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D.E.P. Academy Chapter 9 Test. Seven correct answers is passing and should be submitted. Please include your name and birth date when submitting results. If your computer won't submit the results, please print the completed test and mail it to us. Good Luck!
1. Pedestrian safety is a serious issue. One in six traffic fatalities is:

A pedestrian in a crosswalk.
A bird.
A dog and it's owner.

2. If a pedestrian is in a crosswalk in the middle of the block:

The pedestrian has the right-of-way.
Cars have the right-of-way.
Cars have the right-of-way, but they can't hit pedestrians.

3. When can you merge into a bike lane for a right turn?

No more than 200 feet before turning.
Never.
No more than 100 feet before turning.

4. The speed limit for a school zone where children are present is _______ mph unless otherwise posted.

15
25
35

5. When a school bus with it's red lights flashing is stopped ahead on you, you must:

Stop until the children are done unloading.
Stop until the red lights stop flashing.
Change lanes, drive slowly, and pass cautiously.

6. When you see a flashing yellow light near a crosswalk you should ......

Always stop at the crosswalk.
Stop at the crosswalk until a crossing guard signals you to go.
Be prepared to stop if pedestrians are in the crosswalk.

7. Instructions from a school crossing guard must be obeyed .......

At all times.
Only during school hours.
Only when children are present in front of a school.

8. You must look for bicycles in the same lanes used by motor vehicles because they .....

Have the right-of-way.
Must ride facing oncoming traffic.
Are entitled to share the road with you.

9. Generally speaking, you know you are in a truck's blind spot if .....

You follow no closer than six feet.
You stay close to the vehicles right front wheel.
You can't see the truck driver in the side mirror.

10. To pass a bicyclist in a narrow traffic lane, when a car is approaching, you should .....

Drive into the oncoming lane to pass the bicyclist.
Slow down to let the car pass, the pass.
Speed up to pass the bicyclist before the oncoming car comes.

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