# AAA Flashcards Chapter 8

An adequate space margin is one that provides a driver with:
all of the above are correct (time, space, visibility)

For safe travel you should identify a stopping zone ahead along your path of travel of at least:
4 to 5 seconds

When you are driving, it is most difficult to control the space to your:
rear

When selecting a path of travel, you should give attention to:
visibility, space, traffic flow, traction and laws.

In traffic, the best way for you to provide an emergency space path is the maintain adequate space to the:
front and at least one side of your vehicle.

When a driver is following you too closely (tailgaiting), you should give additional space to:
your front and at least one side

When faced with dangers close to both sides of your pathway you should give up:
more space to the side with the most serious consequences.

You are travelling on a narrow two-lane road and are approaching a child riding his bike on the right side of the road. A line of oncoming vehicles following a slow moving truck is approaching in the oncoming lane. You should flash your lights, tap your horn and:
slow down and move closer to the truck.

Maintaining a proper following interval and visual control zone with identified alternate paths of travel allows you:
more time to make decisions

A reasonable and proper speed for any set of conditions is a speed that:
assures a safe travel path.

Which of the following is not one of the 3 major highway conditions that require you to adjust speed?
time

how fast you drive is determined by:
both a and b are correct (posted speed limit and highway conditions)

You should make a larger reduction in your speed when:
the consequences of the a possible collision are greater

You should allow space for:
not only those dangers you can see, but also those you cannot see.

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