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38暮らしの情報140.You are driving on a busy street and your vehicle’s accelerator sticks open. You should:1.Blow your horn.2.Slam on your brakes.3.Turn on your hazard warning lamps.4.Turn off your ignition, taking care not to engage the steering wheel locking mechanism.141.You are driving and suddenly your power steering is gone. You should:1.Honk the horn and turn off the ignition.2.Turn on your hazard warning lights and brace yourself.3.Work hard to steer, reduce speed, drive to a safe area and stop.4.Slam on your brakes.142.When you are driving you should give heavy trucks and buses extra room because:1.Trucks can stop in a shorter distance than cars.2.Trucks require more room to maneuver than cars.3.Trucks require a greater distance to stop than cars.4.Both 2 and 3 above.143.You wish to drive a heavy truck in Hawaii. You must:1.Be at least 21 years old.2.Have a valid driver’s license for the category of vehicle you wish to drive.3.Have no special qualifications.4.Drive the truck only on truck routes.144.When you drive a heavy truck or bus on the highway you:1.Have the added responsibility to give the proper consideration to other highway users.2.Are larger and can use that extra size to your advantage in traffic.3.Can expect smaller vehicles to stay out of your way.4.Are responsible only for your truck and its cargo.145.When driving directly behind a heavy truck or bus extra caution must be taken because:1.The heavy truck or bus driver may not be able to see you.2.Your forward visibility is blocked by the truck or bus.3.Both 1 and 2 above.4.None of the above.146.When changing lanes or at intersections near heavy trucks other drivers and highway users must make allowances for:1.The increased stopping distance required by large vehicles.2.The decreased stopping distance required by large vehicles.3.The increased noise made by larger vehicles.4.The increased speed of larger vehicles.147.You are driving up a hill and are approaching a heavy truck from the rear. You should know:1.That the truck may be traveling at a speed slower than the posted speed limit.2.That you may not be able to safely pass the truck.3.That you may not be able to legally pass the truck.4.All of the above are correct.148.You are driving down a hill and notice a heavy vehicle approaching from behind. You should:1.Pay no attention as heavy vehicles always speed down hills.2.Know that you have the right of way and it is the truck driver’s responsibility to miss you.3.Know that you may have to move out of the heavy vehicle’s way.4.Drive on the right side of the highway and slow down.149.When passing a large vehicle a driver of a small vehicle must be prepared for:1.A loud noise.3.Wind gusts produced by the large vehicle.2.Excess air pollution.4.Falling vehicle parts.150.When towing a trailer large enough to obstruct your inside rear-view mirror, you are required to:1.Have an outside rear-view mirror installed on the driver’s side of your vehicle.2.Have an outside rear-view mirror installed on the side of your vehicle opposite of the driver.3.Have outside rear-view mirror installed on both sides of your vehicle.4.Have a person in the vehicle to clear you for right turns.151.When towing a loaded trailer the weight of which is more than one-half of the towing vehicle’s weight, or is 3,000 pounds or more, the trailer must be equipped with:1.Brakes.3.Hub caps.2.Breakaway protection.4.Brakes and breakaway protection.152.When towing a trailer or a house trailer, you should always:1.Have someone ride in the trailer to keep the load steady.2.Allow only adults to ride in the trailer.3.Never allow anyone to ride in the trailer.4.Allow persons to ride in house trailers only.153.When towing a trailer you must make sure that:1.The trailer has a safety chain which is securely attached to the trailer hitch.2.The trailer has a safety chain which is securely attached to the vehicle’s bumper.3.The trailer has a safety chain which is securely attached to the frame of the towing vehicle.4.The trailer hitch is equipped with a fail safe latch.154.When towing a trailer load it is important to insure that the trailer’s load is properly balanced. About to percent of the total trailer weight should be on the vehicle’s trailer hitch.1.5 to 10.3.10 to 15.2.15 to 20.4.20 to 25.155.When towing a trailer you must insure that it is equipped with:1.Wheels properly mounted and lubricated and covered with fenders or mud guards.2.Good tires properly inflated.3.Tail, stop, turn signal, license plate and if required, side marker lamps and reflectors.4.All of the above.156.You are involved in an accident. You should:1.Stop immediately.3.Call the police.2.Help the injured.4.All of the above.157.You are involved in an accident and your vehicle is blocking traffic. You should:1.If possible move your vehicle off the traveled portion of the roadway.2.Not move your vehicle under any circumstances.3.Wait until the police arrive before you move your vehicle.4.None of the above.158.You are involved in an accident and another person is injured. You should:1.Move the injured away from the scene immediately.2.Always leave the injured where they are.3.Do not move the injured unnecessarily, keep the injured warm and administer first aid.4.Stay away from the injured.2016

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