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Driver's Ed Chapter 2

Chapter 2 test
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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.