Roadbook Quick Start Quiz DIFFICULT VERSION (BETA TEST)
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demonstrates the most basic concepts of what comprises a roadbook, the information contained in a basic roadbook, the way the information is organized and how to read a basic roadbook. Some of the questions you will answer don't relate to rally navigation in the practical sense. Instead, these questions demonstrate you understanding of the information in a roadbook and how that information in organized.
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Using the image below: Which note below describes the following event: KEEP STRAIGHT THROUGH THE INTERSECTION ALONG THE LEFT SIDE OF SAND WASH HEADING 034 DEGREES
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10 points
NOTE 7
NOTE 8
NOTE 9
NOTE 10
What is the exact distance between Note #3 and Note #6? Your answer should be expressed in numeric value only in hundredths of kilometers (ie: 0.82 or 3.07)
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10 points
Your answer
How do you read the Left Box Diagram
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10 points
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM
FROM BOTTOM TO TOP
ANY OF THE ABOVE
NONE OF THE ABOVE
Which of the following is not some type of "event"
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10 points
NOTATION
BIG DITCH ON THE SIDE OF THE TRACK
RE-FUELING STATION
OFF TRACK SECTION
Words, abbreviations & symbols describing an "event" are found in which box of a notation?
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LEFT BOX
CENTER BOX
RIGHT BOX
NONE OF THE ABOVE
A roadbook contains: INFORMATION about EVENTS organized into NOTATIONS of
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INSTRUCTIONS
HAZARDS
LOCATIONS
COMPASS HEADINGS
NONE OF THE ABOVE
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What is the most important number to know about Note #121 below:
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10 points
221.63
0.71
121
277
What is the approximate distance between the left and right turn in Note #4 below
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40 Meters
.80 Meters
2.50
25 Meters
NONE OF THE ABOVE
The Center Box should be read:
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FROM TOP TO BOTTOM
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT
FROM BOTTOM TO TOP
IT DEPENDS ON THE EVENT
NONE OF THE ABOVE
What is the specific safety hazard to be aware of in this section of route below? WRITE YOUR ANSWER IN ONE WORD ONLY, ALL CAPITAL LETTERS
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10 points
Your answer
Using the same section of roadbook from the question above, at what distance from the previous note does the safety hazard occur? Your answer should be expressed in numeric value only in hundredths of kilometers (ie: 0.82 or 3.07)
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10 points
Your answer
What is the exact distance in meters from the beginning of the 2nd dune section to the triple hazard?
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10 points
80
18.94
820
34
NONE OF THE ABOVE
In what box will you always find a compass heading on a note in the roadbook?
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10 points
LEFT BOX
CENTER BOX
RIGHT BOX
NONE OF THE ABOVE
From what perspective is the Center Box illustrated?
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10 points
The navigator's perspective
The roadbook writer's perspective
The organizer's perspective
From a bird's eye perspective
None of the above
In most cases except long sections of HP (off track navigating), if you had to navigate without any one of the 3 boxes in a roadbook notation which would it be?
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LEFT BOX
CENTER BOX
RIGHT BOX
IMPOSSIBLE TO NAVIGATE WITHOUT ALL 3 BOXES
What is the exact distance from the prior note that you'll need to fork left for 0.10 KM before crossing another track Your answer should be expressed in numeric value only in hundredths of kilometers (ie: 0.82 or 3.07)
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What note number is explained by "Fork right and leave the main road"?
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10 points
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Using the section of roadbook below, what is the exact mileage (Distance) of the first fixed hazard event that the hazard will always be present? Your answer should be expressed in numeric value only in hundredths of kilometers (ie: 0.82 or 3.07)
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