3D Defensive Driving

Defensive Driving Traffic Safety Tips

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Physical Condition - Quiz

1. Modern gadgets such as radio, GPS, and cell phones make driving more pleasant, but they also tend to
a. Rarely get stolen
b. Drive the car automatically
c. Let your attention wander away from your driving task
d. Cause you to pull over for fast food

2. Studies show that more sleep is needed for people with busy lifestyles and
a. Young adults, especially males
b. Shift workers, and those with long work hours
c. People with untreated sleep apnea or narcolepsy
d. All of the people listed above

3. Falling asleep at the wheel is known as
a. Resting and Cruising
b. Red Eye Driver
c. Silent Killer
d. Cheaper than a motel

4. To prevent a fall-asleep crash
a. Use toothpicks to keep your eyes open
b. Talk to yourself loudly
c. If you feel tired, pull over and walk or rest for 15 minutes
d. Tickle yourself under the chin

5. A typical crash related to sleepiness has one or more of the following characteristics
a. Crash occurs late at night or early morning on a high speed road
b. A single vehicle leaves the roadway
c. The driver does not attempt to avoid a crash
d. All of the above may occur

6. Another physical condition that affects driving skill is
a. How old you are
b. How many children you have
c. Whether you are wealthy or poor
d. How much you weigh

7. In 2007 the Texas Legislature passed “Katie’s Law” which requires drivers 85 and older to pass this test.
a. Vision
b. Memory
c. Driving exam with instructor
d. Bingo

8. Katie’s Law also prohibits the renewal of licenses electronically to drivers
a. Age 18 – 24 years
b. Age 25 – 45 years
c. 65 and under
d. 79 and older

9. Lesson 3, Video A shows and accident in which a possibly sleeping driver veers into the wrong lane and hits an oncoming vehicle. How many fatalities resulted from this accident?
a. None
b. The police officer did not keep count
c. Both pickup drivers were killed in the collision
d. There were only minor injuries

10. According to the chart on Lesson 3, Table A Distribution of Fatalities by Age Group and Year, which age groups are involved in most fatality accidents?
a. Ages 16-20, and ages 65 and older
b. Ages 51 –55 and ages 45-50
c. Ages 21-25
d. Ages under 16