- 1 When should you stop your vehicle?
- 2 What is a limit line?
- 3 Should you drive slower than other traffic that is traveling within the speed limit?
- 4 When pulling over onto the shoulder you should slow down?
- 5 Where should you avoid overtaking?
- 6 Who can stop your vehicle?
- 7 What does a stop line look like?
- 8 What is the white line at a stop sign called?
- 9 Do you stop at a stop sign or the white line?
- 10 How many feet do you stop behind a bus?
- 11 What are the three ingredients to safe successful passing?
- 12 What is a reliable way to know when another vehicle is passing you?
- 13 What is recommended when trying to re enter traffic from the shoulder of the freeway?
- 14 How long will it take you to pass a passenger car at 60 mph without oncoming traffic?
- 15 Which of the following is a dangerous situation when passing?
When should you stop your vehicle?
– red traffic light. You must also stop if you’re involved in an incident which causes damage or injury to any other person, vehicle, animal or property.
What is a limit line?
Limit lines are the white lines that appear across the street before an intersection or crosswalk. Wait until the intersection is clear to proceed safely. Crosswalks are marked with broad white or yellow lines across the road. They designate areas where pedestrians may cross the road.
Should you drive slower than other traffic that is traveling within the speed limit?
Yes, it is always safer than driving faster than other traffic. You must drive more slowly than usual when there is heavy traffic or bad weather. However, if you block the normal and reasonable movement of traffic by driving too slowly, you may be cited.
When pulling over onto the shoulder you should slow down?
Slowing down to pull off onto the shoulder puts you at risk for a car crash. Motorists traveling behind you not paying attention could potentially rear-end, side-swipe or hit your vehicle.
Where should you avoid overtaking?
- where the road ahead narrows.
- where there are road junctions or driveways from which a vehicle could pull out in front of you.
- where you cannot see the road ahead to be clear i.e. when approaching a bend, the brow of a hill, a dip in the road or a hump back bridge.
- where traffic is queuing.
Who can stop your vehicle?
7. In case if you are driving without license or permit, police may detain your vehicle. Police may also detain your vehicle if it is not registered.
What does a stop line look like?
A stop line is a wide white line painted across the street. When a crosswalk or limit line is not marked, stop at the corner. Check for traffic before crossing.
What is the white line at a stop sign called?
A: Dothan Public Works Director Charles Metzger said in an email the white line is called the Stop Bar and is placed at a point normally 4 feet from the flow line of the cross street traffic.
Do you stop at a stop sign or the white line?
You should stop at the sign and then proceed to a point where you can see the traffic. Where do you stop if the stop sign is before the white line? Stop before the white line. You should stop within two feet of it, so the bumper does not go over the line.
How many feet do you stop behind a bus?
When a school bus is stopped with its red lights flashing and its stop arm extended, you must stop your vehicle at least 20 feet from the bus. Oncoming traffic and motorists approaching the bus from behind may not move until the stop arm is retracted and the red lights are no longer flashing.
What are the three ingredients to safe successful passing?
Signal your intention. Change lanes and maintain speed. Cancel turn signal.
What is a reliable way to know when another vehicle is passing you?
Explanation: When passing, move completely into the left lane. Before returning to the right lane, signal and look at your interior rearview mirror and make sure you can see the front bumper of the vehicle you just passed.
What is recommended when trying to re enter traffic from the shoulder of the freeway?
If you must enter a freeway lane from the shoulder, follow the steps given below: Give a signal. Don’t enter the lane immediately; this could mean entering into fast moving traffic, possibly causing a collision. Make sure that when entering traffic there is an adequate gap between your vehicle and traffic.
How long will it take you to pass a passenger car at 60 mph without oncoming traffic?
Pass at = 60mph — about 3.375 seconds.
Which of the following is a dangerous situation when passing?
Passing is illegal and unsafe when your line-of-sight is restricted or limited by a curve, hill, or weather conditions, cross-traffic is present, when there is a solid yellow line on your side of the roadway, or a school bus is loading or unloading children.