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7 . You are driving up a hill and are approaching a heavy truck from the rear. You should know that:

All of the above. Drivers must be aware that large vehicles often travel at a speed slower than the posted speed limit, especially when driving on an incline, and should use caution when approaching a large vehicle from the rear. When on a hill with limited visibility, it is unlawful to pass another vehicle.

8 . To keep your vehicle from being struck from behind:

Drive more slowly than surrounding traffic to maintain better control of your vehicle. It is a good idea to match the pace of surrounding traffic, within the legal speed limit. Driving with the flow of traffic keeps traffic moving and helps prevent rear-end collisions.

9 . You may drive across a dashed white line:

Only when passing a motorcycle. Traffic lanes moving in the same direction are separated by broken white lines. You may cross over dashed lines to pass, if it is safe to do so.

10 . What should you do if your vehicle’s right wheels leave the pavement?

Take your foot off the accelerator, slow down, then ease back onto the road when it is safe to do so. If your vehicle’s right wheels leave the pavement, don't panic. Take your foot off the accelerator and steer parallel to the road. Slow down and ease back onto the roadway by keeping both hands on the steering wheel and steering into the road’s right lane with a small turn of the steering wheel. Check for traffic around you before steering back onto the pavement.

11 . Your body gets rid of approximately:

None of the above. The average person’s body will process about one alcoholic drink in one hour. However, many factors play a part in determining how impaired a person will become when consuming alcohol, including the amount of alcohol consumed, how fast it is consumed, and a person’s body weight, food intake, and general health.

12 . Refusal to submit to chemical testing when requested by law enforcement:

All of the above. Refusal to submit to chemical testing will result in two criminal charges: Driving Under the Influence (DUI) and Refusal. These charges may be treated separately in court. If you refuse to take a chemical test, the DMV is required to revoke your driving privileges and 10 points will be added to your license.

13 . Driving at night requires increased caution because:

Accidents occur more frequently at night. Because it is dark, drivers cannot see as well at night as they can during the day. From one half hour after sunset until one half hour before sunrise, or at any other time when persons or vehicles are not visible for 500 feet, drivers must use their headlights.

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