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7. Blindspots for Cars

No matter how good your peripheral vision is, there will still be areas to the sides and behind your vehicle that cannot be seen. These areas are referred to as blind spots.

Other vehicles, especially small ones such as motorcycles, are easily hidden in your blind spots.

Using your rear view mirror will not eliminate all blind spots, so when changing lanes you need to check for vehicles in your blind spot by turning your head and looking into the lane you want to enter.

Large vehicles such as trucks have more extensive blind spots than small vehicles.

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Lesson 3 Quiz


You will now answer 5 questions to test what you learned during this lesson. You must answer all questions correctly to receive completion credit for this lesson. You may answer the questions as many times as necessary to get them right.

You should review the lesson material if you don't do well on the quiz.

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  2. Your "Field of Vision" is:


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  3. When listening to your car radio, or other audio device:


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  4. The colorless, odorless and poisonous gas from the exhaust is called:


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  5. The "P" in the SIPDE process stands for:


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