Driver’s Test Practice Questions

~Do Not Enter~
THIS SIGN MEANS:

A. You may not enter the road from your direction
B. Stop and wait until it is safe before proceeding
C. The road ahead is closed to traffic in all directions

a

~Slower Traffic Keep Right~

THERE ARE FIVE VEHICLES FOLLOWING CLOSELY BEHIND YOU ON A ROAD WITH ONE LANE IN YOUR DIRECTION. WHEN YOU SEE THIS SIGN YOU SHOULD:
A. Drive to the right edge of your lane, but keep moving
B. Drive to the side of the road into the designated area
C. Slow down and signal the other drivers to pass you

b

TO TURN RIGHT FROM A HIGHWAY WITH TWO LANES IN YOUR DIRECTION, TURN FROM:

A. The lane closest to the center of the road
B. The lane nearest the curb or edge of the roadway
C. Either lane, depending on oncoming traffic

b

IT IS LEGAL FOR A PERSON AGE 21 AND OLDER TO DRIVE WITH AN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTAINER THAT HAS BEEN OPENED IF THE CONTAINER IS:

A. In the glove compartment
B. In the trunk
C. Under the front seat

b

IF IT STARTS TO RAIN ON A HOT DAY, THE ROAD IS THE MOST SLIPPERY:

A. For the first few minutes
B. After it has been raining for a few hours
C. After it has stopped raining

a

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE MAY BE DISTRACTED AND/OR INATTENTIVE?

A. Children running into the street
B. Drivers with many passengers and/or unfamiliar with an area
C. Delivery and road repair/construction workers
D. All of the above

d

IF A PERSON IS CROSSING THE STREET AT A CORNER WITHOUT CROSSWALKS, YOU SHOULD:

A. Take the right-of-way
B. Slow down and proceed with care
C. Let the person have the right-of-way
D. Stop four feet from the corner

c

YOU ARE DRIVING ON A TWO-WAY STREET AND WANT TO TURN LEFT AT THE CORNER. GIVE THE RIGHT-OF-WAY TO:

A. Pedestrians on the sidewalk waiting for a WALK signal
B. Vehicles stopped at the red light
C. Any vehicle coming towards you

c

IF YOU SEE ORANGE CONSTRUCTION SIGNS AND CONES ON A FREEWAY, YOU MUST:

A. Change lanes and maintain your current speed
B. Be prepared for workers and equipment ahead
C. Slow down because the lane ends ahead

b

TO PREVENT SKIDDING ON SLIPPERY SURFACES, YOU SHOULD:

A. Step sharply on the brakes to slow down quickly
B. Avoid quick stops
C. Follow in the tracks of the vehicle in front of you
D. Aim for low spots on the road

b

SEAT BELTS PROPERLY WORN WILL:

A. Prevent accidents
B. Reduce the risk of injury
C. Keep you from moving your body

b

LOOK CAREFULLY FOR MOTORCYCLES BEFORE YOU CHANGE LANES BECAUSE:

A. It is illegal for motorcycles to share traffic lanes
B. Their smaller size makes them harder to see
C. They always have the right-of-way at intersections

b

IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO SEE THE ROAD AHEAD WHILE DRIVING THROUGH HEAVY RAIN OR FOG, AND YOUR WIPERS DO NOT HELP, YOU SHOULD:

A. Turn on your high-beams and continue driving
B. Pull off the road completely until visibility improves
C. Slow down and continue driving

b

YOU MAY NOT DOUBLE PARK:

A. Except while waiting in a car
B. Except when making a delivery
C. There are no exceptions
D. Unless your vehicle displays a parking placard

c

TRAFFIC FATALITIES ARE _____________ AT NIGHT COMPARED TO DAYTIME.

A. about the same
B. about twice as high
C. about three to four times as high
D. about five to six times as high

c

U-TURNS IN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS ARE LEGAL:

A. When there are no vehicles approaching nearby
B. Across two sets of solid double yellow lines
C. On a one-way street at a green arrow

a

WHEN YOU ARE DRIVING SLOWLY IN THE FREEWAY FAST LANE, BLOCKING TRAFFIC WHICH WISHES TO PASS, YOU SHOULD:

A. Change lanes to the right when it is safe to do so
B. Only change lanes when there are five or more vehicles behind you
C. Not change lanes when you are driving the speed limit

a

YOU ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR YOUR SAFETY BELT IN A MOVING VEHICLE:

A. Unless you are riding in the back of a pickup/camper
B. If your vehicle is equipped with safety belts
C. Unless your vehicle was manufactured before 1975

b

WHEN WAITING TO MAKE A LEFT TURN, YOU SHOULD GIVE THE RIGHT-OF-WAY TO VEHICLES COMING FROM THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION:

A. Until at least two vehicles have passed
B. Until dangerously close cars have passed
C. Until all of the cars have passed

b

BEFORE GETTING OUT OF YOUR CAR, AFTER PARKING AT A TWO-WAY STREET CURB, YOU SHOULD:

A. Make sure you are parked at least two feet from the curb
B. Turn your front wheels toward the curb
C. Look for cars or bicycles on the traffic side of your vehicle

c

YOU MUST SIGNAL CONTINUOUSLY DURING THE LAST 100 FEET BEFORE YOU TURN AT AN INTERSECTION:

A. Unless your turn is protected by a green arrow
B. Unless you are in a designated turn lane
C. Even if you do not see other vehicles around

c

A PERSON BETWEEN 13 AND 18 YEARS OF AGE MAY HAVE HIS OR HER DRIVING PRIVILEGE SUSPENDED OR DELAYED FOR _______ IF CONVICTED AS A HABITUAL TRUANT.

A. Three months
B. One year
C. Six months
D. Nine months

b

~Stop~
WHEN YOU SEE THIS SIGN, YOU SHOULD STOP AND:

A. Check for vehicles in the direction you plan on going, then proceed
B. Check traffic in all directions before proceeding
C. Let all vehicles that arrive after you go first

b

WHEN PARKED ON ANY HILL, YOU SHOULD ALWAYS SET YOUR PARKING BRAKE AND:

A. Place your engine gear into the parked position
B. Keep your front wheels parallel to the road
C. Leave your vehicle in neutral

a

THE VERY FIRST EFFECT OF EVEN A SMALL AMOUNT OF ALCOHOL ON A PERSON’S SAFE DRIVING ABILITY IS TO REDUCE HIS OR HER:

A. Steering ability
B. Good judgment
C. Muscle control
D. Quick reflex movements

b

LARGE TRUCKS TURNING RIGHT ONTO A STREET WITH TWO LANES IN EACH DIRECTION:

A. Often have to use part of the left lane to complete the turn
B. Must stay in the right lane at all times
C. May complete their turn in either the right or the left lane

a

WHEN STOPPED AT RAILROAD CROSSING WITH MULTIPLE TRACKS, CROSS:

A. As soon as the train has passed your roadway
B. Only when other vehicles begin crossing
C. Only when it is safe to do so

c

IF YOU REAR-ENDED A CAR, YOU WERE PROBABLY:

A. Looking in your rearview mirror too often
B. Weaving in and out of traffic
C. Following too closely

c

YOU MUST YIELD THE RIGHT-OF-WAY AT AN INTERSECTION TO:

A. The car in the intersection
B. The car on your right
C. The car in the opposite lane of traffic
D. The car on your left

a

A LANE IN THE MIDDLE OF A TWO-WAY ROAD THAT HAS DASHED LINES ON BOTH SIDES AND TWO LARGE CURVED ARROWS FACING EACH OTHER MAY BE USED FOR:

A. Making right or left turns
B. Beginning or ending left turns
C. Passing slow vehicles

b

IF YOU ARE APPROACHING AN INTERSECTION WITH A RED FLASHING LIGHT. WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

A. Stop before entering and then proceed when safe
B. Slow down and allow cross traffic to go first
C. Wait for the green light before entering

a

ORANGE CONSTRUCTION SIGNS WARN YOU:

A. Of workers and road equipment ahead
B. That there are driver services ahead
C. Of an accident ahead

a

USE YOUR HIGH-BEAM HEADLIGHTS AT NIGHT:

A. As little as possible
B. Only on dark streets
C. Whenever it is legal and safe

c

WHEN YOU ARE DRIVING IN THE LEFT LANE OF A FOUR-LANE FREEWAY AND WISH TO EXIT ON THE RIGHT, YOU SHOULD:

A. Carefully cross all the lanes at one time
B. Change lanes one at a time until you are in the proper lane
C. Slow before beginning each lane change

b

WHICH OF THESE IS TRUE ABOUT OTHER DRIVERS?

A. Drivers always obey traffic signs and signals
B. Drivers using turn signals always turn in the direction indicated
C. Never assume other drivers will give you the right-of-way

c

~Yield~
THIS SIGN MEANS:

A. The vehicle on the right goes first
B. You have the right-of-way
C. Let other traffic go first
D. Make a complete stop before turning

c

WHILE ALL OF THE FOLLOWING ARE DANGEROUS TO DO WHILE DRIVING, WHICH IS ALSO ILLEGAL?

A. Reading a road map
B. Listening to music through a set of dual headphones
C. Adjusting your outside mirrors

b

IMPROPERLY INFLATED TIRES CAN RESULT IN:

A. Uneven wear and additional avoidable replacement of tires
B. Inefficient gas mileage
C. Blown out tires and shaking in the steering wheel
D. All of the above

d

IN THE FIRST 12 MONTHS AFTER LICENSING, A DRIVER UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE MAY:

A. Drive at any time when accompanied by a licensed driver at least 25 years of age
B. Transport a passenger under age 20
C. Drive between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. alone

a

WHAT IS A SAFETY ZONE?

A. An empty space next to the freeway dividers
B. A space set aside for pedestrians
C. The median strip on a divided highway

b

DO NOT START ACROSS AN INTERSECTION IF YOU KNOW YOU WILL BLOCK THE INTERSECTION:

A. Under any circumstances
B. Unless you entered the intersection on a green arrow
C. Unless you entered the intersection on a green light

a

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A PROPER USE OF VEHICLE LIGHTS?

A. Use parking lights while driving through a tunnel
B. Using high-beams because your low-beams are not working
C. Using low-beams during the day on narrow country roads

c

IF YOU ARE REPEATEDLY CONVICTED OF A TRAFFIC VIOLATION:

A. The DMV may consider an action against your driving privileges
B. You may request a hearing
C. Both of the above may happen

c

WHICH OF THESE IS RECOMMENDED FOR DRIVING AT NIGHT ON A DIMLY LIT STREET?

A. Keep instrument lights bright to be more visible to other drivers
B. Briefly look at oncoming headlights so you won’t be blinded
C. Drive slowly enough to stop within the area lit by your headlights

c

IT IS ILLEGAL TO ENTER AN INTERSECTION WHEN:

A. The light is yellow
B. You can’t get all the way across before the light turns red
C. The light is flashing yellow and you didn’t stop first

b

MOST SERIOUS ACCIDENTS HAPPEN AT WHAT TIME OF DAY?

A. Morning
B. Afternoon
C. Twilight-Darkness
D. Serious accidents happen at about the same rate throughout the day

c

WHICH OF THESE STATEMENTS IS TRUE ABOUT KEEPING CHILDREN SAFE IN VEHICLES?

A. Infants should not ride in the front seat of vehicles
B. Children under one year and over 20 lbs. should ride buckled up in the front seat
C. The back seat is generally not the safest place in the car for all children 12 years and younger

a

A GREEN ARROW POINTING TO THE LEFT ON A TRAFFIC LIGHT MEANS YOU MAY:

A. Turn left or continue going straight
B. Turn in that direction only after you stop
C. Make a protected turn in that direction

c

IF YOU EXIT A FREEWAY WITH A RAMP THAT CURVES DOWNHILL, YOU SHOULD:

A. Slow to the posted speed limit for the freeway
B. Start braking when you enter the curve
C. Slow to a safe speed before the curve

c

A PEDESTRIAN CROSSING AT THE CORNER HAS THE RIGHT-OF-WAY:

A. At marked crosswalks only
B. At marked or unmarked crosswalks
C. Only at intersections controlled by signals, lights, or stop signs

b

U-TURNS IN BUSINESS DISTRICTS ARE:

A. Always illegal because they are dangerous
B. Legal if the businesses are churches, apartments, or clubs
C. Legal at intersections, unless a sign prohibits them

c

WHEN PASSING IN THE ONCOMING TRAFFIC LANE OF A TWO LANE ROAD, YOU SHOULD CONSIDER:

A. Your speed relative to others, and your ability to accelerate
B. How much clear space you need to pass, and how much you have
C. The speed and distance of oncoming traffic, and possible hazards
D. All of the above

d

WHICH OF THESE STATEMENTS IS TRUE ABOUT DRIVING AND TAKING DRUGS?

A. Only illegal drugs can impair your driving
B. Even over-the-counter drugs can impair your driving
C. Any prescription drug is safe to use if you don’t feel drowsy

b

TO AVOID GETTING REAR-ENDED BY ANOTHER VEHICLE IN AN EMERGENCY, YOU SHOULD:

A. Turn your head and look over your shoulder
B. Check your rearview mirror often
C. Start braking early as a signal to the driver behind you
D. Drive with your left foot on the brake pedal at all times

c

IF YOU ALWAYS LET OTHER DRIVERS GO AHEAD OF YOU AT INTERSECTIONS, YOU ARE MOST LIKELY:

A. Improving traffic flow
B. Causing traffic delays
C. Effectively using defensive driving techniques

b

TO ENSURE THE LANE NEXT TO YOU IS CLEAR WHEN YOU WANT TO CHANGE LANES:

A. Turn your head and look over the right shoulder
B. Look into the rearview mirror only
C. Turn your head and look in the lane you are going to enter

c

THE SPEED LIMIT WHEN PASSING A SCHOOL WHILE CHILDREN ARE PRESENT (UNLESS POSTED OTHERWISE) IS:

A. 15 mph
B. 25 mph
C. 35 mph

b

AT DAWN OR DUSK, AND IN RAIN, FOG OR SNOW, IT CAN BE HARD TO SEE OTHER DRIVERS AND BE SEEN BY THEM. A GOOD WAY TO LET OTHER DRIVERS KNOW YOU ARE PRESENT IS TO:

A. Use your horn every once in a while
B. Turn on your parking lights
C. Turn on your low-beam headlights

c

WHERE SHOULD YOU START MAKING A U-TURN WHEN DRIVING ON A DIVIDED STREET WITH MULTIPLE LANES IN YOUR DIRECTION?

A. On the shoulder
B. In the left lane
C. In the median

b

A RED CURB MEANS:

A. Stopping or parking is not allowed (except buses)
B. Parking is for commercial vehicles only
C. Parking is for disabled persons only

a

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING CHILDREN REQUIRES A CHILD PASSENGER RESTRAINT SYSTEM?

A. A five-year old weighing 55 pounds
B. A five-year old weighing 65 pounds
C. A six-year old weighing 60 pounds

a

WHEN YOU COME TO A CORNER WITH A STOP SIGN, YOU SHOULD FIRST STOP:

A. Far enough to see cross traffic
B. After crossing a crosswalk or limit line
C. In back of the crosswalk or limit line

c

YOU ARE WAITING AT A RED LIGHT TO TURN RIGHT, AND A PEDESTRIAN ON YOUR RIGHT IS WAITING TO CROSS THE STREET YOU WANT TO ENTER. WHO HAS THE RIGHT-OF-WAY WHEN YOUR LIGHT TURNS GREEN?

A. The pedestrian has the right-of-way
B. You have the right-of-way only if the crosswalk is not marked
C. You have the right-of-way because your light is green

a

WHEN A RED LIGHT FLASHES AT A RAILROAD CROSSING, YOU MUST:

A. Stop only if you see a train coming
B. Stop 10 ft behind the signal
C. Stop and then proceed when safe
D. Slow down before crossing

c

ALLOW EXTRA SPACE IN FRONT OF YOUR VEHICLE WHEN FOLLOWING A:

A. Station wagon
B. Large tour bus
C. Passenger car

b

YOU ARE IN A TRUCK’S BLIND SPOT IF:

A. You stay close to the vehicle’s left front wheel
B. You follow no closer than 12 ft
C. You can’t see the truck driver in his or her side mirror

c

IF YOU EXPERIENCE SLIPPING, SKIDDING OR “HYDROPLANING” WHILE DRIVING, YOU SHOULD:

A. Slowly ease the gas pedal
B. Do not turn or stop quickly; turn slowly and only as needed
C. Gently pump disc brakes or use ABS brakes as directed
D. All of the above

d

A RED ARROW POINTING TO THE RIGHT ON A TRAFFIC LIGHT MEANS YOU MAY:

A. Not turn right until the light turns green
B. Turn right after you have come to a complete stop
C. Turn right after slowing and checking traffic

a

WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF A TIRE BLOWS OUT WHILE YOU ARE DRIVING?

A. Hold your steering wheel tightly
B. Slowly release the gas pedal; if you must brake, do so gently
C. Bring the vehicle to a stop off the road, and change tire
D. All of the above

d

WHICH OF THESE IS THE PROPER WAY TO CHANGE LANES?

A. Signal, check your mirrors, and then change lanes
B. Signal, check your mirrors, and look over your shoulder before you change lanes
C. Signal before you change lanes and then move over quickly

b

SHOULD YOU TRY TO KEEP A “SPACE CUSHION” AROUND YOUR VEHICLE WHENEVER POSSIBLE?

A. Yes, when another driver makes a mistake, you will have time to react
B. No, space cushions are unnecessary. They take up valuable space on the freeway
C. No, someone may try to crowd in front of you
D. Yes, but only on city streets

a

SAFELY BACKING UP YOUR VEHICLE INCLUDES ALL OF THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT:

A. Looking over your right shoulder as you back up
B. Checking behind your vehicle before you get in
C. Tapping your horn before you back up

c

LAP AND SHOULDER BELT COMBINATIONS IN YOUR CAR ARE:

A. Not effective at slow speeds
B. Usually safer than lap belts only
C. Required because they help prevent accidents
D. Most effective in busy traffic

b

WHAT IS A COMMON FACTOR IN THE TRAFFIC DEATHS OF TEENAGE DRIVERS?

A. Slow reflexes
B. Fear of taking risks
C. Lack of driving skill

c

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING WILL HELP YOU PREVENT REAR-END COLLISIONS?

A. Signaling at least 100 feet before turning
B. Decreasing your following distance
C. Quickly pumping your brakes just before turning

a

PEDESTRIANS USING GUIDE DOGS OR WHITE CANES MUST:

A. Be given the right-of-way at corners only
B. Be given the right-of-way at all times
C. Cross at intersections with traffic controls only

b

YOU WANT TO MAKE A RIGHT TURN AT THE CORNER. A PEDESTRIAN WITH A GUIDE DOG IS AT THE CORNER READY TO PASS THE STREET IN FRONT OF YOU. BEFORE MAKING YOUR RIGHT TURN, YOU SHOULD:

A. Honk your horn to let the person know when to cross the street
B. Tell the pedestrian when to cross the street
C. Wait until the person crosses the street

c

TO TURN RIGHT ONTO A TWO-WAY STREET FROM A TWO-WAY STREET, START IN THE RIGHT LANE AND END IN:

A. The left lane
B. The lane closest to the curb
C. Any lane that is available

b

YOU MAY NOT PARK A PASSENGER VEHICLE AT ANY TIME:

A. Next to a curb painted red
B. Within 1,000 ft of a police station
C. In front of a school where children are present

a

WHY SHOULD DRIVERS AND PASSENGERS ADJUST SEAT HEADRESTS IN MOTOR VEHICLES?

A. It helps people relax, relieving the stress of driving
B. It helps people avoid and reduce the severity of neck injuries
C. It lets people maintain their hair styles
D. Tired people can prop up their heads, helping them stay alert

b

TURN YOUR FRONT WHEELS TOWARD THE CURB WHEN YOU ARE PARKED:

A. Facing uphill
B. On a level road
C. Facing downhill

c

BEFORE DRIVING INTO AN INTERSECTION AFTER A STOP, YOU SHOULD LOOK:

A. Straight ahead and to the left
B. Left and right only
C. Left, right, and then left again

c

IF YOU GET SLEEPY WHILE DRIVING, YOU SHOULD:

A. Move to the right lane and continue driving
B. Drink coffee to stay awake
C. Drive to a safe place, park, remove the ignition key, and rest

c

YOU MUST CAREFULLY WATCH FOR BICYCLES IN TRAFFIC LANES BECAUSE THEY:

A. Usually have the right-of-way
B. Could be hidden in your blind spots
C. Must ride facing oncoming traffic

b

SHOULD YOU DRIVE SLOWER THAN OTHER TRAFFIC THAT IS TRAVELING WITHIN THE SPEED LIMIT?

A. Yes. It makes the other traffic drive slower, too
B. No. You can block traffic when you drive too slow
C. Yes. It is safer than driving too fast

b

DRIVING SLOWER THAN OTHER TRAFFIC TENDS TO:

A. Make an accident more likely to happen
B. Make an accident less likely to happen
C. Not change the chances of having an accident

a

IF ANOTHER DRIVER “CUTS” IN FRONT OF YOU, IT WOULD BE BETTER IF YOU:

A. Take your foot off the gas
B. Brake suddenly
C. Accelerate to avoid being cut off

a

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ANY DRUG WHICH MAKES YOU DRIVE UNSAFELY IS:

A. Permitted if a doctor or nurse administered it
B. Permitted if it is a diet pill or cold medicine
C. Against the law

c

WHEN PLANNING TO PASS OTHER VEHICLES, YOU SHOULD:

A. Assume they will maintain a constant speed
B. Assume they will let you pass if you use your turn signal
C. Not assume they will make space for you to return to your lane

c

TO TURN LEFT FROM A ONE-WAY STREET ONTO A ONE-WAY STREET, USE:

A. The lane closest to the left curb
B. Any lane as long as it is safe
C. The lane closest to the right curb

a

IF YOU WANT TO PARK DOWNHILL AND THERE IS NO CURB, WHICH WAY DO YOU TURN YOUR FRONT WHEELS?

A. Towards the road
B. Parallel to the road
C. Towards the side of the road

c

WHICH OF THESE IS A GOOD WAY TO SPOT DRIVING HAZARDS?

A. Focus on the vehicle ahead
B. Focus on your inside mirrors
C. Scan ahead of your vehicle

c

WHERE SHOULD YOU PARK WHEN YOUR TIRE SUDDENLY DEFLATES ON A HIGHWAY?

A. In the right-hand lane
B. Off the pavement
C. Where your car will be visible for 200 feet from the front

b

YOU ARE BEING CHASED BY A POLICE VEHICLE WITH ITS LIGHTS AND SIRENS ACTIVATED. YOU IGNORED THE WARNING TO STOP AND SPEED AWAY. DURING THE CHASE A PERSON IS SERIOUSLY INJURED. YOU ARE SUBJECT TO:

A. Attending an anger-management class
B. A fine of not less than $1,000
C. Imprisonment in a state prison for five years

c

YOU WANT TO GO INTO A STORE TO MAKE A QUICK PURCHASE. YOU SHOULD:

A. Leave the car running and set the parking brake
B. Stop the engine and set the parking brake
C. Stop the engine, but set the parking brake only if on a slope

b

IF YOUR VEHICLE STARTS TO HYDROPLANE, YOU SHOULD:

A. Drive at a constant speed to gain better traction
B. Apply the brakes firmly to prevent your vehicle from sliding
C. Slow down gradually and don’t apply the brakes

c

WHICH OF THESE STATEMENTS IS TRUE ABOUT LARGE TRUCKS?

A. They take longer to come to a complete stop
B. They all have air brakes that allow them to stop quickly
C. They are more maneuverable than passenger vehicles

a

WHEN THERE IS ONE LANE IN YOUR DIRECTION, AND THE DRIVER AHEAD OFTEN SLOWS DOWN FOR NO APPARENT REASON:

A. Increase the following distance between you and the other driver
B. Flash your headlights quickly to alert the other driver
C. Speed up to pass the other driver as soon as possible

a

WHAT CAUSES MOST REAR-END ACCIDENTS?

A. Looking in your rearview mirror too often
B. Following other vehicles too closely
C. Failing to pay attention
D. Weaving in and out of traffic

b

BACKING UP YOUR VEHICLE IS:

A. Not dangerous if you have a helper
B. Always dangerous
C. Only dangerous in large vehicles

b

USE YOUR HEADLIGHTS ON RAINY, SNOWY, OR FOGGY DAYS:

A. On the high-beam setting
B. So other drivers can see you
C. To warn others of bad conditions

b

WHICH OF THESE STATEMENTS IS TRUE ABOUT SLIPPERY ROAD SURFACES?

A. Bridges and overpasses freeze last
B. Pavements are not slippery the first few minutes after it starts raining on a hot day
C. On cold, wet days, shade from buildings or trees can hide spots of ice

c

YOU SHOULD INCREASE THE DISTANCE BETWEEN YOUR CAR AND THE VEHICLE AHEAD WHEN YOU:

A. Follow a small passenger car
B. Are being followed by a tailgater
C. Drive slower than the posted speed limit

b

WHEN MAY YOU LEGALLY DRIVE AROUND OR UNDER A RAILROAD CROSSING GATE?

A. Under no circumstances
B. When you can clearly see in both directions
C. When the gate does not seem to be working correctly

a

WHICH OF THESE STATEMENTS IS TRUE ABOUT LARGE TRUCKS?

A. They do not need more space for turns
B. Trucks are not as maneuverable as passenger vehicles
C. They do not need more space to stop and start

b

BEFORE CHANGING LANES, YOU MUST:

A. See if it is safe before making the move
B. Flash your high-beam headlights
C. Drive faster than other traffic
D. All of the above

a

IF YOU HAVE AN ACCIDENT, THE LAW REQUIRES YOU TO EXCHANGE YOUR DRIVERS LICENSE INFORMATION WITH:

A. Others involved in the accident
B. Security guards
C. Firefighters

a

TWO SETS OF SOLID DOUBLE YELLOW LINES TWO FEET OR MORE APART:

A. May only be crossed to enter a private driveway
B. Should be treated like a solid wall and not be crossed
C. Denote a lane for beginning or ending left-hand turns

b

YOU SHOULD USE YOUR VEHICLE’S HORN WHEN:

A. Approaching bicyclists
B. You are involved in an emergency situation
C. Traffic ahead of you is traveling below the speed limit
D. All of the above

b

~Wrong Way~
THIS SIGN MEANS:

A. Do not enter the road ahead unless it is safe to do so
B. The road ahead is closed to traffic in all directions
C. The road ahead is closed to traffic in your direction

c

WHEN SHARING THE ROAD WITH A TROLLEY OR LIGHT RAIL VEHICLE:

A. Remember they are loud and move slowly like freight trains
B. Always pass a light rail vehicle or trolley slowly on the right
C. Never turn in front of an approaching trolley or light rail vehicle

c

IF YOU ARE STOPPED, INTENDING TO TURN LEFT, BUT ONCOMING VEHICLES ARE APPROACHING, YOU SHOULD:

A. Turn immediately if there are no pedestrians nearby
B. Give the oncoming vehicles the right-of-way
C. Turn because you have the right-of-way

b

WHEN SHOULD YOU LET OTHER DRIVERS GO FIRST EVEN YOU HAVE A LEGAL RIGHT-OF-WAY?

A. When other drivers want to drive faster
B. Never. It confuses other drivers
C. When it helps prevent accidents

c

WHERE SHOULD YOU START YOUR U-TURN ON A STREET WITH TWO LANES IN EACH DIRECTION?

A. Always in the center left turn lane
B. In the left lane
C. In the right lane

b

A TRAFFIC LIGHT IS RED, BUT A PEACE OFFICER IS TELLING YOU TO GO AHEAD ANYWAY. WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

A. Wait for the green light
B. Change lanes and drive slowly
C. Do as the officer tells you

c

+
THIS SIGN MEANS:

A. Another lane is merging with yours
B. Another road crosses yours
C. Side road ahead on the right

b

BEFORE GETTING OUT OF YOUR PARKED CAR ON THE TRAFFIC SIDE OF THE STREET, YOU SHOULD:

A. Check traffic coming from behind before opening your door
B. Open your door so the other vehicles will stop and let you out
C. Give a hand and arm signal for a left turn

a

DRIVERS ABOUT TO PASS OTHERS SHOULD BE ESPECIALLY CAREFUL OF PEDESTRIANS AND VEHICLES ENTERING THE ROAD AT:

A. Crossroads, intersections and junctions
B. Railroad crossings and stations
C. Shopping center entrances and exits
D. All of the above

d

IF YOU ARE APPROACHING A RAILROAD CROSSING WITH RED FLASHING LIGHTS, YOU MUST:

A. Stop and don’t proceed until the red lights stop flashing
B. Stop only if you see a train coming
C. Slow down before crossing

a

YOU SHOULD NOT ENTER AN INTERSECTION WITH LIMITED SPACE, KNOWING YOU WILL BLOCK THE INTERSECTION:

A. Unless you have the right-of-way
B. Under any circumstances
C. Unless some of the cross traffic can get around you

b

IF YOU BECOME ANGRY OR UPSET, YOU SHOULD:

A. Control your emotions while driving
B. Park the car and “cool down” before driving on
C. Speed up so you can reach your final destination faster

b

IF A CAR AHEAD OF YOU HAS STOPPED AT A CROSSWALK, YOU SHOULD:

A. Stop and then proceed when safe
B. Change lanes, look carefully, and pass
C. Slow down, look both ways, and proceed
D. Drive to the right edge of the road and stop

a

BEFORE YOU REACH THE INTERSECTION, WHEN CROSSING RAILROAD TRACKS IN SLOW TRAFFIC, YOU SHOULD:

A. Wait until you can completely cross the tracks before you proceed
B. Stop on the tracks until your light turns green
C. Stop between the crossing gates in case they close

a

WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF YOU ARE DRIVING AND SEE AN EMERGENCY VEHICLE WITH FLASHING LIGHTS BEHIND YOU?

A. Drive to the right edge of the road and stop
B. Speed up to clear traffic
C. Stay in your lane but slow down

a

WHEN DRIVING THROUGH FOG OR RAIN, IT IS ADVISABLE TO:

A. Turn on your parking lights only
B. Turn on your four-way hazard lights
C. Turn on your headlights to low-beam

c

WHEN A TRAFFIC SIGNAL LIGHT IS NOT WORKING, YOU SHOULD:

A. Stop only if other vehicles are present
B. Slow down and stop if necessary
C. Stop and continue driving when it is safe

c

WHO HAS THE RIGHT-OF-WAY AT AN INERSECTION WITH NO CROSSWALKS?

A. Pedestrians, but only with the green walk signal
B. Vehicles, but they should slow down and be careful
C. Pedestrians always have the right-of-way

c

~Do Not Pass~
THIS SIGN MEANS THAT YOU SHOULD NOT PASS:

A. Other vehicles for any reason
B. Unless it seems safe to do so
C. Until after you pass the sign

a

ON A SHARP CURVE, YOU SHOULD USE YOUR BRAKES TO SLOW YOUR VEHICLE:

A. During the entire time you drive through a curve
B. Before you enter the curve
C. Just after you enter the curve

b

DRIVERS MUST USE TURN SIGNALS WHEN:

A. Changing lanes and making turns
B. Entering and exiting freeways
C. Driving toward or away from a curb or roadside
D. All of the above

d

WHEN A CAR WITH BRIGHT HEADLIGHTS COMES TOWARD YOU AT NIGHT, YOU SHOULD:

A. Move toward the right edge of your lane
B. Look above the oncoming headlights
C. Look below the oncoming headlights
D. Look toward the right edge of your lane

d

IF YOU ARE STOPPED AT AN INTERSECTION AND THE TRAFFIC LIGHT TURNS GREEN, CAN YOU GO IMMEDIATELY?

A. Yes, you now have the right-of-way
B. Yes, but yield to any vehicle or person still in the intersection
C. Yes, other traffic or pedestrians must yield to you

b

IF THERE ARE STILL OTHER VEHICLES IN THE INTERSECTION WHEN YOUR RED LIGHT TURNS GREEN, YOU SHOULD:

A. Enter the intersection and wait for traffic to clear
B. Move ahead only if you can go around the other vehicles safely
C. Wait until the vehicles clear the intersection before entering

c

WHEN YOU WANT TO PASS A LARGE TRUCK IN THE CENTER OF THREE LANES, IT’S BEST TO PASS:

A. Quickly on the left and move ahead of it
B. Very slowly on the left and move ahead of it
C. Very quickly on the right and move ahead of it

a

THE SPEED LIMIT IN AN ALLEY IS:

A. 20 mph
B. 10 mph
C. 15 mph

c

IF THERE ARE DOUBLE SOLID YELLOW LINES IN THE CENTER OF THE ROADWAY, YOU:

A. May cross the lines to turn left into a private driveway
B. Are on a two-lane one-way street
C. Should treat the lines as a solid wall and not cross for any reason

a

YOU SHOULD CHECK TRAFFIC BEHIND YOU:

A. Only on a freeway or highway
B. So you will know if you are being tailgated
C. Only when you are slowing down

b

THE SPEED LIMIT POSTED ON A ROAD IS 55 MPH. WHEN THE ROAD IS WET:

A. Drive 20 to 25 mph under the speed limit
B. Drive 5 to 10 mph under the speed limit
C. Maintain a 55 mph speed limit

b

WHEN DRIVING NEAR ROAD CONSTRUCTION ZONE, YOU SHOULD:

A. Pass the construction zone carefully and avoid rubbernecking
B. Step on your brakes just before you pass the construction zone
C. Slow down to watch the construction as you pass

a

~Left Turn Yield on Green~
THIS SIGN MEANS:

A. You must wait for the green light
B. You may turn left on a green light when it is safe
C. You may turn left or right when the light is green

b

WHEN ENTERING A FREEWAY ENTRANCE THAT ALLOWS YOU TO ACCELERATE TO MERGE, YOU SHOULD DRIVE AT:

A. About 10 mph below the flow of traffic
B. About the same speed as freeway traffic
C. A legal speed of freeway traffic

b

WHEN YOU ARE TOWING A TRAILER:

A. You must not drive faster than 45 mph
B. The trailer must not swerve from side to side at any speed

b

IF YOU SEE WARNING HAZARD LIGHTS ON A MOVING PASSENGER VEHICLE, IT MEANS:

A. Turn your car around and drive in the opposite direction
B. Pull to the right shoulder and stop
C. There may be a hazard or an accident ahead
D. The vehicle has the right-of-way

c

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TRAFFIC LIGHTS WITH RED ARROWS AND THOSE WITH SOLID RED LIGHTS?

A. You cannot turn against a red arrow, even if you stop first
B. Red arrows are only used for protected turn lanes
C. Red arrows are only used to stop traffic that is turning left

a

WHEN YOU FOLLOW VEHICLES TOO CLOSELY AND ANOTHER DRIVER SUDDENLY CUTS IN FRONT OF YOU, WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

A. Swerve into the lane next to you
B. Slam on your brakes
C. Drive onto the shoulder of the road
D. Take your foot off the gas pedal

d

WHEN YOU PARK YOUR CAR UPHILL NEXT TO A CURB, THE RIGHT FRONT WHEEL SHOULD BE:

A. Turned to the right with the wheel touching the curb
B. Parallel to the curb with the brake set
C. Turned so the back of the wheel is against the curb
D. Turned in either direction—it doesn’t make any difference

c

IF YOU ARE DRIVING AND FINDING IT HARD TO STAY AWAKE, YOU SHOULD:

A. Open your windows
B. Pull off the road, park, remove your ignition key and rest
C. Drink plenty of black coffee

b

~Stop~
THIS SIGN MEANS:

A. Stop every time
B. Stop only if other vehicles are present
C. Stop ten feet before the intersection

a

WHEN BACKING OUT OF AN ANGLED PARKING SPACE, YOU SHOULD ALWAYS MOVE SLOWLY AND:

A. Look at your rearview mirror
B. Look over your right shoulder
C. Have someone outside of the vehicle direct you

b

WHEN YOU ENTER A FREEWAY, YOU SHOULD CHECK TRAFFIC BY USING:

A. The inside and outside mirrors only
B. Only your rearview mirrors
C. All mirrors and turning your head

c

WHO IS RESPONSIBILE FOR KNOWING HOW YOUR MEDICATIONS AFFECT YOUR DRIVING?

A. You
B. Your doctor
C. Your pharmacist

a

WHEN YOU ARE DRIVING IN THE LEFT OF TWO TRAFFIC LANES, AND MANY CARS ARE PASSING ON YOUR RIGHT, YOU SHOULD:

A. Pull onto the left shoulder to let the other vehicles pass
B. Move over into the right lane when it is safe
C. Stay in your lane so you will not impede the traffic flow

b

IF YOUR VEHICLE GAS PEDAL STICKS, YOU SHOULD:

A. Shift into neutral and apply the brakes
B. Apply the parking brake immediately
C. Pull up the pedal with your toe

a

WHEN PARKING YOUR VEHICLE ON ANY HILL:

A. One of your rear wheels should touch the curb
B. Use your parking brake and leave the vehicle in “park.”
C. Your front wheels should be parallel to the road if there is no curb

b

IF YOU CANNOT STOP SAFELY AT A YELLOW TRAFFIC LIGHT BEFORE ENTERING AN INTERSECTION, YOU SHOULD:

A. Stop your vehicle in the intersection and back up carefully
B. Stop your vehicle before entering the intersection anyway
C. Enter the intersection carefully and continue across

c

YOU MAY BE FINED UP TO $1,000 AND HAVE YOUR DRIVERS LICENSE ____ FOR ONE YEAR IF YOU FAIL TO STOP WHEN A SCHOOL BUS IS STOPPED WITH FLASHING RED LIGHTS.

A. revoked
B. suspended
C. delayed
D. restricted

b

TO SEE VEHICLES IN YOUR BLIND SPOTS, YOU MUST LOOK:

A. In your inside rearview mirror
B. In your side mirrors
C. Over your shoulders

c

WHEN LOOKING AHEAD OF YOUR VEHICLE WHILE DRIVING, YOU SHOULD:

A. Look straight ahead at all times
B. Look only at the car ahead of you
C. Scan your surroundings

c

WHAT IS THE BEST ADVICE FOR DRIVING WHEN HEAVY FOG, DUST, OR PRECIPITATION OCCURS?

A. Try not to drive until conditions improve
B. Do not drive too slowly because other drivers may hit you
C. Alternate your low and high-beams to improve your vision

a

IF YOU HAVE TROUBLE SEEING OTHER VEHICLES BECAUSE OF DUST, PRECIPITATION, OR SMOKE BLOWING ACROSS THE ROADWAY, YOU SHOULD DRIVE SLOWER AND TURN ON YOUR:

A. Parking lights
B. Interior lights
C. Headlights

c

TAILGATING OTHER DRIVERS:

A. Cannot result in a traffic citation
B. Can frustrate other drivers and make them angry
C. Reduces accidents by preventing you from being cut off

b

WHO HAS THE RIGHT-OF-WAY WHEN A VEHICLE APPROACHES A PEDESTRIAN AT AN INTERSECTION WITH NO CROSSWALKS?

A. The pedestrian
B. The pedestrian, but only when he or she has the green WALK signal
C. The vehicle, but it should slow down

a

WHEN YOU LOOK AHEAD WHILE DRIVING, IT IS BEST TO:

A. Look beyond the car ahead of you
B. Look only at the back of the car ahead of you
C. Focus on the right side of your lane

a

IT IS ILLEGAL TO ENTER AN INTERSECTION WHEN:

A. You cannot cross without obstructing traffic on either side
B. The lane you want to enter is open
C. The light is yellow
D. The light is flashing yellow and you have not come to a complete stop first

a

WHEN ROADS ARE SLIPPERY, YOU SHOULD:

A. Decrease the distance you look ahead of your vehicle
B. Stop and test the traction of your tires while going up hills
C. Avoid making fast turns and fast stops

c

IF YOUR CAR HAS AIR BAGS, YOU SHOULD USE YOUR SEATBELT:

A. Only on the freeway
B. At all times
C. Unless you are only driving within city limits

b

HOW SHOULD CHILDREN UNDER 13 YEARS OLD BE POSITIONED IN MOTOR VEHICLES?

A. In the front seat, within reach of an adult driver
B. In the front seat, secured by a seatbelt or child seat
C. In the back seat, out of view of the driver
D. In the back seat, secured by a seatbelt or child restraint seat

d

A GREEN ARROW MEANS GO, BUT FIRST YOU MUST:

A. Check the vehicle behind you in your rearview mirror
B. Wait five seconds before proceeding
C. Yield to any vehicle, bicycle, or pedestrian in the intersection

c

IF THERE IS A RAILROAD CROSSING AHEAD AND A RED FLASHING SIGNAL WARNS YOU OF AN APPROACHING TRAIN, YOU MUST:

A. Stop and don’t proceed until the red lights stop flashing
B. Slow down before crossing
C. Stop only if you see a train coming

a

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING WOULD BEST IMPROVE TRAFFIC FLOW?

A. Using public transportation
B. Eliminating the “space cushion”
C. Raising the speed limit

a

IF THE ROADWAY IS WET AND THE CAR STARTS TO SKID, YOU SHOULD:

A. Slow down by pumping the brakes quickly and firmly
B. Slow down by shifting to a lower gear
C. Slowly ease your foot off the gas pedal

c

WHEN YOU APPROACH A SHARP CURVE IN THE ROAD, YOU SHOULD:

A. Start braking as soon as you enter the curve
B. Start braking before you enter the curve
C. Accelerate into the curve and brake out of it

b

IF A DRIVER UNEXPECTEDLY PULLS IN FRONT OF YOU:

A. Take your foot off the gas pedal
B. Drive onto the shoulder of the road
C. Move to the lane next to you

a

FOLLOWING CLOSELY BEHIND ANOTHER VEHICLE:

A. Helps you avoid other drivers’ blind spots
B. Is a common cause of rear-end accidents
C. Increases fuel efficiency

b

IT IS ILLEGAL FOR A PERSON 21 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER TO DRIVE WITH A BLOOD ALCOHOL CONCENTRATION (BAC) THAT IS ____ OR HIGHER.

A. 0.08% —Eight hundredths of one percent
B. 0.10%—One tenth of one percent
C. 0.05%—Five hundredths of one percent

a

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS TRUE ABOUT DOUBLE PARKING?

A. It is illegal under any circumstances
B. It is illegal unless you wait in the vehicle
C. It is allowed if you are making a delivery

a

IT’S BEST NOT TO DRIVE IN THE FOG, BUT IF YOU MUST, YOU SHOULD USE:

A. Low-beam lights
B. High-beam lights
C. Fog lights only

a

SOLID YELLOW LINES SEPARATE:

A. Vehicles traveling in opposite directions
B. Bicycle lanes from regular traffic
C. Traffic lanes on one-way streets

a

~Lane Ends Merge Left~
THIS SIGN MEANS:

A. The right lane ends ahead—merge left
B. If you continue, you must exit

a

YOU SEE A CAR APPROACHING FROM THE REAR, BUT WHEN YOU CHECK YOUR MIRROR AGAIN BEFORE CHANGING LANES, YOU NO LONGER SEE IT. YOU SHOULD:

A. Turn your signal on and change lanes slowly
B. Look over your shoulder to be sure the car is not in your blind spot
C. Signal, honk your horn, and change lanes slowly

b

WHEN YOU ARE IN A DEDICATED TURN LANE CONTROLLED BY A GREEN ARROW, WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS TRUE?

A. All vehicles or pedestrians in the intersection must yield to you
B. All oncoming traffic is stopped by red lights
C. You may turn in the arrow’s direction without checking traffic

b

WHEN A YELLOW ARROW APPEARS AS YOU WAIT IN A DEDICATED RIGHT TURN LANE, YOU SHOULD:

A. Be prepared to obey the next signal that appears
B. Check for pedestrians and then turn with caution
C. Stop and do not make the turn under any circumstances

a

WHICH OF THESE STATEMENTS IS TRUE ABOUT MOTORCYCLES?

A. Motorcycles are small and can easily be seen by drivers
B. Motorcycles may not share traffic lanes
C. Motorcycles should be followed at a greater distance

c

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS TRUE OF SLIPPERY ROADS?

A. Shaded areas may have hidden ice spots that freeze first/dry last
B. Bridges and overpasses usually freeze before roads do
C. Wet leaves cause slipping, and wet ice is slicker than ice alone
D. All of the above

d

A GOOD SAFETY RULE, WHEN YOU ARE SURE YOU HAVE A LEGAL RIGHT-OF-WAY, IS:

A. Always take it
B. Never insist on it
C. Always let the other driver have it

b

YOU ARE DRIVING DEFENSIVELY WHEN YOU:

A. Always put one car length between you and the car ahead of you
B. Stare at the car in front of you while driving
C. Keep your eyes moving and look for possible hazards

c

IF YOUR VEHICLE HAS A STEERING WHEEL LOCK, SHOULD YOU EVER TURN OFF THE IGNITION WHILE IT IS MOVING?

A. No, the steering wheel may lock and you can lose control of your vehicle
B. Yes, turning off the ignition will not affect the steering control
C. No, unless you want to coast downhill
D. Yes, but be prepared to skid if you step on the brakes too hard

a

HIGHWAYS ARE MOST SLIPPERY:

A. During a heavy rainstorm
B. During a light rain
C. Just when it starts to rain after a dry spell

c

THE DRIVER AHEAD OF YOU STOPS AT A CROSSWALK. WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

A. Cautiously pass the vehicle at 15 mph or less
B. Change lanes, look carefully, and pass the stopped vehicle
C. Stop, then proceed when all pedestrians have crossed

c

YOU ARE APPROACHING AN INTERSECTION AT THE POSTED SPEED LIMIT WHEN THE SIGNAL LIGHT TURNS YELLOW. YOU SHOULD:

A. Slow down and proceed through the intersection with caution
B. Speed up to cross the intersection before the light turns red
C. Stop before entering the intersection, if you can do so safely

c

BEFORE YOU CHANGE LANES, YOU SHOULD:

A. Be sure no one is behind you in your lane
B. Check your mirrors and look over your shoulder
C. Never look over your right shoulder

b

WHEN DRIVING IN TRAFFIC AT NIGHT ON A DIMLY LIT STREET, YOU SHOULD:

A. Drive slowly enough so you can stop within the area lighted by your headlights
B. Turn on your high-beam headlights to better see the vehicles directly ahead of you
C. Keep instrument lights bright to be more visible to other drivers

a

WHICH OF THESE STATEMENTS IS TRUE REGARDING MOTORCYCLES?

A. Motorcycles are small and can be easily seen by drivers
B. Motorcycles should be followed at a greater distance
C. Motorcycles may not share lanes

b

IF YOU ARE BEING TAILGATED, YOU SHOULD:

A. Brake quickly
B. Signal the tailgater when it is safe to pass you
C. Increase your following distance

c

IF YOUR DRIVING PRIVILEGE HAS BEEN REVOKED, YOU MAY:

A. Drive only in an emergency
B. Still drive to and from work or school
C. Not drive in this state with any license or permit
D. Drive only in the presence of a licensed parent or guardian

c

A RIGHT TURN STARTS IN THE RIGHT-HAND LANE AND END IN:

A. The left lane
B. The lane closest to the curb
C. Any lane available

b

FLASH FLOODS CAN CAUSE VEHICLES TO FLOAT AND FILL WITH WATER, TRAPPING AND DROWNING PEOPLE. WHILE ESPECIALLY DANGEROUS AT NIGHT AND IN DEEP WATER, EVEN ____ INCHES OF WATER CAN FLOAT SOME SMALL CARS.

A. two
B. four
C. six
D. eight

c

AN ORANGE AND RED SIGN OF THE SHAPE OF A TRIANGLE MEANS:

A. Roadwork ahead
B. Vehicle has the right-of-way
C. Slow-moving vehicle

c

WHEN BACKING UP YOUR CAR, YOU SHOULD:

A. Use both rearview mirrors
B. Look over your right shoulder through the rear window and back up slowly
C. Look over your left shoulder through the rear window and back up slowly

b

WHAT IS THE “BASIC SPEED LAW”?

A. Never drive faster than is safe for current conditions
B. Never drive faster than the posted speed limits
C. Keep up with the flow of traffic

a

WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF YOUR ACCELERATOR STICKS WHILE YOU ARE DRIVING?

A. Concentrate on steering and seeing the road
B. Pump the accelerator and try to clear any obstruction
C. Shift to neutral, brake and stop off of the road; turn on flashers
D. All of the above

d

YOU SHOULD USUALLY DRIVE SLOWER WHEN:

A. Passing large trucks on the freeway
B. You want to look at a controlled accident scene
C. You see brake lights coming on several vehicles ahead of you

c

BEFORE CHANGING LANES IN TRAFFIC, YOU NEED TO:

A. Only check your rearview mirror
B. Use arm signals
C. Look over your shoulder to be sure the lane you want to use is clear
D. Signal so that you have the right-of-way

c

IF YOU EXPERIENCE BRAKE FAILURE WHILE DRIVING, YOU SHOULD:

A. Downshift and look for an area to slow down and stop
B. Pump brake pedal quickly; if useless, pump released parking brake
C. Stop off the road if possible, and call for help
D. All of the above

d

LOOK TO THE LEFT AND RIGHT BEFORE ENTERING ANY INTERSECTION ON A GREEN LIGHT BECAUSE:

A. Other vehicles might enter the intersection against a red light
B. Once you are in the intersection, you must only look straight ahead
C. Cross traffic may have a green arrow
D. Pedestrians on the cross street have the right-of-way

a

WHICH WAY DO YOU TURN YOUR FRONT WHEELS TO PARK DOWNHILL NEXT TO A CURB?

A. Into the curb
B. Away from the curb
C. Parallel to the curb

a

YOU MUST MAKE A WRITTEN REPORT (SR 1) TO THE DMV AFTER AN ACCIDENT WHEN DAMAGE TO ONE OF THE VEHICLES IS OVER $750 OR ANY PERSON WAS INJURED:

A. Only if it was your fault
B. Only if you or the other driver was not insured
C. No matter who was at fault

c

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS TRUE ABOUT VEHICLES DISPLAYING A DIAMOND-SHAPED SIGN (INDICATING A HAZARDOUS LOAD)?

A. They are not allowed to drive on freeways
B. They must stop before crossing railroad tracks
C. They are not allowed to exceed 35 mph

b

YOU MUST NOTIFY THE DMV WITHIN FIVE DAYS IF YOU:

A. Sell or transfer your vehicle
B. Paint your vehicle a different color
C. Are cited for a traffic violation

a

IF YOU ARE INVOLVED IN A FATAL ACCIDENT, YOU MUST NOTIFY LAW ENFORCEMENT AND FILE A WRITTEN REPORT (SR 1) WITH:

A. The DMV
B. The CHP
C. Your insurance company

a

YOU MAY TURN RIGHT ON A SOLID RED LIGHT:

A. Only after slowing down and checking traffic
B. Under no circumstances
C. Only after stopping, unless otherwise posted

c

~traffic light~
THIS SIGN MEANS:

A. The traffic signal ahead is not working
B. Be prepared to stop if the light is flashing
C. There is a traffic signal ahead

c

~passing lane 2 miles~
THIS SIGN MEANS:

A. Don’t pass unless it is safe to do so
B. There is a passing lane ahead
C. Be prepared for vehicles passing you

b

8. WHERE SHOULD YOU STOP YOUR VEHICLE WHEN THERE IS NO LIMIT LINE?

A. Twenty feet before the intersection
B. At the corner
C. Just past the corner

b

BLOCKING AN INTERSECTION DURING “RUSH HOUR” TRAFFIC IS:

A. Not permitted unless some of the cross traffic can get around you
B. Not permitted under any circumstances
C. Not permitted unless you have the right-of-way

b

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF A DRUG THAT MAKES YOUR DRIVING UNSAFE IS PERMITTED:

A. If it is not an illegal drug
B. If it is a prescription drug
C. Under no circumstances

b

WHEN CAN YOU DRIVE USING ONLY YOUR PARKING LIGHTS?

A. 30 minutes after sunset or 30 minutes before sunrise
B. Under no circumstances
C. On foggy days when visibility is low

b

~keep right~
THIS SIGN MEANS:

A. Change lanes to the right
B. Drive to the right
C. Slower traffic should move to the right

b

WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF YOUR ENGINE STALLS WHILE YOU ARE DRIVING?

A. Hold your steering wheel tightly (power steering is difficult)
B. Shift your transmission to neutral
C. Try to re-start; if unable, stop off road, using four-way flashers
D. All of the above

d

YOU CAN DRIVE IN A CARPOOL LANE IF YOU:

A. Have the minimum number of passengers shown on the sign
B. Are driving an empty 15-passenger van
C. Want to pass the vehicle ahead

a

WHEN SHOULD YOU USE YOUR HEADLIGHTS?

A. Any time you have trouble seeing other cars
B. Any time you can’t see at least one mile ahead
C. One hour after sunset

a

~one way in arrow pointing left~
THIS SIGN MEANS:

A. One-lane road to the left
B. One-way street—traffic travels to the left
C. All traffic must turn right ahead

b

WHEN DRIVING IN THE FAR RIGHT LANE OF A FREEWAY, YOU:

A. Must drive slower than other traffic
B. Should expect vehicles merging onto the road from freeway onramps
C. Must give the right-of-way to merging traffic

b

WHAT IS THE BENEFIT OF A “SPACE CUSHION” AROUND YOUR VEHICLE?

A. There is none. Other drivers just crowd in front of you
B. You don’t have to worry about the driver next to you
C. If another driver makes a mistake, you have time to react

c

YOU MUST YIELD TO A PEDESTRIAN USING A WHITE CANE OF GUIDE DOG:

A. Only when the pedestrian is obeying traffic controls
B. Only when a guide dog is leading the person across a street
C. At all times

c

USING THE UNPAVED SHOULDER OF THE ROAD TO PASS TO THE RIGHT OF A CAR IS PERMITTED IF:

A. The car ahead is waiting to turn left
B. It should never be done
C. You are turning right at the next corner

b

YOU ARE DRIVING ON A TWO-WAY STREET AND YOU WANT TO TURN LEFT AT AN UPCOMING CORNER. GIVE THE RIGHT-OF-WAY TO:

A. Oncoming vehicles also turning left
B. Pedestrians on the sidewalk for a “WALK” signal
C. Vehicles coming towards you

c

YOU SHOULD SCAN 10 TO 15 SECONDS AHEAD OF YOU:

A. To avoid using your side mirrors
B. Because it is a legal requirement
C. To see hazards early

c

WHENEVER YOU DRIVE, THE LAW CONSIDERS THAT YOU HAVE GIVEN CONSENT (IMPLIED) TO A TEST OF:

A. Your reaction time to an emergency stop
B. The alcoholic content of your blood
C. Your ability to comprehend the road condition

b

WHEN IT IS FOGGY, YOU SHOULD SLOW DOWN AND TURN ON YOUR:

A. Low-beam lights
B. High-beam lights
C. Emergency flashers

a

HIGHWAYS ARE MOST SLIPPERY:

A. During a heavy rainstorm
B. During a light rain
C. Just when it starts to rain after a dry spell

c

WHEN PASSING IN THE ONCOMING TRAFFIC LANE OF A TWO LANE ROAD, YOU SHOULD CONSIDER:

A. Your speed relative to others, and your ability to accelerate
B. How much clear space you need to pass, and how much you have
C. The speed and distance of oncoming traffic, and possible hazards
D. All of the above

d

IF YOU WANT TO PARK DOWNHILL AND THERE IS NO CURB, WHICH WAY DO YOU TURN YOUR FRONT WHEELS?

A. Towards the road
B. Parallel to the road
C. Towards the side of the road

c

. IF THERE ARE STILL OTHER VEHICLES IN THE INTERSECTION WHEN YOUR RED LIGHT TURNS GREEN, YOU SHOULD:

A. Enter the intersection and wait for traffic to clear
B. Move ahead only if you can go around the other vehicles safely
C. Wait until the vehicles clear the intersection before entering

c

WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF YOUR ENGINE STALLS WHILE YOU ARE DRIVING?

A. Hold your steering wheel tightly (power steering is difficult)
B. Shift your transmission to neutral
C. Try to re-start; if unable, stop off road, using four-way flashers
D. All of the above

d

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A. Pull onto the left shoulder to let the other vehicles pass
B. Move over into the right lane when it is safe
C. Stay in your lane so you will not impede the traffic flow

b

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