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1. Speed limits indicate the fastest speed you may drive under __________ conditions. Ideal 2.

You can receive a traffic ticket for going too slow. True 3. In a vehicle equipped with Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS), pumping the brake will __________ Disengage or turn off the ABS 4. Which of the following statements is true? A. You must always stop if you are moving in the same direction as a school bus and you must remain stopped until the bus stop signal is withdrawn. B. If the highway is divided by a raised barrier or an unpaved median at least five feet wide, you do not have to stop for a school bus traveling in the opposite direction. C. On a two way street or highway, all drivers moving in either direction must stop for a stopped school bus which is picking up or dropping off children and remain stopped until all children are clear of the roadway and the bus signal is withdrawn. D. all of the above 5. Your tires should have visible tread of at least __________/32 of an inch across the base with no worn spots showing the ply. 2 6. __________ lines are used to separate lanes of traffic moving in opposite directions. Yellow 7. If turning properly, the driver in this image should turn into __________ the lane closest to the lane from which he or she came. 8. Which of the following statements is true? To avoid crashes, think about what might happen; if there are children playing by the road, plan what you will do if one runs or rides into the street. 9. The blind spots that cant be seen without glancing over your shoulder are indicated by the __________ in this image. gray zones 10. If you experience wet brakes, __________ brakes may pull to one side or may not hold at all 11. The intersection shown in this image is known as a __________ roundabout. 12. The risk of death is five times greater if you __________ in a crash. are thrown from a vehicle 13. More than half of the crashes that cause injury or death happen at speeds less than __________ MPH and within 25 miles from home. 40 14. On a __________, it takes three to five seconds longer to pass a truck than it does to pass another car. level highway 15. Which of the following points about driving in a roundabout is false? A. Always signal going in and out of a roundabout. B. Roundabouts run clockwise, always enter the roundabout to your left. C. Always yield to pedestrians. D. Always yield to the traffic that is already in the roundabout. 16. . If a passenger under the age of 18 years of age is not wearing a seat belt, the __________ will be charged with the violation.

driver 17. When there is a bike lane at an intersection, __________ A. signal your turn prior to crossing through the bike lane at the dashed striping. B. yield to any bicyclist. C. you may enter the bike lane at the intersection or driveway after first checking to make sure that no bicyclists are present if there is no right turn lane. D. all of the above 18. You may not have on or in your vehicle: __________ red or blue emergency lights, which are for emergency and law enforcement vehicles only. 19. Your vehicle must have a horn which can be heard from a distance of __________ feet. 200 20. __________ lines are used to separate lanes of traffic moving in the same direction. White

Florida Road Rules Prep Course

Number Correct: 31 | Number Incorrect: 3 | Questions to go: 6 Correct! press "Next Question" to continue. Explanation: Turn Signals and Emergency Signals You must use hand signals or directional signals to show that you are about to turn. Turn signals are required when changing lanes or overtaking a vehicle. It is against the law to use your directional signals to tell drivers behind you that they can pass. Four-way emergency flashers should only be used while your vehicle is legally stopped or disabled on the highway or shoulder. 21.