Drivers Ed Chapters 1,2,3, and 4

  1. Under the GDL law who is required to wear a seatbelt?
    Everyone in the car must wear a seatbelt
  2. Who is responsible for passengers in the car to wear their seatbelts?
    The permit/probationary license holder is responsible
  3. A supervised driver who is supervising a driver that is under 21 years of age must have what 3 requirements?
    • -3 years of driving
    • -NJ license
    • -Must be 21 or older
  4. A holder of a GDL Special Learner's Permit or Examination who is under 21 must meet what requirements before getting their probationary License?
    • 17 years or older
    • Knowledge/Vision Test
    • 6 hours behind the wheel (or 6 months for exam permit)
    • Pass Road Test
  5. How do you obtain a Sepcial Learner's Permit?
    • Be at least 16
    • Consent of a parent or guardian
    • 6 hours behind the wheel
    • Pass the Knowledge/Vision Test
  6. A holder of a GDL permit (who is under 21 years old) CAN drive between what times?
    5:01 AM and 11:00 PM
  7. A holder of a GDL permit (who is under 21 years old) CAN NOT drive between what times?
    11:01 PM and 5:00 AM
  8. What is the fine for not following the restriction laws placed under GDL?
  9. When under the GDL program, after you pass your road test, how long must you drive with the probationary license before getting your basic driver's license?
    1 year
  10. The used for the road test must have what?
    emergency brake in the middle
  11. What are the GDL restrictions for the amount of passengers for a driver with a Probationary License who is under 21 Years old?
    You can only have one passenger unless the driver is accompanied by a parent, guardian, or child
  12. When driving under the GDL with a permit or probationary lincese you are not permitted the use of what?
    Hands on or Hands free devices
  13. A motorist under the GDL program with an Examination Permit must meet which requirements before receiving their probationary license?
    • must practice at least 6 months of driving
    • pass road test
  14. Before a motorist can start driving when they turn 16 they must show what?
    • At least 1 primary document
    • At least 1 secondary document
    • At least 6 points of ID
    • Proof of Address
  15. When is a holder of a probationary license who is under 21 years old allowed to drive by him or herself?
    After they pass the road test
  16. The required passing grade for the knowledge test is what?
  17. For the vision exam a motorist must have at least ____ vision.
    20/50 vision
  18. A motorist under the GDL who is under 21 years of age must display _______. They must display them on the ______ and _____ in the ______.
    • Red Decals
    • Front 
    • Back
    • Top Left Hand Corner
  19. Does a driver receiving their special learner's permit need parent/guardian consent?
  20. Seatbelts can save a life and improve a motorist's chances of surviving a crash by ____.
  21. A motorist ____ years of age or older sitting in the rear is responsible for wearing a seatbelt and can receive a fine if they do not have it on.
  22. What belts should always be used?
    Shoulder and Lap belts
  23. How do seatbelts help you when coming to a sudden stop or getting into a crash?
    They keep motorists and passengers from being thrown from the vehicle

    Slows the body down with the vehicle

    Keeps the motorist from sliding in their seat
  24. A child safety seat should be placed in the ____ seat.
    Rear seat
  25. The Child _____ Safety Law requires children up to age ______ and ______ pounds to ride in a federally approved ______ in the ______ seat of the vehicle.
    • Passenger
    • 8
    • 80
    • boosterseat
    • rear
  26. Air bags inflate at speeds up to _____ mph to protect adults in front-end collisions.
  27. Chilren age ____ and under should sit in the back seat of the vehicle.
  28. State law requires a motorist to remove______ and ______ from a vehicle before driving.
    Snow and Ice
  29. Idling your vehicle is only allowed for up to ____ minutes or less
  30. The fines for violating the law against idling your car range up from ____ to ____
    250 to 1,000
  31. Your hands must be placed at ____ and ____ on the steering wheel.
    10 and 3
  32. _____ steering is used when steering around curves and entering/exiting an intersection
    Hand over Hand
  33. What is the braking distance for 20 mph?
    25 ft
  34. What is the braking distance for 40 mph?
    105 ft
  35. What is the braking distance for 60 mph
    300 ft
  36. What is the hand signal used to make a left turn, right turn, or stopping/slowing down when your blinker isn't working?
    • Arm Straight out the window
    • Your Arm up
    • Your Arm Down
  37. When do you used driving signals?
    • Turning
    • Changing lanes
    • Stopping
    • Slowing Down
  38. You must signal _____ ft before making a turn.
  39. When parking downhill on a street with a curb, the wheels should be_____
    turned towards the curb
  40. When parking uphill on a street with a curb the wheels should be
    Away from the curb
  41. What is the most common type of parking used in the city?
    Parallel parking
  42. What is the speed limit for a business or residential district?
    25 mph
  43. What is the speed limit for a school zone
    25 mph
  44. The speed limit on state highways can range from ___ to ____
    55 to 65 mph
  45. What is the Safe Corridors Program?
    This law doubles fines on various state highways for a variety of driving defenses in order to imrpove highway safety
  46. When is a vehicle permitted to pass? Which types of lines can  a vehicle pass?
    When the dotted lines are on the side of your vehicle
  47. When can a vehicle pass on the right?
    When the dotted lines are on that side of the vehicle
  48. When travelling down a multi-lane roadway a vehiccle should _____right and _____ left.
    • Drive
    • Turn
  49. A motorist is required to yield the right of way for:
    • Emergency vehicles
    • buses
    • postal vehicles
    • motorized or mobility- assistanced devices
    • vehicles at intersection
  50. Pedestrian safety is a ____
    Shared responsibility
  51. What is the penalty for a motorist who does not stop for a pedestrian in a crosswalk?
    • $500 fine
    • 25 days in jail
    • community service
    • 2 points
    • driving suspension of up to 6 months
  52. What are the four types of intersections?
    • Controlled
    • Uncontrolled
    • Blind
    • Traffic Circle
  53. What type of intersection is this?:
    Traffic Signals, Signs, or controlled by cops
  54. What type of intersection is this?:
    2 or more roads join and there is no signal or regulatory device
  55. What type of intersection is this?:
    Buildings, parked vehicles, or trees
  56. When motorists come to a multi-way stop at the same time which motorist has the right-of-way?
    Person on your right
  57. An Acceleration lane is used to ____
    join the flow of traffic
  58. a deceleration lane is used to____
    exit a  highway
  59. what should you do if you miss your exit on an expressway?
    Go to the next exit
  60. A weave lane is both a _____ and a _____ expressway traffic.
    entrance and exit
  61. What do you do if your vehicle becomes disabled?
    • Pull off to shoulder
    • Put blanket or towel out window
    • Turn on emergency flashers
    • Call for help
  62. When approaching a curve your vehcile will tend to _____ so you should ___________.
    • Drive Straight
    • Turn the wheel and slow down.
  63. A motorist can turn right on red unless_____
    there is a sign that tells you not to 
  64. Before making a right on red a motorist must ______ and _______.
    Stop and check for traffic and pedestrians
  65. When making a left turn it is important to not ____ corners. Approach the turn in the _____ lane and do not cross ______.
    • Cut
    • Left
    • Lane Markings
  66. Most crashes at interesections happen when?
    the 1st few seconds after the light changes
  67. When a light changes to yellow a motorist should ____ unless already in the middle of the intersection.
  68. you must stop ____ ft before a railroad when the lights are flashing.
    15 ft
  69. School buses and vehicles carrying ______ must always stop at railroad crossings.
    Hazardous materials
  70. Cars must stop _____ ft away from a school bus.
    25 ft
  71. When a school bus stops in front of a school to drop off or pick up children a motorist should travel past what speed?
    10 mph
  72. NJ law requires all motorists to yield to emergency vehicles when sirens and lights are on. A motorist should pull to the ____ and wait for the emergency vehicle to ____. When behind the emergency vehicle, a motorist must keep _____ ft behind.
    • extreme right
    • pass
    • 300
  73. Briefly desribe the Move Over Law
    All motorists approaching a stationary, emergency vehicle, tow truck, highway maitenence, other emergency vehicles must change lanes
  74. High beams are used for ________ and when there are no other cars around
    Open Country Driving
  75. Healights should be used a half hour after ______ and a half hour before _____
    • sunset
    • sunrise
  76. How many feet from a fire hydrant are you not premitted to park?
    10 ft
  77. how many feet from a rail road crossing around you not permitted to park?
    50 ft
  78. You are not permitted to park _____ ft from a stop sign?
    50 ft
  79. littering is a fine up to
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Drivers Ed Chapters 1,2,3, and 4