Winter Driving Safety Quiz

  • Test your knowledge to see if you are prepared for this winter's weather challenges.

  • At the start of winter, many drivers are out of practice and need time to adjust their driving habits.

    The first winter storm of the season is considered by many to be the most dangerous because:

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    Many motorists are not prepared for winter weather
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    Emergency crews may not be prepared
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    You may not be accustomed to driving during winter weather conditions yet
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    All of the above
  • Expect ice to form at intersections, bridges and shaded areas whenever the temperature is, or has recently been, below freezing.

    Ice may be more likely to form at intersections, bridges and shaded areas.

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    True
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    False
  • Reducing speed, increasing following distance, and turning and braking carefully are critical.

    Steps to reducing weather-related accidents include:

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    Reducing speed
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    Increasing following distance
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    Turning and braking carefully on slippery roads
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    All of the above
  • Keeping your headlights on during weather conditions can help other motorists see you better.

    To help make your vehicle more visible to others during adverse weather, you should:

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    Drive with your headlights on
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    Flash your headlights
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    Turn on your emergency flashers
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    All of the above
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