AAA Driver’s ED: FINAL EXAM

You should avoid passing another vehicle.

1) As you approach a hill crest.
2) When the sun is setting.
3) When a police officer is present.
4) None of the above is correct.

1) As you approach a hill crest.

Which sense is most critical to safe driving?

1) Hearing Hearing
2) Smell
3) Seeing
4) Touch

3) Seeing

A reasonable and proper speed for any set of conditions is a speed that:

1) Allows you to avoid spinouts.
2) Allows you time to adjust your radio while moving.
3) Assures you a safe travel path.
4) Will not result in a violation.

3) Assures you a safe travel path.

Driver licenses are:

1) Issued by county or parish officials.
2) Issued by the state government.
3) Issued by the city officials.
4) Issued by the federal government.

2) Issued by the state government.

Your tire’s tread:

1) Does not help prevent hydroplaning.
2) Will prevent hydroplaning if the tires are new.
3) Will give you greater traction on clear dry pavement.
4) Will help to reduce the likelihood of hydroplaning.

4) Will help to reduce the likelihood of hydroplaning.

To reduce the forces of a collision you should:

1) Adjust your speed and try to hit the other vehicle head-on.
2) Reduce your speed and try to hit the other vehicle in front of the front wheels or after the rear wheels.
3) Aim for the other vehicle’s passenger doors since they will give more than the fenders.
4) Do nothing since nothing you can do will reduce the forces of a collision.

2) Reduce your speed and try to hit the other vehicle in front of the front wheels or after the rear wheels.

Before you shift your vehicle into drive, you should:

1) Let the engine idle for 15 to 20 seconds.
2) Check that all gauges are working.
3) Turn on your low beam headlights if the vehicle does not have DRLs.
4) All of the above are correct.

4) All of the above are correct.

You should avoid driving for extended periods of time beside a large truck because:

1) The air currents created by large trucks force you off the road.
2) Large trucks have large blind areas and the truck driver may not realize you are there.
3) The dirt, dust and smoke from a large truck will create visibility problems for you.
4) None of the above is correct.

2) Large trucks have large blind areas and the truck driver may not realize you are there.

You have better control of your vehicle during emergency maneuvers if you are not wearing your seat belt.

1) True
2) False

2) False

How many steps are required for developing a selective search pattern?

1) One
2) Two
3) Three
4) Four

2) Two

You fail to stop at a stop sign and hit another vehicle. Which type of insurance will pay for the repair of your vehicle?

1) Liability.
2) Medical Payments.
3) Collision.
4) Comprehensive.

3) Collision.

When you are angle or perpendicular parking you should:

1) Signal in the direction opposite your intended parking space so other driver’s will not attempt to pass you.
2) Not signal since you are in a parking lot.
3) Signal in the direction of your intended parking space since you are turning.
4) Use your emergency flashers.

3) Signal in the direction of your intended parking space since you are turning.

When your mirrors are properly adjusted, which of the following is true?

1) Blind spots are eliminated so you do not need to check to the sides.
2) The mirrors will provide detailed information about vehicles around you.
3) The outside mirrors are adjusted to provide a view of the sides of your vehicle.
4) The rear view mirror will be adjusted allowing you to see as much of the rear window as possible.

4) The rear view mirror will be adjusted allowing you to see as much of the rear window as possible.

Which of the following is not a vision error that could increase risk?

1) Failing to check your rear view mirror
2) Failing to check your blind areas.
3) Dialing your cell phone.
4) Searching 20 to 30 seconds ahead for your vehicle for possible conflicts.

4) Searching 20 to 30 seconds ahead for your vehicle for possible conflicts.

The fatality rate per million miles driven for drivers under the age of twenty is:

1) Has not been determined.
2) About the same as other drivers.
3) Higher than other drivers.
4) Lower than other drivers.

3) Higher than other drivers.

You should have your headlights on when you are driving during the daylight hours because it is easier:

1) For others to see your vehicle.
2) For you to see the road ahead.
3) To see the edge of the road.
4) For you to see others.

1) For others to see your vehicle

The primary reason for the use of traffic laws is:

1) Prevent traffic crashes and promote the orderly flow of traffic.
2) Regulate the use of fossil fuels and protect the environment.
3) Assign fault when crashes occur.
4) To generate revenue for maintenance.

1) Prevent traffic crashes and promote the orderly flow of traffic.

Which of the following is not a characteristic of risk?

1) Risk can be managed.
2) Risk is affected by all road users.
3) Perceived risk does not differ from actual risk.
4) Risk is always present.

3) Perceived risk does not differ from actual risk.

To turn around on a two way street, you will best manage your risk by:

1) Making a two-point turn by backing into a driveway on your right then driving forward into the street.
2) Making a U-turn.
3) Making a three-point turnabout.
4) Making a two point turn by driving into a driveway on your left then backing into the street.

1) Making a two-point turn by backing into a driveway on your right then driving forward into the street.

When you shift to reverse you should:

1) Press the accelerator pedal to the floor.
2) Keep the steering wheel inline, ensuring the vehicle goes straight back.
3) Press the brake pedal.
4) Only shift to reverse from the “Parked” position.

3) Press the brake pedal.

Emotional responses can affect your:

1) Physical coordination before your mental judgment.
2) Mental judgment before you physical coordination.
3) Ability to think, reason and make decisions.
4) Physical skills before you mental skills.

3) Ability to think, reason and make decisions.

How fast you drive is determined by:

1) The posted speed limit.
2) The highway conditions.
3) Both A and B are correct.
4) Neither A nor B is correct.

3) Both A and B are correct.

Driver error contributes to:

1) 30% of all traffic crashes.
2) 50% of all traffic crashes.
3) 70% of all traffic crashes.
4) 90% of all traffic crashes.

4) 90% of all traffic crashes.

Although each state may differ slightly, generally drivers are required to stop when they encounter a school bus that is:

1) All of the above are correct.
2) Stopped with lights flashing.
3) Unloading children.
4) Loading children.

1) All of the above are correct.

Traffic control devices include:

1) All of the above are correct
2) Pavement markings.
3) Traffic signs.
4) Signal lights.

1) All of the above are correct

Communicating should be thought of as:

1) Sending information.
2) Receiving a message.
3) Exchanging information.
4) Providing feedback.

3) Exchanging information.

To check your blind areas, you should:

1) Lower your visor and use the vanity mirror and light attached to it.
2) Try to see the reflection off of the vehicle traveling in your blind spots.
3) Turn your head and check over your shoulder in the direction you are turning.
4) Adjust your mirrors temporarily.

3) Turn your head and check over your shoulder in the direction you are turning.

When loading a trailer you should put about:

1) 50 percent of the weight to the rear half of the trailer.
2) 60 percent of the weight to the front half of the trailer.
3) 70 percent of the weight to the side of the trailer opposite the driver’s side.
4) 80 percent to the weight to the front half of the trailer.

2) 60 percent of the weight to the front half of the trailer.

The friction point of the clutch is the point at which the clutch pedal is:

1) Pushed all the way to the floor.
2) Let all the way up from the floor.
3) Let up part way to a point where the gears grind.
4) Let up part way to a point that the engine starts to move the vehicle.

4) Let up part way to a point that the engine starts to move the vehicle.

When your vehicle is equipped with anti-locking braking system (ABS) you will:

1) Enhance your ability to steer while braking hard.
2) Stop your vehicle faster.
3) Not be able to lock the doors of your vehicle.
4) Skid on any surface as soon as you depress the brake pedal.

1) Enhance your ability to steer while braking hard.

Which sign are you not likely to see mounted beside the road?

1) None of the above are correct
2) Train crossing sign.
3) Slow-moving vehicle sign.
4) No passing pennant.

3) Slow-moving vehicle sign.

A driving distraction is best described as:

1) Any activity that takes your focus away from driving task.
2) The presence of members of your family in your vehicle.
3) Windshield wipers going back and forth on your windshield.
4) Adjusting of your radio or CD player.

1) Any activity that takes your focus away from driving task.

Alcohol affects

1) Judgment first so you have difficulty deciding how much or if you should continue to drink.
2) Your physical abilities first so you can test your ability to drive.
3) Your automatic responses first so you will continue to breath after you pass out.
4) All parts of your brain and body at the same time.

1) Judgment first so you have difficulty deciding how much or if you should continue to drink.

A flashing red light indicates:

1) To slow and yield to traffic already in the intersection.
2) To stop and proceed only when it is safe.
3) A green light will be appearing soon.
4) It broken so you do not need to pay attention to it.

2) To stop and proceed only when it is safe.

Traction varies with your tire condition, road surface and:

1) Your vehicle type.
2) Your vehicle speed.
3) Your visual search.
4) All of the above are correct.

4) All of the above are correct.

You have the option of making a two-point turn, U-turn or going around the block to reverse your direction. You will likely best minimize your risk by:

1) Making the U-turn.
2) Going around the block.
3) Making the 2-point turn.
4) The risk is likely to be the same for all three options given.

2) Going around the block.

You are about to collide with another vehicle, you should:

1) Throw yourself on the floor of your vehicle and tell your passengers to do the same.
2) Use controlled braking and steer so that you collide with the other vehicle at an angle.
3) Lock your brakes and steer hard to the right side of the roadway.
4) Turn off your engine.

2) Use controlled braking and steer so that you collide with the other vehicle at an angle.

When driving, it is best to place:

1) Your foot in front of the brake and pivot to the accelerator.
2) Your foot in front of the accelerator and pivot to the brake.
3) Both A or B are correct.
4) Neither A nor B is correct.

1) Your foot in front of the brake and pivot to the accelerator.

Drivers who are unaware of the risk involved in driving will:

1) Neither A nor B is correct.
2) Both A and B are correct.
3) All insist that if they were involved in a crash it would not be their fault.
4) Take the action to control obvious risk.

3) All insist that if they were involved in a crash it would not be their fault.

When you are driving with good visibility, good traction and have a safe alternate path of travel available, you should maintain a minimum:

1) 5 second following interval.
2) 4 second following interval.
3) 3 second following interval.
4) 2 second following interval.

3) 3 second following interval.

When you sit upright in the driver’s seat your ability to control your vehicle is:

1) None of the above is correct.
2) Not affected.
3) Increased.
4) Decreased.

3) Increased.

A rear-facing infant child safety seat should be properly secured in:

1) The front seat.
2) The back seat.
3) Any seat that has a seat belt.
4) The cargo area.

2) The back seat.

When you take your mind off the driving, you are:

1) Increasing your risk.
2) Reducing your risk.
3) Not changing your level of risk.
4) Driving safely.

1) Increasing your risk.

Which of the following is the best procedure for making a lane change to the right?

1) Check inside rearview mirror, signal right, check passenger’s side outside mirror and look over your left shoulder for your blind area.
2) Check all sides for a safe gap in traffic, signal right, re-check blind areas to the rear in the direction you plan to move, steer into the lane when safe then cancel the signal.
3) Signal right, check driver’s outside mirror and look over your left shoulder.
4) Signal right, check driver’s outside mirror and look over your right shoulder before moving right.

2) Check all sides for a safe gap in traffic, signal right, re-check blind areas to the rear in the direction you plan to move, steer into the lane when safe then cancel the signal.

When a driver is following you too closely (tailgating) you should give additional space to:

1) Your right.
2) Your left.
3) Both sides of your vehicle.
4) Your front and at least one side.

4) Your front and at least one side.

Under inflated tires will:

1) Not have an effect on fuel economy.
2) Improve fuel economy.
3) Provide a harsher ride.
4) Decrease fuel economy.

4) Decrease fuel economy.

To more efficiently gather information, a driver should search and identify objects and conditions within one of four classifications, including:

1) Roadway, signs, signals and markings, motorized vehicles, motorcycles.
2) Roadway, signs, signals and markings, stop signs, motorized users.
3) Roadway, signs, signals and markings, stop signs, motorized vehicles.
4) Roadway; motorized users, signs, signals and markings, non-motorized users.

4) Roadway; motorized users, signs, signals and markings, non-motorized users.

The fastest way to reach maximum braking capability with, or without, ABS is:

1) Threshold braking.
2) Pumping your brakes.
3) Stabbing your brakes.
4) Skidding.

1) Threshold braking.

In traffic the best way for you to provide an emergency escape path is for you to maintain adequate space to the:

1) Front and one side of your vehicle.
2) Rear of your vehicle.
3) Sides of your vehicle.
4) Front of your vehicle.

1) Front and one side of your vehicle.

When a person is affected by marijuana they will:

1) Still be capable of driving safely.
2) Tend to concentrate on one thing at a time while driving.
3) Be more relaxed and driver better.
4) See better at night.

2) Tend to concentrate on one thing at a time while driving.

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