1. Founded in 1932, this airline was founded under the business name: "McGee Airways" and started as a regional freight and passenger air service. A few years later in 1944 "McGee Airways" changed it's name to "Star Air Service." Today, and with another name change, this airline has grown to service 5 specific areas and even a few international destinations. What is this airlines current name?
A. American Airlines
B. United Airlines
C. Alaska Airlines
2. Vehicle theft is a major problem for law enforcement within the United States, especially in larger cities. On average, how often is a vehicle stolen within this Country?
A. Every 30 seconds
B. Every 11 minutes
C. Every 16 minutes
3. TRUE OR FALSE – Within a 20-minute time span, 10 separate traffic citations were issued to the same driver.
4. What does the term "Hill Bomb" mean?
A. Used as a tactical maneuver in the military
B. It's a Tonic and Liqueur Mixed Drink
C. A maneuver skateboarders use
5. What is the World record for "driving test failures" taken by one person?
A. 87 failures
B. 364 failures
C. 960 failures
6. This 76-year-old Canadian journalist has worked for NBC news and the television show Dateline since 1995. 28 years. Currently he's working on the show "Dateline Unforgettable".
A. Lester Holt
B. Keith Morrison
C. Chuck Todd
7. In 1968, Hal David wrote, and Burt Bacharach composed, this song for Dionne Warwick. The song was an immediate hit, but apparently she couldn't find her way. Where was she going?
A. San Jose
C. New York
8. How many frequent fliers DO NOT check there baggage when flying?
9. What percentage of motorcycle accidents happen on the weekends?
10. In the original Micky Mouse, who supplied the voice over?
A. Julie Andrews
B. Dick Van Dyke
C. Walt Disney himself
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