Type
Crossword
Description

an increase in vehicle speed. Acceleration
a lane used by drivers entering an expressway to pick up speed so they can merge with expressway traffic. Acceleration lane
actual on the street driving in a dual controlled vehicle under the supervision of a certified instructor. Behind the Wheel
areas to the sides and rear of a vehicle that a driver cannot see in the rearview mirrors Blind spots
red warning lights on the rear of a vehicle that are activated by pressing the service brake pedal. Brake lights
the area around a stopped school bus. Death Zone
a lane used for slowing down as you exit from an expressway Death Zone
art of protecting yourself and others from dangerous and unexpected changes in the driving environment. Defensive driving
ability to judge distance between you and other objects. Depth perception
all the skilled actions a driver must take to drive safely. Driving task
place to go in case of unexpected conflict Escape path
the final step in the SIPDE process in which a driver uses vehicle controls and equipment to change speed, change direction, warn other drivers, or perform a combination of these maneuvers. Execute
the time-and-space gap between vehicles traveling in the same lane of traffic Following distance
the accelerator. Gas pedal

Drivers Ed Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Contact between two or more vehicles Collision
Grooved surface of a tire that grips to the road Tread
Turning the steering wheel too much Oversteering
Not turning the steering wheel enough Understeering
Distance between vehicles Gap
Force keeping the tires from sliding Friction
Turning your vehicle around, then going the opposite way Turnabout
Two wheeled vehicle with a motor and pedal Moped
An eight sided sign that tells you to... Stop
Allowing others to go first Yeild
There are six _____ around the vehicle Zones
The first step in the IPDE process Identify
When stopping, you should see the persons ____ Tires
Percent of collisions that happen at intersections Thirty
When stopping, you should always check you ____ zone Rear
No blockages in your POT is a _____ zone Open
Any blockages in your POT is a _____ zone Closed
Teenagers have a different ___________ rythum than adults Circadian
A fixed object seen in the distance Target
Your vision from the side is your ______________ vision Peripheral
You put this on when making a turn Blinker
Driving is a ______ task Social
A flashing yellow light means Caution

Chapter 2 Signs, Signals, and Roadway Markings Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Speed limits set for special coditions such as sharp curves. Advisory speed limits
Laws stating that you may not drive faster than is safe and prudent for existing conditions, regardless of posted speed limits Basic speed law
Traffic signal the alerts drivers to dangrous conditions or tells them to stop Flashing signal
A complete stop as required at a stop sign or red light full stop
Sign that gives directions,distance,sevices,points of interest,and other information guide sign
Symbols used on traffic signs that give a message without using words international symbols
signal,usually overhead,that tells whether a lane can or cannot be used at a specific time lane signal
Speed limit to keep traffic moving safely by not allowing drivers to drive slower than a certain speed minimum speed limit
SIgnal used at heavy traffic intersections that tell pedestrins whether they should walk or wait pedestrian signal
Sign that controls traffic regulatory sign
Privilege of having immediate use of a certain part of a roadway righ of way
turning right whrn the red si gnal is on unless specifically prohibited to turn right turn on red
Marking that gives you a warning or direction Roadway marking
sections of rough pavement intended to alert divers of approaching roadway construction,tolbooth plaza ,or other traffic conditions rumble strips
portion of a street or highway near a school that is subject to special speed limits school zone
Lane on a usy street that helps drivers mke safer mid-block left turns into business areas from a center lane shared left turn lane
Any signal used to control the movement of traffic TRAFFIC SIGNAL
SIGN THAT ALERTS YOU TO POSSIBLE HAZARDS AND ROAD CODITIONS WARNING SIGN
TO ALLOW ANOTHER VEHICLE OR ROADWAY USER TO PROCEED FIRST YIELD

Drivers ED Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What pedal enables a stick shift vehicle to shift gears clutch pedal
Rear view mirrors can not show what blind spots
A sign with an orange background in a diamond or rectangular shape indicates what construction zone
What is another name for "side vision" peripheral
What lane position should you be in when making a right turn three
What's the first step of the four steps of the IPDE process identify
POT path of travel
LOS line of sight
What color is a stop sign red
What signs can help you avoid surprise situations warning signs
A round, yellow sign with a black "X" and two "Rs" railroad sign
What's one way to communicate while driving blinker

Road Safety Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

You apply this to stop your vehicle Brake
A pace by which you must abide by Speed Limit
To not be intoxicated Sober
A lifesaving restraint Seatbelt
Something you should avoid while driving Distractions
An area where traffic fines double Work Zone
This is required by law to drive License
People the driver is responsible for Passengers
An area where you should look and listen before crossing Railroad Crossing
You should turn these on for safety Lights
Slippery roadways that may not appear as so Black Ice
How the driver indicates which way they are turning Blinker
The indicator of how quickly you are traveling Speedometer
Watch for these to cross the road Pedestrian
They are here to keep us safe! Police
Perform this action safely by looking and using a signal Merge
A digital aid in navigating gps
Emotions to keep under control while driving Road Rage
A large vehicle to take precaution around Wide load
The part of your vehicle that meets the road Tire

Drivers ed Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A safety device witch protects drivers and passengers Active safely device
Traction,friction Adhesion
Driving will making dangerous act Aggressive
A event you might assume about Assumption
A brake system used when braking suddenly Abs
A liquid used to regulate temperature in a vehicle Antifreeze
A generator witch makes electricity to make car go and for electric devices Alternator
Speed limit that changes for gliding Advisory speed limit
A turn where the inside Banked curve
A side of a car that you can't see in the reaview or side view mirror Blind spot
The amount of alcohol in your body Bac
A force that move a object from a curve to straight Centrifugal force
Manuel transmission That changes gears Clutch
A crash that happens with a object and other suddenly Collision
To see colors Colorvision
Saying what happening in real world traffic situations Commentary driving
Make a comparison on information you have Comparison
A tool used to measure the distance traveled on a vehicle Odometer
The back and forth movement on a car Pitch
Warring too much resulting in physical and mental work Fatigue
When you lose control over your car and where it's going Skid
Steering with crossing your hands when moving lanes or turning Push,pull
On purpose drive unsafe to Hurt other drivers Road rage
The vision to the far left and right Peripheral
A ramp that goes to the freeway Entrance ramp
A turn that can go Left go back right then going forward 3 point turn
Visibly changing movement Dynmic
To not see expressway Controlled expressway
Having a safe space bubble Space cushion
The energy of a motion happening Kinetic energy

Driver Education Vocabulary Words Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

It is set for special conditions such as sharp curves. Advisory speed limit
Area that rearview mirrors cannot show. Blind Spot
Provides coverage to pay the costs of repair or replacement of your vehicle from a collision. Collision Insurance
Signals or signs determine the right of way of all drivers. Controlled Intersection
Protecting yourself and others from dangerous and unexpected situations by using a space management system. Defensive driving
Permits drivers entering an expressway to match the speed of expressway traffic Acceleration Lane
Measures the pressure in any air-filled wheel or tire. Air gauge
Distance your vehicle travels until your vehicle comes to a stop. Braking distance
Provides coverage for replacement or repair of your vehicle from damage other than from a collision. Comprehensive insurance
Area where speed can be reduced to exit safely Deceleration lane

Driver Education Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

collision
accelerator
aggressive driving
signal light
tailgate
airbags
blind spots
concentration
highway
intersection
vehicle
keys
ignition
glove compartment
brake
battery
transmission
gear shift
school zone
speeding
distracted driving
no texting
tire
steering wheel
gas pedal
bumper
passenger seat
rearview mirror
parallel parking
drivers licenese
permit
teenager
drive

Drivers ED Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Red sign seen at the end of most roads STOP
How many seconds must you wait before entering an intersection? Three
When an object moves, it acquires friction
After stopping you may roll out to a Safety Stop
A difference between a standard and an automatic vehicle clutch pedal
While approaching an intersection, your front zone widens up
Term for a light that has just turned from red stale green light
As a driver you must always _______ to pedestrians. YIELD
During zone control your alert switch should always be on
see a ____ change zone
traffic lights, red, yellow, and green
when a light switches to yellow you should slow down
LOS LINEOFSIGHT
POT PATH OF TRAVEL
DRIVING IS A _______ TASK SOCIAL
USED FOR DRIVING, WALKING, AND RIDING HTS
LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH FOR TEENS 15-20 MOTORVEHICLES
MIRROR CHECK ________ CHECK SHOULDER
HEAD PADDING IN CAR HEAD RESTRAINT
TAP BRAKE TO ___________ WITH OTHER DRIVERS COMMUNICATE

Driving Terms 3 ??? Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the energy of motion; the product of weight and speed momentum
the ability to see in low and variable light conditions night vision
a device that measures distance traveled by a vehicle; its gauge odometer
the influence of friends who are in your age group peer pressure
the area of vision to the left and right of the area of central vision peripheral vision
the forward/backward movement of the car pitch
a system used to keep track of traffic violations by individual drivers point system
a skid caused when the accelerator is pressed too hard and suddenly power skid
the parts of a motor vehicle that transmit power from the engine to the wheels; the engine, transmission, and clutch power train
Push-Pull-Feed Steering; a steering method in which the driver's hands do not cross even when changing lanes or turning PPF Steering
the time it takes to slow down from one speed to a lower one or to a stop rate of deceleration
a break from activity that created fatigue recovery time
a sign that controls the flow of traffic regulatory sign
the right of one roadway user to go first or to cross in front of another; must be yielded to others in many situations Right of Way
a criminal act directed against another person through physical violence while driving road rage
the feeling that occurs after a vehicle goes through a left-right combination turn on a corner roll
a traffic circle used to control traffic through certain intersections; traffic is routed in one direction around a circle and drivers exit where they like roundabout
focusing and looking at everything in the driving environment searching
a lane that drivers moving in either direction use to make a left turn shared left turn lane
a driver's loss of control over the direction in which the vehicle is moving skid
a safe space margin space cushion
an intersection where one road ends and forms a crossroad in the shape of the 20th letter of the english alphabet T Intersection
to drive too closely behind another vehicle tailgate
a turnabout made by turning left, backing to the right, then moving forward three point turn
a braking technique in which the driver firmly presses the brake pedal to a point just before the wheel lock threshold braking
the distance covered by a vehicle from the perception distance to the moment that the vehicle comes to a stop total stopping distance
steering; keeping a vehicle steadily and smoothly on a desired course tracking
the friction between a vehicle's tires and the road surface traction
the gears and related parts that carry power from the engine to the driving axle transmission
the ability to see clearly visual acuity
the spinning action resulting from the back tire sliding sideways toward the front tire yaw

Driver's Ed Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The speed limit for non posted rural roadways is ________. Fifty
The ______________ Program doubles fines on various state highways for a variety of driving offenses, including speeding and aggressive driving. Safe Corridors
The driver should always stop at _____________ or railroad crossings. intersections
NJ law states that cars must keep to the right except when ___________. passing
The vehicle on the right always has __________. Right of way
_______________________ interchanges are when a car enters/exits an expressway without traffic lights and/or direct intersections. Cloverleaf
___________________ are extra lanes at highway exits, which are located on the right side of the roadway, and are used to slow down to the speed limit of the exit lane. Deceleration lanes
You must stop ________________ away from a school bus. Twenty five feet
You use the _____________ for open country driving, when there is no traffic in sight. bright beams
The _________________ is where a lane is both an entrance and exit for an expressway. weave lane