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  1. An officer can drive with the driver's side window down so
  2. An officer who approaches a vehicle with heavily tinted windows faces a
  3. __________ is the ability to distinguish colors.
  4. __________ can help an officer detect problems that can affect vehicle operation and control.
  5. Officers should be aware that a fire can start if the patrol vehicle is left running while parked over a __________ for an extended period of time.
  6. Officers should drive __________ so they can observe and respond appropriately to the environment.
  7. Environmental and __________conditions, alertness, and aging are factors that affect vision.
  8. If an officer feels the steering wheel pulling in one direction, the patrol vehicle may have a(n) __________ problem.
  9. Driving with the window down helps alert the officer to
  10. __________ lets officers locate the source of sounds that may indicate a problem with a vehicle, suspicious incident, or a crime.
  11. If an officer detects an unusual odor that is not readily identifiable as smoke, gasoline, or propane, he or she should __________ the area and call for additional resources to investigate.
  12. All officers should have optimum vision before
  13. Several sources can make the source of a __________ difficult to find, whether the driver's windows are open or closed, if there are surrounding buildings, etc.
  14. Temporary factors that weaken a driver's observation skills can
  15. __________ is the ability to see clearly in darkness.
  16. To improve __________ of his or her surroundings, officers can make adjustments to their meal times and lifestyle, such as eating smaller meals frequently throughout the shift and getting sufficient rest and sleep before a shift.
  17. What are some frequently encountered or predictable road hazards? Choose all that apply.
  18. What temporary factors may impact an officer's observation skills? Choose all that apply.
  19. __________ is the ability to judge distance and perceive space to determine how far away an object is.
  20. When an officer is driving and senses something unusual, he or she should determine whether it is a safety concern by applying the brake pedal to verify that the brakes work, checking the __________, and looking for smoke or signs of an engine fire.
  21. If an officer detects an unusual odor while operating a vehicle, he or she should
  22. __________ is the ability to see above, below, and to the sides.
  1. a he or she can hear and see hazardous situations.
  2. b sound
  3. c alignment
  4. d safety hazard.
  5. e touch
  6. f hearing.
  7. g ~frequent shift changes.
    ~stress.
    ~emotions.
  8. h steering.
  9. i grassy area.
  10. j night vision.
  11. k physical
  12. l operating their police vehicles and have any nearsightedness or farsightedness corrected.
  13. m depth perception.
  14. n color vision.
  15. o peripheral vision.
  16. p awareness.
  17. q other emergency vehicles(fire trucks, rescue vehicles, and police or other emergency vehicles responding to the same scene).
  18. r at or below the posted speed limit.
  19. s ~pedestrians crossing streets at unlikely points.
    ~ drivers striking large animals.
  20. t determine whether the odor is coming from the patrol vehicle or from an outside source.
  21. u driver away from.
  22. v result in inattention, loss of control, and even crashes.