DMV Practice Test

Which of the following statements is true?
A. Speed limits show the fastest speed you may drive under ideal conditions.
B. You are responsible for adjusting your driving speed to the road conditions.
C. The safe speed is the one that allows you to have complete control of your vehicle.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

If you experience wet brakes, __________
A. dry the brakes by driving faster to “air dry” the brakes.
B. test brakes by sharply applying full pressure to the brake pedal.
C. brakes may pull to one side or may not hold at all
D. none of the above
C. brakes may pull to one side or may not hold at all

Your vehicle must have a horn which can be heard from a distance of __________ feet.
A. 100
B. 200
C. 300
D. 400
D. 400

The lane markings in this image indicate that __________ [http://i57.tinypic.com/sqma7a_th.gif]
A. both cars are approaching a passing zone.
B. both cars are leaving a no-passing zone.
C. it is legal to pass in either direction.
D. both cars are currently in a passing zone.
D. both cars are currently in a passing zone.

The red shaded areas in this image indicate __________
A. the areas visible in the truck’s mirrors. [http://i60.tinypic.com/1z2iu7b_th.jpg]
B. areas where turbulence caused by the truck are strongest.
C. the truck’s blind spots.
D. none of the above
C. the truck’s blind spots.

After driving through standing water your brakes may __________
A. tend to lock up.
B. pull to one side or the other, or they may not hold at all.
C. be too sensitive and tend to grab too quickly.
D. none of the above
B. pull to one side or the other, or they may not hold at all.

Which of the following statements is true?
A. To avoid crashes, think about what might happen; if there are children playing by the road, plan what you will do if one runs or rides into the street.
B. As an experienced defensive driver, you will not have to change your driving to adjust to weather conditions.
C. Hitting a tree, post or solid object is better than hitting a row of bushes.
D. all of the above
A. To avoid crashes, think about what might happen; if there are children playing by the road, plan what you will do if one runs or rides into the street.

Under the __________ Law, if you fail to provide proof of insurance, your driver license and license plate(s) will be suspended for up to three years.
A. Zero-Fault
B. No-Fault
C. Insurance Reliability
D. Fiscal Accountability
B. No-Fault

Driving with parking lights only (in place of headlights) is against the law.
A. True
B. False
A. True

In a vehicle equipped with Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS), pumping the brake will __________
A. neither help nor hurt
B. stop the vehicle faster than normal brakes.
C. disengage or turn off the ABS.
D. none of the above
C. disengage or turn off the ABS.

License revocation for a first DUI conviction is a minimum __________ days.
A. 90
B. 120
C. 150
D. 180
D. 180

A DUI conviction will remain on your driving record for __________ years.
A. 25
B. 50
C. 75
D. 100
C. 75

__________ lines are used to separate lanes of traffic moving in the same direction.
A. Yellow
B. Orange
C. White
D. Red
C. White

Speed limits indicate the fastest speed you may drive under __________ conditions.
A. average
B. the worst
C. ideal
D. none of the above
C. ideal

__________ lines are used to separate lanes of traffic moving in opposite directions.
A. Yellow
B. Orange
C. White
D. Red
A. Yellow

When parking on a public road, __________
A. Florida law requires that you take the keys out of your vehicle before leaving it.
B. always park on the right side of the roadway, even if you are on a one-way street.
C. set the parking brake and shift to park with an automatic transmission or first with a manual transmission.
D. all of the above
A. Florida law requires that you take the keys out of your vehicle before leaving it.

Any driver under the age of 18 who accumulates __________ or more points within a 12 month period is automatically restricted for one year to driving for “Business Purposes ONLY”.
A. 3
B. 6
C. 9
D. 12
B. 6

In social situations that involve alcohol, __________
A. arrange to go with two or more persons and agree which one of you will not drink alcohol.
B. use public transportation.
C. call a cab.
D. any of the above
D. any of the above

Which of the following statements is true?
A. Stop lines, crosswalks and parking spaces are marked by yellow lines.
B. It is unlawful to park in or drive through areas that have pavement markings indicating fire lanes or safety zones.
C. A single white line marks the left edge of all divided or one-way roadways.
D. all of the above
B. It is unlawful to park in or drive through areas that have pavement markings indicating fire lanes or safety zones.

Which of the following are actions you should take to lower the risk of someone running into the rear of your vehicle?
A. Know what is going on around you. Use your rearview mirrors.
B. Slow down gradually. Avoid any sudden actions.
C. Signal well in advance for turns, stops and lane changes.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

This hand signal means __________
A. slow or stop
B. right turn
C. left turn
D. none of the above
B. right turn

In an emergency situation, the total distance in which you will be able to bring your car to a stop includes the __________
A. reaction time.
B. braking distance
C. both A & B
D. none of the above
C. both A & B

When a load extends to the rear __________ feet or more beyond the bed or body of the loaded vehicle, it must be clearly marked.
A. 2
B. 4
C. 6
D. 8
B. 4

If you experience a jammed gas pedal you should do all of the following except __________
A. try to pry the pedal up with the toe of your shoe.
B. shift into neutral.
C. turn the key to lock.
D. use your brakes.
C. turn the key to lock.

Your license can be suspended if you __________
A. fail to carry insurance on your vehicle.
B. fail to stop for a school bus.
C. commit retail theft.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

Which of the following statements is true?
A. Young drivers are more affected by alcohol because their bodies are still in the growth process and their livers have not developed to the extent that they can efficiently process the alcohol in their bloodstream.
B. If you drink alcohol, even a little, your chance of being in a crash is much lower than if you did not drink any alcohol.
C. No one can drink alcohol and drive safely, unless they have been driving for many years.
D. all of the above
A. Young drivers are more affected by alcohol because their bodies are still in the growth process and their livers have not developed to the extent that they can efficiently process the alcohol in their bloodstream.

If you are stopped by a law enforcement officer, __________
A. sit calmly and follow the instructions of the officer.
B. pull off immediately to the extreme left.
C. turn on your high-beam headlights at night.
D. none of the above
A. sit calmly and follow the instructions of the officer.

Don’t use high-beam headlights within __________ feet of oncoming vehicles.
A. 200
B. 300
C. 400
D. 500
D. 500

A __________ is used to separate lanes of traffic moving in opposite directions where changing lanes is permitted.
A. solid yellow line
B. dashed yellow line
C. solid white line
D. dashed white line
B. dashed yellow line

More than half of the crashes that cause injury or death happen at speeds less than __________ MPH and within 25 miles from home.
A. 30
B. 35
C. 40
D. 45
C. 40

The blind spots that can’t be seen without glancing over your shoulder are indicated by the __________ in this image.
A. arrows
B. gray zones
C. rear white zone
D. none of the above
B. gray zones

Which of the following statements is false?
A. Bicyclists using a public roadway are responsible for observing traffic laws.
B. In Florida, the bicycle is legally defined as a pedestrian.
C. Bicyclists may generally operate legally on sidewalks.
D. none of the above
B. In Florida, the bicycle is legally defined as a pedestrian.

If your vehicle stalls on a railroad track, __________
A. turn on your headlights and emergency flashers; sound your horn to warn the train crew.
B. remain by the vehicle and signal the train crew to stop.
C. get out of the vehicle and run toward the train but stay off the tracks to avoid being hit by your vehicle or any debris from the crash.
D. none of the above
C. get out of the vehicle and run toward the train but stay off the tracks to avoid being hit by your vehicle or any debris from the crash.

Traffic in a roundabout __________
A. runs in a clockwise direction only.
B. runs in a counterclockwise direction only.
C. moves in opposite directions just as a typical intersection.
D. none of the above
B. runs in a counterclockwise direction only.

High beam headlights can reveal objects up to a distance of __________ feet.
A. 350
B. 400
C. 450
D. 500
C. 450

In an emergency situation, your __________ is the distance you will travel after putting your foot on the brake.
A. total stopping distance
B. braking distance
C. reaction distance
D. none of the above
B. braking distance

Your license can be __________ if you make a fraudulent driver license application.
A. denied
B. suspended
C. revoked
D. cancelled
B. suspended

Allow a minimum of __________ feet of clearance when passing a bicyclist, and reduce your speed.
A. two
B. three
C. four
D. five
B. three

__________ reflectors, on the lines on the edge of the road, always mean you are facing traffic the wrong way and could have a head-on collision.
A. Yellow
B. Amber
C. Red
D. White
C. Red

Your license must be revoked if you are found guilty of, or department records show __________ cases of reckless driving within one year.
A. 2
B. 3
C. 4
D. 5
B. 3

The Florida “standard” speed limits on rural interstates is __________ mph.
A. 70
B. 65
C. 60
D. 55
A. 70

Florida “Standard” Speed Limits
Municipal Speed Areas – 30 mph
Business or Residential Area – 30 mph
Rural Interstate – 70* mph
Limited Access Highways – 70 mph
All Other Roads and Highways – 55 mph*
School Zones – 20 mph

Anti-lock brakes (ABS) __________
A. prevent skidding and allows drivers to steer during an emergency braking situation.
B. sense a skid and automatically apply the brakes.
C. stop the vehicle faster than normal brakes.
D. all of the above
A. prevent skidding and allows drivers to steer during an emergency braking situation.

Which type of vehicle listed below is considered an emergency vehicle under Florida’s Move Over Law?
A. Law Enforcement
B. Wrecker/Tow Truck
C. Fire/rescue
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

The best child seat is the one that __________
A. fits your child.
B. fits your vehicle.
C. you will use correctly every time.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

The safest speed is one that __________
A. allows you to keep up with other traffic.
B. is posted for the worse conditions.
C. one that allows you to have complete control of your vehicle.
D. all of the above
C. one that allows you to have complete control of your vehicle.

Which of the following statements about exiting an interstate is true?
A. Look ahead for signs telling you about the exit you want and the lane you must use.
B. If you go past your exit, you must go to the next one.
C. Slow down as soon as you are off the expressway; check the posted safe speed for the exit ramp.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

When approaching any intersection or driveway, __________
A. look both ways and be ready to brake or stop.
B. drive at the slowest speed while crossing the intersection.
C. you may pass or change lanes.
D. all of the above
A. look both ways and be ready to brake or stop.

__________ are used to mark the right edge of the pavement.
A. Solid white lines
B. Broken or dashed white lines
C. Solid yellow lines
D. Broken or dashed yellow lines
A. Solid white lines

The number __________ killer of young children in the United States is traffic crashes in which children were not restrained at all.
A. one
B. two
C. three
D. four
A. one

This image is an example of a __________ turn. (http://oi61.tinypic.com/2chlte0.jpg)
A. reverse
B. two point
C. three point
D. none of the above
C. three point

Which of the following statements about motorcycles is true?
A. Watch for motorcycles and yield the right of-way to them before turning.
B. Motorcycles cannot stop as quickly as other vehicles in emergencies.
C. You are legally permitted to share the lane with a motorcycle.
D. all of the above
A. Watch for motorcycles and yield the right of-way to them before turning.

If property damage from a car crash appears to be over $500 and no report is written by an officer, you must make a written report of the crash to the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles within __________ days.
A. 5
B. 10
C. 15
D. 20
B. 10

If you miss your exit on an interstate, __________
A. stop and back up.
B. proceed to the next exit and reenter the interstate and return to the exit you want.
C. stop alongside the exit, if possible, and wait for a gap in the exiting traffic to enter the exit lane.
D. make a U-turn at the next gravel or paved crossover in the median.
B. proceed to the next exit and reenter the interstate and return to the exit you want.

__________ are used to separate more than one lane of traffic moving in the same direction where changing lanes is permitted.
A. Solid white lines
B. Broken or dashed white lines
C. Solid yellow lines
D. Broken or dashed yellow lines
B. Broken or dashed white lines

White Lane Lines
White lane lines separate lanes of traffic moving in the same direction. Single white lines may also mark the right edge of the pavement.
Broken White Line
A broken white line separates two lanes traveling in the same direction. Once you have signaled and if it is safe to do so, you may cross this line when changing lanes.
Solid White Line
A solid white line marks the right edge of the roadway or separates lanes of traffic moving in the same direction. You may travel in the same direction on both sides of this line, but you should not cross the line unless you must do so to avoid a hazard.
Double Solid White Line
A double solid white line separates two lanes of traffic going in the same direction. Crossing a double solid line is prohibited.

Which of the following statements is true?
A. You must always stop if you are moving in the same direction as a school bus and you must remain stopped until the bus stop signal is withdrawn.
B. If the highway is divided by a raised barrier or an unpaved median at least five feet wide, you do not have to stop for a school bus traveling in the opposite direction.
C. On a two way street or highway, all drivers moving in either direction must stop for a stopped school bus which is picking up or dropping off children and remain stopped until all children are clear of the roadway and the bus signal is withdrawn.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

Parking is not allowed within __________ feet of the entrance to a fire, ambulance or rescue squad station.
A. 15
B. 20
C. 25
D. 30
B. 20
Where Parking is not Allowed
On the roadway side of another parked vehicle (double parking).
On crosswalks.
On sidewalks.
In front of driveways.
By curbs painted yellow or where “No Parking” signs are posted.
Within intersections.
Within 15 feet of a fire hydrant.
Within 20 feet of an intersection.
Within 20 feet of the entrance to a fire, ambulance or rescue squad station.
Within 50 feet of a railroad crossing.
On the hard surface of a highway where parking spaces are not marked.
On any bridge or overpass or in any tunnel.
Within 30 feet of a rural mail box on a state highway between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Within 30 feet of any flashing signal, stop sign or traffic signal.
In such a way that you block or create a hazard for other vehicles.
Parking Lights
Parking lights must be used at night on any vehicle parked on a roadway or shoulder outside of cities and towns.
Driving with parking lights only (in place of headlights) is against the law.

If you double the speed of a car, you increase its force of impact __________ times.
A. 3
B. 4
C. 5
D. 6
B. 4

More crashes happen __________ than any other place.
A. in parking lots
B. at railroad crossings
C. at intersections
D. on expressways
C. at intersections

The situation in this image indicates that drivers must __________
A. stop if the pedestrian is in a crosswalk.
B. stop no matter where the pedestrian is trying to cross.
C. slow and be prepared to stop.
D. none of the above
B. stop no matter where the pedestrian is trying to cross.

Which of the following statements is true?
A. Drawbridges are mechanical bridges over navigable waters that raise or turn to allow marine traffic to go under them.
B. When drawbridges begin to move the roadway is closed to all traffic.
C. Drawbridge signals should be treated just like a regular traffic control signal.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

Parking is not allowed __________
A. within 30 feet of a rural mail box on a state highway between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.
B. by curbs painted yellow or where “No Parking” signs are posted.
C. within 50 feet of any flashing signal, stop sign or traffic signal.
D. all of the above
B. by curbs painted yellow or where “No Parking” signs are posted.

When sharing the road with large trucks, __________
A. remember that, because of their large mirrors, a truck has a very small blind spot.
B. stay out of the truck’s “blind spot” to the rear if you are following a truck.
C. speed up if a truck is passing you.
D. all of the above
B. stay out of the truck’s “blind spot” to the rear if you are following a truck.

Yellow lines separate __________
A. lanes of traffic moving in the same direction.
B. lanes of traffic moving in opposite directions.
C. High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes from normal traffic lanes on a freeway.
D. none of the above
B. lanes of traffic moving in opposite directions.

If a passenger is __________ years of age or older and fails to wear a seat belt when required by law, the passenger will be charged with the violation.
A. 16
B. 17
C. 18
D. 19
C. 18

Your license must be revoked if you are found guilty of 15 offenses for which you receive points within a __________-year period.
A. 5
B. 4
C. 3
D. 2
A. 5

Your license must be REVOKED if you are found guilty of, or department records show:
Driving while under the influence of alcohol, drugs or other controlled substances.
A felony in which a motor vehicle is used.
Not stopping to give help when the vehicle you are driving is involved in a crash causing death or personal injury.
Lying about the ownership or operation of motor vehicles.
Three cases of reckless driving within one year. Forfeiting bail and not going to court to avoid being convicted of reckless driving counts the same as a conviction.
An immoral act in which a motor vehicle was used.
Three major offenses or 15 offenses for which you receive points within a 5-year period.
A felony for drug possession.
Vision worse than the standard minimum requirements.
Racing on the highway. A court may also order that your license be revoked for certain other traffic offenses.
Your license will be revoked for at least three years if you kill someone because of reckless driving.

A driver who refuses to take a test to determine drug or alcohol levels will have his or her driving privilege automatically suspended for __________
A. one year.
B. nine months.
C. six months.
D. three months.
A. one year.

A person who holds a Learner’s license must be accompanied by a licensed driver, __________ years of age or older.
A. 21
B. 20
C. 19
D. 18
A. 21

On a __________, it takes three to five seconds longer to pass a truck than it does to pass another car.
A. downgrade
B. upgrade
C. level highway
D. none of the above
C. level highway

When passing another vehicle, do not return to your lane until __________
A. you are at least two seconds ahead of the other vehicle.
B. you can see the tires of the vehicle you passed in your rearview mirror.
C. your rear bumper is at least 10 feet ahead of the other vehicle.
D. none of the above
B. you can see the tires of the vehicle you passed in your rearview mirror.

A driver with 18 points within an 18-month period will face a suspension of not more than __________ months.
A. 3
B. 6
C. 9
D. 12
A. 3

Not more than: 12 points within a 12-month period – 30 days
18 points within a 18-month period – 3 months
24 points within a 36-month period – 1 year
In computing points and suspensions, the offense dates of all convictions are used. Three points will be deducted from the driver record of any person whose driving privilege has been suspended only once under the point system and has been reinstated, if such person has complied with all other requirements. NOTE: Serving a point suspension does not prohibit these convictions from being used to accumulate additional suspensions or revocations.

Which of the following statements is true?
A. The closer you get to the vehicle you want to pass, the less you can see ahead; this is especially true when passing trucks, trailers, and other large vehicles.
B. Before you pull out to pass, check your blind spots and make sure that you have plenty of time and room to pass.
C. Do not return to the right side of the road until you can see the tires of the vehicle you passed in your rearview mirror.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

When sharing the road with large trucks, __________
A. always cross behind a truck that is preparing to back up or is in the process of doing so.
B. when passing a truck, first check to your front and rear, and move into the passing lane only if it is clear and you are in a legal passing zone.
C. a truck’s momentum will cause it to go faster on a downgrade, so you will need to decrease your speed to pass.
D. all of the above
B. when passing a truck, first check to your front and rear, and move into the passing lane only if it is clear and you are in a legal passing zone.

Low beam headlamps are only effective for speeds up to __________ mph.
A. 20-25
B. 30-35
C. 40-45
D. 50-55
A. 20-25

Alcohol reduces __________, which is necessary for safe driving.
A. judgment
B. vision
C. concentration
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

When sharing the road with a motorcyclist, __________
A. remember that cars can stop in a shorter distance than a motorcycle.
B. following too closely endangers your life and that of the motorcyclist.
C. gravel roads increase traction and may cause a motorcycle rider to slow down or brake where a car would not.
D. all of the above
B. following too closely endangers your life and that of the motorcyclist.

When braking a vehicle equipped with anti-lock brakes (ABS) the driver needs to __________
A. pump the brakes, and steer the vehicle in the direction that you want it to go.
B. steer away from the skid.
C. do nothing; the brakes will apply automatically when a skid is sensed.
D. press down hard on the brake pedal, and continue to steer the vehicle.
D. press down hard on the brake pedal, and continue to steer the vehicle.

Anti-lock brakes prevent skidding and allow drivers to steer during an emergency braking situation. ABS can help improve vehicle stability (avoiding spin-outs), steering ability (directing the car where the driver wants it to go) and stopping capability (distance needed to stop the vehicle).

Which of the following is not a place that is too dangerous to pass?
A. Intersections
B. Hills
C. Curves
D. none of the above
D. none of the above

This image indicates a turn __________ (http://oi57.tinypic.com/mt55pc.jpg)
A. from a two-way street onto another two way street.
B. from a two-way street onto a one-way street.
C. from a one-way onto a two-way street.
D. from a one-way street onto another one-way street.
C. from a one-way onto a two-way street.

In an emergency situation, such as a runaway engine or a jammed gas pedal, turning the ignition switch to lock will __________
A. allow you to safely stop the car.
B. lock your steering wheel preventing your ability to steer.
C. is the safest choice to end the emergency.
D. none of the above
B. lock your steering wheel preventing your ability to steer.

Give a turn signal for at least the last __________ feet before you make your turn to let other drivers know what you are going to do.
A. 50
B. 100
C. 150
D. 200
B. 100

Your license can be suspended if you __________
A. refuse to take a test to show if you are driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
B. lie about the ownership or operation of motor vehicles.
C. commit an immoral act in which a motor vehicle was used.
D. all of the above
A. refuse to take a test to show if you are driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

At railroad crossings, __________
A. make sure all tracks are clear before crossing.
B. make sure there is room for your vehicle on the other side before starting to cross.
C. it is against the law to drive around or under a crossing gate, either down or being opened or closed.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

Which of the following points about driving in a roundabout is false?
A. Always signal going in and out of a roundabout.
B. Roundabouts run clockwise, always enter the roundabout to your left.
C. Always yield to pedestrians.
D. Always yield to the traffic that is already in the roundabout.
B. Roundabouts run clockwise, always enter the roundabout to your left.

Your license must be revoked if you are found guilty of, or department records show __________
A. failure to pay child support.
B. use of tobacco if you are under age.
C. lying about the ownership or operation of motor vehicles.
D. all of the above
C. lying about the ownership or operation of motor vehicles.

Tailgating greatly increases your chances of a __________ collision with a truck.
rear-end

You may not have on or in your vehicle: __________
A. headsets worn by driver while operating a vehicle.
B. signs, posters or stickers on the windshield or windows (except those required by law).
C. a very loud muffler or one that lets out smoke.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

You may not have on or in your vehicle:
Red or blue emergency lights. These are for emergency and law enforcement vehicles only.
A siren, bell or whistle.
A very loud muffler or one that lets out smoke.
Signs, posters or stickers on the windshield or windows (except those required by law).
A television which the driver can see.
More than two spotlights, cowl or fender lights, fog lights (in front), or other extra lights (in front).
Headsets worn by driver while operating a vehicle.

The lane markings in this image indicate that __________ [http://i58.tinypic.com/2cwqz3o_th.gif]
A. it is illegal to pass in either direction.
B. passing is permitted only in certain marked zones.
C. it is legal to pass in either direction.
D. none of the above
A. it is illegal to pass in either direction.

When driving slower than the flow of traffic, __________
A. keep right so others may safely pass.
B. remain in the center lane if there is one.
C. keep left so others may safely pass.
D. none of the above
A. keep right so others may safely pass.

If fog or smoke becomes so thick that you cannot see well enough to keep driving, __________
A. turn on your high beams and emergency flashers.
B. slow your speed to at least 20 mph under the posted speed limit.
C. pull all the way off the pavement and stop then, turn on your emergency flashers.
D. none of the above
C. pull all the way off the pavement and stop then, turn on your emergency flashers.

Any driver under 21 with a breath or blood alcohol level of .05 or higher is required to attend a substance abuse course; an evaluation will be completed and parents or legal guardians will be notified of the results for all drivers under the age of __________
A. 21.
B. 20.
C. 19.
D. 18.
C. 19.

Zero Tolerance
Any driver under 21 years of age who is stopped by law enforcement and has a breath or blood alcohol level of .02 or higher will automatically have their driving privilege suspended for 6 months. Any driver under 21 with a breath or blood alcohol level of .05 or higher is required to attend a substance abuse course. An evaluation will be completed and parents or legal guardians will be notified of the results for all drivers under the age of 19. Any driver who has a breath or blood alcohol level of .08 or higher can be convicted for driving under the influence (DUI). If the driver refuses to take a test, his or her driving privilege is automatically suspended for one year.

If all the vehicles in this image reached the intersection at approximately the same time, which vehicle should go first? [http://i62.tinypic.com/4ke7uo_th.gif]
A. A
B. B
C. C
D. none of the above
C. C
Right-of-Way
Who has the right-of-way in Florida? The answer is no one! The law only says who must yield (give up) the right-of-way. Every driver, motorcyclist, moped rider, bicyclist and pedestrian must do everything possible to avoid a crash.
Stop Signs
After a complete stop, you must yield the right-of-way to all other traffic and pedestrians at stop signs. Move forward only when the road is clear. At four-way stops, the first vehicle to stop should move forward first. If two vehicles reach the intersection at the same time, the driver on the left yields to the driver on the right.

If the unpaved median in this image at least __________ feet wide, you do not have to stop if you are moving in the opposite direction of a school bus. [http://i59.tinypic.com/2ypg38j_th.gif]
A. 5
B. 4
C. 3
D. 2
A. 5
School Buses
On a two way street or highway, all drivers moving in either direction must stop for a stopped school bus which is picking up or dropping off children. You must remain stopped until all children are clear of the roadway and the bus’ stop arm is withdrawn.
If the highway is divided by a raised barrier or an unpaved median at least five feet wide, you do not have to stop if you are moving in the opposite direction of the bus. Painted lines or pavement markings are not considered barriers. You must always stop if you are moving in the same direction as the bus and you must remain stopped until the bus stop arm is withdrawn.

You can be put in jail or made to pay a fine for __________
A. failing to make crash reports.
B. knowingly giving false information in crash reports.
C. unlawful use of your license, including allowing your license to be used by another person.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

Other Serious Violations of the License Law
You can be put in jail or made to pay a fine for the following offenses:
Changing your license in any way. Any changes must be made by the Department. Unlawful use of your license, including allowing your license to be used by another person.
Making a fraudulent application for a driver license or identification card.
Having more than one Florida driver license.
Allowing an unlicensed person to use your car, or renting a motor vehicle to someone without a license.
Giving false statements to an officer or in a courtroom.
Knowingly giving false information in crash reports.
Failing to make crash reports.

Your license will be revoked for at least __________ years if you kill someone because of reckless driving.
A. 5
B. 4
C. 3
D. 2
C. 3

If your vehicle breaks down, it may be parked on the side of the expressway (completely off the pavement) for no more than __________ hours.
A. three
B. four
C. five
D. six
D. six

Expressway Safety Reminders
Plan your trip. Know just where you will get on and get off.
Drive in the right lane and pass on the left. If there are three lanes, use the right lane for lower speed driving, the left for passing. If you stay in the right lane, watch for cars entering the expressway. Adjust your speed or move into the center lane so they can enter safely.
Never stop on the pavement, shoulder, or connecting ramp of an expressway except in an emergency. If your vehicle breaks down, it may be parked on the side of the expressway (completely off the pavement) for no more than six hours. Raise your hood and tie a white cloth to your antenna or left door handle to show you need help.
Never back up on an expressway entrance ramp or exit ramp. The only exception to this would be if you are trying to enter an expressway through an exit. In this case, you would see a “WRONG WAY” or “DO NOT ENTER” sign. Then you must back up or turn around.
Do not cross, drive on or park on the median strip.
Do not follow too closely. Rear end collisions are the greatest danger on expressways. Always leave room for emergency stops.
Stop driving when you feel tired. On long trips the hum of the engine and your lack of movement can make you feel sleepy. Stop for a cup of coffee, a short walk, or a nap. Do not risk falling asleep at the wheel.

If road or weather conditions are not good, __________ your following distance.
A. quadruple
B. triple
C. double
D. halve
C. double

The markings in the left hand lane of this image indicate a __________ [http://i57.tinypic.com/orpm5y_th.gif]
A. passing lane.
B. left hand turn lane
C. HOV or carpool lane.
D. reversible lane
C. HOV or carpool lane.

Unlike an integrated car seat or a separate carrier, infant carriers or children’s car seats must be used for children up to __________ years of age and younger.
A. 2
B. 3
C. 4
D. 5
B. 3

If you experience a vehicle fire, do not __________
A. attempt to extinguish the fire, even if it is small and you have a portable extinguisher.
B. move away from the vehicle.
C. apply water to a gasoline or diesel fire.
D. all of the above
C. apply water to a gasoline or diesel fire.

Fire
If the fire is small and you have a portable extinguisher, you should attempt to extinguish the fire.
If you cannot extinguish the fire and it continues to get larger, get away from the vehicle, due to the presence of toxic fumes and the possibility of explosion.
Never apply water to a gasoline or diesel fire.

Which of the following statements is false?
A. The law only says who must yield (give up) the right-of-way.
B. If two vehicles reach a four-way stop at the same time, the driver on the right yields to the driver on the left.
C. After a complete stop, you must yield the right-of-way to all other traffic and pedestrians at stop signs; move forward only when the road is clear.
D. none of the above
B. If two vehicles reach a four-way stop at the same time, the driver on the right yields to the driver on the left.

Right-of-Way
Who has the right-of-way in Florida? The answer is no one! The law only says who must yield (give up) the right-of-way. Every driver, motorcyclist, moped rider, bicyclist and pedestrian must do everything possible to avoid a crash.
Stop Signs
After a complete stop, you must yield the right-of-way to all other traffic and pedestrians at stop signs. Move forward only when the road is clear. At four-way stops, the first vehicle to stop should move forward first. If two vehicles reach the intersection at the same time, the driver on the left yields to the driver on the right.

In a crash, ___________
A. you are safer if you are thrown clear of the vehicle than remaining inside.
B. the chances of injury as the result of being struck by another passenger are very rare.
C. seat belts keep you from being thrown against parts of your vehicle, such as the steering wheel or windshield.
D. none of the above
C. seat belts keep you from being thrown against parts of your vehicle, such as the steering wheel or windshield.

If you are behind other vehicles, use low beams when you are within __________ feet of the vehicle ahead.
A. 200
B. 300
C. 400
D. 500
B. 300

Night Driving
You will need to drive with extra care at night. You cannot see as far ahead or to the side, and glare from oncoming cars can reduce your vision even more. Follow these guidelines for driving at night:
Use your headlights (low beam or high beam) between the hours of sunset and sunrise.
Low beam headlamps are only effective for speeds up to 20-25 MPH. You must use special care when driving faster than these speeds, since you are unable to detect pedestrians, bicyclists and others.
High beam headlights can reveal objects up to a distance of at 450 feet and are most effective for speeds faster than 25 MPH.
Don’t use high-beam headlights within 500 feet of oncoming vehicles.
If you are behind other vehicles, use low beams when you are within 300 feet of the vehicle ahead.
When leaving a brightly lit place, drive slowly until your eyes adjust to the darkness.
Don’t look directly at oncoming headlights. Instead, watch the right edge of your lane. Look quickly to be sure of the other vehicle’s position every few seconds.
Drive as far to the right as you can if a vehicle with one light comes toward you.

To drive safely on the expressway, __________
A. know just where you will get on and get off.
B. drive in the left lane and pass on the right.
C. stop on the pavement, shoulder, or connecting ramp if you need to stop in a non-emergency situation.
D. all of the above
A. know just where you will get on and get off.

Expressway Safety Reminders
Plan your trip. Know just where you will get on and get off.
Drive in the right lane and pass on the left. If there are three lanes, use the right lane for lower speed driving, the left for passing. If you stay in the right lane, watch for cars entering the expressway. Adjust your speed or move into the center lane so they can enter safely.
Never stop on the pavement, shoulder, or connecting ramp of an expressway except in an emergency. If your vehicle breaks down, it may be parked on the side of the expressway (completely off the pavement) for no more than six hours. Raise your hood and tie a white cloth to your antenna or left door handle to show you need help.
Never back up on an expressway entrance ramp or exit ramp. The only exception to this would be if you are trying to enter an expressway through an exit. In this case, you would see a “WRONG WAY” or “DO NOT ENTER” sign. Then you must back up or turn around.
Do not cross, drive on or park on the median strip.
Do not follow too closely. Rear end collisions are the greatest danger on expressways. Always leave room for emergency stops.
Stop driving when you feel tired. On long trips the hum of the engine and your lack of movement can make you feel sleepy. Stop for a cup of coffee, a short walk, or a nap. Do not risk falling asleep at the wheel.

The lane markings in this image indicate that ___________ [http://i57.tinypic.com/sqma7a_th.gif]
A. both cars are approaching a passing zone.
B. both cars are approaching a no-passing zone.
C. it is safe to pass in either direction.
D. none of the above
B. both cars are approaching a no-passing zone.

Pavement Markings
Yellow Lane Lines
Yellow lane lines separate lanes of traffic moving in opposite directions. Single yellow lines may also mark the left edge of the pavement on divided highways and one-way streets.
Broken Yellow Line
A broken yellow line separates lanes of traffic moving in opposite directions. Stay to the right of the line, unless you are passing a vehicle in front of you. When passing, you may cross this line temporarily when it is safe to do so.
Double Yellow Lines: One Solid, One Broken
A solid yellow line to the right of a broken yellow center line means passing or crossing is prohibited in that lane, except when turning left. If the broken line is closer to you, you can cross the broken line only to pass another vehicle and only when it is safe to do so.
Double Yellow Lines
Double solid yellow lines prohibit vehicles moving in either direction from crossing the lines. You may not cross these lines unless turning left when it is safe to do so.

The reaction time in a laboratory setting is __________ second.
A. 1/4
B. 1/2
C. 3/4
D. 1
C. 3/4

Brakes
Your car must have two braking systems. Each must be able to stop the car alone. The parking or emergency brake should be strong enough to hold the car on any hill.
NOTE: Reaction times in laboratories are 3/4 of a second. In the driving environment, your reaction time would be closer to 1.5 seconds and the distance you would travel at 50 mph would be 110 feet. To this must be added a REACTION DISTANCE, which is the distance you travel from seeing the danger to putting your foot on the brake pedal. Since 3/4 of a second is the average reaction time, a motorist will travel 11 feet for each 10 MPH of speed before hitting the brake.

To enter an expressway safely, __________
A. slow to a speed approximately 10 mph below the speed of the traffic on the expressway.
B. try to adjust your speed so that you can move into the traffic when you reach the end of the acceleration lane.
C. stop on the acceleration lane to yield the right-of-way to traffic on the expressway.
D. all of the above
B. try to adjust your speed so that you can move into the traffic when you reach the end of the acceleration lane.

__________ separate lanes of traffic moving in the same direction where crossing over the line is prohibited.
A. Double solid white lines
B. Broken or dashed white lines
C. Double solid yellow lines
D. Broken or dashed yellow lines
A. Double solid white lines

Which of the following statements is true?
A. The center lane of a three-lane highway is used only for turning left.
B. Red reflectors in the roadway always mean you are facing traffic the wrong way.
C. On multi-lane roadways, drive in the right lanes except when overtaking and passing.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

Traffic Lanes
Always drive on the right side of a two-lane highway except when passing. If the road has four or more lanes with two-way traffic, drive in the right lanes except when overtaking and passing. Left lanes on some interstate roads are reserved for car pool vehicles with two or more occupants in the car – watch for diamond signs in the median. The center lane of a three-lane or five-lane highway is used only for turning left.
If you see red reflectors facing you on the lane lines, you are on the wrong side of the road. Get into the proper lane immediately! If you see red reflectors on the lines on the edge of the road, you are on the wrong freeway ramp. Pull over immediately! Red reflectors always mean you are facing traffic the wrong way and could have a head-on collision.

If you are stopped at a crossing where there is more than one set of tracks, __________ before you start across.
A. watch for the signal on the other track
B. wait at least 2 seconds to see if another train is coming
C. be alert for a second train on the other set of tracks
D. all of the above
C. be alert for a second train on the other set of tracks

CROSSBUCK SIGN
Crossbuck signs are found at highway-rail intersections. They are yield signs. You are legally required to yield the right-of-way to trains. Slow down, look and listen for a train, and stop if a train approaches. Railroad crossbuck signs are found at most crossings. If there is more than one track, the sign below the crossbuck will show the number of tracks at the crossing
FLASHING RED LIGHT SIGNALS
At many highway-rail crossings, the crossbuck sign has flashing red lights and bells. When the lights begin to flash, stop! A train is approaching. DO NOT STOP ON THE TRACKS OR WITHIN 15 FEET OF THE CROSSING. If there is more than one track, make sure all tracks are clear before crossing. Do not move forward until you can do so safely. In heavy traffic make sure there is room for your vehicle on the other side before starting to cross.
GATES
Many crossings have gates with flashing red lights and bells. Stop when the lights begin to flash and before the gate lowers across your road lane. If the gates are down, the road is closed. It is against the law to drive around or under a crossing gate, either down or being opened or closed. Do not move forward until the gates are raised and the lights stop flashing as there may be a train approaching on an adjacent track.

Which of the following statements is false?
A. Independent travel for a person who is blind involves some risk that can be greatly reduced when you, the driver, are aware of the use and meaning of a white cane or guide dog.
B. Drivers must always yield the right-of-way to persons who are blind.
C. When a pedestrian is crossing a street or highway guided by a dog or carrying a white cane (or a white cane with a red tip), vehicles must slow down.
D. none of the above
C. When a pedestrian is crossing a street or highway guided by a dog or carrying a white cane (or a white cane with a red tip), vehicles must slow down.

Side windows may not be covered by, or treated with any material which has a highly reflective or mirrored appearance that reflects more than __________% of the light.
A. 20
B. 25
C. 30
D. 35
D. 35

Over __________ percent of the injuries to children in car crashes could be prevented by using crash-tested child restraints.
A. 60
B. 70
C. 80
D. 90
C. 80

If you triple the speed of a car, you increase its force of impact __________ times.
A. 3
B. 4
C. 8
D. 9
D. 9

Any driver under 21 years of age who is stopped by law enforcement and has a breath or blood alcohol level of __________ or higher will automatically have their driving privilege suspended for 6 months.
A. .01
B. .02
C. .03
D. .04
B. .02

If you are involved in a crash, __________
A. you must stop.
B. you must get help if anyone is hurt.
C. be ready to give your name, address, and vehicle registration number, as well as show your driver license to others involved in the crash.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

When passing, you must return to the right side of the road before coming within __________ feet of any vehicle coming from the opposite direction.
A. 100
B. 200
C. 300
D. 400
B. 200

When using the two-second rule, if you reach the mark before you finish counting “one thousand two”, you __________
A. are not following closely enough.
B. are following too closely.
C. should increase your speed.
D. should decrease your following distance.
B. are following too closely.

When leaving an expressway, __________
A. make last-minute turns into an exit.
B. slow down well before reaching the exit ramp.
C. slow down as soon as you are off the expressway.
D. all of the above
C. slow down as soon as you are off the expressway.

Studies have shown that people who use marijuana __________ than other drivers.
A. make fewer mistakes
B. have less trouble adjusting to glare
C. get arrested for traffic violations more
D. all of the above
C. get arrested for traffic violations more

A truck or any vehicle towing another vehicle may not follow within __________ feet of another truck or vehicle towing a vehicle.
A. 100
B. 200
C. 300
D. 400
C. 300

Once you have stopped for a school bus with flashing red lights, you must remain stopped until __________
A. all of the students have departed the bus.
B. the school bus resumes motion or the flashing red lights are no longer activated.
C. the bus driver motions that it is OK to proceed.
D. none of the above
B. the school bus resumes motion or the flashing red lights are no longer activated.

Which of the following statements is true?
A. Horses have poor side vision and are easily frightened by loud noises or sudden movements.
B. When an animal is seen in the road or on the road shoulder, you should slow down and, if necessary, yield the right-of-way.
C. Often an animal’s eyes shining in the headlight beams will be seen before the rest of an animal is visible at night.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

If you refuse to take a blood test, a urine test, or a breath test if an officer thinks that you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs while driving, your license will automatically be suspended for __________
A. two years.
B. eighteen months.
C. one year.
D. six months.
C. one year.

Which of the following statements is false?
A. Pulling off the roadway to pass on the right is legal.
B. When passing, do not return to the right side of the road until you can see the tires of the vehicle you passed in your rearview mirror.
C. Passing on the right is only legal when there are two or more lanes of traffic moving in the same direction or the vehicle you are passing is making a left turn.
D. Before you pull out to pass, check your blind spots and make sure that you have plenty of time and room to pass.
A. Pulling off the roadway to pass on the right is legal.

The risk of death is five times greater if you __________ in a crash.
A. remain behind the wheel
B. keep control of the vehicle
C. are thrown from a vehicle
D. all of the above
C. are thrown from a vehicle

Any driver under 21 with a breath or blood alcohol level of __________ or higher is required to attend a substance abuse course.
A. .02
B. .03
C. .04
D. .05
D. .05

If a police officer’s directions are in conflict with a traffic light or sign you should obey the traffic light or sign.
A. True
B. False
B. False

The driver approaching the emergency vehicle in this image must __________ [pictured: some ******* driving toward a pulled over accident involving the police who should pass into the lane furthest from this accident]
A. leave the lane closest to the emergency vehicle, as soon as it is safe to do so.
B. stop before approaching the emergency vehicle.
C. maintain speed but be prepared to slow.
D. none of the above
A. leave the lane closest to the emergency vehicle, as soon as it is safe to do so.

Which of the following statements is true?
A. It is the motorist’s responsibility to do everything possible to avoid colliding with any pedestrians.
B. Motorists must yield to pedestrians crossing the street or driveway at any marked mid-block crossing, driveway or intersection without traffic signals.
C. Turning motorists must yield to pedestrians at intersections with traffic signals.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

Which of the following statements is true?
A. Avoid hydroplaning by slowing down when it rains and by having tires with the right air pressure and good tread.
B. Brakes often become wet after driving through deep water or driving in heavy rain and may pull to one side or the other or not hold at all; if this happens, slow down and gently push on the brake pedal until your brakes are working again.
C. Roads are most slippery just after the rain begins because oil dropped from cars has not been washed away.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

To use the two-second rule, watch the vehicle ahead pass __________ and start counting “one thousand one”�
A. a fixed object such as an overpass
B. a bicyclist.
C. another vehicle.
D. any of the above
A. a fixed object such as an overpass

Your license must be __________ if you are found guilty of driving while under the influence of alcohol, drugs or other controlled substances.
A. cancelled
B. revoked
C. suspended
D. denied
B. revoked

If you experience __________, move the vehicle so all four wheels are off the pavement, turn on your emergency flashers, get all passengers out on the side away from traffic, tie a white cloth on the left door handle or antenna, and raise the hood.
A. your right wheels off the pavement
B. a jammed gas pedal
C. a breakdown
D. wet brakes
C. a breakdown

Which of the following statements about this image is false? [pictured: one guy driving in his lane separated from one direction only dashed white line lanes by double yellow lines]
A. It is legal to pass over the dashed white line.
B. It is legal to cross the double yellow line to turn into a driveway.
C. It is legal for the car in the single lane to pass.
D. none of the above
C. It is legal for the car in the single lane to pass.

Which of the following statements about being passed by another vehicle is true?
A. The driver of the car being passed must not increase speed until the pass is complete.
B. Move to the right side of your lane to give someone passing you more room and a better view of the road ahead.
C. Help other drivers pass you safely.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

High beam headlights are most effective for speeds faster than __________ mph.
A. 40
B. 35
C. 30
D. 25
D. 25

When you back up, __________
A. check behind your vehicle before you get in.
B. placing your left arm on the back of the seat will allow you to turn around and look directly through the rear window.
C. back quickly; your vehicle is much easier to steer at higher speeds when backing.
D. all of the above
B. placing your left arm on the back of the seat will allow you to turn around and look directly through the rear window.

To turn safely, __________
A. make up your mind about your turn before you get to the turning point.
B. an approach for a left turn should be made in the part of the left half of the roadway nearest the center line on a two-lane road with traffic in both directions.
C. give a turn signal for at least the last 50 feet before you make your turn.
D. all of the above
A. make up your mind about your turn before you get to the turning point.

The lane markings in this image indicate that __________
A. both cars are approaching a passing zone.
B. both cars are approaching a no-passing zone.
C. it is legal to pass in either direction.
D. both cars are currently in a no-passing zone.
B. both cars are approaching a no-passing zone.

The lane markings in this image indicate that __________ [pictured: lanes moving in opposite directions separated by a dotted yellow line]
A. it is illegal to pass in either direction
B. you may not cross the line except to turn into a driveway or parking lot.
C. it is legal to pass in either direction.
D. none of the above
C. it is legal to pass in either direction.

The law requires every driver to properly secure children __________ years of age or younger in child restraint devices.
A. 4
B. 5
C. 6
D. 7
B. 5

An average freight train traveling at __________ mph needs a stopping distance of more than 1/2 mile.
A. 30
B. 40
C. 50
D. 60
A. 30

You must stop 50 feet, but not less than __________ feet from the nearest rail of the railroad when a human flagger is warning of an approaching train.
A. 10
B. 15
C. 20
D. 25
B. 15
Trains cannot stop quickly. An average freight train traveling at 30 MPH needs a stopping distance of more than half a mile. Longer trains moving at faster speeds can take one and a half miles or more to stop. Any pedestrian or person driving a vehicle and approaching a railroad highway grade crossing must stop 50 feet, but not less than 15 feet from the nearest rail of the railroad when: the electrical or mechanical warning devices are flashing, the crossing gate is lowered, a human flagger is warning of an approaching train, or an approaching train is clearly visible and is in close proximity to the railroad-highway grade crossing. Do not proceed until you can do so safely.
Always approach highway-railroad crossings at a reasonable speed and be prepared to stop if you have to. Be especially alert when you are following buses or trucks, which may have to stop at highway-railroad crossings even when gates are up and the warning lights are not flashing. If your car stalls on the tracks don’t hesitate. Get yourself and your passengers out and away from the car immediately. If a collision is imminent, the safest direction is toward the train but stay off the tracks. That way you will be least likely to be hit by your vehicle or any debris from the collision.

When entering an interstate, traffic on the interstate __________
A. has the right-of-way.
B. must yield to you.
C. can be counted on to create an opening.
D. none of the above
A. has the right-of-way.

A licensed driver who is 17 years of age may not operate a motor vehicle between __________, unless accompanied by a driver who is 21 years of age or older.
A. 12:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m.
B. 1:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.
C. 12:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.
D. 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m.
D. 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m.

If you see that you are about to be involved in a crash, it is better to __________
A. swerve left toward oncoming traffic instead of to the right to prevent a crash.
B. hit a tree, post or solid object.
C. hit a vehicle moving in the same direction as you rather than hitting a vehicle head-on.
D. all of the above
C. hit a vehicle moving in the same direction as you rather than hitting a vehicle head-on.
Defensive driving means doing all you can to prevent crashes. As a defensive driver, you will “give” a little. You will change your driving to fit the weather conditions, the way you feel, and the actions of other drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians. Follow these steps to avoid crashes:
1. Look for possible danger. Think about what might happen. If there are children playing by the road, plan what you will do if one runs or rides into the street.
2. Understand what can be done to prevent a crash.
3. Act in time. Once you have seen a dangerous situation, act right away to prevent a crash. Use these defensive driving tips if you see that you are about to be involved in a crash:
It is better to swerve right instead of toward oncoming traffic to prevent a crash.
Hitting a row of bushes is better than hitting a tree, post or solid object.
Hitting a vehicle moving in the same direction as you are is better than hitting a vehicle head-on.
It is better to drive off the road than skid off when avoiding a crash.
It is better to hit something that is not moving instead of a vehicle moving toward you.

To make a three-point turn, __________
A. begin by moving as far left as possible, checking traffic, and signaling a right turn.
B. the second step is to turn the steering wheel sharply to the left and move forward slowly; stop at the curb, or edge of roadway.
C. last, shift to reverse, turn your wheels sharply to the left, check traffic, and back your vehicle to the left curb, or edge of roadway.
D. all of the above
B. the second step is to turn the steering wheel sharply to the left and move forward slowly; stop at the curb, or edge of roadway.
Sometimes you will need to turn your car around in a very small space. Use a three-point turn only if the road is too narrow for a U-turn and you can’t go around the block. To make a three-point turn:
1. Move as far right as possible, check traffic, and signal a left turn.
2. Turn the steering wheel sharply to the left and move forward slowly. Stop at the curb, or edge of roadway.
3. Shift to reverse, turn your wheels sharply to the right, check traffic, and back your vehicle to the right curb, or edge of roadway.
You can now move in the opposite direction. Check the traffic and move forward. Never make a three-point turn or a U-turn on a curve, a hill or when a sign indicates that making a U-turn is prohibited.

Your license can be suspended if you __________
A. break a traffic law and fail to pay your fine or appear in court as directed.
B. fail to pay child support.
C. use tobacco if you are under age.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above
Your license can be SUSPENDED if you:
Make a fraudulent driver license application.
Allow your license to be used for a purpose that is against the law.
Are convicted in a traffic court and the court orders that your license be suspended.
Refuse to take a test to show if you are driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Misuse a restricted license.
Earn a certain number of points for traffic offenses on the point system.
Break a traffic law and fail to pay your fine or appear in court as directed.
Fail to pay child support.
Fail to carry insurance on your vehicle.
Fail to stop for a school bus.
Use tobacco if you are under age.
Retail theft.

At railroad crossings, __________
A. be especially alert when you are following buses or trucks, which have to stop at railroad crossings even when gates are up and the warning lights are not flashing.
B. stop at least 5 feet from the nearest rail of the railroad when the electrical or mechanical warning devices are flashing.
C. if your car stalls on the tracks and a collision is imminent, the safest direction to run in is in the same direction as the train.
D. all of the above
A. be especially alert when you are following buses or trucks, which have to stop at railroad crossings even when gates are up and the warning lights are not flashing.

If you experience __________, do not use brakes, concentrate on steering, slow down gradually, brake softly when the car is under control, and pull completely off the pavement.
A. brake failure
B. a car or motorcycle approaching in your lane
C. a jammed gas pedal
D. a tire blowout
D. a tire blowout
Tire Blowout
Do not use brakes.
Concentrate on steering.
Slow down gradually.
Brake softly when the car is under control.
Pull completely off the pavement.

You must turn on your __________
A. low beam (dim) headlights from one-half hour after sunset to one-half hour before sunrise.
B. low beam (dim) headlights when driving between sunset and sunrise and during any rain, smoke, or fog.
C. parking lights when driving during twilight or in rain, smoke, or fog.
D. none of the above
B. low beam (dim) headlights when driving between sunset and sunrise and during any rain, smoke, or fog.
You must turn on your low beam (dim) headlights when driving between sunset and sunrise, including the twilight hours between sunset and sunrise or between full night and sunrise. You must also use these lights during any rain, smoke or fog. Parking lights do not meet requirements of this law.

__________ collisions are the greatest danger on expressways.
A. Rear end
B. Head on
C. Passenger side
D. Driver side
A. Rear end
Expressway Safety Reminders
Plan your trip. Know just where you will get on and get off.
Drive in the right lane and pass on the left. If there are three lanes, use the right lane for lower speed driving, the left for passing. If you stay in the right lane, watch for cars entering the expressway. Adjust your speed or move into the center lane so they can enter safely.
Never stop on the pavement, shoulder, or connecting ramp of an expressway except in an emergency. If your vehicle breaks down, it may be parked on the side of the expressway (completely off the pavement) for no more than six hours. Raise your hood and tie a white cloth to your antenna or left door handle to show you need help.
Never back up on an expressway entrance ramp or exit ramp. The only exception to this would be if you are trying to enter an expressway through an exit. In this case, you would see a “WRONG WAY” or “DO NOT ENTER” sign. Then you must back up or turn around.
Do not cross, drive on or park on the median strip.
Do not follow too closely. Rear end collisions are the greatest danger on expressways. Always leave room for emergency stops.
Stop driving when you feel tired. On long trips the hum of the engine and your lack of movement can make you feel sleepy. Stop for a cup of coffee, a short walk, or a nap. Do not risk falling asleep at the wheel.

The __________ Law requires owners and operators of motor vehicles to be financially responsible for damages and/or injuries they may cause to others when a motor vehicle crash happens.
A. Zero-Fault
B. No-Fault
C. Financial Responsibility
D. Fiscal Accountability
C. Financial Responsibility
This law requires any person to have bodily injury liability insurance at the time of the following:
1. A citation for DUI, which results in a revocation.
These cases require the following minimum insurance coverage:
$300,000 Bodily Injury Liability to two or more persons.
$50,000 Property Damage Liability (PDL)
If you do not have the required insurance to comply with the Financial Responsibility Law, your driver license and/or license plates will be suspended for up to three years. You will have to pay a reinstatement fee and show the department certified proof of full liability insurance on Form FR-44 for three years from the original suspension date to get your driving privilege back.
2. A suspension for excessive points against your driver license.
3. A crash where you are at fault and injuries have occurred.
4. A revocation for Habitual Traffic Offender.
5. A revocation for any serious offense where this department is required to revoke your license.
The cases listed above (excluding DUI) must have the following minimum insurance coverage:
$10,000 Bodily Injury Liability (BIL) (to one person).
$20,000 Bodily Injury Liability to two or more persons.
$10,000 Property Damage Liability (PDL), or
$30,000 Combined single limits.
If involved in any of the above violations (excluding DUI) and you do not have insurance to comply with the Financial Responsibility Law, your driver license and/or license plates will be suspended for up to three years. You will have to pay a $15 reinstatement fee and show the department certified proof of full liability insurance on Form SR-22 for three years from the original suspension date to get your driving privilege back.
In addition, if you are the driver or the owner of a vehicle which is in a crash that is your fault, this department can require you to pay for the damages before your driving privilege is reinstated.
Under this law, to protect yourself and others, you should have liability insurance on any motor vehicle you own or drive, including motorcycles.

If property damage from a car crash appears to be over $__________ and no report is written by an officer, you must make a written report of the crash to the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles within 10 days.
A. 1,000
B. 750
C. 500
D. 250
C. 500
1. STOP
If you are in a crash while driving, you must stop. If anyone is hurt, you must get help. You must also be ready to give your name, address, and vehicle registration number, as well as show your driver license to others involved in the crash.
2. REPORT THE CRASH
If the crash causes injury, death, or property damage, it must be reported. Call the local police, the Florida Highway Patrol, or the county sheriff’s office. If the crash involves a charge of driving under the influence (DUI) or results in death, injury, or property damage to the extent a wrecker must tow a vehicle, the officer will fill out a report. If the crash is investigated by an officer, the driver need not make a written report. If property damage appears to be over $500 and no report is written by an officer, you must make a written report of the crash to the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles within 10 days. The officer will provide you with a copy of the form for your records.

A person who holds a Learner’s license can only drive during daylight hours the first __________ months from the original issue date.
A. 12
B. 9
C. 6
D. 3
D. 3
Learner’s Driver License
A person who holds a Learner’s license must be accompanied by a licensed driver, 21 years of age or older, who occupies the front passenger seat closest to the right of the driver. Drivers can only drive during daylight hours the first three months from the original issue date and must be accompanied by a licensed driver 21 years or older, who occupies the front passenger seat. After the first three months, drivers may operate a vehicle from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. with a licensed driver, 21 years of age or older, occupying the front passenger seat. Drivers with a Learner’s license are ineligible for a motorcycle endorsement.
Learner’s Driver License
The following requirements must be met in order to obtain a regular Class E license:
Must hold the learner’s license for 12 months or until the 18th birthday.
Must have NO moving traffic violation convictions 12 months from the issue date of the Learner’s license.
May have one moving traffic violation conviction within 12 months from the issue date of the learner’s license, if adjudication is withheld.
A parent, legal guardian or responsible adult over 21 years old, must certify that the driver has 50 hours of driving experience, of which 10 hours must be at night.

When sharing the road with large trucks, __________
A. trucks have less traction and stability at highway speeds or on wet roads so they stop less quickly.
B. always use high-beam headlights when you follow a truck at night.
C. leave space in case the truck drifts back slightly when it starts to move if you are stopped behind a truck on an upgrade.
D. all of the above
C. leave space in case the truck drifts back slightly when it starts to move if you are stopped behind a truck on an upgrade.
Following a Truck
In general, trucks take slightly longer than cars to stop because of their size. However, at highway speeds or on wet roads, trucks may have better traction and stability allowing them to stop more quickly. A car following too closely may not be able to stop quickly enough to avoid rear-ending the truck.
If you are following a truck, stay out of its “blind spot” to the rear. Avoid following too closely and position your vehicle so the truck driver can see it in his side mirrors. Then you will have a good view of the road ahead, and the truck driver can give you plenty of warning for a stop or a turn. You will have more time to react and make a safe stop.
When you follow a truck at night, always dim your headlights. Bright lights from a vehicle behind will blind the truck driver when they reflect off the truck’s large side mirrors.
If you are stopped behind a truck on an upgrade, leave space in case the truck drifts back slightly when it starts to move. Also, keep to the left in your lane so the driver can see that you’re stopped behind the truck.

In the driving environment, your reaction time would about __________ seconds.
A. 3
B. 2.5
C. 2
D. 1.5
D. 1.5

A __________ means you may pass, using the oncoming lane, when it is safe to do so.
A. solid yellow line
B. dashed yellow line
C. solid white line
D. dashed white line
B. dashed yellow line
Yellow Lane Lines
Yellow lane lines separate lanes of traffic moving in opposite directions. Single yellow lines may also mark the left edge of the pavement on divided highways and one-way streets.
Broken Yellow Line
A broken yellow line separates lanes of traffic moving in opposite directions. Stay to the right of the line, unless you are passing a vehicle in front of you. When passing, you may cross this line temporarily when it is safe to do so.
Double Yellow Lines: One Solid, One Broken
A solid yellow line to the right of a broken yellow center line means passing or crossing is prohibited in that lane, except when turning left. If the broken line is closer to you, you can cross the broken line only to pass another vehicle and only when it is safe to do so.
Double Yellow Lines
Double solid yellow lines prohibit vehicles moving in either direction from crossing the lines. You may not cross these lines unless turning left when it is safe to do so.

When sharing the road with large trucks, __________
A. keep as close as possible to the center line when you meet a truck coming from the opposite direction to avoid a sideswipe crash and to reduce the wind turbulence between the two vehicles.
B. slow down after you pass a truck.
C. avoid following a truck too closely and position your vehicle so the truck driver can see it in his side mirrors.
D. all of the above
C. avoid following a truck too closely and position your vehicle so the truck driver can see it in his side mirrors.

Your license must be __________ if you are found guilty of, or department records show racing on the highway.
A. cancelled
B. revoked
C. suspended
D. denied
B. revoked
Your license must be REVOKED if you are found guilty of, or department records show:
Driving while under the influence of alcohol, drugs or other controlled substances.
A felony in which a motor vehicle is used.
Not stopping to give help when the vehicle you are driving is involved in a crash causing death or personal injury.
Lying about the ownership or operation of motor vehicles.
Three cases of reckless driving within one year. Forfeiting bail and not going to court to avoid being convicted of reckless driving counts the same as a conviction.
An immoral act in which a motor vehicle was used.
Three major offenses or 15 offenses for which you receive points within a 5-year period.
A felony for drug possession.
Vision worse than the standard minimum requirements.
Racing on the highway. A court may also order that your license be revoked for certain other traffic offenses.
Your license will be revoked for at least three years if you kill someone because of reckless driving.

Solid white lines __________
A. mean changing lanes is not allowed.
B. separate lanes of traffic moving in the same direction.
C. mark the edge of the pavement.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

Which of the following statements is true?
A. All drivers should yield the right-of-way to public transit buses traveling in the same direction which have signaled and are reentering the traffic flow from a specifically designated pullout bay.
B. All drivers should yield the right-of-way to public transit buses traveling in the opposite direction which have signaled and are reentering the traffic flow from a specifically designated pullout bay.
C. All drivers must yield the right-of-way to public transit buses traveling in the same direction only if the bus has signaled and is reentering the traffic flow from a specifically designated school loading zone.
D. all of the above
A. All drivers should yield the right-of-way to public transit buses traveling in the same direction which have signaled and are reentering the traffic flow from a specifically designated pullout bay.

Which of the following statements is true?
A. Drivers entering a driveway or alley should yield to bicyclists and pedestrians on the sidewalk.
B. Drivers must yield the right-of-way to all emergency vehicles using sirens and/ or flashing lights by pulling over to the closest edge of the roadway and stopping.
C. Vehicles in a funeral procession must have their headlights on to tell other drivers not to interfere with the procession.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

If you experience skidding, __________
A. take your foot off the gas pedal.
B. use your brakes, if possible.
C. steer the car opposite the direction of the skid to straighten the vehicle out.
D. all of the above
A. take your foot off the gas pedal.
Take your foot off the gas pedal.
Do not use your brakes, if possible.
Pump the brakes gently if you are about to hit something.
Steer the car into the direction of the skid to straighten the vehicle out. Then steer in the direction you wish to go.

Your car must have a white light that makes the license plate visible from __________ feet.
A. 50
B. 75
C. 100
D. 125
A. 50
Your car must have the following lights:
Bright (high-beam) headlights which show objects 450 feet ahead.
Dimmed (low-beam) headlights which show objects 150 feet ahead.
Two red taillights mounted on the rear, visible from 1,000 feet.
A white light that makes the license plate visible from 50 feet (The plate must be kept clean).
Two red stoplights. They must be seen from 300 feet in the daytime, and must come on when the foot brake is pressed.
All vehicles, including animal-drawn vehicles, must have at least one white light visible from a distance of not less than 1,000 feet to the front. They must also have two red lights visible from a distance of not less than 1,000 feet to the rear, or one red light visible to the rear for a distance of 1,000 feet and two red reflectors visible from all distances from 600 feet to 1,000 feet.

The red shaded areas in this image are known as __________ zones.
A. red-
B. blind-
C. no-
D. danger-
C. no-
The “No-Zone”
Blind Spots. Although most large vehicles have several rearview mirrors, it is easy for a car, motorcycle or bicycle to be hidden in a large vehicle’s blind spot. Do not follow closely behind a truck or a bus. When driving near a large vehicle, be aware of the driver’s blind spots on the right, left, front and behind.
Rear Blind Spots. Unlike passenger cars, trucks and buses have deep blind spots directly behind them. Tailgating greatly increases your chances of a rear-end collision with a commercial vehicle.
Unsafe Passing. Another “No Zone” is just in front of trucks and buses. When passing a bus or truck, be sure you can see the cab in your rearview mirror before pulling in front.
Wide Right Turns. Truck and bus drivers sometimes need to swing wide to the left in order to safely negotiate a right turn. They cannot see cars directly behind or beside them. Cutting in between the commercial vehicle and the curb or shoulder to the right increases the possibility of a crash.
Backing Up. When a truck is backing up, it sometimes must block the street to maneuver its trailer accurately. Never cross behind a truck that is preparing to back up or is in the process of doing so. Remember, most trailers are eight and a half feet wide and can completely hide objects that suddenly come between them and loading areas. Automobile drivers attempting to pass behind a truck enter a blind spot for both drivers.

Slow down and plan for at least __________ times the normal stopping distance if it begins to rain while you are driving.
A. two
B. three
C. four
D. five
A. two
The first few drops of rain mean danger. Roads are most slippery just after the rain begins because oil dropped from cars has not been washed away. Slow down and plan for at least two times the normal stopping distance.
In a heavy rain, your tires can ride on a thin film of water, like skis. This is called hydroplaning. When your tires are not touching the road, you can easily lose control and skid. Keep your tires on the road by slowing down when it rains, and by having tires with the right air pressure and good tread.
Brakes often become wet after driving through deep water or driving in heavy rain. They may pull to one side or the other, or they may not hold at all. If this happens, slow down and gently push on the brake pedal until your brakes are working again.

When crossing an intersection, __________
A. drive at the slowest speed just before entering the intersection, not while crossing.
B. do not pass or change lanes.
C. be aware of vehicles behind you.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

For safety, pedestrians should __________
A. look to the left and the right before stepping off any curb.
B. always walk on the shoulder on the right side, with traffic, while walking along a highway.
C. cross with the red light or “WALK” signal.
D. all of the above
A. look to the left and the right before stepping off any curb.

The gravel or paved crossovers in the medians of some expressways __________
A. can be used to make a U-turn if you miss your exit.
B. can be used to turn back on an interstate under certain special circumstances.
C. are only for use by police and emergency vehicles.
D. none of the above
C. are only for use by police and emergency vehicles.

If turning properly, the driver in this image should turn into __________
A. the lane farthest from the lane from which he or she came.
B. any lane lawfully available, or safe, for the desired direction of travel.
C. the lane closest to the curb.
D. none of the above
B. any lane lawfully available, or safe, for the desired direction of travel.

When encountering the pedestrian in this image, drivers must __________
A. slow and be prepared to stop.
B. come to a stop if the pedestrian is in a marked crosswalk.
C. come to a complete stop.
D. none of the above
C. come to a complete stop.

Florida law does not give anyone the right-of-way; the law only says who must give up the right-of-way.
A. True
B. False
A. True

When passing a large truck, do not pull back in front of the truck until __________
A. your rear bumper passes the truck’s front bumper.
B. you can see the front of the truck in your rear-view mirror.
C. you are at least 10 to 15 feet in front of the truck.
D. none of the above
B. you can see the front of the truck in your rear-view mirror.

The lane markings in the center lane in this image indicate that __________
A. traffic may use the center lane for passing in either direction.
B. the center lane is for left turns only.
C. the center lane can be reversed during rush hour or other special traffic conditions.
D. all of the above
C. the center lane can be reversed during rush hour or other special traffic conditions.

When parking on a public road, you must not park more than __________ away from the curb.
A. six inches
B. one foot
C. eighteen inches
D. two feet
B. one foot

If you are worried, down or are upset about something, __________
A. use your driving time to think through your problems.
B. driving will help you calm down.
C. listen to the radio.
D. all of the above
C. listen to the radio.

If there is an obstruction in the road ahead such as a bicyclist or a pedestrian walking too closely to the roadway, it is legal to cross to the left of a solid double lane marker in a no-passing zone if the roadway ahead is clear.
A. True
B. False
A. True
You may not pass on a two-lane road with traffic moving in opposite directions under these conditions:
Where you see a “DO NOT PASS” or “NO PASSING ZONE” sign. The prohibition of passing in a no-passing zone does not apply when an obstruction exists making it necessary to drive to the left of the center of the highway [s 316.0875(3) F.S.]. Thus, when a cyclist is traveling so slowly as to constitute an “obstruction,” a motorist may cross the center line in a no-passing zone if the way is clear to do so, i.e., when it can be seen that oncoming traffic is far enough away the pass may be completed before coming within 200 feet of an oncoming vehicle.
Where a solid yellow line is painted on your side of the center line.
On hills or curves, and at intersections.
Within 100 feet of a bridge, viaduct, tunnel, or railroad crossing. Violators may be arrested or issued a ticket.

When there is a bike lane at an intersection, __________
A. signal your turn prior to crossing through the bike lane at the dashed striping.
B. yield to any bicyclist.
C. you may enter the bike lane at the intersection or driveway after first checking to make sure that no bicyclists are present if there is no right turn lane.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

Which of the following statements about school crossings is false?
A. When children (walking, bicycling or skating) or school crossing guards are present in a crosswalk, drivers must yield or stop at the marked stop line.
B. You are not required to stop at school crosswalks unless a school crossing guard is present.
C. You must be prepared to reduce your speed or stop at school crossings because children are unpredictable.
D. none of the above
B. You are not required to stop at school crosswalks unless a school crossing guard is present.

If you must drive in fog or smoke, __________
A. turn on your high beam headlights.
B. do not use windshield wipers.
C. be ready for a fast stop.
D. all of the above
C. be ready for a fast stop.

When approaching an emergency vehicle parked on a two-lane roadway with the emergency lights activated, you must slow to a speed that is __________ miles per hour less than the posted speed limit.
A. 5
B. 10
C. 15
D. 20
D. 20

You must stop __________ feet, but not less than 15 feet from the nearest rail of the railroad when the electrical or mechanical warning devices are flashing.
A. 50
B. 45
C. 40
D. 35
A. 50

If a passenger who is 18 years of age or older is not wearing a seat belt, the __________ will be charged with the violation.
A. driver
B. passenger
C. both A & B
D. none of the above
B. passenger

The primary traveling aids for a person who is blind are often a __________ cane or a trained guide dog.
A. brown
B. black
C. white
D. yellow
C. white

You may not pass on a two-lane road with traffic moving in opposite directions within __________ feet of a bridge, viaduct, tunnel, or railroad crossing.
A. 100
B. 200
C. 300
D. 400
A. 100

You may not pass on a two-lane road with traffic moving in opposite directions under these conditions:
Where you see a “DO NOT PASS” or “NO PASSING ZONE” sign. The prohibition of passing in a no-passing zone does not apply when an obstruction exists making it necessary to drive to the left of the center of the highway [s 316.0875(3) F.S.]. Thus, when a cyclist is traveling so slowly as to constitute an “obstruction,” a motorist may cross the center line in a no-passing zone if the way is clear to do so, i.e., when it can be seen that oncoming traffic is far enough away the pass may be completed before coming within 200 feet of an oncoming vehicle.
Where a solid yellow line is painted on your side of the center line.
On hills or curves, and at intersections.
Within 100 feet of a bridge, viaduct, tunnel, or railroad crossing. Violators may be arrested or issued a ticket.

Before changing lanes, check your blind spots by looking __________
A. in your side view mirrors.
B. in your rear view mirror.
C. over your shoulder.
D. all of the above
C. over your shoulder.

If your vehicle breaks down, try to park where the disabled vehicle can be seen for __________ feet in each direction.
A. 100
B. 200
C. 300
D. 400
B. 200

Breakdowns
If possible, park where the disabled vehicle can be seen for 200 feet in each direction.
Move the vehicle so all four wheels are off the pavement.
Turn on your emergency flashers.
Get all passengers out on the side away from traffic.
Tie a white cloth on the left door handle or antenna.
Raise the hood.

You should never cut into the open space between a truck and the curb if the driver has signaled to turn because __________
A. large trucks cannot turn without first swinging wide in the opposite direction.
B. other traffic may force him back into your lane.
C. the truck driver may have accidentally given the wrong signal.
D. none of the above
A. large trucks cannot turn without first swinging wide in the opposite direction.

If you are involved in a crash, __________
A. do not move your vehicle.
B. you must move your vehicle yourself or, if that is not possible, call a tow truck.
C. move your vehicle only after you are directed to do so by a law enforcement officer.
D. none of the above
B. you must move your vehicle yourself or, if that is not possible, call a tow truck.

__________ your following distance when driving a motor home or towing a trailer.
A. Quadruple
B. Triple
C. Double
D. Halve
C. Double
Minimum Safe Following Distances
Leave plenty of space between you and the vehicle ahead, including bicycles. If it stops quickly, you will need time to see the danger and stop.
Using the Two-Second Rule
At any speed, you can use the two-second rule to see if you are far enough behind the car in front of you:
Watch the vehicle ahead pass some fixed point – an overpass, sign, fence corner, or other marker.
Count off the seconds it takes you to reach the same spot in the road (“one thousand and one, one thousand and two…”).
If you reach the mark before you finish counting, you are following too closely. Slow down and check your following distance again.
The two-second rule applies to any speed in good weather and road conditions. If road or weather conditions are not good, double your following distance. You should also double your following distance when driving a motor home or towing a trailer.
Following Distance For Trucks
A truck or any vehicle towing another vehicle may not follow within 300 feet of another truck or vehicle towing a vehicle. This law does not apply to overtaking and passing, and it does not apply within cities or towns.

The lane markings in this image indicate that __________
A. both cars are approaching a passing zone.
B. both cars are leaving a no-passing zone.
C. it is safe to pass in either direction.
D. both cars will soon leave a passing zone.
D. both cars will soon leave a passing zone.

Your license can be suspended if you __________
A. commit three major offenses or 15 offenses for which you receive points within a 5-year period.
B. misuse a restricted license.
C. have vision worse than the standard minimum requirements.
D. all of the above
B. misuse a restricted license.

Every driver who obtains a license must drive safely to keep it. If you break the traffic laws or become an unsafe driver, your license can be taken away. It can be suspended, revoked, or canceled.
Your license can be SUSPENDED if you:
Make a fraudulent driver license application.
Allow your license to be used for a purpose that is against the law.
Are convicted in a traffic court and the court orders that your license be suspended.
Refuse to take a test to show if you are driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Misuse a restricted license.
Earn a certain number of points for traffic offenses on the point system.
Break a traffic law and fail to pay your fine or appear in court as directed.
Fail to pay child support.
Fail to carry insurance on your vehicle.
Fail to stop for a school bus.
Use tobacco if you are under age.
Retail theft.

If properly parked, the vehicle in this image is parked __________
A. uphill with a curb.
B. uphill without a curb.
C. uphill with or without a curb.
D. none of the above
B. uphill without a curb.

Parking on Hills
When parking on hills:
Turn your wheels so that if your car starts to move, it will roll away from traffic or into the curb. Study the diagram provided.
Set the parking brake.
Place automatic gear shift in park. Shift manual gears to reverse (downhill) or first (uphill).
Turn vehicle off.

Parking is not allowed __________
A. on the roadway side of another parked vehicle (double parking).
B. within 20 feet of a fire hydrant.
C. within 25 feet of an intersection.
D. all of the above
A. on the roadway side of another parked vehicle (double parking).

Florida traffic law designates who has the right-of-way at intersections and other points where traffic meets.
A. True
B. False
B. False

Which of the following are not allowed on expressways?
A. Motor-driven cycles and motor scooters with 150 cubic centimeter displacement or less.
B. Pedestrians
C. Bicycles
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

On interstates, one-way streets or divided four-lane roads, a __________ will mark the left edge of the pavement.
A. solid yellow line
B. dashed yellow line
C. solid white line
D. dashed white line
A. solid yellow line

Your tires should have visible tread of at least __________/32 of an inch across the base with no worn spots showing the ply.
A. 2
B. 4
C. 6
D. 8
A. 2

A licensed driver who is under the age of __________ may not operate a motor vehicle between 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., unless accompanied by a licensed driver over the age of 21.
A. 15
B. 16
C. 17
D. 18
C. 17
A licensed driver (Class E or higher) who is under the age of 17 may not operate a motor vehicle between 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., unless accompanied by a driver who is 21 years of age or older and holds a valid driver license (Class E or higher), or the operator is driving to or from work. A licensed driver (Class E or higher) who is 17 years of age may not operate a motor vehicle between 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m., unless accompanied by a driver who is 21 years of age or older and holds a valid driver license (Class E or higher), or the operator is driving to and from work.

An open intersection is one without traffic control signs or signals; when you enter one, you must yield the right-of-way if you __________
A. enter or cross a state highway from a secondary road.
B. enter a paved road from an unpaved road.
C. plan to make a left turn and a vehicle is approaching from the opposite direction.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above
Open Intersections
An open intersection is one without traffic control signs or signals. When you enter one, you must yield the
right-of-way if:
A vehicle is already in the intersection.
You enter or cross a state highway from a secondary road.
You enter a paved road from an unpaved road.
You plan to make a left turn and a vehicle is approaching from the opposite direction.
When two cars enter an open intersection at the same time, the driver on the left must yield to the driver on the right.

Over __________ percent of children’s deaths in car crashes could be prevented by using crash-tested child restraints.
A. 90
B. 80
C. 70
D. 60
A. 90

When parking on hills, __________
A. turn the wheels to the right when parking uphill without a curb.
B. turn the wheels from the curb when parking uphill with a curb.
C. place automatic gear shift in park; shift manual gears to reverse (downhill) or first (uphill).
D. all of the above
D. all of the above

If you experience brake failure, __________
A. pump the brake pedal hard and fast, especially if the vehicle has anti-lock brakes.
B. shift to a higher gear.
C. apply the parking brake slowly without holding down the release lever or button.
D. rub your tires on the curb to slow your vehicle.
D. rub your tires on the curb to slow your vehicle.
Brake Failure
Pump the brake pedal hard and fast, except for vehicles with anti-lock brakes.
Shift to a lower gear.
Apply the parking brake slowly and make sure that you are holding down the release lever or button. This will prevent your rear wheels from locking and your vehicle from skidding.
Rub your tires on the curb to slow your vehicle, or pull off the road into an open space.

This sign means __________
A. vehicles that are parked in a handicapped parking spot that do not display this placard or special license plate will be ticketed and may be towed.
B. this parking space is reserved for persons having a condition which substantially impair his or her ability to ambulate or is certified as legally blind.
C. a vehicle displaying this placard does not have to pay parking fees on any public street, highway, or metered space.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above
Parking Privilege for Disabled
Disabled persons do not have to pay parking fees on any public street, highway, or metered space. Their vehicles must display a valid parking placard which is visible from the front and rear of the vehicle. Each side of the placard must have the international symbol of accessibility in a contrasting color in the center. These may be obtained from a tag agent or tax collector’s office and must be renewed every four years.
Disabled persons must park in spaces reserved for the disabled when possible. These spaces are marked by the wheelchair symbol and “Parking by Disabled Permit Only” signs. Vehicles illegally parked in spaces reserved for the handicapped will be ticketed and may be towed.
1. Proof of Eligibility: Statement from a physician licensed in the United States, the Division of Blind Services of the Department of Education, or the Veterans Administration, that the applicant is a severely physically disabled individual with permanent mobility problems which substantially impair his or her ability to ambulate or is certified as legally blind.
2. Display: Visible from the front and rear of the vehicle.
3. Procedure: Contact your local county tax collector or tag agent.
a. Complete HSMV 83039 – Application for a disabled person’s parking permit.
b. Provide proof of eligibility – Doctor’s Statement.
c. Application for permanent disabled parking permit is no fee.
d. Pay $15.00 for temporary disabled person parking permit.
e. Present valid Florida driver license or identification card.

The lane markings in the center lane in this image indicate that __________
A. this lane is a left turn only lane.
B. this is a reversible lane.
C. crossing over the double lines is prohibited.
D. none of the above
B. this is a reversible lane.
Reversible Lanes
Some highways have reversible traffic lanes to help handle rush-hour traffic. The direction of traffic is normally reversed at set times each day. These pavement markings are used along with special lane signals and other signs and symbols. A solid white line marks the edge of the pavement on most roads.
Stop lines, crosswalks and parking spaces are also marked by white lines. Symbols such as arrows are in white also. A single yellow line marks the left edge of all divided or one-way roadways. Curbs are often marked yellow in no parking zones near fire hydrants or intersections. It is unlawful to park in or drive through areas that have pavement markings indicating fire lanes or safety zones.
The lane marking arrow, in the center lane in the diagram below, indicates that traffic in this lane can be reversed in accordance with local traffic controls due to “rush hour” traffic or other special traffic conditions.

If you are worried, down or are upset about something, __________
A. use your driving time to think through your problems.
B. driving will help you calm down.
C. listen to the radio.
D. all of the above
C. listen to the radio.
Emotions
Emotions can have an effect on driving safely. You may not be able to drive well if you are overly worried, excited, afraid, angry or depressed.
If you are angry or excited, give yourself time to cool off. If necessary take a short walk, but stay off the road until you have calmed down.
If you are worried, down or are upset about something, try to keep your mind on your driving. Some find listening to the radio helps.
If you are impatient, give yourself extra time for your driving trip. Leave a few minutes early. If you have plenty of time, you may not tend to speed or do other things that can get you a traffic ticket or cause a crash. Don’t be impatient. Wait for a train to cross in front of you. Driving around lowered gates or trying to beat the train can be fatal.

Your license can be suspended if you __________
A. fail to carry insurance on your vehicle.
B. fail to stop for a school bus.
C. commit retail theft.
D. all of the above
D. all of the above
Your license can be SUSPENDED if you:
Make a fraudulent driver license application.
Allow your license to be used for a purpose that is against the law.
Are convicted in a traffic court and the court orders that your license be suspended.
Refuse to take a test to show if you are driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Misuse a restricted license.
Earn a certain number of points for traffic offenses on the point system.
Break a traffic law and fail to pay your fine or appear in court as directed.
Fail to pay child support.
Fail to carry insurance on your vehicle.
Fail to stop for a school bus.
Use tobacco if you are under age.
Retail theft.

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