FREE LTO Traffic Safety Questions and Answers

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If you become blinded by an oncoming car's headlights, you should:

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This way, you'll have more time to avoid or deal with any obstacles along the way. While you wait for your eyes to adjust, you should move to the right side of the road, away from the approaching vehicle.

What is appropriate to do when you're done driving onto a bend?

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After completing the turn, it is necessary to speed up sufficiently so as to either merge back into traffic or keep up the appropriate pace. The vehicle's reduced speed could cause disruptions in traffic flow or unsafe merging or lane changes if the driver does not take action to increase speed.

What should you do as a traffic intersection approaches?

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Reduce your speed as you approach a traffic intersection and be prepared to stop if the traffic signal turns amber. The amber light acts as a warning that the signal will turn red shortly. If stopping before the intersection is safe, you should do so.

When you get on the expressway, you should be:

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Keeping the same speed as other cars on the expressway is important for safety, traffic flow, and causing as few problems as possible.

When another driver abruptly cuts in front of you to the left, what is the best way to respond?

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This will create more space between you and the car in front of you without you having to slam on your brakes or change lanes.

When driving, if your cell phone rings, you should:

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To prevent accidents, If your phone rings while you're on the road, let your voice mail answer it and don't read texts. If you must respond, stop and park in a secure area before using your phone.

The hardest part of switching lanes is:

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"Changing lanes can indeed be challenging, and you are right that estimating the speed and distance of vehicles behind you is one of the most critical aspects.
Changing lanes should be a deliberate and well-executed maneuver. Take your time, be patient, and prioritize safety over convenience. If you're uncertain about changing lanes, it's better to wait until you have a clearer view of the traffic behind you."

Which of the following is the correct way to perform changing lanes?

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When changing lanes, it's important to check both your rearview mirror and over your shoulder quickly as mirrors have blind spots too.

What should you do if you were involved in a small accident on the road?

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In the event of a small traffic collision, it is crucial to take these steps to ensure everyone's well-being, help facilitate the legal and insurance processes, and prioritize personal safety.

If your car begins to aquaplane, what are you supposed to do?

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If you start aquaplaning, you might want to hit the brakes hard, but that won't help. Instead, take your foot off the gas slowly and keep the wheel straight. When the car starts to move again, use the brakes gently to slow it down.

Overtaking other vehicles and driving faster than the speed limit:

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On two-way streets, it's not safe to pass other vehicles. The risk of being involved in an accident rises each time you pass a car.

In order to drive safely when it's raining, it's best to:

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Due to the increased probability of tire lockup under sudden braking, driving slowly is essential in this case.

When stopping suddenly on a wet road, you should do the following so that your car doesn't skid:

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Applying hard and constant pressure on the footbrake until the car stops is the best way to prevent skidding on a wet road during emergency braking. Don't rely on the handbrake alone if you need to stop quickly on a slippery surface; it wasn't made for that.

Many collisions could be stopped if people on the road:

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"Anticipating and reacting appropriately to traffic hazards are essential skills for all road users to prevent accidents and promote road safety.
Preventing accidents requires a collective effort from all road users—drivers, pedestrians, cyclists, and motorcyclists. By adopting safe driving habits and being considerate of others, we can significantly reduce the number of accidents on our roads."

The speed limit on the road where you are traveling is 50 km/h. The average speed of the surrounding vehicles is 55 km/h. You're allowed to drive:

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The posted speed limit is 50 km/h, and you must adhere to it regardless of how quickly other vehicles are moving. As such, you should drive "No faster than 50 km/h."

What should you do when you come to a stop behind a large vehicle?

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It's important to keep your distance from large vehicles since you need to keep an eye out for things like debris and other vehicles up ahead.

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