Impact Texas Teen Drivers Answers

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IMPACT Texas Teen Drivers LESSON ANSWERS – Please actually watch the videos. They are extremely good and well put together, plus you gain great knowledge by watching.

ITTD Lesson 1 Answers

Drinking a latte or soda, texting, applying make-up, viewing a GPS or chatting with friends while driving are ALL distractions that can result in fatal crashes.
True
Over 3000 teens per year, between 15 and 20 years of age lose their lives in fatal crashes.
True
Fatal crashes resulting from distracted driving are 100% preventable.
True
It’s important to realize that when it comes to distracted driving it is not about bad teens doing bad things, it’s about good teens making poor choices.
True
Whether you are the driver or passenger, it’s extremely important to always make good choices and to speak up when you find yourself in an unsafe situation.
True

 

ITTD Lesson 2 Answers

The estimated economic loss of ALL motor vehicle crashes in 2012 was $26,000.
False
There wasn’t one day without a death on Texas roadways in 2012.
True
Over 230,506 people were injured in motor vehicle traffic crashes in 1907.
False
In 2012, one person was killed in a car crash every 2 hours 35 minutes.
True
91,264 Texas teen drivers between the ages of 15 and 19 were involved in crashes during a one year period.
True

ITTD Lesson 3 Answers

Drugs are the #1 killer of teens in America.
False
Drivers between the ages of 55 – 70 have the largest proportion of drivers killed due to distracted driving.
False
Teens renamed the Probability Wheel, “It Probably Won’t Happen to Me Wheel”.
False
Distracted driving can take a life in a blink of an eye.
True
400,000 people are seriously injured in car crashes each year.
True

ITTD Lesson 4 Answers

What is the definition of distracted driving?
Any activity that could divert a person’s attention away from the primary task of driving.
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ITTD Lesson 5 Answers

Texting while driving is not that bad if you are an experienced driver.
False
To operate a vehicle safely, drivers must know how to operate all of their vehicle controls.
True
While driving, if you have to send a text message it’s safer to send a short message with acronyms or abbreviations.
False
In Amanda’s video she was involved in a crash that took her life exactly one year from the date of her first collision.
True
After the crash Amanda’s parents learned she was using her phone while driving.
True

ITTD Lesson 6 Answers

InTEXTicated is a term that can describe a person who is distracted by texting while they are driving.
True
It’s more dangerous to be inTOXicated while driving than to text while driving.
False
Several behaviors can be signs of both distracted and intoxicated drivers.
True
If a law enforcement officer spots a driver crossing multiple lanes, they can automatically assume they are intoxicated.
False
Texting for many teens is their primary form of communication.
True

ITTD Lesson 7 Answers

There is only one phase for GDL restrictions.
False
In order to graduate to GDL Phase II, teens must hold the Learner License for at least 6 months and be 16 years of age.
True
During GDL phase I, minors are restricted to practicing their driving skills with an authorized adult.
True
During GDL Phase II: The hours of operations and number of passengers are limited. The use of wireless communication devices are prohibited whether hands free or not.
True
GDL restrictions last forever.
False

ITTD Lesson 2-8 Answers

The estimated economic loss of ALL motor vehicle crashes in 2012 was $26,000.
FALSE
There wasn’t one day without a death on Texas roadways in 2012.
TRUE
Over 230,506 people were injured in motor vehicle traffic crashes in 1907
FALSE
In 2012 one person was killed in a car crash every 2 hours 35 minutes
TRUE
91,264 Texas teen drivers between the ages of 15 and 19 were involved in crashes during a one year period.
TRUE
Drugs are the #1 killer of teens in America
FALSE
Drivers between the ages of 55-70 have the largest proportion drivers killed due to distracted driving.
FALSE
Teens renamed the probability wheel, “It probably won’t happen to me wheel”
FALSE
Distracted driving can take a life in a blink of an eye
TRUE
400,000 people are seriously injured in car crashes each year
TRUE
What is the definition of distracted driving?
Any activity that could divert a persons attention away from the primary task of driving.
Texting while driving is not that bad if you are an experienced driver
FALSE
To operate a vehicle safety drivers must know how to operate all of their vehicle controls.
TRUE
While driving,if you have to send a text message its safer to send a short message with acronyms or abbreviations
FALSE
In Amanda’s video she was involved in a crash that took her life exactly one year from the date of her first collision
TRUE
After the crash Amanda’s parents learned she was using her phone while driving
TRUE
InETEXTicated is a term that can describe a person who is distracted by texting while they are driving
TRUE
It’s more dangerous to be inTOXicated while driving than to text while driving
FALSE
Several behaviors can be signs of both distracted and intoxicated drivers
TRUE
If a law enforcement officer spots a driver crossing multiple lanes,they can automatically assume they are intoxicated
FALSE
Texting for many teens is their primary for of communication
TRUE
There is only one phase for GDL restrictions
FALSE
In order to graduate to GDL phase II teens must hold the learner licence for at least 6 months and be 16 years of age
TRUE
During GDL phase I,minors are restricted to practice their driving skills with an authorized adult
TRUE
During GDL phase II the hours of operations and number of passengers are limited, The use of wireless communication devices are prohibited whether hands free or not
TRUE
GDL restrictions last forever
FALSE

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