1. The tendency for a stationary object to remain at rest, and for a moving object to continue at the same speed is called: A momentum B friction C inertia |

2. Which vehicle - a motorbike or a truck - would have the greatest inertia? A they are the same B the motorbike C the truck |

3. If a car brakes suddenly, the first movement of the passengers is to: A continue to move forward at the same speed B be thrown back into the seat C move backwards as the seat belt tightens |

4. Rate of movement in a particular direction is called: A momentum B speed C velocity |

5. An example of velocity is: A 100 km/h B 100 m/s C 100 m/s up |

6. If a skateboarder travels 100 metres in 20 seconds, what is his speed? A 50 km/h B 5 m/s C 2000 m/s |

7. A rocket is launched at a speed of 10 kilometres per second. How far will it travel in ^{1}⁄_{2} minute? A 300 km B 5 km C 3000 m |

8. The rate of change of speed is called: A velocity B acceleration C friction |

9. What is the speed of a car that is stationary? Azero Bit has no speed, only velocity Cinsufficient information given |

10. Gravitational acceleration is: Aonly able to calculated on earth Brate of change of speed of falling objects Cis the same on all planets |

11. If a car speeds up from a standing start to 100 m/s in 5 seconds, what is its acceleration (in m/s^{2})? A500 B4 C20 |

12. The rule to calculate momentum is: Amass × velocity Bacceleration / speed Cmass × acceleration |

13. BAC stands for: ABlood Alcohol Concentration BBlood Alcohol Content CBody Alcohol Concentration |

14. Factors which affect the reaction time of the driver are: Aengine power and brake condition Bdriver's age and alcohol consumption Ctyre and road conditions |

15. Factors that affect the braking distance of the vehicle are: Aexperience and age of the driver Bage of the engine and suspension Ctyre and road conditions |