Permit test

there is a hospital in the area
there is a hospital in the area
This sign tells you that:

BLUE. Blue is used for motorist services guidance. These signs show the locations of various services, such as rest areas, gas stations, campgrounds, and hospitals.
Know signs by their standard colors. Which color is used for motorist service?

Other traffic lanes come together with your lane. Merge sign. You are approaching a point where other traffic lanes come together with your lane. Watch for traffic from that direction.
Other traffic lanes come together with your lane. Merge sign. You are approaching a point where other traffic lanes come together with your lane. Watch for traffic from that direction.
When you see this sign:

Reduce speed and increase following distance.Improve your driving safety by slowing down and by increasing your following distance. Do not brake or turn suddenly. Use a low gear when going down steep hills. Be careful on bridges and overpasses. These areas freeze first and dry out last. Do not use your cruise control.
What is the most important driving technique when driving on icy or snowy roads?

ABS automatically pumps the brakes at a faster rate than the driver can. Do not be alarmed by mechanical noises or pedal pulsations when applying anti-lock brakes. ABS automatically pumps the brakes at a faster rate than the driver can. Do not remove your foot. Firm and continuous pressure – not pumping – is required to activate the anti-lock feature.
What is true about an Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)?

Toward the approaching train. If a train approaches, release your seat belt, leave the vehicle and get as far away as you can from the tracks. Run toward the general direction the train is coming from. If you run down the track in the same direction as the train, you can be hit with debris when the train hits your vehicle. If you are completely sure no trains are coming, open your window to listen for a train and try to start the engine. If that fails, shift your vehicle into neutral and push it from the tracks.
If your vehicle stalls in the path of an oncoming train, you should get away from the tracks and move in what direction?

Ease your foot off the gas pedal, and brake gently. If you run off the pavement:
-Hold the steering wheel firmly.
-Apply your brakes carefully
-Reduce your speed until you can safely return to the pavement.
-Check traffic in both directions and when it is safe, steer carefully back into your lane.
If you run off the pavement, you should:

Sound your horn. Your horn should be used to warn other drivers or pedestrians of possible trouble or danger. It should not be used unnecessarily or to express anger at other drivers or pedestrians.
To warn pedestrians or other drivers of possible trouble and avoid a crash, you should:

Use your cell phone with hands-free devices. In New York State, it is a traffic infraction, punishable by a fine up to $100, to speak into or listen to a handheld mobile telephone while driving a motor vehicle.
Which of the following is a legal and responsible way of using your cell phone while driving:

Within 15 feet. You cannot park, stop or stand within 15 feet of a fire hydrant (unless a licensed driver remains in the vehicle to move it in an emergency).
At a fire hydrant, parking and leaving a vehicle is not allowed:

Revocation of your driving privilege for at least six months. Your license will be revoked for at least six months if you are found guilty of one violation of participating in a speed contest.
If you are convicted of participating in a speed contest, it will result in the automatic:

You might enter the driver’s blind spot. Never pass close behind a large vehicle that is backing up. Be patient! It is far better to wait until the large vehicle has completed its backing maneuver than to try to pass. If you try to pass in this situation, it is likely that you will enter one of the vehicle’s blind spots. This could make your vehicle invisible to the driver and increase the chance of a traffic crash.
Why should you avoid passing or stopping close to a truck that is preparing to or is backing up?

The maximum speed you can travel under ideal conditions. The speed you can drive your vehicle depends on the posted speed limit, the road conditions and the weather. The posted speed limit is the fastest speed you can legally drive under ideal driving conditions. By law, you must drive at a speed that is reasonable and prudent for existing conditions. This is known as the basic speed rule. Remember, a police officer can ticket you for driving at a speed not reasonable and prudent for existing conditions.
A posted speed limit like this is:

Always know what is happening around your vehicle. To prevent making errors or being involved in a crash because of someone else’s error, learn to drive in a defensive manner. Keep your eyes moving, notice what is happening at the sides of the road, and check behind you through your mirrors every few seconds.
The best way to prevent making errors or being involved in a crash because of someone else’s error when driving is to:

Two-way Traffic. The sign warns that the road changes from a multi-lane roadway to a two-lane, two-way section. It is also used along such a road.
Two-way Traffic. The sign warns that the road changes from a multi-lane roadway to a two-lane, two-way section. It is also used along such a road.
What does this sign indicate?

That the bus is about to stop. Before a school bus stops, the driver will usually flash yellow warning lights. When you see them, slow down and be prepared to stop.
A school bus is displaying yellow flashing lights at the top. What does it tell you?

Class M driver license permits a person to drive a motorcycle or moped.
What classified driver license permits a person to only drive a motorcycle or moped?

Keep your speed. If another vehicle passes you on the left, slow down slightly and keep to the right. When the vehicle has safely passed and is well ahead of you, resume your normal speed.
When being passed by another vehicle, you should:

Pull over to the right edge of the roadway and stop. When you hear or see an emergency vehicle approaching your vehicle from any direction, including on your side of an expressway or limited access highway, safely pull over immediately to the right edge of the road and stop. You must pull over and stop for an emergency vehicle even if it is coming toward you in the opposite lane of a two-way roadway.
You are driving on a city street and see an emergency vehicle with flashing lights behind you. What should you do?

correct. Keep your hands on opposite sides of the steering wheel, at the 3 and 9 clock positions, to keep them away if the air bag engages.
correct. Keep your hands on opposite sides of the steering wheel, at the 3 and 9 clock positions, to keep them away if the air bag engages.
When you drive a vehicle with airbags, this hand position on the steering wheel is:

Move over or slow down. The law requires every operator of a motor vehicle to exercise due care to avoid colliding with an authorized emergency vehicle which is parked, stopped or standing on the shoulder or any portion of the highway with its emergency lights activated. Drivers must reduce speed on all roads when encountering such vehicles, but on parkways, interstates and other controlled access roads with multiple lanes, drivers are further required to move from the lane adjacent to the emergency vehicle, unless traffic or other hazards exist to prevent doing so safely.
When approaching a stationary emergency vehicle with flashing lights on an interstate with multiple lanes, you must:

Be especially careful on bridges and overpasses. Improve your driving safety by slowing down and by increasing your following distance. Do not brake or turn suddenly. Use a low gear when going down steep hills. Be careful on bridges and overpasses. These areas freeze first and dry out last.
When driving on wet winter roads, you should:

In work zones. Orange is used as a background color for construction and maintenance warning signs. They alert you to possible dangers ahead due to construction and maintenance projects.
Road signs with orange background are used:

Always stop. When a stopped school bus flashes its red lights, traffic approaching from either direction, even in front of the school and in school parking lots, must stop before reaching the bus. This law applies on all roadways in New York State. You must stop for a school bus even if it is on the opposite side of a divided highway.
When approaching a stopped school bus with flashing red lights traveling in the opposite direction on a four-lane roadway without median separation, you should:

193 feet. The average stopping distance at 55 mph is 193 feet. Based on a study of average braking distances by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and reaction distance recommended by the National Safety Council. See diagram in the Driver’s Manual.
Including reaction time, what is the average total stopping distance for a passenger car traveling at 55 mph?

They tend to freeze before the rest of the road does. When sleet, freezing rain or snow begin to fall, remember that bridges, ramps and overpasses will freeze first. They will also dry out last. Also know that slippery spots may remain after road workers have removed the snow.
Which of the following is true about roadways on bridges and overpasses when sleet, freezing rain or snow begin to fall?

True. Posted speed limits do not tell you at what speed to drive. They only tell you what the maximum legal speed is under ideal conditions. By law, you have to go slower if conditions make the posted speed limit unsafe. Remember, a police officer can ticket you for driving at a speed not reasonable and prudent for existing conditions.
True or False: Under certain conditions, you may receive a ticket for speeding even if you are driving at or less than the posted speed limit:

To the right. Work zone channelizing device: vertical panel. Stripes sloping downward to the right mean pass to the right. Compare with a yellow and black object marker.
On which side should you pass a barricade with this panel (Stripes sloping downward to the right )?

no specific percent. A BAC below legal limits does not mean that you are safe to drive. Many people think chemical test evidence is required to prove you were intoxicated or impaired. However, the testimony of a police officer about the way you drive, your appearance and behavior when arrested can provide enough evidence to convict you, even without a chemical test.
For a person over 21 to be arrested and convicted of driving while ability impaired by alcohol (DWAI), the Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) must be:

Left turns only. The two-way left turn only sign tells you that the center lane is reserved for the exclusive use of left-turning vehicles in either direction. The lane cannot be used for passing, overtaking, or through travel.
This sign tells you that the center lane is used for:

Keep your speed up. Always pass a large truck on the left side, and after you pass the truck, move ahead of it. Do not linger in the blind spots. Do not cut abruptly in front of a large vehicle, Make sure you can see the whole front of the vehicle before you return to your lane after you pass.
After passing a large truck, you should:

25k. Minimum liability coverage is required of:
$50,000 against the death of one person.
$100,000 against the death of two or more persons.
$25,000 against injury to one person.
$50,000 against injury to two or more persons.
$10,000 against property damage.
Every owner of a motor vehicle must maintain financial responsibility (liability coverage). The minimum amount your insurance must cover for injury of one person is:

In all situations. Pedestrians and skateboarders who are legally crossing the road or street at marked or unmarked crossings, such as at an intersection, always have the right-of-way. You must yield to them by slowing down or, if necessary, coming to a stop.
A pedestrian has entered a crosswalk and should be given the right-of-way:

When conditions permit you to drive at such a speed safely. The speed you can drive your vehicle depends on the posted speed limit, the road conditions and the weather. The posted speed limit is the fastest speed you can legally drive under ideal driving conditions. By law, you must drive at a speed that is reasonable and prudent for existing conditions. This is known as the basic speed rule. Remember, a police officer can ticket you for driving at a speed not reasonable and prudent for existing conditions.
When may you drive at the maximum speed indicated by a speed limit sign?

Yellow is used for general warning and advisory of unexpected roadway conditions. You are approaching an especially hazardous location or a place where there is a special rule.
Know signs by their standard colors. Which color is used for general warnings of specific road conditions?

Nighttime driving. A parent or legal guardian must certify that the driver has had at least 50 hours of driving experience, of which 15 hours must be at night (after sunset).
To be eligible for a junior license a junior driver must have 50 hours of driving experience, and at least 15 hours must be:

Even if no speed limit is posted, you must drive at a reduced speed through the work zone
If no speed limit is posted in a work zone:

Allow other vehicles to merge into your lane. Reduction of lanes (there will be fewer lanes ahead). These signs are used on multi-lane highways to warn you of a reduction in the number of traffic lanes in the direction you are traveling. Be prepared to change lanes or to allow other vehicles to merge into your lane. Drivers of all vehicles may need to adjust their speed and position to avoid a collision with another vehicle.
You are driving in the left-hand lane when you approach this sign. What should you do?

Ease your foot off the gas pedal. In heavy rain, your tires can begin to ride on the water that is on top of the road pavement. This hydroplaning can cause complete loss of traction and control of steering. Hydroplaning normally occurs at higher speeds, but it also can occur if your tires are tread worn or not inflated properly. When there is heavy rain, it always makes sense to drive more slowly. If your vehicle begins to lose traction, decrease your speed even more.
If it feels like your tires have lost traction with the surface of the road you should:

Look for the other vehicle in your inside rearview mirror. Before you return to the right lane, signal and look at your interior rear-view mirror and make sure you can see the front bumper of the vehicle you passed. Look quickly over your right shoulder to make sure that you can see at least several feet of pavement between your vehicle and the one you passed. Then return to the right lane.
After passing another vehicle and before returning to the proper lane, it is a good rule to:

Over your left shoulder. Even correctly adjusted mirrors will leave blind spots behind both sides of your vehicle. If a vehicle is in the blind spot, you may not see it in your mirrors. Always quickly look over your shoulder before you turn, change lanes or pass.
To check your blind spot when changing lanes to the left you should glance:

Look directly through the rear window. When backing your car or truck, look through your rear window for pedestrians. Do not rely only on rearview mirrors when children are near. Before backing into a driveway, or out of it, get out of the vehicle and check behind your vehicle. Back slowly.
To back your vehicle safely:

When passing horse-drawn vehicles. Your horn is important safety equipment that could become your only means of warning other drivers or pedestrians of possible problems. It must be used properly, not to express anger at other drivers or pedestrians. It is illegal to sound your horn when you approach or pass a horse.
You must avoid sounding your horn:

Parking or standing is not allowed in front of a driveway. It doesn’t matter if it is public or private.
Parking is NOT allowed:

The average stopping distance at 55 mph is 430 feet. Based on a study of average braking distances by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and reaction distance recommended by the National Safety Council. See diagram in the Driver’s Manual.
Including reaction time, what is the average total stopping distance for a tractor-trailer with hot brakes traveling at 55 mph?

Slippery when wet. In wet weather, drive slowly. Do not speed up or brake hard. Make sharp turns at a very slow speed.
Slippery when wet. In wet weather, drive slowly. Do not speed up or brake hard. Make sharp turns at a very slow speed.
What does this sign mean?

Stop and do not pass until the school bus is in motion, or red lights are no longer flashing. When a stopped school bus flashes its red lights, traffic approaching from either direction, even in front of the school and in school parking lots, must stop before reaching the bus.
This law applies on all roadways in New York State. You must stop for a school bus even if it is on the opposite side of a divided highway.
A school bus has stopped in front of a school parking lot. The bus flashes its red lights, but there are no children in the bus. What should you do?

Stop before entering the intersection. A flashing red signal light means stop. After stopping, you may proceed when it is safe. Observe the right-of-way rules.
A flashing red traffic light tells you to:

Reduce your speed. Keep your headlights on low beam. Reduce your speed. Increase your following distance. Signal your turns further ahead of time than usual to give other drivers and roadway users increased warning. Brake early when slowing behind another vehicle or coming to an intersection stop
When driving in a fog, you should:

White arrows. Arrows show which lanes you must use. In this illustration, as an example, you may turn right only from the right lane. If you are going straight, you must use the left lane.
What type of pavement marking is used to show you which lane you must use for a turn?

Be secured in a child passenger safety seat. If less than age 4, persons must be correctly secured in a government approved child safety seat.
A car passenger less than two years of age must:

Straight ahead. Keep your wheels straight to avoid being pushed into oncoming traffic should a rear-end collision occur.
When stopping before a left turn, your front tires should be turned:

Make sure your headlights are on and that they are dimmed. If another driver flashes headlights at you, your headlights may be off or your high beams may be on.
What should you do if an oncoming driver flashes headlights at you at night?

Stay back. You must not try to pass a bicyclist just before making a turn. Most traffic crashes occur at intersections when a driver makes a turn. When turning right, check your blind spot for bicyclists before initiating the turn. Allow bicyclists extra time to cross intersections.
You want to turn right ahead. There is a bicyclist just in front of you. What should you do?

When it is raining hard.The law requires you to use your headlights from one-half hour after the sun sets to one-half hour before the sun rises, when visibility is less than 1,000 feet (300 m) and when you use your windshield wipers to clear rain, snow or sleet.
When is it important to turn on your headlights?

Pull over to the right-side edge of the road and stop. If you hear a siren or air-horn nearby but do not know exactly where the emergency vehicle is, you should safely pull over to the right-side edge of the road and stop until you are sure it is not approaching you.
You hear a siren from an emergency vehicle nearby but cannot see the vehicle. What should you do?

They need less turning room than cars.It is not true that a truck need less turning radius.
Large trucks, recreational vehicles and buses are not big cars. The bigger they are:
The bigger their blind spots.
The longer it takes them to stop.
The more room they need to maneuver.
The longer it takes a car to pass them.
The longer it takes them to accelerate.
The wider they turn.
What is NOT true about large trucks?

Stop ahead. Stop sign ahead. When you come to this sign, you should slow down to be ready to stop at the stop sign ahead.
Stop ahead. Stop sign ahead. When you come to this sign, you should slow down to be ready to stop at the stop sign ahead.
What does this sign mean?

You should stop, if you can do so safely. If you are driving toward an intersection and a yellow light appears, slow down and prepare to stop. The light will change from green to red. If you are within the intersection or cannot stop safely before entering the intersection, continue through carefully. Some states require you to always stop if a stop can be made safely.
When a traffic signal is showing a steady yellow light:

When entering from an alley, driveway or private road, you must stop at a sidewalk, or if there is no sidewalk, at a point prior to entering the roadway.
When entering or crossing a highway from a private road:

To see and be seen.When following large trucks, increase your following distance to at least three or four seconds for additional space. Different from cars, large vehicles have deep blind spots behind them. If you remain in the back blind spot of a large vehicle, you increase the chance of a crash. The other driver cannot see your car and your view of other traffic will be blocked.
Why should you increase your separation distance when following a large vehicle?

Keep your hands on opposite sides of the steering wheel, at the 3 and 9 clock positions, to keep them away if the air bag engages.
For normal driving in a car with airbags, you should grip the steering wheel by:

To pass another car. Two solid yellow lines mean no passing. You may only cross the lines to make a left turn while entering or leaving the highway (25-1126).
This question asked when you are not allowed to cross solid yellow lines.
You may not cross a double solid yellow center line:

The bus is about to stop. Before a school bus stops, the driver will usually flash yellow warning lights. When you see them, slow down and be prepared to stop.
Yellow or amber flashing lights near the top of a school bus mean:

Make sure you have dimmed your lights. Make sure you dim your lights. To help avoid the glare of approaching high beams, shift your eyes to the right. Use the road edge as a guide until the approaching vehicle passes by.
You are driving on a country road at night and a vehicle with high beams comes toward you. What should you do?

They help a driver maintain control of the vehicle. Seat belts save lives and can prevent serious injuries in traffic crashes. During a crash, a person without a seat belt becomes a flying object and a danger to each person in the vehicle. The combination of a seat belt and an air bag offers maximum protection, partly because they help the driver maintain control of the vehicle and help prevent secondary collisions.
What is true about seat belts?

The process of stopping your car has three main components: perception, reaction and braking. This is usually referred to as stopping distance. The first two components can be affected by human factors such as tiredness, alcohol, fatigue and concentration levels. The last component depends on factors such as: tires, brakes, road, and weather conditions.
If you need to brake in a hurry, what determines how far your car will go before you can bring the car to a complete stop?

Merge left. Reduction of Lanes. There will be fewer lanes ahead. Traffic must merge left. Drivers in the left lane should allow others to merge smoothly. Right lane ends.
Merge left. Reduction of Lanes. There will be fewer lanes ahead. Traffic must merge left. Drivers in the left lane should allow others to merge smoothly. Right lane ends.
You are driving in the right-hand lane and approach this sign. What should you do?

Slippery when wet. In wet weather, drive slowly. Do not speed up or brake hard. Make sharp turns at a very slow speed.
Slippery when wet. In wet weather, drive slowly. Do not speed up or brake hard. Make sharp turns at a very slow speed.
This sign means:

Insist on the right-of-way. Enter the expressway at or near the speed of traffic. Do not stop before merging with expressway traffic unless absolutely necessary. Expressway traffic has the right of way. Watch for vehicles around you. Use your mirrors and turn signals. Turn your head to look quickly to the side before changing lanes.
When entering an expressway, you should not:

Other vehicles for any reason.
Do Not Pass. This sign marks the beginning of a no passing zone. Passing signs tell you where it is safe to pass another vehicle and where you cannot. Passing areas are based on how far you can see ahead. Where it is permitted to pass, you may do so only if it is safe.
This white sign means you must NOT pass:

Narrow bridge. Four-sided diamond-shaped signs warn you of specific road conditions and dangers ahead. Many warning signs are diamond-shaped. Obey all warning signs regardless of their shape.
Which of the following would be indicated by a diamond shaped road sign?

Adjusting speed so you can stop within the distance lighted by your headlights. Make sure you can stop within the distance you can see ahead (the distance lighted by your headlights). This is called driving within the range of your headlights.
What does driving within the range of your headlights mean?

Divided highway ahead. The highway ahead is divided into two one-way roadways.

Divided highways have a center strip that separates traffic going in opposite directions. The sign is posted before a divided highway begins.

What does this sign mean?

In the left lane going in your direction.
Approach the turn with your left wheels as close as possible to the center line. Enter the left lane, to the right of the center line. When traffic permits, you may move out of the left lane.
At an intersection traffic is moving in both directions. If there are two lanes going in your direction, a left turn should be completed:

A flashing red signal light means stop. After stopping, you may proceed when it is safe. Observe the right-of-way rules.
Which light has the same meaning as a stop sign?

Your headlights cover about 350 feet ahead. It is important that you drive at a speed that allows you to stop safely within that distance.
Your high-beam headlights will normally let you see about:

exit signs
_________ are designed to allow vehicles to slow down and leave the expressways.

You may pass on the right only when the vehicle ahead is making a left turn or going straight. You must not pass when another vehicle is making a right turn.
You must NOT pass a vehicle on the right when:

Four of every ten crashes are rear-end collisions, usually because someone is following too closely. To maintain a good space cushion between your vehicle and a vehicle ahead, you should use the two-second rule.
To maintain a good space cushion between your vehicle and the vehicle ahead, you should use the:

Be considerate when using your vehicle’s high-beams. Your headlights must be on low-beam at night when you are within 500 feet of an approaching vehicle.
Your headlights must be on low-beam at night when you are within _________ (ft) of an approaching vehicle.

You may not make a U-turn near the crest of a hill, a curve, or any other place where other drivers cannot see your vehicle from 500 feet away in either direction.
You may not make a U-turn 500 feet in either direction from:

When no speed limit is posted in New York City, you must drive at a speed of 25 mph or less.
When you don’t see a posted speed limit in New York City, you must drive at:

When a stopped school bus flashes its red light(s), traffic approaching from either direction, even in front of the school and in school parking lots, must stop before reaching the bus. You should stop at least 20 feet (6 m) away from the bus. This law applies on all roadways in New York State. You must stop for a school bus even if it is on the opposite side of a divided highway.
As per New York state law, drivers must stop ________ft for a stopped school bus with its red lights flashing, even if it is on the opposite side of a divided highway.

Driver on the left must yield to the driver on the right.
If drivers approaching from opposite directions reach the stop signs at about the same time, and they are at right angles to one another, then:

If a tire suddenly blows out, you must hold the steering wheel firmly, and ease your foot off the gas pedal.
If your tire goes flat while driving, you must:

The risk of driving impairment begins to rise noticeably at .05 percent BAC, and increases rapidly thereafter. A BAC of .08 percent or higher is evidence of intoxication, and a BAC of .18 percent or more is evidence of aggravated driving while intoxicated.
The risk of driving impairment begins to rise noticeably at a Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) of__________ and increases rapidly thereafter.

A left turn can be made against a red light only when turning from a one-way street to another one-way street.
When can a left turn against a red light be made?

U-turns are permitted across double yellow lines when safe to do so. They are not permitted in business districts, on one-way streets, or on railroad crossings.
In which of the following places is a U-turn permitted?

If you are approaching a stop sign accompanied by this sign, it means you are approaching a four-way intersection where all sides must stop.
If you are approaching a stop sign accompanied by this sign, it means you are approaching a four-way intersection where all sides must stop.
If you are approaching a stop sign accompanied by this sign, it means:

If a traffic signal is not working, treat the intersection as though it is a four-way stop with a stop sign pointed in each direction.
An intersection where the traffic control lights are not working is treated:

Lanes marked with a diamond symbol are high-occupancy vehicle lanes.
Lanes marked with a diamond symbol are high-occupancy vehicle lanes.
Lanes marked with a diamond symbol are:

This sign means there is a hill up ahead.
This sign means there is a hill up ahead.
This sign means:

You must yield right-of-way to the truck because right-of-way is yielded to the person on the right.
You are approaching an intersection. A truck reaches the intersection to your right at the same time. Who is given right-of-way?

You are permitted to drive on the left of two solid yellow lines when turning left to leave the highway, when instructed to do so by traffic officers, and when making a U-turn.
When are you permitted to drive to the left of two solid yellow lines?

Yes, if the broken yellow line is on your side.
When driving on a two-lane road with a solid yellow center line and a broken yellow center line, are you permitted to pass a vehicle in front of you?

Left arm straight out the window.
If your signal lights are broken and you would like to signal that you are turning left, what is the correct hand-and-arm signal?

1 foot.
When parked alongside the curb, how close should your vehicle be to the curb?

The bicycle is given right-of-way because it arrived at the intersection first. Bicycles are treated like any other vehicle on the road.
As you approach an intersection, you notice a bicycle to your left has arrived before you. Who is given right-of-way?

Changing lanes includes entering the road from the shoulder, entering the freeway from an on-ramp, and moving from one lane to another. It does not include turning from one road to another.
Changing lanes does NOT include:

55
Unless posted, the maximum speed is ____ mph.

parallel to the curb
If parked on a level street, in which directions should your tires point?

solid or broken white lines. Broken white lines separate traffic lanes on roads with two or more lanes in the same direction.
Lines that separate two or more lanes of traffic traveling in the same direction are:

A red arrow means stop. You are never permitted to turn on a red arrow.
After you stop at a red arrow and yield to pedestrians, you may turn _______ while the light is still red.

Unless a No Turn on Red sign is posted, New York law authorizes a right turn on a red light after a motorist comes to a full stop and checks for traffic. A motorist must yield to all oncoming traffic and pedestrians before turning right at a red light. Difficult-to-see vehicles, such as bicycles and mopeds, may have a green light, so it is important for a motorist to be aware of their presence.
When turning on a two-way road, after you stop at a solid red light and yield to pedestrians and oncoming traffic, you may turn _______ while the light is still red.

When parked facing uphill, your wheels should be pointed away from the curb.
When parked facing uphill on a road with a curb, your wheels should be pointed:

When turning left from a one-way street to a two-way street, you should begin your turn in the left lane.
When turning left from a one-way street to a two-way street, you should begin your turn in:

This sign means that the road up ahead will be curving in the direction of the arrow.
This sign means that the road up ahead will be curving in the direction of the arrow.
This sign means:

You must not park within 50 feet of a railroad track.
You must not park within ____ feet of a railroad track.

Traffic always moves around a roundabout in a counter-clockwise direction
Traffic moves around a roundabout in ________.

You must yield right-of-way to all emergency vehicles with siren, air horn, and/or flashing red, blue, or white lights. Vehicles without siren or lights operating do not have to be yielded to.
Right-of-way must be yielded to emergency vehicles:

If you are suspected of driving under the influence and you refuse to take a drug test, your driving privilege may be taken away.
If you are suspected of driving under the influence and you refuse to take a drug test, what could happen?

Crosswalks can exist whether the lines are marked or unmarked.
Crosswalks can be present:

Do not pull over for an emergency vehicle in an intersection. Drive through the intersection and then pull over.
You must pull over and stop until any emergency vehicle with a siren has passed, unless:

Type of alcohol does not affect blood alcohol concentration. Standard servings of each alcohol all contain the same amount. Different types of drinks do not affect you differently. It is the amount of alcohol you consume, not whether it is in beer, wine or wine cooler, or liquor, that raises your BAC and lowers your driving ability. These drinks contain about the same amount of alcohol – 11?2 ounces of liquor, 5 ounces of wine, 12 ounces of beer, and 12 ounces of wine cooler. None is “safer to drink” than the others.
What factor does not affect blood alcohol concentration?

Driving with a blood alcohol level of 0.08% is considered “driving while intoxicated.”
What blood alcohol level is classified as “driving while intoxicated?”

A “no zone” is the areas around a truck and other large vehicles where the driver cannot see you. They are the driver’s blind spots. They are located in front of, behind, and beside the vehicle.
What is a “no zone”?

A steady yellow light means you should prepare to stop for a red light or clear the intersection if you’re already in it.
A steady yellow light means:

The left-most lane of the one way street.
When turning left from the left-most lane of a two-way road, onto a three-lane one-way street, your turn should finish in:

20ft
You may not park within ____ feet of a crosswalk or intersection.

To safely pass, you must be at least 100 feet from an intersection and 100 feet from any bridge.
While on the freeway, you want to pass the vehicle in front of you. You are 300 feet from a bridge. Should you pass?

Traffic moving at less than the normal speed should always use the right lane. This allows faster traffic to pass.
Freeway traffic traveling at less than the normal speed should use which lane?

Failure to comply with speeding signs and directions given in work zones can result in fines have been doubled for most violations that occur in work zones.
Failure to comply with speeding signs and directions given in work zones will usually result in:

200ft
When passing another vehicle, you must return to your lane at least ____ feet before meeting an approaching vehicle.

When changing lanes, you should turn your signal on, check your mirrors, check your blind spot, change lanes, turn off your signal
When changing lanes you should do the following: Signal, check your mirrors, change lanes, turn signal off. What step is missing from this lane-changing procedure?

When passing another vehicle, you may drive on the opposite side of the road if pavement markings permit it and it is safe to do so.
Which of the following IS permitted when passing another vehicle?

When parked facing downhill, your tires should always be faced towards the curb.
You are parked on the downward slope of a street. It is a one-way street and you are parked against the left curb. Which way should your front wheels be turned?

Stopping on an expressway entrance ramp is permitted only when there is no opening flow in traffic that would allow you to merge.
Stopping on an expressway entrance ramp is permitted:

Starting the car in highest gear. When there is snow and ice, using snow tires, keeping a large space between you and the vehicle in front of you and making sure all windows are clear are important. You can also start the car in the lowest gear possible.
Which of the following is not a precaution to take when driving in snow and ice?

When visibility is less than 1000 feet, you must use your headlights. Visibility can be reduced in rain, snow, hail, smog, or fog.
When visibility is less than 1000 feet, you must:

increase your speed to match that of the highway
increase your speed to match that of the highway
When entering a freeway from an acceleration lane, it is important to:

shift the vehicle into neutral and pull off the road.
If your gas pedal is stuck to the floor, the best course of action is to:

Buses and trucks have a wide turning radius and may need to move into the left lane to make a right turn.
You see that a bus in the lane to your right is about to make a right turn. What should you be aware of?

When parking near a fire station, you must park at least 20 feet away if you are on the same side of the road as the fire station. If you are on the opposite side of the road, you must park 75 feet away.
When parking near a fire station, you must park at least ____ feet away if you are on the same side of the road as the fire station.

turn on your headlights.
In New York state, whenever the weather requires you to use your windshield wipers, you must also:

toward the nearest side of the road.
If you are parking on a hill without a curb, you should always turn your wheels ______________.

beep your horn and pull off the road.
If a driver is approaching you head on in your lane, what should you do?

When two cars arrive at an intersection first, right-of-way is yielded to the car on the right. Car B should get to go first.
You are car B and have arrived at the intersection the same time as car A. You would like to go straight and car A would like to turn left. Who has the right-of-way?

you consent to a chemical test to determine the level of alcohol or drugs in your system
New York’s Implied Consent Law means:

The first step in pulling out of a parallel parking space is to turn your wheels straight. They may be turned against the curb and would prevent you from reversing straight to give yourself room to pull out.
The first step in pulling out of a parallel parking space is to:

A “no standing” sign means you can stop temporarily to load or unload passengers. You cannot unload merchandise or park your vehicle.
A “no standing” sign means you:

take your foot off the gas and shift into neutral
What do you do if your front wheels begin to skid on ice?

(key word: PREVENT) prior, you should make sure your tires are well
How can you help prevent hydroplaning in heavy rain?

3 years. Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated, Driving While Intoxication, Driving While Ability Impaired, Driving While Ability Impaired by Drugs, DWI Alcohol and Drugs, and refusal to submit to chemical testing convictions will require a re-application fee of $100.00 and a Driver Responsibility Assessment of $250.00 per year for three years to obtain a new York driver’s license. [Driver Responsibility Assessment, Chapter 2- How to Keep Your License, New York State DMV Driver’s Manual]
In the state of New York, the Driver Responsibility Assessment for DWI-related infractions is $250.00 and must be paid every year for ______ years.

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 …

~Do Not Enter~ THIS SIGN MEANS: A. You may not enter the road from your direction B. Stop and wait until it is safe before proceeding C. The road ahead is closed to traffic in all directions a ~Slower Traffic …

When entering an uncontrolled intersection, you must _________ and proceed if the way is clear. slow down, look left and right for oncoming traffic What is the posted speed limit on highways in ideal driving conditions? between 55 and 65 …

When you want to make a turn, the turn signal must be given at least _________ before the turn during normal daylight hours. 100 feet Passing is illegal on any curve or hill where the driver cannot see at least: …

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