State Test Review This is a comprehensive study guide to be used for the state test.

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State Test Review

This is a comprehensive study guide to be used for the state test.

The material in this power point covers every question on the test.

If you study this carefully and understand the information you should be able to pass the test with a high grade.

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State Test Information Library

Use of Bright beam lights.

In

open country driving.

City driving

Drive slowly, yield to pedestrians, look at least 12 seconds ahead

Diamond shaped sign

Construction or warning

Not stopping for a pedestrian in a crosswalk has a fine of

$500, up to 25 days in jail, 6 months License suspension, 2 points and community service

To reduce your chances of having an accident use the standard accident prevention formula

;

Be Alert, Be Prepared, Act in Time

If a motorist is passing you:

you

should slow down and make it easier for them to pass

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If a large truck or bus cannot see you in their rearview mirror you are in

their

NO- ZONE or blind spot

How much longer does it take for a truck to stop in

bad weather

25

% longer to stop

Child

safety seats belong in the

rear

seat

Parking rule for a fire hydrant

is

10’

Keep a safe distance:

to

decrease reaction time, get a clear view of the road, have time to react to emergencies

Parking for a stop sign

is

50

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Headlights should be on in daylight

hours

when it is raining and your wipers are on

3 second plus

rule

helps you keep a safe distance

Braking distance on dry roads at 60 mph =

300

ft.

When approaching a curve your vehicle wants to keep going straight

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State test Information Library GDL

GDL Special Learner Permit Requirements (under 21) before receiving a PROBATIONARY LICENSE

Pass knowledge, vision and road tests, and completed 6 months of supervised driving without any postponements or suspensions.

A Special learner Permit must be purchased by an approved instructor

Probationary period is

2

years starts at age 16 and end at age 18

Probationary driver program

:

convicted of 2 or more moving violations totaling 4 or more points

Address change must be reported to MVC in

1

week

You are a Probationary driver for

2

years

Road test vehicle can’t have

any

obstructions or consoles separating the driver from the tester

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GDL

Restrictions

Fine for violation is

$

100 and possible suspension

Driving hrs. permit or probationary driver:

You may drive

from

5:01am to 11:00pm,

You may not drive

from

11:01pm

to 5:00am

Passenger restrictions for a probationary driver: dependents and one additional passenger unless with parent

Decals

:

red reflective on front and rear license plates

No hand held or hands free cell phones or electronic devices

21 years or older have NO RESTRICTIONS

Basic License at 18

yrs

after

completion of all probationary requirements no suspensions

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GDL

Altering a driver’s license penalty is

a

suspension, fine and up to six months imprisonment

Applying for a license illegally –

license

suspension,

Fine of $200 - $500 and/or imprisonment

A 17 year old driver has a probationary period of 1 year,

It ends on the 18

th

birthday after completing a year of suspension free driving.

Before practice driving can begin the GDL driver must have

;

a valid registration, valid insurance and a valid permit from MVC

School, business and residential speed limit

is

25 MPH

Lost or stolen license should be

reported

to the police

When backing up (driving in reverse)

turn

completely around to the right and look out the rear window

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The requirements for obtaining a probationary license are;

passing

the knowledge and vision and road test, age of 17, 6 months supervised driving with no suspensions or postponement.

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State Test Library (registration/turning)

A NJ registered vehicles must have

LIABILITY

insurance

Address change must be reported in 1 week

Hand signals – straight out =

left

turn

Out and up =

right

turn

,

down

=

stop

Signals should be used

when

– Turning, stopping, changing lanes

Passing on the Right is allowed when

a motorist is turning left and there is room to pass.

You will get an insurance Surcharge

if

:

you get a D.U.I.,

(Liquor or drugs) Refusing the Breath Test

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If you sell your car and don’t need you license plate,

retun

them to the MVC or send them to Trenton

Before making a turn the driver must; be in the proper lane, signal at least 100 feet before turning

Using your seat belt keeps you from sliding off the seat, from hitting the windshield and being thrown from the car.

You must stop for the following; pedestrians at all times,

school

buses

on public streets with flashing red lights, and emergency vehicles. For emergency vehicles pull over to the extreme right and stop.

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State Test library (Alcohol)

Driving under the influence of intoxicating beverages means:

The driver’s senses and judgments are impaired by alcohol

The best way to reduce your chances of having an alcohol related accident is:

Don’t drive after drinking

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State test library continued

The only way to sober up is: Time

Crash Probability

BAC .05% = Risk Doubles

BAC .10% = Risk is 6x’s greater

BAC .15% = Risk is 25x’s greater

1 twelve ounce can of beer = 1 five ounce glass of wine = one 1 and ½ ounce drink of whisky

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Other drugs that affect driving are: cold pills, tranquilizers, prescription medications

BAC factors are: your weight, amount you drink, how fast you drink

After 2 to 4 drinks alcohol begins to impair: reaction time, coordination and balance and judgments

The implied consent law states that if you are suspected of drinking and driving you must submit to a breath test.

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State Test Library (D.U.I)

Driving on public property to avoid a traffic control signal or sign penalty:

2 point moving violation

BAC level under 21 for D.U.I. is .01% this is the smallest amount of BAC a person can have (don’t be fooled)

Involved in an accident causing injury while driving with a suspended license: More suspension, Fine, possible JAIL

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D.U.I.

Fines for violations in a Safe Corridor or construction work zone are DOUBLED.

If your License is suspended you may not drive for any reason until the suspension ends and your license is restored

The Probationary period after having your license restored is 1 YEAR

You will receive an insurance surcharge for the following; driving without a license, D.U.I. or drug relate offense or refusing the breath test and driving without liability insurance

Headlights on in daylight hours when your headlights and wipers are on

3 second plus rule helps you keep a safe distance

Braking distance on dry roads at 60 mph = 300 ft.

When approaching a curve your vehicle wants to keep going straight

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D.U.I.

You may get a fine for any of the following:

Failure to remove snow and ice, leaving a vehicle idling for more than 3 minutes, violating the move over law

Host liability law: if a person drinks too much in your home an has an accident you can be involved in a lawsuit

The penalty for refusing the breath test is equal to a D.U.I. offense BAC of .10% the surcharge is $1,000/year for 3 years

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Ages 13 to 21 you may have your license suspended or postponed for the following; buying alcohol or D.U.I., graffiti, or setting false alarms

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State test library (Signs and signals)

Diamond = Construction or warning

At a multi-way stop, if you stop at the same time as another driver yield to the driver on the right.

Nearing an uncontrolled intersection ( no signs or signals): slow down and be prepared to stop

Right Turn on Red Law:

No sign, make a full stop, check traffic and pedestrians before proceeding

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Signs

Octagon means STOP must park 50’ away

Black and yellow circle means Railroad crossing

Order of the traffic light top to bottom is red, yellow , green

Triangle means Yield

Railroad crossing with flashing lights:

Stop at least 15’ from the crossing

Double yellow centerline means NO PASSING is ALLOWED

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Sharing the road with trucks

Trucks have large “No Zones” (Blind spots)

Driver can’t see you

Stay far enough back so you can see the driver in his side mirror

3b things to remember about trucks

1-they make wider turns

2- leave more space behind them

3- Maintain constant speed when passing

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State test Library (Sharing the Road)

Sharing the road with Trucks and buses remember: They make wide turns, leave more space when stopping behind them, maintain constant speed while passing them

Also remember their limitations: visibility, stopping distance and maneuverability

Be cautious in open country driving looking out for livestock or deer

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Sharing

Acceleration Lane: An extra lane at a highway entrance

If you miss an exit on the highway:

Go to the next exit

Stopping behind a large truck: stay far enough back so the driver can see you in his rearview mirror

When passing a truck remember you are in his NO-ZONE the driver can’t see you

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sharing

A deceleration lane is: an extra lane at a highway exit

An acceleration lane is an extra lane at an entrance to a highway

The NO-ZONE or blind spot is the area where the bus or truck driver can’t see you

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When sharing the road with trucks and buses you should know the following; give them more room to turn, stop farther back behind them, maintain constant speed when passing

You must yield to the following; emergency vehicles, buses re-entering the road and vehicles already in the intersection

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State Test Library (Weather)

SKID – Take your foot off the gas pedal

At 35 MPH wet roads may cause your tires to

HYDROPLANE

and you loose control of the car

After driving through a deep puddle you should test your brakes

To avoid a spin, while in a skid, turn in the same direction the vehicle is skidding

Truck stopping distance in ADVERSE CONDITION is 25% longer

Headlights must be used ½ hr. after sunset until ½ hr. before sunrise or if visibility is less than 500’

At night be able to stop within the distance you can see ahead

Snow covered road following distance should be 6 seconds or more

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Drive through a Deep Puddle Test Your Brakes

To avoid HYDROPLANING Slow down and drive on the highest part of the road

3 second plus rule is for maintaining proper (safe) following distance. This gives the driver time to react to emergencies.

If your car begins to skid take your foot off the gas pedal

Road surfaces are most slippery during the first few minutes of a rainfall

The best way to “talk to other drivers is to use your horn, lights and hand signals

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When entering a curve your car wants to keep going straight.

Slow down before you enter the curve.

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test

Wheels drift to the shoulder; slow down, turn steering wheel slightly towards the road

Brakes fail; shift to low gear, pump brakes several times

Gas pedal sticks; shift to neutral, steer the vehicle off the roadway

Flat tire/Blowout; slow down gradually by taking foot off gas

Parking on a hill; downhill curb or no curb turn toward the curb or grass, uphill no curb turn toward the grass, uphill with a curb turn wheels away from the curb