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Drivers Ed Chapter 4
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What are the speed limits and how are they different?
25, 35, 50, 55, and 65. The slower ones are for school zones or businesses. Faster ones are for roadways or highways.
When should a driver slow down?
Narrow road, intersection, on a hill, sharp curves, cross walks, or when the road is wet or slippery.
What does the safe corridor law do?
It doubles fines
When can a driver pass another vehicle?
When the line is broken
If there are traffic signals.
When two roads collide and there are no traffic signals.
Buildings, parked vehicles, bushes
When entering a highway....
Speed up and signal left
When exiting a highway....
Slow down and signal right
Explain the proper way to make a left turn
Signal left. Don't cut corners. Don't go to wide.
When can a driver make a turn on red in NJ?
No signs. Come to a complete stop. Check for traffic. Stop for all oncoming traffic.
How far away must you be from a railroad crossing?
How far away must you be from a school bus?
At what speed can you pass a school bus?
When you are behind an (ex.) ice cream truck you should...
Stop. When you start driving do not go more than 15 mph.
What should you do when there is an emergency vehicle behind you?
Move to the right. When they pass stay 300 feet away. Do not park within 200 feet of a fire vehicle.
Headlights should be used....
A half hour before sunrise. A half hour before sundown.
Ex. Stop sign. Speed limit.
Ex. Animals crossing. Construction.
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