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2011年11月2日 星期三

美國駕照考古題-2


51. The minimum insurance coverage allowed in Connecticut is:
A. 20/50/20.
B. 30/10/50 .
C. 20/10/20 .
D. 20/40/10.



52. The percentage of alcohol in the blood(BAC) resulting from one drink varies with the:
A. Amount of exercise.
B. Health of a person.
C. Weight of a person.
D. Age of a person.


53. You intend to turn into a driveway just beyond an intersection. When should you signal?
A. Before you enter the intersection.
B. When you are actually in the intersection.
C. At the driveway.
D. One-half city block before the driveway.


54. What is the most common type of collision?
A. Left-hand turns at intersection.
B. Head-on collision.
C. Rear-end collision.
D. Collision in parking lot.


55. In city traffic, you should maintain a visual lead time of:
A. One-half city block.
B. One city block.
C. One-third a city block.
D. Two city blocks.


56. What is the minimum speed allowed on a limited access divided highway inConnecticut ?
A. 55 MPH .
B. 35 MPH .
C. 40 MPH .
D. 30 MPH .


57. What is the first thing you should do if involved in an accident?
A. Find out the other driver’s name.
B. Write down the registration number of the other vehicle.
C. Stop. Find out the extent of any injuries and offer help.
D. Find out the damage to your vehicle.


58. A driver has the most control over the space to the:
A. Front.
B. Right side.
C. Rear.
D. Left side.


59.When another vehicle is trying to pass you, what should you do?
A. Speed up.
B. Block him so he can’t pass.
C. Slow down to give him room to pass.
D. Begin braking.


60. When are signal lights used?
A. when you think it’s necessary.
B. When baking up.
C. When you change direction.
D. When other drivers use theirs.


61. Why must you lower the beam of your headlights when you meet another vehicle?
A. So you can see better.
B. So that the other driver will lower their beam.
C. So that you will not blind the other driver.
D. So that the other driver will slow down.


62. Control of traffic at intersections is established through laws regarding:
A. Traffic lights.
B. Traffic signs.
C. Right-of-way.
D. All of the above.


63. In heavy rain, your tires can lose all contracts with the road at about:
A. 20 MPH .
B. 30 MPH .
C. 40 MPH .
D. 50 MPH .


64. When exiting traffic on the highway, you should slow:
A. While still on the highway.
B. Not at all.
C. As you move into the exit lane.
D.When you get to the end of the exit lane.


65. What should you do when you come to a stop lane?
A. Slow down.
B. Stop. And then proceed when the way is clear.
C. Go on if you are careful.
D. Stop only if other vehicles are near.


66.Which of the following has the right-of-way over all others at an intersection?
A. Pedestrian crossing with the light.
B. Vehicle turning right with the light.
C. Vehicle turning left with the light.
D. Vehicle crossing with the light.

67. Which of the following IS NOT done when making a lane change?
A. Looking over your shoulder.
B. Tapping your brakes.
C. Using your signal.
D. Looking in your mirrors.

68. Blind spots are those areas that CANNOT be seen by the driver when:
A. Looking in the rear-view mirror.
B. Looking in the side mirror.
C. Maintain a 12-15 seconds visual lead time.
D. All of the above.

69. Speed limits on all highways are set by law and by:
A. The Motor Vehicle Department.
B. The State Department.
C. Town officials.
D. A traffic commission.

70. Communications with other drivers can be done by:
A. Using your horn.
B. Using your lights.
C. Using your signals.
D. All of the above.

71. When a school bus stops with its lights flashing, you must remain stopped until:
A. You see the other vehicles moving.
B. You feel that all the children are out of danger.
C. You see the lights stop flashing and the bus begins to move.
D. You see the lights stop flashing.

72. How far from a disabled vehicle must you place flares?
A. One city block.
B. 100-200 feet.
C. 150-250 feet.
D. At least 250 feet.

73. At 50 MPH , how far will take you to stop?
A. One city block.
B. 200 feet.
C. 250 feet.
D. 300 feet.

74. Maintaining a visual lead time of 12-15 seconds will enable you to identify:
A. Other vehicles, people, or objects in front of you.
B. Warning signs of conditions ahead.
C. Upcoming traffic control.
D. All of the above.

75. If you view of a cross street is blocked, you should:
A. Give a blast on your horn and proceed.
B. Edge your vehicle forward slowly until you can see.
C. Turn right to avoid crossing both lanes.
D. Wait where you are until the view becomes better.

76. When approaching a person who is riding a horse, you should:
A. Sound your horn.
B. Slow down and allow extra space between your vehicle and the horse.
C. Put on your emergency flashers.
D. All of the above.

77. If you look in your rear-view mirror, you should by able to see everything behind you except:
A. Anything in your blind spots.
B. The left part of your lane.
C. The right part of your lane.
D. The left side of the roadway.

78. Your ability to drive is affected by:
A. Drinking and/or take drugs.
B. Your vision and hearing.
C. Your health and/or emotional state.
D. All of the above.

79. If you plan to drink alcohol, what can you do to control the effects?
A. Space out the time between your drinks.
B. Kwon what it is that you drinking.
C. Eat something before you begin drinking.
D. All of the above.

80. Under Connecticut’s implied Consent Law, you are legally impaired if your BAC is:
A. Between .02 and .09.?
B. Between .05 and .07.
C. Between .07 and .09.
D. Anything .10 or higher.

81. Which of the following would require you to allow an extra following distance?
A. Taxi cabs.
B. Station wagons.
C. Motorcycles.
D. All of the above.

82. How many drinks does it take to affect your driving?
A. Even one drink will affect your driving.
B. One each of two different drinks.
C. Three or more of any drink.
D. A combination of five or more different drinks.

83. Which vehicles are exempt from annual emissions inspections?
A. Motorcycles.
B. Pre-1968 model vehicles.
C. Vehicles with diesel engines.
D. All of the above.

84. Which of the following is allowed to travel in the High Occupancy Lane?
A. Taxi cabs.
B. Motorcycles.
C. Vehicles with heavy loads.
D. Through traffic.

85. An intersection is any place where:
A. Warning signs are posted.
B. One line of traffic meets another.
C. Anywhere there is a crosswalk.
D. All of the above.

86. If you are driving a vehicle that is part of a funeral procession, you are allowed to:
A. Proceed through red lights with caution.
B. Use your headlights to indicate that you have the right-of-way.
C. Follow the vehicle in front of you no matter what.
D. None of the above.

87. What is most dangerous about driving a vehicle with a cracked windshield?
A. It will wear your wiper blades out sooner.
B. It can splinter or break in even a minor collision.
C. It will produce additional glare.
D. The crack will retain dirt and limit your visibility.

88. Which places you more likely to find slippery spots?
A. Immediately after making a right or left hand turn.
B. In shady spots and on bridges and overpasses.
C. Areas where the road narrows.
D. On a limited access divided highway.

89. Which of the following should you allow extra space for?
A. People who can’t see
B. People who are distracted.
C. People who may be confused.
D. All of the above.

90. You will increase your chance of avoiding serious injury in a collision if you:
A. Hold the steering wheel tightly.
B. Wear both the shoulder and lap belts.
C. Wear a lap belt.
D. Are thrown from the vehicle.

91. Connecticut law requires that you complete a pass before you reach:
A. Any oncoming vehicle.
B. A curve in the road.
C. The beginning of a “no passing zone”.
D. The end of a “no passing zone”.

92. What is the Connecticut hand signal for left hand turn?
A. Make a circle with your hand as if beckoning the other driver to follow.
B. Point with your first finger.
C. Put your arm straight out with your fingers together.
D. Drop your arm downwards.

93. When you stop behind another vehicle, you should be able to see:
A. Their brake lights
B. Their rear tires on the road.
C. Their rear bumper.
D. Their license plate.

94. When there is more than one traffic light, always obey:
A. The one that is flashing.
B. The one that is not flashing.
C. Any one.
D. The one over your lane.

95. How many points against your driving record will result in an automatic 30-day suspension:
A. 3 points within three years.
B. 5 points within five years.
C. 11 points within two years.
D. 12 points within five years.

96When taking a long trip, the most miles you should drive each day is:
A. 100-200 miles.
B. 200-300 miles.
C. 300-400 miles.
D. 400-500 miles.

97. A reduction of roadway width or a narrow bridge should alert you to:
A. Reduced traction.
B. Reduced space.
C. Reduced visibility.
D. All of the above.

98 Pushing the brake pedal hard, quickly letting up, and quickly pushing it down again is:
A. Riding the brake.
B. Pumping the brake.
C. locking the wheels
D. None of the above.

99. How far away from a fire hydrant must you park?
A. 10 feet.
B. 15 feet.
C. 20 feet.
D. 25 feet.

100. The glare of headlights from an oncoming vehicle blinds you. You should focus your eyes:
A. On the center of the road.
B. Straight ahead.
C. On the right edge of the roadway.
D. On the left side of the roadway.



101. If you know your vehicle is about to be hit from the rear, you should:
A. Be ready to brake avoid being pushed into another vehicle.
B. Brace yourself between the steering wheel and the seat back.
C. If available, press your head against the head restraint.
D. All of the above.

102. One of the best Ways to prevent fatigue while driving is to:
A. Take food along to eat so you can avoid restaurant.
B. Make sure someone is with you to talk to you.
C. Get up early and avoid night driving.
D. Stop for coffee or a soft drink every two hours.

103. How far away must a vehicle parked on curve or hill be visible?
A. 100 feet.
B. 150 feet.
C. 200 feet.
D. One-half city block.

104. Right-of-way laws provide us:
A. Our basic rights as drivers.
B. Rules for turning right.
C. Rules for when to yield.
D. All of the above.

105. You should adjust your speed for a curve:
A. As you enter the curve.
B. Half way through the curve.
C. Before you enter the curve.
D. As you come out of the curve.

106. The National Driver Register was set up to:
A. Identify the causes of traffic accidents.
B. Identify problem drivers for licensing purposes.
C. Identify stolen vehicles.
D. Identify uninsured motorists.

107. A posted speed limit:
A. Is the maximum speed allowed in the best of conditions.
B. Is difficult to enforce.
C. Can be greater if there is no traffic.
D. Is the suggested speed for average driver.

108. For most vehicles, driving at 55 MPH instead of 70 MPH will improve your gas mileage:
A. By 5%.
B. By 10%.
C. By 15%.
D. By over 20%.

109. If the rear of your vehicle begins to skid sideway, you should:
A. Pump the brakes.
B. Apply the brakes gently.
C. Stay off the brakes.
D. Brake hard to lock the wheels as quickly as possible.