Type
Word Search
Description

arrow board
asphalt
back hoe
barricade
bump
cone
crack seal
creeks
deb
detour
flagger
inspectors
lift truck
mowing ahead
one lane
orange
paver
pothole
road closed
safety
signals
skid steer
speed zone
steel plate
storm sewer
traffic
trimline
vest
work zone
workers

ROAD SIGNS Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

LOOSE GRAVEL
YIELD
ROAD CLOSED AHEAD
KEEP RIGHT
WRONG WAY
RIGHT TURN ONLY
HOSPITAL
WORKERS
RIGHT LANE MUST EXIT
FLOODED
WINDING ROAD
RAILROAD CROSSING
END FREEWAY
USE NEXT EXIT
PEDESTRIAN CROSSING
EMERGENCY PARKING
TWO WAY TRAFFIC
NO TURNS
DO NOT PASS
STOP
NO TURN ON RED
DO NOT ENTER
SPEED LIMIT
NO PARKING
DIVIDED HIGHWAY
SLIPPERY ROAD
NO LEFT TURN
DETOUR
NARROW BRIDGE
CROSSROAD
BUS STOP
SCHOOL
MERGING LANE
CARPOOL LANE

drivers ed 3 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a situation where a driver should size up the information judgement call
the action where a battery is attached to a dead vehicle jump start
energy of motion kinetic energy
areas of roadway allowing space, time and visibility needed for safe movements margin of safety
energy of motion, product of weight and speed momentum
a device that measures distance traveled odometer
influnce from close members that are your friends peer pressure
area of vision from the left and right peripheral vision
the forward/backward movement of the car pitch
a system used to keep track of traffic violations by individual people point system
a skid caused when the accelerator pushed suddenly power skid
the part of the motor vehicle that transmits power to the wheels power train
a steering method when a driver hands do not cross when turning push pull feed steering
the time it takes to slow down from one speed to another that is lower rate of deceleration
a break from activity that causes fatigue recovery time
a sign that controls the flow of traffic regulatory sign
the right of one road way user to go before another right of way
a criminal act directed aganist another person through physical violence road rage
the feeling that occurs after a vehicle goes through a left right combination roll
a traffic circle used to control traffic through certian intersections round about
focusing and looking at everything in the enviroment searching
a lane that a driver use in any direction shared left turn lane
a drivers loss of controlin direction in which the car is moving skid
a safe space margin space cusion
an intersection where one road ends and splits into two t intersection

Public Works Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

pickup
customer
email
tractor
dumptruck
loader
roller
paver
street sweeping
work orders
guardrail
traffic signals
office staff
litter
mowing
staff meeting
uniform
salt dome
truck
budget
stormwater
sidewalk
curb
Maintenance Worker
Supervisor
Equipment Operator
Snowplow
Pothole
Streetlight
Backhoe

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

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

A Hard Hat on Your Head Keeps You From Being Dead! Stand Up for Safety 2016 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Signs
Striper
Herbicides
Road Work
Strobes
Channelizer
Stay Alert
Roadside
MoDot
RBA
Daily Inspections
Ear Protection
Safety Glasses
Spotter
Gloves
Steel Toe Boots
Vest
Dig Rite
Safety Chats
TMA
Flagger
Fall Protection
Hard Hat
Work Zone
PPE

Signs, Signals and Roadway Markings Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

Warning
Motorist Service
Yield
Construction
Detour
School Zone
Road Narrows
Signal Ahead
Low Clearance
School Crossing
Bicycle Crossing
Slippery Road
Single Lines
Double Lines
Turning Lanes
Speed Bump
Rumble Strip
Solid White Lines
White Arrows
Shared left turn lane

Drivers Education Distractions and components Crossword

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

Driver's Ed Vocab 3 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

influence of friends peer presure
What is seen on the side by the eye when looking straight ahead peripheral vision
Points before a suspended liscence Point system
Caused by accelerator being pushed too hard/quick power skid
time it takes to slow down rate of deceleration
Sign that controls the flow of traffic Regulatory
Right of one roadway user to go first Right of way
Intentional action designed to intimidate or cause harm road rage
a road junction at which traffic moves in one direction around a central island Roundabout
focusing and looking at everything in the driving enviornment searching
lane for specifically a left turn shared left turn lane
driver's loses control of the direction their car is going skid
Safe space marigin space cushion
A T shaped intersection T intersection
The total distance it takes for a car to come to a complete stop (acronym) TSD
steering a vehicle steady on a desired course tracking
friction between the tires and surface traction
ability to see clearly visual acuity
spinning action resulting of the back tire spinning towards the front tire YAW
he mechanism by which power is transmitted from an engine to the wheels of a motor vehicle transmission

DRIVERS ED TERMS Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

TIRE
LICENSE
DRIVE
IDENTIFICATION
VISION
ROAD TEST
RENEWING
DUPLICATE
COMMERCIAL
VESSEL
REVOCATION
CANCELLATION
SUSPENSION
TURNS
MOTORCYCLE
BICYCLES
BELT
CELLULAR
HYPNOSIS
DRUGS
COLLISION
STOPPING
RAILROAD
TRAFFIC
REGULATORY
WARNING
SIGNS
PAVEMENT
SCHOOL
BUS
YIELDING
PEDESTRIANS
LANES
LAW
WINDOW
MOVE OVER LAW
NIGHT
WINTER DRIVING
WINSHIELD WIPERS
HYDROPLANING
CARBON MONOXIDE
EMERGENCY
FREEWAY
INTERCHANGES
GRADUATED DRIVERS LICENSE
SOCIAL SECURITY
ORGAN DONOR
DRIVING HABITS
POSTURE
STEERING