Drivers Ed Test 2
Terms in this set (59)
What 3 things do you need in the car with you to legally drive?
license, registration, and proof of insurance
The ability to judge the relative the distance between objects
When a person stares
When a person continually looks all around the scene
flying objects that could be a hazard
Anything that causes you to take your eyes off the roadway
Distractions caused by sounds
When you mind is lost in a thought or daydream
Any act that is not specifically related to driving that is preformed
When an event, person, activity, or object draws a drivers attention away from the driving task
A program in which young people help other young people make decisions and determine goals
When a drivers awareness and focus drift to anything other than the driving task
What are 5 peer refusal skills?
walk away, ignore pressure, repeat no, use humor, and avoid situation
An external force that results from peers trying to influence you to do certain things or act in a certain way
An internal force created out of a desire to be accepted
4 thing you need to remember when pulled over by a police officer
stay in the vehicle
keep hands in plain sight of the officer
What 4 penalties could you face for a DUI
A one eye check test, which refers to the involuntary jerking of the eyes as the person gazes to the side
A series of on the spot roadside tests
field sobriety test
When someone can be liable for damages for serving alcohol to a minor or someone already intoxicated
Anyone who operates a vehicle automatically consents to be tested for BAC or other drugs
implied consent law
Establish BAC levels set by the state.
illegal per se law
21 or over the BAC is ______
Under 21, the BAC is _____
When other drugs are combined with alcohol
a drug that speeds up the Central Nervous System
a class of drugs that slows down the CNS
these are unpredictable, mind altering drugs
The amount of alcohol in a persons bloodstream
What can long term use of alcohol lead to
the forces of personality that restrain impulsive behaviors
when a person has a false feeling of well being
an ailment that lasts over a period of years
conditions that cannot be cured or improved
a condition that can improve and clear up
a gas that is colorless, odorless and tasteless
a diagnosed physical or mental impairment that interferes with or prevents normal activity
when objects off to your side become blurred
describes the time your eyes need to regain clear vision after being affected by bright lights
glare recovery time
the ability to continue seeing when looking at bright lights
not being able to see well at night
Not being able to distinguish colors
A narrow field of vision - 140 degrees or less
_______________ vision is the part of your ____________________ vision closest to your ______________ vision.
the area that you can see around you while looking straight ahead
field of vision
ability to see things clearly
is driving without regard for others
driving with the intent to harm others
helps you plan and execute maneuvers, or actions, to reduce hazards.
Zone control system
Sometimes hazards cannot be minimized or separated. When this occurs, you must decide to
reducing the possibility of a conflict or ___
minimize a hazard
The area of space all around your vehicle
is making quick glances to the roadway in front of your vehicle.
glancing continually and quickly around you.
he distance you can see ahead in the direction you are looking.
line of sight
the section of the roadway where the target is located.
The 1st searching range is the
target area range
a process of searching critical areas in a regular sequence.
orderly visual search pattern
The driver, vehicle, and environment contribute to the