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Published on March 20, 2009

Author: sbrandt

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I completed my final exam…now what? : I completed my final exam…now what? Lesson 10 Let’s take a look at some frequently asked questions… : Let’s take a look at some frequently asked questions… FAQs : FAQs When can I take my knowledge test? You must have successfully completed 30-hours of classroom driver’s ed. You must be 15 years old. FAQs : FAQs Where can I take my knowledge test? Most students from New Prague take their test at one of these locations… FAQs : FAQs Where can I take my knowledge test? Chaska (computer test) LeCenter (paper test) Faribault (computer test) Click a link to see office hours and address. FAQs : FAQs What I.D. do I need to bring? You will need one primary and one secondary identification document. Primary: birth certificate Secondary: Social Security card FAQs : FAQs What else do I need to bring? Blue Card One parent/guardian to sign and approve your permit application. Check, money order, or cash for the permit fee (currently $12.00). FAQs : FAQs How many questions are on the test? There are 40 questions on the test. You must answer 32 correctly. You can ask for headphones at the computer testing sites if you would like the questions read to you. FAQs : FAQs When can I start driving with my parents? As soon as you receive your paper permit indicating that you have passed the knowledge test. You plastic permit license in arrive in the mail a few weeks later. FAQs : FAQs When can I start driving with my parents? NOTE: Your Blue Card is not your permit. It is only documentation that you successfully completed 30-hours of classroom driver’s ed. FAQs : FAQs When will I take Behind-the-Wheel (BTW)? You must first pass the knowledge test. Most students take it in the summer. The BTW schedule will be mailed this spring. FAQs : FAQs How do I register for Behind-the-Wheel? Registration will be online this year. Detailed instructions will be provided in the mailing. FAQs : FAQs How can I take BTW with a friend? You can select your schedule from the dates and times provided. Your friend will need to register for the same instructor and schedule. FAQs : FAQs Mr. Brandt Mr. Engler Mr. Hudspeth Mr. Peulen Mr. Thorp Mr. Uttech Who are the BTW instructors? FAQs : FAQs How many hours is BTW? You will drive for 6 hours. You will observe your partner driving for 6 hours. Truth or Myth?... : Truth or Myth?... Parents have no influence on the driving behavior of their teenagers. : Parents have no influence on the driving behavior of their teenagers. Myth Teenagers whose parents have three or more vehicle crashes on their records are 22 percent more likely to crash at least once, compared with teenagers whose parents have had no crashes. : Teenagers whose parents have three or more vehicle crashes on their records are 22 percent more likely to crash at least once, compared with teenagers whose parents have had no crashes. Truth Illegal drugs are the biggest killer of teenagers. : Illegal drugs are the biggest killer of teenagers. Myth Motor vehicle crashes are the single biggest killer of teenagers--more than AIDS, street violence, and drug use combined. : Motor vehicle crashes are the single biggest killer of teenagers--more than AIDS, street violence, and drug use combined. Truth Crashes involving young drivers typically are multiple-vehicle crashes. : Crashes involving young drivers typically are multiple-vehicle crashes. Myth Crashes involving young drivers typically are single-vehicle crashes that are caused by driver error and/or speeding. In this type of crash, the vehicle usually leaves the road and overturns or hits a roadside object such as a tree or a pole. : Crashes involving young drivers typically are single-vehicle crashes that are caused by driver error and/or speeding. In this type of crash, the vehicle usually leaves the road and overturns or hits a roadside object such as a tree or a pole. Truth Teenagers need less sleep than adults do. : Teenagers need less sleep than adults do. Myth Teenagers need more sleep than younger children and adults. Many teenagers need at least 9 hours of sleep each night. But most of them get less than 6.5 hours of sleep each night. : Teenagers need more sleep than younger children and adults. Many teenagers need at least 9 hours of sleep each night. But most of them get less than 6.5 hours of sleep each night. Truth Most teenage motor vehicle fatalities occur during the weekdays. : Most teenage motor vehicle fatalities occur during the weekdays. Myth In 1998, 53 percent of teenage deaths in motor vehicles crashes occurred on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. : In 1998, 53 percent of teenage deaths in motor vehicles crashes occurred on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Truth Drivers between 15 and 20 years old accounted for 6.9 percent of the U.S. population in 1998, but 14 percent of all drivers in fatal vehicle crashes in that year. : Drivers between 15 and 20 years old accounted for 6.9 percent of the U.S. population in 1998, but 14 percent of all drivers in fatal vehicle crashes in that year. Truth Alcohol is the main problem for young drivers. : Alcohol is the main problem for young drivers. Myth Alcohol contributes to vehicle crashes by young drivers. However, impulsive, risky driving actions and failure to make good judgments and decisions are also reasons for young drivers high involvement in crashes. : Alcohol contributes to vehicle crashes by young drivers. However, impulsive, risky driving actions and failure to make good judgments and decisions are also reasons for young drivers high involvement in crashes. Truth Traffic Situations… : Traffic Situations… 2 lane4-way stop : 2 lane4-way stop Where should the front bumper of the red car stop? ________ ________ ________ 2 lane4-way stop : 2 lane4-way stop Where should the front bumper of the red car stop? ________ ________ ________ ________ 2 lane4-way stop : 2 lane4-way stop Where should the front bumper of the red car stop? ________ ________ ________ ________ 2 lane4-way stop : 2 lane4-way stop Where should the front bumper of the red car stop? ________ ________ ________ ________ 2 lane4-way stop : 2 lane4-way stop A and B reach the stop sign at the same time. Who goes first? Red Blue 2 lane4-way stop : 2 lane4-way stop A, B, and C reach the stop sign at the same time. Who goes first? Red Blue Green 2 lane4-way stop : 2 lane4-way stop A, B, and C reach the stop sign at the same time. Who goes first?... Who goes next? Red Blue Green 2 lane4-way stop : 2 lane4-way stop Assume all cars reached the stop sign at the same time. Looking at A, B, C, and D, which car will clear the intersection first? Red Blue Green Orange Slide 39: A, B, and C reach the stop sign at the same time. Who has the right-of way? Red Blue Green Orange Slide 40: A, B, and C reach the stop sign at the same time. Which car can proceed? Red Blue Green Orange A and C A, B, and C 4 lane4-way stop : 4 lane4-way stop Which lane should the blue car turn into? A D C B 4 lane4-way stop : 4 lane4-way stop A, B, and D reach the stop sign at the same time. Who should go first? Red Blue Green Orange A and B A, B, and D 4 lane4-way stop : 4 lane4-way stop Who has the right-of-way? Red Blue 4 lane4-way stop : 4 lane4-way stop Parking: Which direction should the red car turn its wheels? right left straight 4 lane4-way stop : 4 lane4-way stop Parking: Which direction should the blue car turn its wheels? right left straight 4 lane4-way stop : 4 lane4-way stop Parking: Which direction should the red car turn its wheels? right left straight 4 lane4-way stop : 4 lane4-way stop Parking: Which direction should the blue car turn its wheels? right left straight 4 lane4-way stop : Two-lane Four-lane One-way Freeway 4 lane4-way stop What type of roadway is this? 4 lane4-way stop : Maintain their speed Merge into the right lane Slow down Tap their bake lights 4 lane4-way stop What should the red car do? 4 lane4-way stop : The green car might be a state trooper Merge into the right lane This is a deer crossing He might be in the green car’s blind spot 4 lane4-way stop Why does the orange car have to be cautious?

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