of you, __________.
Correct: be patient and adjust your speed and position
Question 5: __________ percent of pedestrian fatalities in 2005 resulted from persons improperly crossing the roadway or intersection, walking, playing or working in the roadway.
Question 6: The use of turn signals and your __________ are the methods of communicating to other road users that are employed most often.
Correct: brake lights
Question 7: Use your __________ to communicate to other drivers that you are in trouble, there is trouble ahead, or when you are moving very slowly.
Correct: emergency hazard lights
Question 8: Deer are likely to be more active and roam outside of their territory during __________.
Question 9: __________ when you are approaching a blind curve to warn others that cannot see you coming.
Correct: Honk your horn
Question 10: On an annual basis, animal-vehicle collisions cause about __________ worth of damage.
Correct: $1 billion
Position your voice go into center of the lane
Flash your headlights
honk your horn
Type your answer here...
honk your horn
honk your horn
A blind curve is a dangerous curve on a roadway in which drivers cannot see approaching traffic.
When approaching and going around blind corners, at blind intersections, any other time it is necessary to signal and alert others to a hazard.
A blind intersection is a place where roads cross and do not provide a good field of view of the traffic about to cross your path. Thus, you enter the intersection "blind" to any approaching vehicles. This can be a very dangerous situation even at moderate driving speeds.In California, a "blind intersection" is an intersection when you cannot see at least 100 ft in both directions on the intersecting road.
There are several precautions that an operator should take when approaching a blind corner. The first thing is to slow down and then approach the corner from the furthest angle.
The "blind spot" is the area outside a vehicle from the quarter panel (by the gas cap) to the back of the vehicle's door where you cannot see any approaching objects unless you turn.The expression "check your blind spot" means to turn to face this area to check for oncoming objects.
Teiresias is a blind prophet who Odysseus seeks for help in the underworld in "The Odyssey" by Homer. Because Teiresias is blind, he has 'inner sight', and can see things others cannot, such as the future.
Are they blind?