if you can see a car ten miles away all I can say is WOW :roll:Smitty said:Well, I think their answer to number seven is incorrect. How can one wait until ALL oncomiing traffic has gone by? How about that car ten miles down the road? All "dangerously close" traffic seem more nearly correct to me.
Because its a right of way. If you are turning left and they are going straight...they have the right of way. This isn't an issue at 4-way stops...if a person is turning left (to your right) and you are going straight, you have the right of way. However, after you go...they can then zip across to the left. But at intersections where cross traffic doesnt stop...you have to give the right of way to those who go straight.Smitty said:Well, I think their answer to number seven is incorrect. How can one wait until ALL oncomiing traffic has gone by? How about that car ten miles down the road? All "dangerously close" traffic seem more nearly correct to me.
the answer to that question should be re-worded to something like "untill it is safe to proceed" or "yield the right of way till it's safe to proceed"gdaddy said:7. When waiting to make a left turn, you should give the right-of-way to vehicles coming from the opposite direction: (Select one)
a. Until at least two vehicles have passed
b. Until dangerously close cars have passed
c. Until all of the cars have passed
I can't agree with that one. But not because I can see a car 10 miles down the road but on a busy, main road through town where I live you would die of starvation before no cars were coming towards you. Actually I would probably have someone stuck behind me get out of their car and beat me to death or push me out of their way if I waited for all cars to pass. Of course I teaching my daughter somewhere between b and c. Not just the dangerously close but also the close cars.
That should be binary. one zero in binary is 2 in decimal, one zero in hexidecimal is 16 in decimal so you would need to list off the other 14 choices. Isn't it nice that we let little things slide :lol:Smitty said:"There are 10 kinds of people in the world - those who understand hexadecimal and those who don't".
I dont think it highlighted the incorrect questions. At least didnt for me until I went over each question and realized the bolded answer was not the one I chose.J-mac said:uuum I don't get it??? I answered all the questions correctly and the test results were 95% ??????????
How does that work[/u]