Responsible Driving

Chapter 2: Administrative and Traffic Laws

Administrative and Traffic Laws

Select the phrase that best completes each sentence below. Write the letter of the answer you have chosen to the left of each statement.

The individual state's administrative laws set statewide standards for (pg. 24)
A)financial responsibilities.
B)interstate highway maintenance.
D)both b and c.
Before granting a driver's license, most states test for (pg. 24)
A)minimum visual requirements.
B)knowledge of traffic laws.
C)driving ability.
D)all of the above.
A state has the power to (pg. 24)
A)issue you a driver's license.
B)suspend your driver's license.
C)do both a and b.
D)do none of the above.
Most states use _______ to determine whether or not to suspend a driver's license. (pg. 25)
A)police discretion
B)a point system
C)a judge's discretion
D)none of the above.
A certificate of title proves (pg. 25)
A)who owns a car.
B)you have insurance.
C)the car is registered in the state.
D)your license plate is not stolen.
When turning left at an intersection, yield (pg. 28)
A)all oncoming vehicles until you have the time and space to turn.
B)only to traffic on the right.
C)only to traffic on the left.
D)only to emergency vehicles.
Before a speed limit is determined for a particular road, a study must be made of (pg. 30)
A)road surface.
B)average amount of traffic.
C)any hidden dangers.
D)all of the above.
Maximum and minimum speed limits tells you (pg. 31)
A)how fast you must drive.
B)the speed that cannot be exceeded.
C)the minimum speed that you must go.
D)both b and c.
At night, some states (pg. 31)
A)have lower speed limits.
B)have higher speed limits.
C)eliminate speed limits on rural roads.
D)do both b and c.
When driving, you must yield to (pg. 26)
A)any ambulance.
B)any police vehicle.
C)both a and b.
D)any emergency vehicle with its siren on and emergency lights flashing.
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