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1. Which of the following statements is true?
  Fasten your safety belt snugly.
  Use your safety belt only for long trips or on high-speed highways.
  Wear a lap belt around your stomach, not your hips.
  all of the above
2. __________ are mechanical bridges over navigable waters that raise or turn to allow marine traffic to go under them.
  Rigid bridges
  Suspension bridges
  Truss bridges
3. Which of the following statements is true?
  When an animal is seen in the road or on the road shoulder, you should slow down and, if necessary, yield the right-of-way.
  Horses have excellent side vision and are not easily frightened by loud noises or sudden movements.
  Often an animal\'s fur shining in the headlight beams will be seen first at night.
  all of the above
4. Which of the following statements is true?
  You may approach highway-railroad crossings at a high speed, but be prepared to stop if you have to.
  Buses and trucks never have to stop at highway-railroad crossings unless the gates are down and the warning lights are flashing.
  If your car stalls on railroad tracks and a collision is imminent, the safest direction is toward the train so you will be least likely to be hit by your vehicle or any debris from the collision.
  all of the above
5. This picture demonstrates how to signal a __________ if the signals on your vehicle do not work.
  right turn
  slow or stop
  left turn
  none of the above
6. A broken __________ line separates lanes of traffic moving in opposite directions.
  either 1 or 2
  neither 1 nor 2
7. If your gas pedal jams, __________
  turn the ignition key to lock.
  press the gas pedal all the way to the floor.
  use your brakes.
  all of the above
8. If you see that you are about to be involved in a crash, __________
  it is better to hit a vehicle moving toward you instead of something that is not moving.
  It is better to skid off the road than drive off when avoiding a crash.
  hitting a row of bushes is better than hitting a tree, post or solid object.
  it is better to swerve toward oncoming traffic instead of right to prevent a crash.