Think about the correct response to driving in strong crosswinds.
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What is the recommended way to handle a strong crosswind while driving on a highway?
When driving in strong crosswinds on a highway, grip the steering wheel firmly with both hands and consider slowing down to maintain better control of the vehicle.
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According to the New Jersey Driver Manual, if a driver has a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of slightly above 0.005%, his or her causing an accident
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If you're halted at a junction and the signal turns green, but there's a pedestrian crossing in front of you, what's the appropriate action to take?
Consider the safest action to take when facing excessive glare from high beams.
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What should you do if an oncoming vehicle has its high beams on and is not dimming them?
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Which car accessory is essential for maintaining proper tire pressure?
A tire pressure gauge is essential for new drivers to regularly check and maintain proper tire pressure. Most cars have them built in now, check your manual to find out.
Think about the primary purpose of seat belts in terms of safety.
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Why is it important to wear a seat belt while driving or riding in a vehicle?
Wearing a seat belt is crucial because it helps prevent occupants from being ejected from the vehicle in the event of a crash.
Think about safe practices when sharing the road with large trucks.
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How should you approach a large commercial truck while driving on a highway?
it's important to stay out of the truck's blind spots and provide ample space. Trucks have larger blind spots where the driver's visibility is limited.
Consider the correct approach when merging onto a highway.
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What should you do when merging onto a highway from an entrance ramp?
When merging onto a highway from an entrance ramp, you should accelerate to match the speed of traffic.
Consider the courteous and safe response when another driver signals to merge.
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What should you do if another driver signals their intention to switch into your lane?
Consider the safe and legal course of action when missing an exit.
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What should you do if you miss your intended exit on a highway?
Consider the components that make up the total stopping distance.
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What is the total stopping distance of a vehicle composed of?
Think about the appropriate response to driving in wet conditions.
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What should you do when driving on a wet highway with reduced traction due to rain?
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Before you turn left into a driveway, you must yield to
Consider the relationship between speed and a vehicle's ability to stop safely.
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How does speed affect the stopping distance of a vehicle?
Higher speed increases the stopping distance of a vehicle. The faster you're driving, the longer it takes for the vehicle to come to a complete stop.
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What is the purpose of shoulder checking when switching lanes?
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What is required of vehicles as they approach a traffic circle or roundabout?
Consider the role of the "2-Second Rule" in safe driving.
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When driving on a highway, what is the purpose of the "2-Second Rule"?
The "2-Second Rule" helps you maintain a safe following distance by calculating the time it takes for your vehicle to pass safely.
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Consider the proper technique for managing speed on steep downhill grades.
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What should you do when driving downhill on a long, steep highway grade?
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How does using a mobile phone while driving potentially elevate the risk of getting into an accident?
Think about how maintaining a safe following distance benefits both you and other drivers.
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What is the purpose of maintaining a safe following distance when switching lanes?
Maintaining a safe following distance when switching lanes allows you to create more space for other drivers who may need to merge into your lane.
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When you're driving in fog at night, you should use
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Identify the incorrect statement related to vehicle blind spots.
Consider the purpose of high beam headlights and their benefits at night.
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When should you use your high beam headlights while driving at night?
High beam headlights should be used at night on unlit roads to provide better visibility and to spot animals that may be on or near the road. However, they should be dimmed when following another vehicle or in well-lit urban areas.
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In the event that your car's blinkers stop working, what should you utilize as an alternative until they are fixed?
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How should you approach and navigate a curve safely while driving?
Before entering a curve, reduce your speed to avoid braking while turning, which can lead to skidding.
Consider the role of seat belts in minimizing injuries during collisions.
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How does wearing a seat belt affect your chances of surviving a crash?
Seat belts help prevent occupants from hitting the interior of the vehicle, being ejected, or colliding with other passengers.
Consider the importance of checking blind spots for safe lane changes.
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When is it generally considered safe to switch lanes on a highway?
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Failure to obey the directions of a peace officer will result in ____ points on your driving record.
Think about the recommended following distance to ensure safe driving.
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What is the minimum following distance you should maintain behind the vehicle in front of you?
The recommended minimum following distance is two seconds. This allows you enough time to react to any sudden changes in traffic.
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There are _ steps in the Early Bird Road.
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What should you do if the motorist behind you keeps blinking their headlights at you?
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If you're making a left turn from two way road to a one-way lane, how should you proceed
When turning left from a two-way street onto a one-way street, begin the turn with your left wheel as close as possible to the yellow dividing line.
Consider the function of a deceleration lane during highway exit.
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What is the purpose of a deceleration lane when exiting a highway?
A deceleration lane when exiting a highway is designed to give vehicles a designated area to slow down and reduce their speed before safely exiting the highway.
Think about the best way to adjust your vision to minimize glare.
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How can you reduce glare from the headlights of an oncoming vehicle at night?
To reduce glare from oncoming vehicle headlights at night, shift your gaze slightly to the right edge of your lane.
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