The __________ brakes, which handle a great amount of weight transfer while driving in reverse, are not as efficient as the __________ brakes. Therefore, the ability to stop when braking is significantly lowered.
Select ALL of the TRUE statements that apply to recovering from a vehicle skid or slide (and to also avoid a secondary skid or slide).
~ user counter steering.
~ the only way to recover is to regain traction.
__________ remain(s) the same whether driving during the day or night. However, lack of light increases the time required to initially observe a hazard.
What techniques can officers use to improve their vision while driving at night (and react properly to oncoming vehicular traffic)? Select all that apply.
~ looking off to the shoulder of the roadway to protect night vision while using the white line at the edge of the road for guidance.
In reverse, a vehicle should be driven slowly to compensate for a(n) __________ in weight transfer and a(n) __________ in the driver's field of vision.
According to F.S. s. 316.237, vehicle headlights reveal a person __________ feet away with the high beams and a distance of __________ feet with the low beams.
450 and 150
Because some vehicles have limited visibility to the rear, officers should
utilize side mirrors or installed backup cameras as necessary.
Cornering requires entering an intersection safely and properly at normal driving speeds and making a __________-degree turn to the right or left.
most common night driving error is to __________ the distance the vehicle's headlights project.