Right Lane Road Research Paper

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Does a posted speed limit of 55 mph mean that you may drive 55 mph on that highway under all conditions: No. Speed must be adjusted to conditions in order to avoid accidents. You should never drive on the left half of the roadway when you are within how many feet from an intersection, bridge, or railroad crossing: 100 ft (5 car lengths) What should you do if you discover you are in the wrong lane to make a turn as you enter an intersection: If you can’t get into the proper lane at least within one-half block before you turn, then don’t turn and continue straight. When two cars meet at the intersection of a two-lane road with a fourlane road, which one must yield the right-of-way: The car on the two-lane road should yield. If you are driving and hear a siren coming, what should you do: Yield the right-of-way by moving to the right edge of the roadway and stopping.…show more content…
At what time of the day should your headlights be turned on: Half an hour after sunset until half an hour before sunrise. What is carbon monoxide, and how may it be harmful to drivers: It’s a colorless, deadly gas in the exhaust fumes produced by cars and can cause poisoning. Describe what you should do if you have a blowout while driving: Move the car off the pavement, turn on emergence warning lights, and tie a white cloth where visible or raise your hood. What should you do when driving down a steep grade in a car with standard transmission: Use a low gear to slow your vehicle down. What should you do if you damage an unattended vehicle: Stop, locate owner/operator, and give name and address. Or, leave a written
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