Question

Drivers Ed help! Please! :) 10 Points!?

1. When drivers are tired, they can (1 point)

look right at the car's headlights.

experience blurred vision.

increase speed to get to their destination quickly.

experience indigestion.

2. The body's natural rhythms cause nearly everyone to be less alert in the late (1 point)

evening.

morning.

afternoon.

spring.

3. Drivers who are unable to turn their head or shoulders can use (1 point)

revolving seats.

extra-large rear-view mirrors.

a thickly padded seat cushion.

passengers to help them see.

4. If you cannot avoid driving when you're injured, you should (1 point)

yell at other drivers.

daydream about pleasant events.

minimize the amount of driving you do.

drive with passengers in your car.

5. Most of the information you gather about traffic situations comes from (1 point)

other drivers.

your vision.

your sense of hearing.

traffic warning signs.

6. One of the most deadly forms of impairment is (1 point)

carbon monoxide poisoning.

measles.

a leg injury.

a broken finger.

7. Modified vehicles for people who are physically disabled may include (1 point)

different seats.

brighter headlights.

special head liners.

wheelchair lifts.

8. Some __________________ for common illnesses can cause conditions such as nausea that are extremely dangerous when you are driving. (1 point)

medication

reasons

physical therapy

topical creams

9. Repetition, duration, and _____________________ are important terms to understand to avoid the risks of driving while fatigued. (1 point)

recovery

assent

relief

descent

10. Drivers with a hearing loss may be able to __________________ by wearing hearing aids. (1 point)

communicate

translate

interpret

compensate

Answers

You should be able to pass without cheating or you shouldn't be driving. It is a serious matter because you could injure or kill someone.

I hope I passed....

1. Blurred Vision

2. Afternoon

3. Mirrors

4. Minimize Driving

5. Vision

6. Carbon Monoxide

7. Seats

8. Medication

9. Recovery

10. Compensate

#1

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Ɛ pts) look right at the car's headlights.

Ƒ pt) experience blurred vision.

Ɛ pts) increase speed to get to their destination quickly.

Ɛ pts) experience indigestion.

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2. The body's natural rhythms cause nearly everyone to be less alert in the late Ƒ point)

Ɛ pts) evening.

Ɛ pts) morning.

Ƒ pt) afternoon.

Ɛ pts) spring.

1 /1 point

3. Drivers who are unable to turn their head or shoulders can use Ƒ point)

Ɛ pts) revolving seats.

Ƒ pt) extra-large rear-view mirrors.

Ɛ pts) a thickly padded seat cushion.

Ɛ pts) passengers to help them see.

1 /1 point

4. If you cannot avoid driving when you're injured, you should Ƒ point)

Ɛ pts) yell at other drivers.

Ɛ pts) daydream about pleasant events.

Ƒ pt) minimize the amount of driving you do.

Ɛ pts) drive with passengers in your car.

1 /1 point

5. Most of the information you gather about traffic situations comes from Ƒ point)

Ɛ pts) other drivers.

Ƒ pt) your vision.

Ɛ pts) your sense of hearing.

Ɛ pts) traffic warning signs.

1 /1 point

6. One of the most deadly forms of impairment is Ƒ point)

Ƒ pt) carbon monoxide poisoning.

Ɛ pts) measles.

Ɛ pts) a leg injury.

Ɛ pts) a broken finger.

1 /1 point

7. Modified vehicles for people who are physically disabled may include Ƒ point)

Ƒ pt) different seats.

Ɛ pts) brighter headlights.

Ɛ pts) special head liners.

Ƒ pt) wheelchair lifts.

1 /1 point

8. Some __________________ for common illnesses can cause conditions such as nausea that are extremely dangerous when you are driving. Ƒ point)

Ƒ pt) medication

Ɛ pts) reasons

Ɛ pts) physical therapy

Ɛ pts) topical creams

1 /1 point

9. Repetition, duration, and _____________________ are important terms to understand to avoid the risks of driving while fatigued. Ƒ point)

Ƒ pt) recovery

Ɛ pts) assent

Ɛ pts) relief

Ɛ pts) descent

1 /1 point

10. Drivers with a hearing loss may be able to __________________ by wearing hearing aids. Ƒ point)

Ɛ pts) communicate

Ɛ pts) translate

Ɛ pts) interpret

Ƒ pt) compensate

1 /1 point

#2

I just came on here to check my answers I only got two wrong, so I still pretty good( :.

#3

The seventh answer is wrong the answer is wheel chair lifts

#4

Drugs that slow down the central nervous system are called

depressants.

stimulants.

hallucinogens.

uppers.

#5