Driver's Ed Chapter 2

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Chapter 2 test

yield

to allow another vehicle or roadway user to proceed first

prohibited

forbidden by law

right of way

Privilege of having immediate use of a certain part of a road

emergency vehicle

fire engine, police car, ambulance

pass

go around

lane

a narrow way or road

intersection

the place where one street or road crosses another

obstruction

an obstacle; a barrier; a block

reckless

unconcerned about consequences; without caution; careless

headlamps

a powerful light with reflector in the front of your car

taillights

these lights make your car visible from the rear

posted

published announced informed

speed limit

the fastest rate at which you are allowed to drive

maximum

the largest possible quantity

quantity

amount

minimum

the smallest possible quantity

pedestrian

One who walks

driving conditions

tells you what the road, traffic or weather is like

park

place temporarily

blind spot

Area that mirrors cannot show.

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