Stopping distances test

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1. How may a driver's reaction time be affected?

  • if a driver is on drugs or drunk or tired it will increase
  • if the car is going quickly
  • if a driver is on drugs or drunk or tired it will decrease
  • if somebody is focused on the road
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2. How does the mass of a vehicle affect thinking distance?

  • decreases
  • Not at all
  • increases
  • may increase or decrease

3. If a car had a stopping distance of 13 ft, and a thinking distance of 5 ft,what would the braking distance be?

  • 19ft
  • 8ft
  • 18ft
  • 9ft

4. How may a vehicle with a high mass affect braking distance?

  • decreases because it makes less friction
  • It increases as it takes more force to stop a vehicle with a higher mass
  • increases because it creates more friction
  • Decreases as it take more force to stop a vehicle with a higher mass

5. Which of the below changes thinking distance?

  • state of the road
  • speed
  • state of the brakes
  • amount of friction between the tyres and the road

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