What are the three levels of braking?
Coasting – Level of braking in which releasing the accelerator stops the vehicle’s forward propulsion. Controlled braking – Level of braking done with sufficient pressure to slow the vehicle. Engine acceleration – Releasing pressure from the brake pedal, allowing the low idle of the engine to move the vehicle forward.
What is normal turning speed?
Generally the ideal speed at the apex of a right turn is 10-15 MPH. The ideal speed in the middle of a left turn is usually 15-20 MPH. The ideal turn speed will vary depending on the width of the road, degree of the turn and weather conditions, but the speeds stated above will be accurate about 85-90% of the time.
What lane position should you be in when getting ready to make a left hand turn?
If you are turning from the left side, left-turn lane, enter the left lane on the right of the yellow dividing line. If you are turning from the right side, left-turn lane, enter the right lane. Some streets have a center lane marked as a two-way left-turn lane.
When making a left hand turn you must always come to a complete stop to yield the right of way to oncoming traffic?
When you’re making a left-hand turn, you should always give the right-of-way to drivers who don’t have stop signs or yield signs. If you’re turning left at a green light, pull out into the intersection but wait to turn left until all oncoming traffic has passed.
What are the three most important actions you can take to avoid conflict?
The three important actions to execute are controlling sped, steering, and communication.
How can knowledge and experience help you make accurate predictions 72 73?
How can knowledge and experience help you make accurate predictions? Knowledge and experience improve your ability to make predictions that are more accurate. What three decisions must be made when applying the IPDE Process? You may decide to change speed, change direction, or decide to communicate.