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Chapter 5 – Match the clues on the left with the words in the list on the right. Place the matching letter in the blank to the left of the number.
The imaginary line that extends from your eyes to the point of focus.
Detects changes in color and object movement, providing you with information about moving or stationary objects that could be threats along the intended path of travel.
An area 20 to 30 seconds from the front of the vehicle and is critical in gaining as much information as possible from the driving scene.
Looking for other roadway users or conditions in or adjacent to the projected path of travel that could increase the level of risk.
How far you will continue to travel, in ideal conditions; before you physically apply the brakes, in response to a hazard seen ahead.
Provides detail of objects and conditions and is the primary visual function employed in targeting.
The total minimum distance your vehicle has travelled, in ideal conditions; with everything considered, until you can bring your vehicle to a full stop.
The entire area of the highway and surroundings that you can see at any given moment.
Distance between your vehicle and other roadway users.
Is used to judge depth and position and provides information about objects close to the travel path and lane position.
How far your vehicle travels, in ideal conditions; from the time your eyes see a hazard until your brain recognizes it.
How far your vehicle will travel, in ideal conditions; while you are braking.
Checking sides and rear for speed and lane position options.
The space into which you can safely direct your vehicle with the lowest possible risk.
Changing your speed, position/and or communicating.
What does searching for threatening objects or conditions in traffic depend on most?
When you look far and near and side to side you are:
The best way to keep from getting involved in emergency driving situations is to:
Which step of the decision process has a driver just taken when he determines what will probably happen in a driving situation?
Managing space when driving means managing the distance between a driver’s vehicle and the vehicle:
The reason for making visual checks to the left or right before changing lanes is because: