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Q: What is "Right-of-Way"?

A: yield. then first car there goes first. or car on left must yield to car on r
ight.
Q: What is "Move-Over Law"?
A: Drivers are required to move over one lane when possible if an emergency vehi
cle with
flashing lights is parked on the shoulder of the highway. If traffic is to heavy
to move over
safely, the law requires drivers to slow donw below the posted speed limite and
to be
prepared to STOP.
Q: Water on the road can cause a vehicle to hydroplane. Your car may hydroplane
at speeds as low as what?
A: 35 miles per hour
Q: What is the proper way to enter an expressway from the entrance ramp?
A: Use the acceleration lane to blend into the traffic.
Q: If, while driving, a tire suddenly blows out, you should do what?
A: Grip the steering wheel firmly, slow down, and exit from the traffic lanes.
Q: The maximum speed limit on a rural Interstate Highway is what?
A: 70 miles per hour.
Q: You are driving behind a motorcycle and want to pass. You must do what?
A: Have your vehicle entirely into the left lane before and during the pass.
Q: If you are involved in an accident, one of the immediate requirements is to d
o
what?
A: Render aid to the injured.
Q: The Georgia Implied Consent Law means what?
A: You agree to be tested for the amount of alcohol in your blood, if you are ar
rested for
drunk or impaired driving.
Q: Streets and highways are most slippery when?
A: Just after it starts to rain.
Q: The proper way in which to make a right turn is what?
A: Signal and get into the lane nearest the right curb.
Q: When may you pass on the right of another vehicle?
A: When travelling on a multi-lane highway carrying two or more lanes of traffic
in the
same direction.
The other vehicle is making or about to make a left turn, when a lane is provide
d to pass on
the right.
Q: When driving behind another vehicle at night, you should do what?
A: Keep your headlights on low beam.
Q: If you have to stop on the shoulder of a freeway because of an emergency, you
should do what?
A: Raise the hood to indicate trouble, and wait in your car for help.
Q: You have allowed the wheels of your vehicle to run off the edge of the paveme
nt.
You should do what?
A: Hold the steering wheel firmly; release the gas pedal; and
gently apply the brakes. Return to the pavement when the
vehicle has slowed enough to allow roll steer back onto the
highway safely.
Q: Why is it more dangerous to drive at night than in daytime?
A: You cannot see as far ahead at night.

Q: When is passing on a two-lane highway is prohibited?


A: 100 feet of railroad or bridge
shoulder of road
school bus is stopped
Q: When can you pass on the right?
A: Another car is about to make a left turn or when on a multilane highway.
Q: When do you not make a U-Turn?
A: Do not make a "u" turn on a curve or near the top of a hill if
you cannot be seen by other drivers approaching from either
direction.
Q: Speed Limit on an urban interstate or on a multi-lane divided highway is what
?
A: 65 miles
Q: Slow drivers should stay where?
A: on the right lane except when passing or making a left turn.
Q: When do you reduce your speed?
A: In school or work zone. Posted limit on a school zone is 20.
Q: The Lights of your vehicle must be turned on between the hours of what and
what?
A: 1/2 HOUR BEFORE SUNRISE AND 1/2 HOUR AFTER SUNSET
Q: who is responsible for littering outside the car?
A: Driver
Q: Upon being approached by an emergency vehicle, you should do what?
A: PULL TO THE RIGHT AND STOP.
Q: Speed Limit on an unpaved county road and a rural residence district is what?
A: 35 miles
Q: If two vehicles enter an uncontrolled intersection at the same time, the vehi
cle
on the left or right has to yield the right-of-way?
A: Vehicle on the left.
Q: On multi-lane highways a dashed white line means what?
A: TRAFFIC IS MOVING IN THE SAME DIRECTION
Q: If you become stuck in a heavy snowstorm or blizzard, you should attach a wha
t to
your radio antenna and stay with the vehicle?
A: RED FLAG
Q: When it becomes necessary to walk on a roadway, which side should you walk on
?
A: THE LEFT AGAINST TRAFFIC

Q: The driver of every vehicle shall do what for a person crossing the street wh
o is
being led by a guide dog, or is holding in an extended position a cane which is
white
or white tipped with red?
A: STOP
Q: Persons riding a car must ride on the right or left side of the roadway?
A: On the right side.
Q: What should you do when you come to an intersection and the traffic light
changes from green to yellow?
A: SLOW DOWN AND STOP IF YOU CAN DO SO SAFELY
Q: What should you do when you reaching a stop sign?
A: Stop 10 feet's before the stop sign.
Q: What does it mean when a school bus displays yellow flashing lights?
A: PREPARING TO STOP TO TAKE ON OR LET OFF
PASSENGERS
Q: All of the following are tips to remember when you travel through a work zone
except?
A: increase your speed
Q: The traffic striping marks of diagonal yellow lines are on streets and highwa
ys.
These indicate:
A: the road is narrowing & there is an obstruction on the
roadway
Q: When there are four or more lanes with traffic moving in opposite directions,
two solid yellow lines mark the:
A: center of the roadway
Q: On a highway divided by a median, cars traveling on the opposite side from th
e
stopped school bus are not required to:
A: come to a complete stop.
Q: you are driving on a 3 or 5 lanes road. where can you ture in
the center lane right or left?
A: left.
Q: When you encounter a yellow arrow signal while turning left at an intersectio
n,
you must:
A: clear the intersection quickly
Q: If you see 2 solid yellow lines on a road. what you should not
do?
A: Do not pass
Q: The danger areas around trucks and buses where crashes are more likely to occ
ur
are called:
A: Blind spots.
Q: If your rear wheels start to skid, you must:
A: turn the steering wheel in the direction of the skid

Q: Water on the road can cause a vehicle to hydroplane. Your car


may hydroplane at speeds as low as:
A: 35 miles per hour.
Q: You are driving behind a motorcycle and want to pass. You must
A: Have your vehicle entirely into the left lane before and during the
pass.
Q: Youmustalwaysstop__________fromthenearestrailofarailroadcrossingwhen
thesignalisflashing.
A: Within 50 feet's, but not less than 15 feet's.
Q: Georgialawstatesthateachoccupantinthefrontseatofapassengervehicle,includingth
edriver
must:
A:Be secured bya seatbelt.
Q: _________ are the most likelyplacesfor carandmotorcycle collisionsto occur.
A:Intersection
Q: When passinga motorcyclist,driversmust:
A:Passin an adjacent line.
Q: When there arefourormore laneswith trafficmoving in opposite directions,two s
olid yellowlines
markthe:
A:Centerof the road way.
Q: When sharingthe road with a commercialmotorvehicle,a passenger cardriver must
be aware of:
A:The large blind spots.
Q:If trafficfromanother roadwayismerging into theroadwayyou are travelingon, you
must:
A:Adjust yourspeed and vehicleposition to allowthe trafficto merge.
Q:Aperson 21 yearsofage orolder isconsidered "under the influence ofalcohol" whe
n________ is
presentin the blood.
A:0.08 gm.ormore byalcoholweight.
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