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17 . To enter highway traffic, you need at least:

Any time you want to merge into traffic, you need to find an opening large enough for you to merge safely. If you move into the middle of a four-second opening, both you and the driver behind you have a two-second following distance.

18 . The first thing that alcohol effects is:

Alcohol reduces all of the important abilities you need to drive safely. Alcohol goes from your stomach to your blood, then from your blood to all other parts of your body. Alcohol affects the areas of your brain that control judgment and skill.

19 . If you must park your vehicle in an area not usually used for parking:

Drivers are responsible for making sure their vehicles do not become hazards after they have been parked. Wherever you park, make sure your car is visible to drivers approaching from any direction.

20 . A steady green traffic light at an intersection means:

A steady green traffic light indicates that the driver may continue through the intersection. The driver should yield to traffic or pedestrians already in the intersection and proceed when the intersection is clear.

21 . When driving at night, you should:

Increase your following distance when it is difficult to see due to darkness. Use headlights to increase visibility, following the rules for proper use of high beams and low beams. Avoid looking directly at the headlights of an oncoming vehicle to avoid being blinded by the glare.

22 . Just like alcohol and other drugs, drowsiness can:

Not getting enough sleep is a cause of poor driving behavior. Just like drugs and alcohol, sleepiness slows reaction time, decreases awareness, and impairs judgment.

23 . If you are being followed too closely on a two-lane road:

If you are being followed too closely by another driver, merge into a different lane. If there is no lane available for merging, wait until the road ahead is clear and slowly reduce your speed. This will encourage the tailgater to drive around you.

24 . Fines for speeding in work zones:

In Connecticut, anyone convicted of speeding, disobeying traffic control devices, using an improper lane, or endangering a highway worker within a work zone can face fines of up to $1,000, can be assessed points against their driver license, and may be required to complete the driver retraining program. In addition, distracted driving fines are doubled for anyone convicted of illegally using a hand-held cellular phone or mobile electronic device while driving in a work zone.

25 . Which of the following blocks the smooth flow of traffic?

Rubbernecking (the practice of slowing down to look at collisions or other out-of-the-ordinary things) contributes to traffic congestion and should be avoided.

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