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Chapter 3: basic driving skills

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1. The maximum speed in an alley, unless otherwise posted, is:

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2. Flares, fuses, or reflectors are:

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3. When negotiating a curve in the road, the proper procedure is to?

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4. A passing lane has just opened up on a long narrow stretch of highway. The truck is traveling very slowly. The driver of the truck should:

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5. An appropriate gear for entering a curve is:

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6. Your danger zone increases when:

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7. When making a right hand turn how far into an intersection does a bus driver proceed before turning?

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8. A governor is:

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9. Which dashboard gauge should be used to help you decide when to change gears?

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10. You are operating a vehicle whose peak engine torque is at 1,500 r.p.m. and whose peak horsepower is at 2,000 r.p.m. When employing the standard r.p.m. split to shift gears, you should:

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11. When driving in snowy or icy conditions, you should:

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12. When parking on a downgrade, you should:

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13. Which of the following does NOT decrease a danger zone?

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14. Large vehicles traveling at high speeds create air turbulence in which of the following areas:

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15. A large vehicle has blind spots:

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16. Which of the following is NOT a reason that a vehicle may spin out of control?

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17. To avoid fires, you should:

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18. When crossing railroad tracks, you:

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19. Adjusting your head restraint so that it is at least level with the top of your ears is:

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20. You can be charged under the Criminal Code of Canada or British Columbia's Motor Vehicle Act if:

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21. When attempting to fight a fire in your vehicle, you should:

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22. When backing up in a large vehicle, you should:

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23. A humpback railway crossing is:

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24. When turning a corner in a large vehicle, you should:

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25. Peak torque is:

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26. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of a construction zone?

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27. Drivers who are exempt from wearing seatbelts are:

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28. Wheelbase is:

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29. If you attempt to drive faster than the traffic flow:

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30. If you are convicted of causing a crash while you were driving impaired by alcohol or drugs, you may face which of the following consequences?

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31. Impaired driving can be caused by:

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32. When refueling, you should:

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33. Which types of commercial vehicles are required to carry fire extinguishers?

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34. When being passed by other vehicles you should?

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35. When negotiating a curve, you should:

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36. The position of your front wheels while negotiating a curve should be:

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37. If you reduce a tire's air pressure when it is warm, you:

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38. Uncontrolled main railway crossings don’t include:

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39. You should switch your high beams to low beams at what distance from another vehicle?

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40. In all cases,

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41. When entering a roundabout or traffic circle, you must yield to?

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42. Lugging occurs when:

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43. When turning right in a vehicle with a lot of off track, you may have to:

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44. The turning radius for a vehicle is:

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45. Tread damage longer than 2.5 centimetres may mean:

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46. When you stop for a railway crossing listen for any approaching trains — opening .......... will help you hear better

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47. What does this sign mean near a roundabout?

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48. Which forces are at work as you drive around a curve:

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49. Every motor vehicle must be equipped with how many braking systems?

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50. When pulling out from an alley, you must:

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51. When entering a narrow bridge from a curve, you should:

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52. By correctly using a lap belt and shoulder belt system, the chance of death is estimated to decrease by

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53. A controlled railway crossing may have:

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54. Torque is:

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55. In gasoline-powered vehicles not equipped with a governor, you should:

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56. Railway crossings can be dangerous in rural areas because:

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57. What two factors determine the sharpness of your large vehicle’s turn?

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58. It is important to leave yourself an escape route while driving so that?

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59. You should never run your engine in a closed garage because:

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60. Steering control may be reduced when:

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61. Which method should you use to shift gears in a large vehicle?

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62. if a crash occurs while you are backing up in a large vehicle:

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63. When driving at night you should:

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64. Which vehicles are required to stop at uncontrolled main railway crossings?

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65. Before you cross a railway line, check that the track is clear far enough to give you at least ..... to cross

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66. When shifting the transmission progressively, you should:

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67. When approaching an intersection, you should:

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68. When driving a large commercial vehicle on the highway, you must leave how much space between your vehicle and other large commercial vehicles?

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69. A mixture of different-sized tires can:

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70. When approaching an intersection and you see an activity that could potentially become a hazard, the proper response is?

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71. Which of the following are true about a humpback railway crossing?

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72. Your vehicle should be operated at:

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73. In order to drive defensively, you should:

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74. If your vehicle becomes disabled, you should:

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75. When parking a single unit vehicle on an upgrade and there is no curb, you should:

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76. Stop ..... from the railway crossing.

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77. Off track is:

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78. A red triangle Slow Moving Vehicle sign should be placed on any vehicle that travels at less than:

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79. When can flashing amber lights be mounted on a vehicle?

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80. Air bags are:

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81. A danger zone is defined as?

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82. Idling for longer than five minutes can:

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83. Which vehicles are required to carry warning devices for use in the event that the vehicle becomes disabled?

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84. What vehicle types are required to carry road flares or pylons in case the vehicle is disabled on the side of the road?

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85. When should tire pressure be checked and adjusted?

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86. When crossing railroad tracks, the danger is increased if:

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87. Which sentence is NOT correct?

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88. When a tire is underinflated it:

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89. Horsepower is:

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90. When backing up using a guide you should:

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91. Tires which are overinflated or underinflated can cause:

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92. The way in which a vehicle can be maneuvered is dependent on:

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