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1. A distracted driver:
Usually follows the rules of the road.
Usually has slowed perception.
Is a good person to follow.

Distracted drivers perceive hazards on the road more slowly than drivers who are focused, or they do not perceive hazards at all.

2. Parked delivery trucks may be hazardous because:
The trucks are often shiny.
People are often in a hurry when exiting such trucks and may not look for other vehicles.
Packages often fall out of the trucks and into the road.

Passing parked delivery or postal trucks can be dangerous because the driver may be in a hurry and pull into traffic without warning, or may they suddenly step out of the vehicle without checking for other traffic.

3. If trying to correct a drive-wheel braking skid, the driver should:
Engage the emergency brake.

To correct a drive-wheel braking skid, you should first remove pressure from the brake pedal to allow the locked wheels to begin rolling again. Quickly steer in the direction you want to go, then countersteer to prevent your vehicle from skidding in the opposite direction.

4. Rust around wheel nuts may mean:
The nuts are too tight.
The nuts are loose.
The tires should be replaced.

Rust around wheel nuts can indicate that the nuts are loose. If you find rust near the wheel nuts, check their tightness before beginning to drive.

5. When driving at night, you should do all of the following, except:
Make sure you are rested.
Make sure your glasses are clean.
Wear sunglasses.

To ensure that you can see as well as possible, don't wear sunglasses when driving at night. If you wear eyeglasses, make sure they are clean and unscratched. Make sure you are rested and alert before driving at night.

6. How do ice cream trucks become hazardous to other drivers?
Ice cream trucks must be kept cold.
Children often run toward an ice cream truck without looking for other traffic.
Ice cream trucks leave trails of water and ice on the roadway.

Ice cream trucks can create hazardous conditions for other drivers because they attract children. Children often do not notice or pay attention to other vehicles on the roadway when running to or from ice cream trucks.

7. A truck tractor built after March 1, 1997 must be equipped with:
An Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS).
A flag.
Hydraulic brakes.

Truck tractors with air brakes built on or after March 1, 1997 are required to be equipped with Anti-Lock Braking Systems (ABS).

8. When using your turn signal, you should:
Signal before beginning the turn.
Turn the signal off before beginning the turn.
Signal only if vehicles are in front of you.

Always begin signaling well in advance of a turn. This is the best way to ensure that other drivers do not try to pass you. Without using a turn signal, drivers may assume that you are merely slowing down or stopping when you are planning to turn.

9. To prevent a trailer from rolling over while turning, you should:
Decelerate before the turn.
Accelerate before the turn.
Drive in the left lane.

Rollovers happen when an operator turns too fast. Drivers should be sure to slow down before entering turns and curves, especially when pulling a trailer.

10. Hydroplaning happens most often when:
A vehicle is traveling faster than 60 mph.
Tire pressure is too low.
Tire tread is too deep.

Hydroplaning is most likely to occur when driving on wet roads with tire pressure that is too low and tire tread that is too worn. If there is enough water on the road, hydroplaning can occur at speeds as low as 30 mph.

11. When driving a vehicle, rough acceleration is:
Encouraged at slow speeds.
Encouraged at all speeds.
Discouraged at all speeds.

When accelerating, speed up smoothly and gradually so your vehicle does not jerk. Rough acceleration can cause mechanical damage.

12. If there is ice on the front of your side mirror:
You should exit the roadway.
You can expect ice to be on the roadway.
There will not be ice on the roadway.

If your mirrors or wiper blades become icy while you are driving, you can expect the road surface to be icy as well.

13. When parking, you should not use the parking brake if:
The brakes are very hot.
The brakes are very cold.
There is snow on the ground.

If your brakes are hot after coming down a steep grade, you should not use your parking brake when parking. Let your brakes cool before applying the parking brake or risk damaging the brakes.

14. On a curve, the posted speed limit:
Is safe to be driven in any vehicle.
Can still permit a vehicle to tip over.
Is understood to be the minimum legal speed limit.

The posted speed limit on a curve may be safe to be taken by cars, but can still be too fast to be taken by larger vehicles, such as trucks. An operator driving their truck at the posted limit on a curve could cause their vehicle to tip over.

15. Hydroplaning:
Rarely occurs with large trucks.
Usually happens when vehicles are traveling faster than 65 mph.
Can occur with a minimal amount of water on the roadway.

Hydroplaning is an effect in which a vehicle's tires lose traction with the surface of the road and instead glide along a layer of water. There does not have to be a large amount of water on the road for this to occur.

16. ABS allows you to:
Drive faster.
Brake harder.
Stay in control when stopping.

The function of an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) is to help prevent wheel lockup during hard braking. With ABS equipped on your vehicle, you should drive and brake in the same manner that you would without it.

17. If a tire fails, you should:
Use the brakes.
Stay off the brakes.

Braking after a tire fails can result in a loss of control. Stay off your brakes, if possible, until your vehicle has slowed considerably.

18. A lane change:
Should be done quickly.
Should be done slowly.
Should be done with a jerking motion.

Lane changes should be made slowly and smoothly.

19. Black ice is:
Usually thick.
Usually thin.
Not a hazard when driving.

Black ice is a layer of ice that is thin and clear enough for the road to be visible through it. The surface will look like a wet road. Always be alert to black ice if the road looks wet when the temperature is below freezing.

20. Routine vehicle inspections should be done to ensure:
Good gas mileage.

The most important reason to inspect your vehicle is to ensure the safety of yourself and other road users.

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