OpenStudy (anonymous):

i know its drivers but i need help and theres no drivers subject

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Giving meaning to the driving task is aided by (Points : 2) your age. your driving experience. the weather. how fast you're going.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

hi angel <3

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

Hai Chucky <3

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

Tbh i suck at math ;~;

OpenStudy (anonymous):

its drivers -_-

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Giving meaning to the driving task is aided by (Points : 2) your age. your driving experience. the weather. how fast you're going.

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

Oh....#Can'tReadForCrap

OpenStudy (anonymous):

XD

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

Sooo wuts da question? o-o

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Giving meaning to the driving task is aided by (Points : 2) your age. your driving experience. the weather. how fast you're going.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

help please

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

I will try my best ^~^ <.< >.> don't kill meh if i get it wrong x.x ;-;

OpenStudy (anonymous):

i will

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

not? :3

OpenStudy (anonymous):

XD i wont kill ya

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

Yayyyy! cx

OpenStudy (anonymous):

your my future gf

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

Omg xD

OpenStudy (anonymous):

lol

OpenStudy (anonymous):

i cant kill meh future gf

OpenStudy (anonymous):

xD

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

I can see into da future and i see myself drinkin more coffee c;

OpenStudy (anonymous):

XD

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Giving meaning to the driving task is aided by (Points : 2) your age. your driving experience. the weather. how fast you're going.

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

Imma say your driving experience.....<.< >.>

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ok :)

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

Gawd if i get this wrong x.x....*dies*

OpenStudy (anonymous):

To make sure no one is about to enter your driving path, you should always look to the sides at (Points : 2) crosswalks. doorways. driveways. businesses.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

its crosswalks just checking my answers

OpenStudy (haichi):

Ik brah! Cross walks

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

Yeppers ur rite

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Depth perception is the ability to judge (Points : 2) distance. things in the center of your focus. things on the side. the relative distance of objects.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

idk that one

OpenStudy (haichi):

damn -.- Came to late

OpenStudy (anonymous):

why u say came too late

OpenStudy (haichi):

The realative distance

OpenStudy (haichi):

nvm

OpenStudy (anonymous):

tell me or ima report u till ur banned

OpenStudy (haichi):

Hope that helps homeslice :D

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

loool #BlackMailAction

OpenStudy (anonymous):

If you are driving with your high beams on, you should switch to low beams when traffic is (Points : 2) two miles away. one mile away. one-half mile away. 500 feet away.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

what about it -_-

OpenStudy (haichi):

Brah it is ok

OpenStudy (anonymous):

-.-

OpenStudy (anonymous):

If you are driving with your high beams on, you should switch to low beams when traffic is (Points : 2) two miles away. one mile away. one-half mile away. 500 feet away.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

is it 500 ft

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

It might be...i was thinking one mile away but ofc i could be wrong x.x

OpenStudy (haichi):

<(00)><(00)><(00)>

OpenStudy (anonymous):

looks like birds mooning me 0,0

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

O-o.....

OpenStudy (anonymous):

The SIPDE process includes (Points : 2) searching, identifying, positioning, dropping, and elevating. aiming high, predicting, and deciding. searching, identifying, predicting, deciding, and executing. keeping your eyes moving, finding an out, and predicting.

OpenStudy (haichi):

:3 It is the kirby dance emoji

OpenStudy (anonymous):

oh xD

OpenStudy (anonymous):

3 looks like a but so :3 hes eating a butt XD

OpenStudy (haichi):

searching, identifying, positioning, dropping, and elevating.

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

Welp i see you guys are doing good without meh...i think i'll go now cx

OpenStudy (anonymous):

noo angel ;( haichi left

OpenStudy (haichi):

Im back

OpenStudy (haichi):

:)

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

See xD #SavedByTheBell cx

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

#YouAreNotAlone ^~^

OpenStudy (anonymous):

xD

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

Welp have fun guys :P

OpenStudy (anonymous):

#I#DONT#KNOW#WHY#WE#USE##

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

Cuz....sweg c;

OpenStudy (anonymous):

he left agains ;(

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

Omg xD

OpenStudy (anonymous):

What is the goal of signaling? (Points : 2) To reinforce your choices. To help other drivers make their own time and space adjustments. To let others know where you have been. To create a larger vehicle-reaction time.

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

#ISawThat cx

OpenStudy (haichi):

Derp

OpenStudy (anonymous):

#ik xD

OpenStudy (anonymous):

#i am

OpenStudy (haichi):

B

OpenStudy (haichi):

Answer is B

OpenStudy (anonymous):

idk wtf # means and thanks

OpenStudy (haichi):

:D

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Your plan for giving meaning to the driving task should include (Points : 2) what kind of car you are driving. how many passengers you have in the car. what to look for. all of the above.

OpenStudy (haichi):

D.

OpenStudy (haichi):

Im smarticles

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Options in a driving situation are based on a driver's (Points : 2) knowledge. experience. skills. all of the above.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

19. When determining your options, you will gather information and make (Points : 2) choices. assumptions. comparisons. justifications. Question 20. 20. Assumptions are (Points : 2) events that have angered you. events you think might happen. events that have already occurred. concrete facts. Question 21. 21. When you use the Smith system in driving, you should (Points : 2) get the big picture. keep your eyes moving. make sure others see you. do all of the above. Question 22. 22. A choice (Points : 2) is the selection between two or more possible options. cannot be made before you start driving. can be made whenever you feel like it. is the opposite of an assumption. Question 23. 23. What is the time and space margin that is the distance you can see ahead of your vehicle? (Points : 2) visual lead response zone following interval visual control zone Question 24. 24. The total time needed for a person to determine his/her options and choose one is (Points : 2) human-perception time. reaction time. human-reaction time. vehicle-reaction time. Question 25. 25. As a driver, you will constantly have to adjust your (Points : 2) seat. speed. mirrors. hands on the wheel. Question 26. 26. When you double your speed, it takes____ times longer to stop. (Points : 2) two four six eight Question 27. 27. On an icy road, you should reduce your speed (Points : 2) by 10 miles per hour. by one-third. by one-half. to a crawl. Question 28. 28. An accepted technique for managing time and space is (Points : 2) steering. accelerating. signaling. all of the above. Question 29. 29. The best way to avoid collisions is to (Points : 2) drive slowly. maintain adequate space around your vehicle. stay far ahead of the car behind you. drive quickly. Question 30. 30. Your visual control zone is (Points : 2) the distance you can see ahead of your vehicle. where you identify objects that may require a response. where you respond to what you perceive. how much space you allow between vehicles in front of and behind you. Question 31. 31. The response zone is (Points : 2) further ahead of you than the potential immediate crash zone. the same distance away as the potential immediate crash zone. closer than the potential immediate crash zone. less important than the potential immediate crash zone. Question 32. 32. You should increase your margins of safety when (Points : 2) driving at night. driving at high speed. being tailgated. all of the above. Question 33. 33. Maintaining a safe space margin can (Points : 2) increase speed and visibility. decrease the response zone. help other vehicles see you on the road. help minimize risk. Question 34. 34. A safe space margin is called a (Points : 2) no-zone. space cushion visual zone. reaction zone. Question 35. 35. If possible, it is best to have a space of at least _____ feet on each side of your car. (Points : 2) 2 5 8 10

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

.....

OpenStudy (anonymous):

thats all of them so much easyer than copying and pasting every question

OpenStudy (haichi):

19=a

OpenStudy (haichi):

20=B

OpenStudy (haichi):

1`=idk

OpenStudy (haichi):

21*

OpenStudy (haichi):

22=A

OpenStudy (haichi):

I want to be ur best man chucky ^.^

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

o-o

OpenStudy (anonymous):

what do you mean chucky

OpenStudy (anonymous):

idk why i said chucky XD

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

Loool xD

OpenStudy (anonymous):

i was about to say what do you mean and my names brady

OpenStudy (anonymous):

i got distracted

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

Distracted by me c;;; lol jkjk

OpenStudy (angelwilliams16):

I need to go xD x.x

OpenStudy (haichi):

XD