- 1 When approaching a school bus that is stopped on the opposite side of a multilane highway separated by a median drivers?
- 2 Do you have to stop for a school bus on a divided highway in PA?
- 3 What is one situation where a driver doesn’t have to stop for a school bus?
- 4 When stopping for a school bus do you keep a minimum distance?
- 5 What is the first thing a driver should do after deciding to turn?
- 6 Which traffic is required to stop if a school bus makes a passenger stop in the far right lane on a five lane street?
- 7 Is it illegal to go around a school bus?
- 8 When you come to a four way stop who has the right away?
- 9 Can you go around a school bus if the stop sign is not out?
- 10 When driving what is the 3 second rule?
- 11 What is the three second rule?
- 12 What should a driver do when he she gets to a speed bump?
- 13 Should there be seatbelts on school buses?
- 14 Can you speed while passing?
- 15 Is pass to the left a firm rule?
When approaching a school bus that is stopped on the opposite side of a multilane highway separated by a median drivers?
When passing a school bus stopped on the opposite side of a multilane highway with a median or divider, drivers may continue driving. If the highway is not separated by a median or divider, drivers on both sides of the street must stop. 23.37 % of our users get this question wrong.
Do you have to stop for a school bus on a divided highway in PA?
75 Pa. C.S.A. § 3345(g) states that “a driver of a vehicle upon a highway or trafficway with separate roadways need not stop upon meeting or passing a school bus with actuated red signal lights which is on a different roadway.” What does “separate roadway” or “different roadway” mean?
What is one situation where a driver doesn’t have to stop for a school bus?
You are not required to stop for a school bus with red lights flashing when the stopped school bus is traveling in the opposite direction and the roadway: has three or more marked traffic lanes, is separated by a median, or is separated by a physical barrier.
When stopping for a school bus do you keep a minimum distance?
You must stop your vehicle at least 20 feet before reaching a school bus that is stopped with its red lights flashing whether it is on your side of the road, the opposite side of the road, or at an intersection you are approaching. You must remain stopped until the flashing red lights are no longer operating.
What is the first thing a driver should do after deciding to turn?
First you will need to stop at the stop line, make sure that you do not interfere with pedestrians, bicyclists, or vehicles moving on their green light, and make a turn. If a street has a left turn lane, you must use it when you turn left.
Which traffic is required to stop if a school bus makes a passenger stop in the far right lane on a five lane street?
Which traffic is required to stop if a school bus makes a passenger stop in the far right lane on a five-lane street? Lanes going in the same direction as the school bus.
Is it illegal to go around a school bus?
Every one of the 50 States has a law making it illegal to pass a school bus with its red lights flashing and stop-arm extended that is stopped to load or unload students. However, some motorists simply choose to ignore the law. They might be behind the bus, pull onto the shoulder, and pass the bus on the right.
When you come to a four way stop who has the right away?
Yield to right. When two vehicles arrive at a 4-way stop at the same time, and are located side-by-side, the vehicle furthest to the right has the right of way. If three vehicles arrive at the same time, the car furthest left should continue to yield until both of the other cars to the right of them have passed.
Can you go around a school bus if the stop sign is not out?
Cars can pass the school bus after the stop sign is no longer out, the school bus has begun driving or the bus driver signals you can pass. When there are four lanes, the side of traffic without a stopped school bus can continue driving, preferably cautiously.
When driving what is the 3 second rule?
The three-second rule is recommended for passenger vehicles during ideal road and weather conditions. Slow down and increase your following distance even more during adverse weather conditions or when visibility is reduced. Also increase your following distance if you are driving a larger vehicle or towing a trailer.
What is the three second rule?
Basically, you should always allow three full seconds between yourself and the vehicle in front of you. If you find that you’ve passed the marker point before you finish counting the three seconds, you are following the other vehicle too closely. This simple rule works no matter what speed you’re traveling at.
What should a driver do when he she gets to a speed bump?
The best and most comfortable way to go over a speed bump is to accelerate moderately or avoid braking when going over the bump. When you brake, the front end of your vehicle is lowered while accelerating lifts it. Slow down, release the brake before the bump, once you reach the top of the bump, accelerate.
Should there be seatbelts on school buses?
However, there are drawbacks to not having seat belts. To date, only eight states – California, Florida, Louisiana, Nevada, New Jersey, New York and Texas – require seat belts on school buses.
Can you speed while passing?
It varies, but sometimes, when overtaking another car, you are allowed to exceed the speed limit by 10-15 mph. However, some police officers exercise discretion, allowing drivers to exceed the speed limit by a few miles per hour when passing (under certain circumstances).
Is pass to the left a firm rule?
Explanation: You should usually pass other vehicles on the left, but passing on the right is allowed in certain situations. A. Wrong because “pass to the left” is a firm rule.