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Drive Right Chapter 4

chapter 4 test questions
Risk factors contributed by the roadway and the environment might include
construction, sharp curve, snow, and ice
The driving task is primarily a
thinking task
When you apply the IPDE Process, you may decide to
change speed, change direction, or communicate with others
How many zones of space surrounding your vehicle are incorporated in the Zone Control System?
A closed zone means
a spaces not open to you because of a restriction in your line of sight or intended path of travel
How many searching ranges need to be evaluated in your path of travel?
The process of searching critical areas of the traffic environment in a regular sequence is called
an orderly visual pattern
You should practice your orderly visual pattern
as a passenger in a vehicle
When you look far ahead as you drive, you are
learning about farsightedness
Scanning means to
glance quickly and continually
Searching for specific driving related clues
is different in different environments
As you drive on a residential street, you spot the following clues: a parked vehicle with front wheels turned toward the street and a person sitting behind the wheel. You should
predict that the vehicle may enter your path
When you identify that a roadway is narrowing from a multilane to a single lane, you should
move into the through lane as soon as possible
When you use the predict step in the IPDE Process, you
judge where possible points of conflict may occur
Making driving judgments involves
measuring, comparing, and evaluating a traffic situation
How can you prepare yourself to deal with the worst possible actions of other HTS users?
Assume others will make mistakes