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36暮らしの情報103.You are driving behind another vehicle. You noticed that the driver is driving with one hand, talking to a passenger. You as a driver:1.Know that you should give the vehicle ahead extra room.2.Know that the driver in the vehicle ahead is reducing his safety margin by being an inattentive driver.3.Know that you should avoid this bad habit.4.All of the above.104.An inattentive driver is a driver who:1.Daydreams or gazes at objects off the roadway while driving.2.Carries on an eye contact conversation with a passenger while driving.3.Restricts his attention to only watching the vehicle ahead.4.All of the above.105.An arrogant driver is a driver who:1.Is purposely in a hurry, competing with other traffic.2.Shows little or no respect for traffic laws, or the right-of-way of others.3.You should try to avoid when driving.4.All of the above.106.Defensive driving is a driving technique in which you as a driver:1.Identify dangerous driving situations and take action to avoid an accident.2.Defend against poor drivers by getting ahead of them in traffic.3.Defend yourself against accidents by following close to the vehicle ahead.4.Defend against accidents by driving your vehicle fast enough to stay ahead of traffic congestion.107.To practice defensive driving you should:1.Be aware of developing traffic situations around you.2.Look well ahead of your vehicle and maintain a proper following distance.3.Have an alternate plan of action ready. (Always leave yourself a way out)4.All of the above.108.Information you need to drive safely is gained primarily by:1.Seeing.3.Following other traffic.2.Talking to yourself.4.Turning on the radio.109.Increasing your vehicle’s speed:1.Increases your field of vision.2.Decreases your field of vision.3.Makes it easier to see cross traffic.4.Has no effect on your field of vision.110.Your physical and mental condition as a driver:1.Are not important.2.Are very important safety factors when driving.3.Have no effect on your driving ability.4.Both 1 and 3 above.111.You notice a vehicle defect that may affect the safe operation of your vehicle. You should:1.Correct the defect as soon as possible.2.Correct the defect when you can afford it.3.Drive the vehicle slower.4.Not carry passengers until the defect is corrected.112.You borrow your friend’s vehicle. You have never driven it before. You should:1.Drive away, all vehicles are similar.2.Don’t show your friend that you are unfamiliar with his vehicle.3.Disregard any obvious defects so as not to embarrass your friend.4.Take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the operation and location of all the vehicle’s equipment.113.When driving to an unfamiliar area you:1.Can depend on road signs to find your way.2.Should plan your trip.3.Only have to know generally where your destination is.4.Should always choose the most direct route.114.Newer vehicles have equipment warning lamps installed on the vehicle’s instrument panel. Which of the following statement is correct.1.Before the engine is started the lamps should all be illuminated when the ignition switch is first turned on.2.No lamps should illuminate until the engine is running.3.The lamps should never illuminate unless there is a malfunction.4.The lamps will only illuminate if the head lamps are turned on.115.Newer vehicles are equipped with a brake warning lamp. This lamp:1.Should come on when the parking brake is released.2.Should not come on when the foot brake pedal is pressed.3.Should never come on.4.Indicates that the brake lights are operational.116.Safety belts are life belts. They:1.Should be worn at all times when driving or riding in a vehicle.2.Should be worn only when driving at high speed.3.Should be worn loosely.4.Need to be worn only if riding in the front seat of the vehicle.117.The seat belt should be adjusted so that it:1.Is loose.2.Is buckled snugly across your hip bones and lower abdomen.3.Is hidden beneath the seat.4.Keeps the seat belt buzzer or light from operating.118.Small children when riding in a vehicle:1.May be safely held by a strong adult.2.Will be safe if standing on the floor in the front or back of an auto.3.Will not be hurt in an accident because they are small.4.Must never be allowed to ride standing on a seat.119.You are late to work and in a hurry. Before you back into the street:1.Honk your horn.2.Check for children and other objects around your car.3.Always race your engine so that pets will get out of the way.4.Check for traffic before getting in the vehicle.120.You are driving forward out of your driveway:1.You must come to a complete stop before crossing the sidewalk area.2.You must slow down before crossing the sidewalk area.3.You have the right of way over pedestrians on a sidewalk area.4.If you honk your horn, you can cross the sidewalk area without stopping.121.You are driving on a multi-lane highway and wish to change lanes. You must signal your intentions:1.Immediately before changing lanes.2.Only when actually changing lanes.3.At least 50 feet before beginning to change lanes.4.At least 100 feet before beginning to change lanes.122.You are driving on a 4-lane highway. A slow moving vehicle is in your lane. Traffic is moderate. Before changing lanes you must:1.Signal your intentions for at least 100 feet.2.Make sure your blind spot is clear.3.Make sure that there is sufficient room in traffic to make the move. (Never violate other traffics’ two second interval)4.All of the above.2016

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