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traffic school的试题更新 2009.7

发信人: maxwellzy (tracy), 信区: Automobile
标  题: traffic school的试题更新(2009.7)
发信站: BBS 未名空间站 (Thu Jul 16 20:10:25 2009, 美东)

网址:www.gototrafficschool.com

以前看到有人发以前的gototraffischool的题,今天刚刚做完。

感觉题目有些更新,现在把我做的题目都贴出来,还有每个chapter的之后的练习题,
大家肯定可以轻松过关。这个是打折的code: X22-5M8-C59,大家用这个可以省2刀。

价格可能都差不太多,gototrafficschool稍微便宜些。因为考试不限时,所以大家可
以在线找答案,我也把在线教程download下来了,因为比较大上传不了,大家如果想看
,请把你的邮箱给我,我把教程发给你。

谢谢,祝大家顺利消点!

Status: Pass (Certificate In Process)

Congratulations!

You passed the final exam!

You got 25 questions correct.

Review the Correct Answers
1.  _______ paint on a curb means no stopping, standing, parking, loading,
or unloading.
  A.  White
  B.  Yellow
  C.  Green
D.  Red

2.  When the road gets rough with potholes, bumps, mud clumps, and loose
sand or gravel, you should __________ to

retain control of your vehicle.
A.  slow down
  B.  pull over
  C.  shift to a lower gear
  D.  ride your brakes

3.  When someone tries to pass you, both the law and safety require you to:
  A.  pull over
  B.  maintain your speed and lane position
C.  allow him or her to pass
  D.  accelerate

4.  On a three-lane highway that designates one lane of traffic for each
direction, the middle lane is used for:
  A.  emergency vehicles
  B.  regular through traffic
  C.  parking
D.  vehicles making left turns or passing

5.  If your vehicle begins to overheat while climbing a hill, you should:
  A.  turn on the air conditioning
  B.  shift to a lower gear
C.  turn on the heater
  D.  accelerate

6.  At intersections without marked crosswalks, who has the right-of-way?
  A.  the vehicle on the right
  B.  the vehicle that arrives first
  C.  bicyclists
D.  pedestrians

7.  If you have a green light, it is __________ to enter an intersection if
your way through it is blocked.
  A.  your right
  B.  safe
  C.  to your advantage
D.  against the law

8.  You may drive to the left of a yellow line when:
  A.  overtaking a vehicle that is parked or going slower than your vehicle
  B.  turning left at an intersection or into a driveway or side road
  C.  the right side of the road is closed or obstructed
D.  all of the above

9.  Because children might be playing behind parked vehicles without a
driver’s knowledge, you should make a

practice of:
  A.  honking your horn before driving
  B.  checking your mirrors carefully
  C.  driving slowly through parking lots
D.  walking behind and around your vehicle to check for them

10.  Statistically, the everyday motor vehicle is the number ___ cause of
death among people ages 15-30 in the

United States.
A.  1
  B.  2
  C.  3
  D.  5

11.  Which of the following is a permitted use of your horn?
A.  you reasonably believe safety would be compromised without sounding the
horn
  B.  you need to inform another driver that the traffic light has changed
  C.  you see a friend driving by
  D.  another driver is impeding your path of travel

12.  _________ occurs when a thin film of water builds up between the tires
and pavement and makes steering and

braking practically impossible.
  A.  Velocitation
  B.  Highway hypnosis
C.  Hydroplaning
  D.  Skidding

13.  To prove your identity at the Department of Motor Vehicles, you may
take:
  A.  your tax returns
B.  your birth certificate
  C.  a telephone bill
  D.  your social security card

14.  Diamond lanes are reserved for vehicles with:
  A.  children
  B.  the elderly
C.  two or more people
  D.  four or more people

15.  All new residents of California must have a valid California driver
license within:
  A.  5 working days
  B.  1 week
C.  10 days
  D.  30 days

16.  Ice tends to form in shady areas, as well as:
  A.  on freeways
  B.  on the shoulder of the road
  C.  on railroad crossings
D.  on bridges and overpasses

17.  The Administrative Per Se Law means:
A.  the DMV has the power to suspend or revoke your license based on the
results of alcohol or drug tests taken or

your refusal to take such tests.
  B.  the DMV has the power to confiscate your vehicle based on the results
of alcohol or drug tests taken or your

refusal to take such tests
  C.  you have the right to speak to an attorney before submitting to an
alcohol or drug test
  D.  you can be arrested and put in jail based on the results of alcohol or
drug tests taken or your refusal to

take such tests.

18.  In which of the following situations should you refrain from passing
another vehicle?
  A.  the driver is slowing down and/or indicating a right turn
  B.  the driver is looking at street signs
  C.  the driver is traveling at or close to the speed limit
D.  all of the above

19.  Which of the following is an unsafe area to drive?
  A.  in another vehicle's blind spot
  B.  side-by-side another vehicle
  C.  in clusters of vehicles
D.  all of the above

20.  _________ indicate the center of a two-way road used for two-way
traffic.
  A.  White lines
  B.  Medians
  C.  Orange cones
D.  Yellow lines

21.  ____________ are the most frequent victims of collisions between
vehicles and pedestrians.
  A.  The handicapped
  B.  Women
  C.  Children
D.  The elderly

22.  A Class ____ license allows you to ride any motor bike.
  A.  C
  B.  MC
C.  M1
  D.  2

23.  You are NOT allowed to make U-turns:
  A.  on two-way streets
  B.  from left turn lanes
C.  in front of fire stations
  D.  unless a sign permits it

24.  ______________ is an extra lane that permits a vehicle to reach freeway
speeds.
A.  An acceleration lane
  B.  A shoulder
  C.  A carpool lane
  D.  A passing lane

25.  Implied consent means that drivers agree in advance to take a blood
alcohol concentration test:
  A.  only if ordered by a judge
  B.  only on the advice of an attorney
  C.  if an accident has occurred
D.  whenever they drive in California



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1. Because children might be playing behind parked vehicles without a
driver’s knowledge, you should make a practice of:

A. honking your horn before driving
B. checking your mirrors carefully
C. driving slowly through parking lots

D. walking behind and around your vehicle to check for them


2. Implied consent means that drivers agree in advance to take a blood
alcohol concentration test:

A. only if ordered by a judge
B. only on the advice of an attorney
C. if an accident has occurred

D. whenever they drive in California

3. Who are the most frequent victims of collisions between vehicles
and pedestrians?

A. The elderly
B. Women
C. Teenagers
D. The handicapped

4. To avoid highway hypnosis, you should:
A. get plenty of sleep before driving long distances
B. open the window to allow fresh air into the vehicle
C. take frequent breaks

D. all of the above


5. When backing up, keep your foot __________ while you shift your
vehicle into reverse gear.


A. on the brake
B. on the accelerator
C. on the floorboard
D. none of the above


6. To prove your identity at the Department of Motor Vehicles, you may take:

A. your tax returns

B. your birth certificate
C. a telephone bill
D. your high school diploma


7. _______ paint on a curb means no stopping, standing, parking,
loading, or unloading.

A. White
B. blue
C. Green

D. Red


8. When the road gets rough with potholes, bumps, mud clumps, and
loose sand or gravel, you should __________ to retain control of your
vehicle.


A. slow down
B. pull over
C. shift to a lower gear
D. ride your brakes

9. When driving in fog, you should:

A. use your low-beam headlights
B. use your high-beam headlights
C. use your parking lights
D. accelerate

10. When you see animals on the road, you should:
A. honk your horn
B. flash your headlights

C. slow down and be prepared to stop
D. accelerate

11. In which of the following situations should you refrain from
passing another vehicle?
A. the driver is slowing down and/or indicating a right turn
B. the driver is looking at street signs
C. the driver is traveling at or close to the speed limit

D. all of the above

12. On a three-lane highway that designates one lane of traffic for

each direction, the middle lane is used for:

A. emergency vehicles
B. regular through traffic
C. parking

D. vehicles making left turns or passing

13. After completing your pass, you should return to your lane:

A. when you can see both headlights of the vehicle you just passed in
your rearview mirror
B. as soon as possible
C. when you are one car-length ahead of the vehicle you just passed
D. when you see oncoming vehicles approaching

14. You may drive to the left of a yellow line when:
A. overtaking a vehicle that is parked or going slower than your vehicle
B. turning left at an intersection or into a driveway or side road
C. the right side of the road is closed or obstructed

D. all of the above

15. Which of the following is an unsafe area to drive?
A. in another vehicle's blind spot
B. side-by-side another vehicle
C. in clusters of vehicles

D. all of the above

16. Two problems you may encounter while driving at high altitudes are
overheating and:

A. vapor lock
B. headlight failure
C. loss of power steering
D. stuck accelerator

17. A truck takes ________ to accelerate and brake than does a car.
A. less time
B. the same amount of time

C. more time
D. almost as much time

18. When a thin film of water builds up between the tires and
pavement, ___________ occurs, making steering and braking practically
impossible.
A. Velocitation
B. Highway hypnosis

C. Hydroplaning
D. Skidding

19. An extra lane that permits a vehicle to reach freeway speeds is called:

A. An acceleration lane
B. A shoulder
C. A carpool lane
D. A passing lane

20. At an uncontrolled four-way intersection, if two or more vehicles

arrive at the same time, __________ has the right-of-way.

A. neither driver
B. the driver to the left

C. the driver to the right
D. both drivers

21. Parking areas for the disabled are painted _________.
A. White
B. Yellow
C. Green

D. Blue

22. Which of the following is a permitted use of your horn?

A. you reasonably believe safety would be compromised without sounding the
horn
B. you need to inform another driver that the traffic light has changed
C. you see a friend driving by
D. another driver is impeding your path of travel

23. The Administrative Per Se Law means:

A. the DMV has the power to suspend or revoke your license based on

the results of alcohol or drug tests taken or your refusal to take
such tests.

B. the DMV has the power to confiscate your vehicle based on the

results of alcohol or drug tests taken or your refusal to take such
tests

C. you have the right to speak to an attorney before submitting to an
alcohol or drug test
D. you can be arrested and put in jail based on the results of alcohol
or drug tests taken or your refusal to take such tests.

24. Diamond lanes are reserved for vehicles with:
A. children
B. the elderly

C. two or more people
D. four or more people

25. The higher the speed, the __________ a driver has to react to any hazard.
A. more time

B. less time
C. more space
D. none of the above

26. At intersections without marked crosswalks, who has the right-of-way?

A. pedestrians
B. the vehicle that arrives first
C. bicyclists
D. the vehicle on the right

27. The DMV will refuse to issue or reissue a driver's license in the
event that any of the following applies to an applicant:
A. Has a history of alcohol or drug abuse
B. Has used the license illegally
C. Has lied on the application

D. All of the above

28. If one of your front tires blows out, the first thing you should do is:

A. hold the steering wheel firmly on a straight course
B. engage your emergency brake
C. turn on your emergency flashers
D. shift to a lower gear

29. You are NOT allowed to make U-turns:
A. on two-way streets
B. from left turn lanes

C. on one-way streets
D. unless a sign permits it


30. California law requires those under ___________ to wear a properly
fitted and fastened bicycle helmet while operating a bicycle or riding
on one as a passenger.

A. 3 years of age

B. 18 years of age
C. 21 years of age
D. 30 years of age

31. When someone tries to pass you, both the law and safety require you to:
A. pull over
B. stop

C. allow him or her to pass
D. accelerate

32. School buses with red lights flashing mean:
A. you should slow down
B. pass with caution

C. you may not pass
D. none of the above

33. Statistically, the everyday motor vehicle is the number ___ cause

of death among people ages 15-30 in the United States.


A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 5

34. Which of the following is a way to avoid provoking angry drivers?
A. Don't tailgate
B. Use your horn for emergencies only
C. Avoid eye contact with an angry driver

D. All of the above

35. The Basic Speed Law:
A. establishes a 55 mph speed limit.
B. provides the minimum speed limits for vehicles.
C. allows drivers to drive at any speed they reasonably believe to be
safe under the circumstances.

D. requires that drivers reduce their speed if driving conditions make
it unsafe to follow posted speed limits.

36. The high accident rate of large trucks is caused in large part by ______
__.

A. fatigue
B. speeding
C. weather conditions
D. equipment malfunctions

37. Large trucks take _________ to stop than other vehicles traveling
at the same speed.

A. a longer time
B. a shorter time
C. the same amount of time
D. very little time

38. The center of a two-way road used for two-way traffic is marked with:
A. White lines
B. Medians
C. Orange cones

D. Yellow lines

39. _______ of all wrecks occur within 25 miles of home.
A. 10%

B. Half
C. 90%
D. 95%

40. Placing your foot over the brake so that you can brake in less

time is called ________ the brake.

A. monitoring

B. covering
C. pumping
D. tapping

41. The majority of pedestrian fatalities occur:
A. when cars drive onto the sidewalk
B. in cross-walks

C. when a pedestrian suddenly runs across the path of a vehicle
D. in parking lots

42. It is legal to carry an open (unsealed) container of alcohol in
your vehicle if:
A. it is in the back seat
B. it is in the glove compartment

C. it is in the trunk
D. all of the above

43. Do not reverse around a corner when your visibility is limited or
blocked:
A. unless you are being very careful
B. at night

C. unless you have someone else directing you
D. if pedestrians are present

44. Two-lane, undivided highways have a speed limit of ______.
A. 25 mph
B. 35 mph

C. 55 mph
D. 75 mph

45. If your vehicle stalls in the middle of the roadway, the first

thing you should do is:

A. turn on your headlights

B. move off the roadway as quickly as possible
C. immediately call for help
D. try to get someone to assist you

46. Headlights should be switched on by law no later than:
A. 6:00 p.m.
B. sunrise
C. 3:00 p.m.

D. 30 minutes after sunset

47. Revocation of a license occurs when a driver:
A. Violates the terms of his or her probation for a fourth time
B. Is convicted of reckless driving that injures another
C. Is convicted of a hit-and-run

D. All of the above

48. When an intersection is blocked, it is __________ to enter the
intersection even if you have a green light.

A. against the law
B. safe
C. to your advantage
D. your right

49. Liability insurance protects you against:
A. claims from an uninsured motorist
B. claims if you are not at fault in a collision

C. claims if you are at fault in a collision.
D. all of the above

50. When traveling near school zones where children are outside or
crossing the street, the speed limit is:
A. 10 mph

B. 25 mph
C. 35 mph
D. 40 mph

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