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Drivers Ed


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Highway Transportation System
Level 1 license
learner's license after segment 1 from Secretary of State office.
Level 2 license
Livense after 6 months on Level 1 and after completing segment 2 and being 16 years old.
Level 3 license
Be 17; have driven at level 23 for at least 6 months with no convictions or violations for 12 consecutive months.
Student driving log
record of 30 hours/2 at night to enroll in segment 2 and then 20/8 for level 2 license.
Third party tester
public and private organizations certifies to conduct skills tests for the Department of State.
Basic Controls skills test
Forward stop line manuever; Y-turn maneuver; and parallel parking.
On-road driving test
Driving over a predetermined route containing a variety of traffic situations to demonstrate your safe driving ability.
Automatic failure
tester may terminate testing for traffic violations, collision, dangerously inexperienced, etc.
Driving task
a person using properly timed and skilled actions to manuever a motor vehicle in traffic.
To apply for a level 1 learner's license, a young driver must be ____ years _____ months old.
14 years, 9. (8 for drivers ed, 9 for permit.)
To apply for a level 2 intermediate license, a young driver must be at least ___ years old and possess a level 1 learner's livense for a minimum of _____ months.
16 years, 6 months.
At level 2, a driver may not operate a motor vehicle between the hours of ____ and ___ unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
midnight and 5 a.m.
To apply for your level 3 license, a driver must be at least ___ years old, have driven at level 2 for a minimum of ___ months, complete ____ consecutive months without a moving violation, an at-fault accident or accident in which a moving violation resul
17 years. 6 months. 12 months. 1 and 2 license.
The road test consists of two separate elements which are administered in the following order:
basic controls skills test, on road driving test (also vehicle inspection.)
THe basic vehicle controls skills test consists of a series of off-road excercises. They are:
forward stop line maneuver, y-turn manuever, parallel park test.
THE _______ DRIVING TEST: You will be required to demonstrate your ability to drive your vehicle _____ over a predetermined route containing a variety of _____ situations. At all times during the test, you must operate your vehicle in a ____ and responsib
ON-ROAD, safely, traffic, safe, traffic, driving.
Driver's compartment drill
becoming familiar with instruments, gauges, and controls before you drive.
Instrument panel.
part of the dash with indicators/gauges to inform the driver of the condition of the vehicle.
Headlight switch.
Located on dash or turn signal lever to turn on the headlights.
Windshield wiper.
used to clear winshield usually with several speed settings.
Ignition switch.
insert more square-looking of keys into slot to start car.
Accelerator pedal.
Gas pedal that controls the speed of the engine.
Brake pedal.
controls the service brake system to slow or stop the vehicle.
Clutch pedal.
disengages motor from the drive wheels in standard transmission vehicles.
Parking brake.
controls the "mechanical" brakes which act upon the rear wheels only' used when parked or on hills.
First step of driver's compartment drill: identify the ___ and ___ of all indicator gauges in the ____.
location, function, instrument panel.
Second step: identify, locate, and further, use the ____ ____. practice using them until you can do so without taking your ____ from the road ahead.
hand controls, eyes.
The final step: perform the same practice with the _______ ________.
vehicle controls.
When you park, close all ___, lock all ____, and store any packages in the trunk (out of view). You can be cited for leaving a vehicle ______!
windows, doors, unlocked.
Despite proper adjustment, the _____ cannot cover the entire space behind a driver's forward field of _____. The areas that are not visible are called _____ _____.
mirrors, vision, blind spots.
A _____ _____ that the occupant must attach or buckle is called and _____ ______ device. It should be adjusted to fit _____ low across your hips ____ the stomach.
safety belt, active restraint, snugly, below.
Children should be secured in a device appropriate to their ___ and ___. It's the ____ in Michigan.
size, age, law.
BLind Zone.
areas not visible from the driver's seat.
damage by hit and run, etc.
Pre-Ignition Procedure.
Your pre-driving habits or procedures. (door, key, objects, seat, safety belt, mirrors.)
Upright portion of your seat.
top of your seat back.
Rear view mirrors.
mirrors inside and outside of the car that are used to see behind you.
Convex mirror.
usually your right exterior rear view mirror.
climate controls for proper air circulation in the passenger compartment.
Seat (safety) belt.
active restraint to prevent occopant from striking the interior of the vehicle.
Blind Spots.
despite proper mirror adjustment and a normal field of vision, there are two areas you must move your head to check.
Maintenance schedule.
repairs, checkups, and service required to keep your vehicle in good operating condition.
examine the traffic environment and check for signs, for road markings, the mirrors, the blind spots.
signal intentions recheck mirrors, blind spot, and traffic.
using the controls of the vehicle to perform an actual manuever.
Flooded engine.
excess of gasoline in the engine preventing combustion (proper starting).
Path of travel.
Intended direction of movement in the center of the lane.
When starting or parking on a hill, use emergency brake to prevent car from moving backward.
Following distance.
The distance one should maintain from a preceding vehicle.
Time interval.
minimum following distance of two seconds in ideal driving conditions.
Stopped distance.
maintain at least one-half car length behind vehicle in front (see tires touching the pavement.)
Backing position.
look back in the direction in which you intend to move.
Friction point.
Raise clutch pedal until the engine r.p.m. slows slightly.
Exiting the vehicle.
brake to a stop, apply the parking brake, shift car into park, turn off accessories, turn ignition to lock, check the mirrors and blind spot, exit toward rear of car.

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