Pedestrian & Automotive Safety: Definition and Precautionary Measures


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Linda is teaching her little girl, Sarah, the safest way to cross the street. What directions should Linda give Sarah?

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1. Guy knows that he should cross the busy street at a marked crosswalk. However, he is in a hurry and decides to cross the street at a non-designated spot. Guy is not practicing good pedestrian safety, and he may have just performed an illegal act. This is known as:

2. Safety pertaining to walkers and individuals using wheelchairs or strollers is known as:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet combo allow you to gauge your comprehension of issues pertaining to pedestrian and automotive safety. In order for you to pass the included quiz, you need to be knowledgeable about the best way to look before crossing a street and good automotive safety measures.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These assessment resources allow you to test yourself on the following:

  • Actions to increase automotive safety
  • Term relating to the safety of walkers and those in mobility devices
  • Actions to increase your safety as a pedestrian crossing the street
  • Crossing the street in a non-designated spot
  • Term relating to safety while operating a motor vehicle

Skills Practiced

Practice these skills as you complete the quiz and worksheet:

  • Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine information about automotive safety in a different light
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information about safely crossing a street from the related lesson
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about crossing the street in a non-designated area

Additional Learning

Learn more by reading through the related lesson, Pedestrian & Automotive Safety: Definition and Precautionary Measures. It delves into these following objectives:

  • Identify factors that may contribute to pedestrian injuries
  • Understand how best to remain safe while walking on or near a roadway
  • Recognize steps you can take to remain safe while driving in a car
  • Discover the importance of defensive driving