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37暮らしの情報123.Following too closely is listed as the cause of many traffic accidents. To avoid this type of accident, the proper interval for following is:1.Close enough so no one will cut in front of you.2.Found by spacing your vehicle at least 2 seconds behind the vehicle ahead.3.100 feet.4.75 feet.124.You are driving and it begins to rain. You should:1.Drive faster than other traffic.2.Drive at least the speed limit.3.Slow down and allow for weather conditions.4.Drive close behind the vehicle ahead.125.When driving along sharp curves and steep hills of mountain roads you should:1.Always allow an approaching vehicle at least one half of the paved surface.2.Use a lower gear to control speed while going down long steep hills.3.Stay close to the right edge of the road.4.All of the above.126.When you approach a vehicle that has just stopped in a parking position, you should:1.Assume that the driver will open the door as you approach.2.Speed up.3.Slam on your brakes.4.Assume that the driver will wait till you pass before opening his door.127.You are stopped at an intersection and the traffic ahead is stopped. You have a green light. You should:1.Drive into the intersection as far as you can.2.Wait until there is space for your entire vehicle on the opposite side of the intersection before proceeding.3.Honk your horn.4.Drive part way into the intersection.128.Traffic regulations require that you display a turn signal for at least feet before making every turn or lane change.1.50 feet2.75 feet.3.100 feet.4.25 feet.129.Hazard warning signals (4-way flash) are intended to warn other drivers that a vehicle is in a hazardous position on the roadway. The signal should be used when:1.Driving through a tunnel.2.Driving a heavy truck or bus up a hill.3.Performing emergency vehicle maintenance on the road shoulder.4.Both 2 and 3 above.130.When signaling to make a turn or lane change you should:1.Signal only while making the turn or lane change.2.Signal every time you intend to make a turn or lane change.3.Know that after signaling for 100 feet that you have the right to make the turn or lane change.4.All of the above are correct.131.When passing a motorcycle you must:1.Give the motorcyclist the right hand part of his traffic lane.2.Give the motorcyclist his entire traffic lane as if his vehicle were a car.3.Pull to the left just far enough to miss the motorcyclist.4.Not let the motorcyclist know you are going to pass.132.Heavy vehicles have been entering the roadway from a muddy area. You as a driver should:1.Slow down as you approach the area.2.Allow at least twice the following distance behind other vehicles.3.Know that rain will make the area extremely slippery.4.All of the above.133.Hydroplaning occurs when the vehicle’s tires “ride up” on water in the roadway during heavy rains. To prevent hydroplaning you should:1.Insure that the tires on the vehicle have good tread depth.2.Insure that the tires on the vehicle are inflated to the proper pressure.3.Reduce vehicle speed when driving in the rain.4.All of the above are correct.134.You are driving at night and another vehicle is approaching. Your head lamps:1.Should be on high beam.2.Should be on low beam.3.Should be off, use your parking lights.4.May be on either high or low beam.135.You are driving on the entry on ramp of a freeway. You should:1.Drive to the end of the entry on ramp, stop, check for on coming traffic, signal and enter the near lane.2.Stop, check for vehicles in the near lane, speed up on the entry ramp, signal and enter the near lane.3.Check for vehicles in the near lane, adjust speed for approaching vehicles, signal and enter the near lane.4.Always stop before entering the freeway.136.You wish to exit the freeway at this exit. The exit speed shown on the sign is the speed at which you should:1.Slow to before leaving the freeway.2.Slow to while on the freeway exit ramp.3.Never go slower than this speed on the exit ramp.4.Never go faster than this speed anywhere on the exit ramp.137.You wish to exit the freeway but have missed your exit off ramp. You should:1.Back up on the shoulder to get into your exit ramp.2.Turn around on the shoulder and drive on the shoulder to your exit.3.Cut across the grass to your exit.4.Continue driving to the next exit.138.You are driving and have a blow out. You should:1.Slam on your brakes.2.Hold your steering wheel tight, and steer to stop on the shoulder.3.Keep going.4.Turn on your emergency flashers.139.While driving your wheels slip off the road edge. You should:1.Jerk the steering wheel to force the vehicle back onto the pavement.2.Speed up and steer back onto the pavement gradually.3.Slam on your brakes and stop.4.Slow down using the brakes gently, when at a safe speed, turn the steering wheel to return to the pavement.2016

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