- What should you never do if you miss your exit?
- Are drivers allowed to exceed the speed limit when passing?
- How far in advance should you signal in a rural area?
- When entering the freeway you should begin to speed up?
- When you want to change lanes you should never?
- What is the most difficult driving season?
- How many feet should you signal before exiting a freeway?
- What is the minimum distance ahead that you should look when driving Alberta?
- What is it called when you are driving too fast to see and stop at night?
- At what speed should you enter a freeway?
- When exiting a freeway you should signal?
- What is the minimum distance you signal and move into the proper lane when exiting a freeway?
- How much in advance should you try to be in the correct lane to exit the highway?
- When you are scanning and looking as you drive how far should your eyes be scanning down the road?
- Can you stop on a freeway onramp?
What should you never do if you miss your exit?
If you miss your exit, DO NOT stop, back up, or try to turn around on the highway.
You will have to get off the highway at the next exit and come back to the exit you missed..
Are drivers allowed to exceed the speed limit when passing?
It is illegal to exceed the speed limit when passing another vehicle. Once the vehicle you have passed is visible in your inside rear view mirror, do a shoulder check to the right. Turn on your right signal light.
How far in advance should you signal in a rural area?
20 to 30 secondsScan your path of travel at least 20 to 30 seconds ahead in rural areas. Mirror check, shoulder check, signal and shoulder check once more before changing lanes. Use the far left-hand lane of a multi-lane highway to pass traffic moving slower than the speed limit, but don’t stay there.
When entering the freeway you should begin to speed up?
You have to be careful when entering the freeway. You should search ahead for traffic on the ramp as well as for a gap in traffic on the freeway. Using the acceleration lane, look for an opening in traffic, signal and accelerate to or near the traffic speed, yield to traffic already on freeway.
When you want to change lanes you should never?
You should never change lanes within an intersection. Before changing lanes, always look over your shoulder to check your blind spot. Be alert to other drivers moving into the same lane.
What is the most difficult driving season?
WinterWinter is the most difficult season in which to drive. In addition to snow and ice on the roads, there are fewer hours of daylight. Before winter weather arrives, make sure your vehicle is in good condition.
How many feet should you signal before exiting a freeway?
100 feetAnswer: When exiting the freeway, the off-ramps provide more than adequate space for a driver to slow down to surface street speeds. A driver should signal his intention to exit the freeway (at least 100 feet before the movement), move onto the exit ramp and then begin to slow for the transition to slower speeds.
What is the minimum distance ahead that you should look when driving Alberta?
When you are driving in an urban area, look at least 12 to 15 seconds ahead of your vehicle. This is about 1 to 1 1/2 blocks. When you are driving in rural areas, look at least 20 to 25 seconds ahead of your vehicle.
What is it called when you are driving too fast to see and stop at night?
You are overdriving your headlights when you go so fast that your stopping distance is farther than you can see with your headlights. This is a dangerous thing to do, because you may not give yourself enough room to make a safe stop.
At what speed should you enter a freeway?
At or near the same speed as the traffic on the freeway. B. 5 to 10 MPH slower than the traffic on the freeway.
When exiting a freeway you should signal?
On highways where traffic travels at much higher speeds, signals should be given at least 150 metres (500 feet) before turning or stopping. Even if your vehicle is equipped with a signalling device, know the proper hand signals.
What is the minimum distance you signal and move into the proper lane when exiting a freeway?
100 feetBefore you stop, turn or change lanes, let the other drivers know what you are going to do by signaling. You can signal with your hand and arm or with your vehicle’s turn signals and brake lights. You should signal at least 100 feet before you turn so the other drivers can be ready.
How much in advance should you try to be in the correct lane to exit the highway?
You should plan ahead and start moving to the lane closest to your destination exit in advance (at least about two miles in advance of reaching your destination exit). Never start changing lanes at the very last minute in order to exit. 2.
When you are scanning and looking as you drive how far should your eyes be scanning down the road?
If you don’t recognize a danger or potential hazard early enough, you’ll never be able to avoid the hazard in the first place. Scanning the road 1/2 mile to a full mile ahead goes completely against our natural human response, yet it’s necessary for safe driving.
Can you stop on a freeway onramp?
When entering a freeway from an on-ramp try to increase your speed to match that of the freeway traffic. Do not merge into traffic until the solid white line has ended. Do not stop in the acceleration lane unless absolutely necessary. Remember, you must yield the rightof-way to the traffic already on the freeway.