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California DMV Permit Test Study Guide

It is illegal to operate a vehicle with: Blood Alcohol Concentration of 0.08% or higher if youre 21 or older Blood Alcohol Concentration of 0.01% if youre under 21 Blood Alcohol Concentration of 0.01% if youre on a DUI probation Blood Alcohol Concentration of 0.04% if youre in a vehicle requiring a commercial driver license

Remember these numbers! Pedestrians Yield to pedestrians; they have the right of way in marked or unmarked crosswalks If theres a car thats stopped at a crosswalk, dont pass it, it probably is stopping for a pedestrian Stop vehicle 5 feet within the crosswalk Look for pedestrians at crosswalks when passing

Basically, just remember to stop for pedestrians and that they have the right-of-way. If theres a confusing question, just remember anything with slow down safely and yielding to the pedestrian is the best bet. Speed Limits You may never drive faster than is safe for current conditions. o Speed should depend on: Number and speed of other vehicles Road surface (slippery, rough, etc.) Pedestrians on the road The weather (rainy, hailing, foggy, snowing, windy, etc.) Maximum speed limit on the highway is 65 mph but you may drive 70 mph where posted When driving within 500 to 1000 feet of a school with children, the speed limit is 25 mph and drive more carefully You must stop if a school bus flashes its red lights until it stops 15 mph for a blind intersection (an intersection where you cant see 100 feet in either direction before crossing) 15 mph in alleys 15 mph near railroad tracks

Drive at a safe speed, relative to the cars and situations around you