Asked: Why are most people against pitbulls?
Most people are against pitnull a instead if the owners I have a pitbull and he is sweetest dog ever he wouldn't bite somebody unless they were messing with me or my family
Asked: How much is the plane fare for a dog from Australia to the United States?
Asked: 10 points to the pewrson that helps me the most with driver ed.?
1. Which is NOT a part of the highway transportation system? (1 point)
2. What are the two categories used to explain the basic costs of mobility? (1 point)
crash and noncrash costs
vehicular and non-vehicular costs
mobility and non-mobility costs
3. In the United States, the total cost of motor-vehicle crashes has been estimated at more than ___________ billion dollars every year. (1 point)
4. The way you weigh the benefits you receive from driving is called the (1 point)
5. When an authorized emergency vehicle approaches going the same direction as you, you should (1 point)
move to the far left and stop.
move to the far right and stop.
stop where you are.
6. Yellow lines (1 point)
are used in high occupancy vehicle lanes.
indicate optional lanes.
mark lanes for traffic moving in the same direction.
may be single, double, solid, or broken.
7. The point of driver education is to teach a first-time driver (1 point)
useful knowledge about driving.
management of visibility, time, and space.
awareness of limiting factors.
all of the above.
8. Driver education isn't just about driving. It also explains (1 point)
how your personality/state of mind can affect your driving.
how to maneuver and control your vehicle.
how alcohol impairs your ability to drive.
all of the above.
9. In 1995, federal law was changed to establish a maximum speed limit (1 point)
to be set by each individual state.
of 55 miles per hour.
of 65 miles per hour.
of 70 miles per hour.
10. Motor-vehicle crashes kill _____ percent of people between the ages of 15 to 20. (1 point)
11. The noncrash costs of driving include (1 point)
all of the above.
12. One of the foundations for effective driving is (1 point)
understanding options and choices.
trusting that other drivers know what you're going to do.
being a nice person.
13. Risk of collision an be minimized if you (1 point)
wear your seatbelt.
drive the speed limit.
talk on the phone while driving.
both A and B.
14. Administrative laws establish the procedures for (1 point)
issuing and removing driver's licenses.
choosing vehicle types.
selecting an insurance company.
financing a vehicle.
If your license is revoked, after the time of revocation is finished, you must (1 point)
send a letter of apology.
apply for another driver's license.
continue driving like before.
pay a fine.
Posted speed limits tell you (1 point)
how fast to drive.
the maximum speed at which you can drive under the best conditions.
the slowest speed at which you can drive under the best conditions.
what speed to set your cruise control.
Several states have enacted laws restricting the use of ____ while driving. (1 point)
Which statement is false? (1 point)
You should always yield the right-of-way to any emergency vehicle, such as an ambulance, that has its sirens on and lights flashing.
You should always yield the right-of-way to people who are blind and carrying a white cane or using a guide dog.
You should always yield the right-of-way to cars entering the roadway when they're going in your direction.
You should always yield the right-of-way to pedestrians, especially those using crosswalks.
The basic speed law states that you must (1 point)
drive with the flow of traffic.
drive at the speed at which you feel comfortable.
stay within 10 miles per hour of the speed limit.
always drive at a speed that is reasonable and proper for existing conditions.
An example of reckless driving would be (1 point)
driving under the influence.
listening to the radio while driving.
singing while driving.
driving in the rain.
I know everything Asked: Which president does this describe…?
He's a liar, a communist, and he ate a dog? Hint: he's half black and he was born in Kenya…
Why don’t progressives and liberals and leftists believe the United States has made a heroic stand f
Nathan Drewe Asked: Why don’t progressives and liberals and leftists believe the United States has made a heroic stand f
In the 20th century and through today, the US fought, bled and died for freedom. Would they rather be enthralled by the German Empire, Hitler's Reich, Hirohito's Rising Sun, Soviet genocide, Chinese Communist famine, North Korean paranoia and hunger, and Casto's old cars? They'd want to see the skulls piled up like what the Khmer Rouge did? They want to swim in the Aral Sea? Did Stalin care about the Ukraine famine he created? Was Stalin playing with his dog?
Killer530 Asked: Need help! Proofread my intro? Feedback?
Have you ever wondered when or why the police were created? During the 1600s and 1700s African Americans were enslaved by the U.S., treating them literally like dogs. It wasnt until the early 1700s when slaves started revolting against slavery that the United States had to come up with a way to settle these riots slaves were holding. By the late 1700s and early 1800s slavery was being abolished in different parts of our Country, and a group of so called law enforcers were ones in charge of keeping these black people out of trouble, as well as other immigrants coming into the Country. As you can just imagine, African Americans werent treated like the average American. Instead, they were targeted more often than any other group. As time went by, the police became an international and worldwide organization exercising power to keep everything at peace. The epidemic that has long been ignored has come to such an extent nowadays that it must be dealt with. Our ignorance, and the feeling of being powerless compared to those who enforce the law has kept us from helping each other during critical moments in our lives. By exposing the different police brutalities and wrongful convictions that African Americans must endure at some point in their lives, I hope will capture the heart's of those who read, listen, and understand my concern for these people and my position. My position is not of one in which is trying to make one think that all police officers and courts are corrupt, but rather, I am trying to get the point across that there are many blacks who get convicted with no real proof of the crimes they have been accused of. Clearly, there are many other races being targeted as well, but my well established idea must be shed upon others to listen. From legitimate evidence showing the police or authorities in charge within certain convictions or circumstances taking matters into their own hands, one will see how out of control it can get.