CC Nov 2015 Driver 5 (Parking)

echoecho's version from 2015-11-22 22:47


Question Answer
When you park on a sloping driveway, why should you turn the wheels when parking?so the vehicle will not roll into the street if the brakes fail
When you park downhill, turn your front wheels toward where and also set what?into the curb or toward the side of the road and SET your parking brake
When you park headed uphill, turn your front wheels how and do what additional steps should be done and where should the wheel touch, then set what?1) turn wheels AWAY from the curb 2) let the vehicle roll back a few inches 3) the wheel should gently touch the curb 4) set your parking brake
When you park headed either uphill or downhill when there is no curb, turn the wheels where?so the vehicle will roll away from the center of the roud if the brakes fail
Always set what and leave the vehicle in gear or in the "___" position?set the parking brake; park
Look for a space at least ____ feet longer than your vehicle to safely park in the space w/o striking another vehicle or object. When you find a space ____ your intension to park?3; signal
Pull your vehicle alongside the vehicle in front of your space, if any, ____ feet away from it and ____ aligned. Check your rear view mirrow and look over your shoulder for approaching vehicles. Brake gently so approaching vehicles behind you will see the brake lights and stop to allow you to park. Keep your foot on the brake and put the vehicle in reverse. Maintain the ____ signal?2; bumpers; turn
lift your foot off the brake. Check your mirrors and look over your shoulder to make sure the street is clear of traffic before you begin to back up. Look over your shoulder at the space to make sure it is clear of any objects, pedestrians, animals. Begin to back up while turng the wheel hard toward the ______; you want the angle to be sharp but not too _____?curb; sharp
Once the back of your seat is aligned with the rear bumper of the vehicle in front of the empty space, beging doing what?begin turning the sterring wheel AWAY from the curb
Next, straighten out. Your vehicle should now be about ____ inches from and parallel to the curb. You might have to adjust your vehicle forward or backward before you put your vehicle in park and turn off the engine. Check your mirros and look over your ___ shoudler for oncoming traffic or bicyclists before you exit?6; left
What does a white colored curb mean?stop only long enough to pick up or drop off passengers or mail
What does a green colored curb mean?park for a limited time. Look for a posted sign next ot the green zone for time limits or locate the time limited painted on the curb
What does a yellow colored curb mean?stop no longer than the time posted to load orunload passengers or freight. Drivers of non-commercial vehicles are usually required to stay with the vehicle
What does a red colored curb mean?no stopping, standing, or parking (buses may stop at a red zone marked for buses)
What does a blue colored curb mean?1) parking is permited only for a disabled person or a driver of a disabled person who displays a placard or a special license plate for disabled persons or disabled veterans 2) Disabled people with aplacard or special plates may park in special areas for unlimited periods of time, regardless of time restrictions 3) no one other than a disable person or a driver of a disable person may park there 4) a CROSSHATCHED DIAGONAL LINE AREA adjacent to a designated disable parking space is a NO PARKING area. Apply at any DMV office. 6) an identificaiton card will be issued to holders or disabled person or disabled veteran license plates
Placard abuse resuljts in loss of special parking privileges. It is also a misdemeanor and punishable by a fine of up to $______, imprisonment in county jail for up to ____ months or both?$1000; 6
List 5 examples of placard abuse?1) using a placard after it has been reported lost or stolen without reporting that the placard was found 2) loaning your placard to friends or family members (disabled or note) 3) interchanging placards with friends or family members 4) using a placard when the person it was issued to is not in the vehicle with you (disable child, family member, disabled employer) 5) using a deceased person's placard 6)
Disabled plates and /or placard must be surrendered or returned to the nearest DMV within l____ days of death of the disabled person. The plates and/or placard can also be mailed to what address?60; DMV PO BOX 942869 MS D238, Sacramento, CA 94269-0001
Never park or leave your vehicle where there is a "___ ___" sign?no parking
Never park or leave your vehicle on a marked or unmarked crosswalk, sidewalk, partially blocking a sidewalk or in front of a ______?driveway
Never park or leave your vehicle within ____ feet of a sidewalk ramp for disabled persons or in front or on a curb that provides ______ access to a sidewalk?3; wheelchair
Never park or leave your vehicle in a disable person parking space, unless what?you are disabled and display a placard or special plates
Never park or leave your vehicle in the space next to a disabled person parking space if it is painted in a _______ pattern?crosshatched (diagonal)
Never park or leave your vehicle in a space designated for parking or fueling zero-emission vehicles which display an identifying ___?decal
Never park or leave your vehicle in a tunnel or on a bridge, except when?permitted by signs
Never park or leave your vehicle within ____ feet of a fire hydrant or a fire station driveway?15
Never park or leave your vehicle on or within _____ feet of a railroad track?7 1/2
Never park or leave your vehicle between a safety zone and the ____?curb
Never park or leave your vehicle "______ _______" (parking in the street hwen all legal parking places at the curb are taken)double parked
Never park or leave your vehicle on the wrong side of the street, true or falsetrue
Never park or leave your vehicle at a _____ colored curb?red
Never park or leave your vehicle on a freeway, EXCEPT for 3 scenarios?1) in an emergency 2) when a peace officer or device requires a stop 3) where a stop is specifically permitted. A vehicle (even if disabled) that is topped, parked or left stnaidng on a freeway for more than four hours may be removed)
If you must stop on a freeway, how should you park?1) park completely off the pavement 2) stay in your vehicle with the doors locked until help arrives 3) leave enough space for other vehicles to freey pass by your vehicle 4) your vehicle should be visible for at least 200 feet in either direction
When you park alongside a curb on a level street, the front and back sheels must be parallel and within ____ inches of the curb. Park parallel to the street if there no _____?18; curb
Never leave your vehicle while the engine is still running. What should you do?1) stop the engine 2) set the parking brake
When you are ready to exit your vehicle, do what?1) look carefullyh for passing vehicles, bicyclists, and motorcyclists 2) do not open the driver's side door unless it is safe to do so and you do not interfere with traffice 3) do not leave the door open any longer than necessary