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many states require drivers to stay in this lane for normal driving on multilane highways
the distance your car travels during the time it takes you to identify, predict, and decide to slow for a hazard is your ..... distance
the distance from the point you first see a hazard to the point where your vehicle stops is your ....... ....... distance
the length of time it takes you to identify, predict, and decide to slow for a hazard
the length of time you take to execute your action after you know a hazard will be a problem
the distance your vehicle travels from the time you apply the brake until the vehicle stops
3-5 seconds before making any change in directions, communicate your intentions with _____ - signal lights
to choose to change speed or direction or to communicate to others to avoid a traffic is to ____
an orderly ____ search pattern is a process of searching critical areas in a regular sequence
if you can drive without restriction to your line of sight or to your intended path of travel, the zone is ____
the 4-6 second range is where you get the final update of how you are controlling you intended _________ of travel
high beam headlights
using these in snow, heavy rain, or fag causes more light to reflect back into your eyes and you will see less
rocking the vehicle
when your vehicle is stuck in deep snow, mud, or sand, you can usually loosen the wheels by doing this
not only do you see less during this, but you are tired and some other drivers might have been drinking
bright sunlight in the early morning or late afternoon can create __________ problems for you and other drivers
scientists have developed this system to help drivers maintain control of their vehicles
_________ headlights means driving at a speed that makes your stopping distance longer than the distance lighted by your headlights
vehicle tires riding on the surface of the water rather than gripping the road is known as ____
the technique of applying your brakes to slow or stop quickly without locking your wheels is called _____ braking
1) aim high in steering 2)get the big picture 3) leave yourself an out 4) make sure others see you 5) keep your eyes moving
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