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Stopping Distances

When driving 20 MPH, one needs ______ to stop the car.12 metres (40 feet)
When driving 30 MPH, one needs ______ to stop the car.23 metres (75 feet)
When driving 40 MPH, one needs ______ to stop the car.36 metres (118 feet)
When driving 50 MPH, one needs ______ to stop the car.53 metres (175 feet)
When driving 70 MPH, one needs ______ to stop the car.96 metres (315 feet)
What Can Cause Heavy Steering?Under-Inflated Tyres
Areas of ______ or _______painted on the road are to separate traffic lanes or to protect traffic turning right.white diagonal stripes or chevrons
A broken white line marks the centre of the road. When it lengthens and the gaps shorten, it means that there is a _____ahead. Do not cross it unless you can see the road is clear well ahead and wish to overtake or turn off.hazard
When driving 60 MPH, one needs ______ to stop the car.73 metres (240 feet)
Stopping distances increase by __ times in icy conditions..10
HR on a sign indicatesHoliday Route
Before entering a tunnelturn your radio to a local channel
What is the speed limit on a dual carriageway?70
The sign signifying the end of a dual carriageway looks like atuning fork

Lexington, MA

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