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Q-151 name moving violation convictions that add eight points to your driver record?
Ans. [1] leaving seen of accident (personal injury).

Q-152 what is blood alcohol concentration (bac)?
Ans. The blood alcohol content (bac) is a scientific method to measure how much alcohol can affect you.

Q-153 at what BAC level does your risk of causing a motor vehicle accident becomes 25 times or greater?
Ans. At 0.15%.

Q-154 if you commit a moving violation in another state, will it become part of your New Jersey driver record?
Ans. Yes, under the interstate compacts.

Q-155 can you ask another person to take the driver test for you? And, will anything happen if you do?
Ans. No you cannot. If you do, you may have to pay fine of $20-$500 maximum and may serve 30-90 days in prison. Your

privilege to have license can also be taken away.

Q-156 what you will do if your car tire blowout/
Ans. Hold the steering wheel firmly and keep the car going straight. Slow down gradually. Take your foot off the gas pedal, but do not apply the brakes. Let car slow down on its own. Then pull off the road and apply the brakes when the car is almost stopped.

Q-157 what you will do if your brake fails/
Ans. Shift to a lower gear and pump the brake pedal fast and hard several times. This may build the enough brake pressure to stop the car. If that does not work, use the parking brake. But hold the brake rease so you can let up if the rear wheels lock and you begin to skid. Find the pace to stop.

Q-158 what you will do if gas pedal fails?
Ans. Keep your eyes on the road. Quickly shift to neutral. Pull off the road as soon as you can. As you bring your car to a stop, turn off the engine.

Q-159 what you will do if windshield wiper fails?
Ans. Roll down your side window and put your head out so that you can see ahead. Brake and pull off the road.

Q-160 what you will do as last minute choices of an accident?
Ans. First of all do not get panic. If collision looks possible, turn away from the oncoming traffic even if it means leaving the road. Drive (rather than skid) off the road. Choose to hit something that will give way (such as brush or shrubs) rather than something hard. Choose to hit something going your way rather than something that is not moving. Choose to hit something not moving rather than something moving towards you. If you have to hit anything, try to make it a glancing blow. A sideswipe, for example, will help you slow down. Try never to hit anything head-on.

Q-161 what you will do if you hit a parked car with no driver inside?
Ans. Notify the police. Try to find the owner. If you cannot do so, leave a note where it can be seen on the car. The note should include your name, address, and driver’s license number.

Q-162 what are the important facts about the license plate?
[1] report lost or stolen plates to your local police. Retain a copy of the complaint receipt.
[2] replace lost or damaged plates within 24 hours at any agency and turn in the old plates at an agency or inspection station.
[3] transfer the plates to your new vehicle. Most plates are transferable.
[4] if you sell the vehicle, take out the plates and return to an agency or inspection station, ask for a receipt and keep it in a safe place.
[5] place only valid plates on the vehicle, forged or counterfeit plates may result in a fine up to $500, unto 60-day imprisonment, or a license suspension of up to six month or both.

Q-163 what is the time period for car inspection on new and used cars?
Ans. For new nothing if it is from NJ state, and if it is from out of NJ state 14 days after the registration. For used cars 14 days from the registration or accept the time left on the previous owner’s inspection sticker.

Q-164 what are the common requirement for inspection sticker?
Ans. Emissions test, inspection of steering, suspension, horn, wipers, window glazing, lights, direction signals, red lights, mirrors, brakes, and hazard signals and the catalytic converter.

Q-165 what is the minimum amount of insurance requirement to take?
[1] $15,000 for injury to, or death of, one person in any one accident.
[2] $30,000 for injury to, or death of, more than one person in any one accident.
[3] $5,000 for damages to property in any one accident.

Q-166 what is the penalties for not to keep insurance card with you when driving?
Ans. [1] maximum fine is $100. Driving an uninsured vehicle is against the law. For a first offense, the minimum fine is $300, maximum $1000, also a term of community service decided by the court, a one-year license suspension, and a yearly insurance surcharge of $250 for three years (total $750). To restore your license, you must pay $50 fee. Penalties for subsequent offenses, maximum fine of $5,000, 14 days in jail, 30 days of community service and two -year driving privilege suspension.

Q-167 what is hove lane and its symbol?
Ans. High occupancy vehicle, it’s in white color in diamond shapes. This lane have certain time frame when more then two people in the car can drive in that lane.

Q-168 what does [1] two yellow solid lines, [2] yellow solid and dashed lines, [3] white lines, [4] white dashed lines, [5] white edge lines, and [6] two white solid lines across the road mean?
[1] two solid yellow lines mean do not cross to pass.
[2] yellow solid and dashed lines mean if the solid yellow line is on your side, then do not cross to pass, and if the dashed yellow line is on your side, then you can cross to pass before the solid line starts again.
[3] white lines mean it separate the traffic going in the same direction when there is more then one lane.
[4] white dashed line means it separates the traffic lane on musty-lane highway.
[5] two white solid lines across the road mean it is a pedestrian crossing lane.

Q-169 explain the traffic signals, shapes and color.
Ans. Three category, warning, regulatory, and guide. Warning signs: are in yellow color in background and in black symbol inside and in diamond shape. Example: school, sharp drive, slippery when wet, railroad, hill merge, speed post to slow, sharp turn, divided highway. Roadwork signs: orange color, diamond shape, and black symbol.

Example: lane shifts, uneven pavement and detours, lane closings, floggers. Motorist service signs: are in white letters or symbol on blue background. Provide information about motorist services. Example: hospital, camping, handicapped, gas-food, lodging, next right, phone.

Regulatory signs: generally rectangular with the longer dimension vertical, and have black legend and border on a white background.
color shape message
black vertical rectangle regulation (such as speed sign)
blue rectangle, square motorist services - information
brown rectangle public recreation - scenic guide
green rectangle direction guidance
orange diamond construction, maintenance, warn
red octagon stop signs only
red triangle yield signs
white various regulations
yellow pennant no passing warning sign
yellow pentagon school signs
yellow round railroad warning sign
yellow diamond roadway hazard signs

Q-170 explain the traffic signals.
[1] solid red - stop
[2] flashing red - stop, yield to traffic and pedestrians, then go only when safe.
[3] solid yellow - stop before entering the intersection or crosswalk, unless the vehicle is so close to the intersection that it cannot be stopped safely. A yellow arrow means the @@signal is changing front green to red, gives driver a chance to stop.
[4] flashing yellow - slow down and proceed with care.
[5] solid green - go if intersection is clear. Yield to pedestrians and vehicles still in the intersection and when you turn right or left. Yield to vehicles going straight.
[6] green arrow - when shown alone or in combination with the red signal, proceed only as shown by the arrow.
[7] unlit signal (not working) stop. If no one is directing then look left and right. Yield to traffic coming from your right or left. Go only when safe.
[8] steady don’t walk or raised palm symbol (both orange) - pedestrian must not leave the sidewalk or enter the roadway when facing light.
[9] flashing don’t walk - pedestrians should not cross the road.
[10] steady walk or pedestrian silhouette (both with) - pedestrian facing to signal should cross the road.

Q-171 what is [1] an 8-sided traffic sign and [2] a rectangular sign mean?
Ans. [1] stop sign, [2] yield sign.

Q-172 what does a yellow solid stripe on your side of the roadway center line mean:
Ans. Do not pass

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