Sharing the Road

1. A blind person legally has the right-of-way when crossing the street when he is
Wearing light-colored clothing.
Led by a guide dog, or using a white or metallic cane.
Helped by another person.
Wearing dark-colored glasses.

2. A bicyclist differs from a motorist in that he isn't required to
Obey the same traffic laws.
Signal all turns.
Report accidents resulting in serious injury.
Insure the bicycle.

3. On a road which has no sidewalks a pedestrian should walk on the
Side of the road which has the lightest traffic.
Same side of the road in which traffic is moving.
Side of the road facing oncoming traffic.
Side of the road which has the heaviest traffic.

4. A motorist should know that a bicyclist operating on a roadway must
Ride on the right side of the road.
Ride on the side of the road facing traffic.
Ride on either side of the road.
Ride on the side of the road with the least traffic.

5. What does a "slow moving vehicle" emblem look like
A square red sign.
A round green sign.
A diamond-shaped yellow sign.
A triangular orange sign.

6. Motorists should be aware that all bicycles used after dark must have
Reflective handlebar grips.
Front headlight and red taillight.
White reflectors on the front and rear fenders.
Brake lights.

7. A motorist approaching a bicyclist should
Speed up to pass him.
Proceed as usual.
Swerve into the opposite lane.
Exercise extreme caution.

8. You want to back out of your driveway. You see children playing nearby. Before you start to move your car you should
Race your motor to warn the children that you are moving.
Sound your horn so the children will hear you.
Walk to the back of the car to be sure the way is clear.
Tell the children to stay away from the driveway.