Blood Alcohol Content
What does B.A.C. stand for?
What is the B.A.C for 21 years and older?
What is the B.A.C. for under 21 years old?
Red and White/Black and White
What color signs state the law?
Green and white
If you are lost what color sign might help you?
Posted Speed limit
What is the Absolute speed law?
Safe speed for conditions
What is the Basic speed law?
Mirror, Blinker, Mirror, Blind Spot, Move, Blinker off
6 steps to lane change:
First available legal lane
What does F.A.L.L. stand for?
Car hits object, body hits belt, organs hit ribcage/skull
What are the 3 body impacts of a collision?
If you double the speed of your vehicle the kinetic energy of your car increases __ times.
What is the most trucks can legally weigh in Michigan?
3,000 to 5,000 miles
How many miles between each oil change?
Antilock brake system
What does ABS stand for?
Electronic Stability Program
What does ESP stand for?
Self imposed anxieties
The only reason driver is stressed is because they put theirself in the situation
Operator drives in a hurry
Driver acts out against another driver
Driver uses vehicle to strike another driver
For a novice driver, most crashes happen in the first ___ months
In 40% of fatal teen crashes, the car was over ___ years old.
A majority of teen crashes happen on ___ roads.
A majority of teen crashes happen in the _______.
Friday and Saturday
A majority of teen crashes happen on these 2 days.
June, July, September
A majority of teen crashes happen in these 3 months.
Scanning and Predicting
Most teen collisions are a result of impropper__________. This is often a result of distractions and lack of experience.
An act made by a driver that causes conflict with another road user.
A mistake or irrational act causes a driver to use a sudden evasive maneuver to just miss another vehicle.
A crash involving an injury or fatality
Part of car other than the passenger compartment designed to absorb the energy of a collision.
Energy=Mass X Velocity X Velocity. Velocity counts twice in the energy formula.
As speed doubles, destructive power in a crash and braking distances
A safety belt restaining a passenger in a crash
Irrational Act (applies)
An engineer builds a banked curve
Kinetic Energy (applies)
A driver allows extra stopping distance at high speeds
A driver uses his accelerator
If a vehicle is approaching from the side, and impact looks imminent, speeding up or slowing down may help you avoid the crash
Voluntarily entering a source of danger; percent chance that something bad might happen
A mechanic will charge about_____
To own a car, it will cost about $600 a month.
It costs about $50 dollars to fill up a tank of gas
I should rotate my tires about every 6,000 miles
I should change my air filter every 10,000 miles.
I should change my oil every ____ miles
Rubbernecking (gawking at something)
An in car distraction that may lead to a collision