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# 1.

What effect might alcohol and another drug have when combined in your
blood
A. Increase the effects of both.
B. Have no effect on driving ability.
C. Reduce the effects of the drug or medicine.
D. Reduce the effects of the alcohol.
Explanation : Never drink alcohol while you are taking other drugs. It could be
dangerous, often multiplying the effects of the alcohol and the other drug. Taking one
drink when you are also using an allergy or cold remedy could affect you as much as
several drinks.
# 2. Drinking coffee after drinking alcohol
A. Decreases blood alcohol content.
B. Cancels the effect of the alcohol.
C. Has no effect on blood alcohol content.
D. Increases blood alcohol content.
Explanation : The only way to effectively reduce your BAC is to spend time without
drinking. Coffee, exercise and cold showers cannot reduce your BAC and the effects of
alcohol. They might help you stay awake, but it cannot affect your BAC or make you
sober
# 3. It is illegal for a person under 21 years of age to drive with a blood
alcohol concentration (BAC) that is:
A. 0.08% --Eight hundredths of one percent or more
B. 0.01% --One hundredth of one percent or more
C. 0.05% --Five hundredths of one percent or more
D. None of the above

Explanation : If you are under 21, Your driving privilege will be revoked for one year, if
you are convicted of either driving with a BAC of 0.01% or higher or Driving Under the
Influence (DUI) of alcohol and/or drugs.
# 4. What happens to your driver`s license if you refuse to take a chemical
test (breath or blood)
A. There is no evidence to find you guilty of drunk driving.
B. You cannot be arrested for drunk driving.
C. Your driver`s license will be taken away.
D. None of these choices.
Explanation : If you refuse to take the test after being arrested, your license will be
suspended when you are arraigned in court on the alcohol or other drug-related charge.
# 5. Which of the following does alcohol affect
A. Recovery from headlight glare.
B. Reaction time.
C. Judgement of distances.
D. All of these choices.
Explanation : Alcohol slows your reflexes and reaction time, reduces your ability to see
clearly, distorts your judgment of speed and distances, often reduces your inhibitions
from taking chances, and makes you less alert.
# 6. What are the consequences that can result from driving under the
influence of alcohol or other drugs
A. Possible imprisonment.
B. A mandatory fine.
C. Driver license revocation.
D. All of these choices.
Explanation : Penalties for alcohol / drug related violations include fines, jail sentences,
and license penalties (including lifetime revocation)

# 7. What kinds of drugs, other than alcohol, can affect your driving ability
A. An allergy medicine.
B. Marijuana.
C. A cold remedy.
D. All of these choices.
Explanation : It can be a criminal offense to drive while impaired by the combined effect
of drugs or alcohol and drugs, illegal drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, LSD, heroin and
opium, and by some prescription drugs such as tranquilizers.
# 8. A driver who is taking a non-prescription drug should
A. Read the labels on the drug before driving.
B. Drink alcohol instead.
C. Continue to drive.
D. Drive only during daylight hours.
Explanation : If you are taking medication, even a non-prescription allergy or cold
remedy, check the label for warnings about its effects. If you are not sure, ask your
doctor or pharmacist about driving after taking the medication.
# 9. Which of the following influence the effects of alcohol
A. The amount of food in the stomach.
B. The body weight of an individual.
C. How much time passes between drinks.
D. All three choices.
Explanation : Your blood alcohol content (BAC) primarily depends on: How much alcohol
you drink. How much time passes between drinks. Your weight.
# 10. A chemical test is used to measure
A. Reaction time.
B. Blood alcohol content.

C. Vision.
D. Driving ability.
Explanation : Chemical tests use blood, breath, urine or saliva to measure a person`s
blood alcohol content (BAC).
# 11. Which of the following does not happen after drinking
A. Your reflexes and reaction time slow down.
B. Your judgement of speed and distance is distorted.
C. You are less alert.
D. You calm down so you can concentrate.
Explanation : Alcohol slows your reflexes and reaction time, reduces your ability to see
clearly, distorts your judgment of speed and distances, often reduces your inhibitions
from taking chances, and makes you less alert.
# 12. If you drive after drinking, be aware that alcohol affects:
A. Your coordination.
B. Your vision.
C. Your judgment.
D. All of these.
# 13. What effect does drinking alcohol and taking a prescription drug or over
the counter medicine have
A. The medicine reduces the effect of the alcohol.
B. The alcohol will help the medicine cure the cold.
C. The combination could multiply the effects of the alcohol.
D. No effect, they are different substances.
Explanation : Never drink alcohol while you are taking other drugs. It could be
dangerous, often multiplying the effects of the alcohol and the other drug.
# 14. What is the only effective way to reduce your blood alcohol content
(BAC)

A. Drinking coffee.
B. Exercising.
C. Allow your body time to get rid of alcohol.
D. Taking a cold shower.
Explanation : The only way to effectively reduce your BAC is to spend time without
drinking. Coffee, exercise and cold showers cannot reduce your BAC and the effects of
alcohol. They might help you stay awake, but it cannot affect your BAC or make you
sober.
# 15. Which of the following statements is true about BAC (blood alcohol
content)
A. The breathalyzer is a test of a person`s BAC.
B. A chemical test for BAC is needed for an alcohol conviction.
C. BAC levels are reduced by a person`s physical fitness.
D. After drinking, coffee or a cold shower will lower your BAC.
Explanation : Your BAC does not depend on what kind of alcoholic beverage you drink,
how physically fit you are, or how well you can hold your liquor.
# 16. What does alcohol do to your driving skills and judgement
A. It helps driving skills but harms your judgement.
B. It harms both driving skills and judgement.
C. It has no effect on either driving skills or judgement.
D. It has no effect on judgement but it harms driving skills.
Explanation : Alcohol slows your reflexes and reaction time, reduces your ability to see
clearly, distorts your judgment of speed and distances, often reduces your inhibitions
from taking chances, and makes you less alert.
# 17. Blood alcohol content (BAC) depends on each of the following except
A. Your body weight.

B. How much you drink.


C. How much time passes between drinks.
D. How physically fit you are.
Explanation : Your blood alcohol content (BAC) primarily depends on: How much alcohol
you drink. How much time passes between drinks. Your weight.
# 18. If you drink alcohol socially, what helps insure safe driving
A. Drink coffee before driving.
B. Ride home with a friend who has not been drinking.
C. Take a cold shower before driving.
D. Stop drinking one-half hour before driving.
Explanation : If you regularly go to social events with the same group of friends, rotate
drivers. Each friend takes a turn being the designated driver who does not drink alcohol.
# 19. On average, the human body can dispose of the alcohol in 12 ounces of
beer in about
A. One hour.
B. One day.
C. Five minutes.
D. Five hours.
Explanation : For a male weighing 150 pounds, 12 ounces of beer would contain enough
alcohol to increase his BAC by about .02 percent. On average, it takes the human body
about one hour to dispose of that much alcohol.
# 1. Preparing to smoke and smoking while driving:
A. Do not affect driving abilities
B. Help maintain driver alertness
C. Are distracting activities
D. Are not distracting activities

# 2. The law gives _______ the right of way at intersections.


A. No one
B. Drivers turning left
C. Drivers going straight
D. Drivers turning right
# 3. A safe speed to drive your car
A. Is the posted speed limit.
B. Is less than the posted speed limit.
C. Depends on the weather and road conditions.
D. Depends on the mechanical skill of the driver.
Explanation : You must obey the posted speed limit, or, if no limit is posted, drive no
faster than 55 mph (88 km/h). the legal limit on an icy or foggy expressway might be 55
mph (88 km/h), but the safe speed to drive would be much lower.
# 4. The only time you do not have to stop for a school bus whose red lights
are flashing and stop arm is extended is when you:
A. Are driving on the opposite side of a divided highway
B. Are behind the bus
C. See no children present
D. Can safely pass on the left
# 5. If you are following a truck that swings left before making a right turn at
an intersection, you should remember that it is very dangerous to:
A. Try to squeeze between the truck and curb to make a right turn
B. Apply your brakes until the truck has completed the turn
C. Violate the 4-second following distance rule
D. Honk your horn at the truck driver
# 6. Drivers who eat and drink while driving:
A. Have no driving errors
B. Have trouble driving slow

C. Are better drivers because they are not hungry


D. Have trouble controlling their vehicles
# 7. When a school bus has its lights flashing and its stop arm extended, you
must:
A. Stop at least 10 feet away from the bus
B. Pass if children have exited the bus
C. Stop if the bus is on the opposite side of a barrier
D. Drive slowly by the bus
# 8. The most important thing to remember about speed management and
curves is to:
A. Drive at the posted speed limit as you enter the curve, then slow down at the
sharpest part of the curve
B. Slow down before you enter the curve
C. Accelerate gently before you enter the curve
D. Drive at the posted speed limit of the roadway, before, throughout, and after the
curve
# 9. When passing a bicyclist, you should:
A. Blast your horn to alert the bicyclist
B. Move as far left as possible
C. Remain in the center of the lane
D. Put on your four-way flashers
# 10. You are waiting to turn left at a multilane intersection, and opposing
traffic is blocking your view, you should:
A. Accelerate rapidly when the first lane you need to cross is clear
B. Wait until you can see all the lanes you need to cross before going ahead
with your turn
C. Wait for the opposing driver to wave you across the intersection
D. Edge your car into each lane of opposing traffic as soon as it clears
# 11. To avoid last minute moves, you should be looking down the road to
where your vehicle will be in about ____.

A. 5 to 10 seconds
B. 10 to 15 seconds
C. 15 to 20 seconds
# 12. teenage drivers are more likely to be involved in a crash when:
A. They are driving with their pet as a passenger
B. They are driving with adult passengers
C. They are driving with teenage passengers
D. They are driving without any passengers
# 13. Who must yield when a driver is turning and a pedestrian is crossing
without a traffic light?
A. Whoever started last
B. The driver
C. Whoever is slower
D. The pedestrian
# 14. You need to use extra caution when driving near a pedestrian using a
white cane because:
A. He or she is deaf
B. He or she has a mental disability
C. He or she is blind
D. He or she has a walking problem
# 15. You drive defensively when you:
A. Always put one car length between you and the car ahead.
B. Look only at the car in front of you while driving.
C. Keep your eyes moving to look for possible hazards.
# 16. When you are merging onto the freeway, you should be driving:
A. At or near the same speed as the traffic on the freeway.
B. 5 to 10 MPH slower than the traffic on the freeway.
C. The posted speed limit for traffic on the freeway.

# 17. If you are driving behind a motorcycle, you must:


A. Allow the motorcycle to use a complete lane
B. Drive on the shoulder beside the motorcycle
C. Allow the motorcycle to use only half a lane
D. Pass in the same lane where the motorcycle is driving
# 18. On two-lane, two-way streets or highways, you should start left turns:
A. Close to the center line
B. Close to the outside line
C. In the center of the lane
D. Anywhere in the lane
# 19. Drivers entering a roundabout or traffic circle:
A. Must stop before entering
B. Must yield to drivers in the roundabout or traffic circle
C. Have the right of way if they arrive first
D. Have the right of way if there are two lanes
# 20. Your lane position should __________
A. increase wind blast from other vehicles.
B. protect your lane from other drivers.
C. decrease your ability to see and be seen.
D. all the above
Explanation : Your lane position should: Increase your ability to see and be seen. Avoid
others` blind spots. Protect your lane from other drivers. Communicate your
intentions.Help you avoid wind blasts from other vehicles. Provide an escape route.
# 21. On a two-lane road, you may pass another vehicle on the right when:
A. Driving on a single lane entrance ramp
B. The driver you are passing is travelling slower than the posted speed limit
C. Never
D. The driver you are passing is making a left turn

# 22. When entering a freeway:


A. Vehicles on the freeway must always yield the right-of-way to vehicles that are
entering the freeway.
B. You must yield the right-of-way to vehicles already on the freeway.
C. Increase your speed even if the way is not clear.
D. You must always drive at the same speed as the rest of the traffic.
Explanation : Enter the freeway at or near the speed of traffic. Do not stop before
merging with freeway traffic unless absolutely necessary. Freeway traffic has the right
of way. Watch for vehicles around you. Use your mirrors and turn signals.
# 23. To pass a slower-moving vehicle on a two-lane road you must:
A. Not cross the center line
B. Flash your lights to oncoming traffic
C. Use the shoulder
D. Use that lane that belongs to oncoming traffic
# 24. When sharing the road with a truck, it is important to remember that, in
general, trucks:
A. Take longer distances than cars to stop
B. Require less time to pass on a downgrade than cars
C. Require less turning radius than cars
D. Require less time to pass on an incline than cars
# 25. Collisions can happen more often when:
A. All vehicles are traveling about the same speed.
B. One lane of traffic is traveling faster than the other lanes.
C. One vehicle is traveling faster or slower than the flow of traffic.
# 26. When entering a highway from an entrance ramp, you should generally:
A. Enter above the speed of traffic to get ahead
B. Enter slowly to avoid other vehicles

C. Stop first, then slowly enter traffic


D. Accelerate to the speed of traffic
# 27. At an intersection with a stop sign, you should stop and:
A. Check your rearview mirror for cars tailgating
B. Go when the vehicle ahead of you goes
C. Look right first, then left, then right again
D. Look both ways ahead and ensure it is clear and safe before moving off.
# 28. If you stop at a railroad crossing with more than one track:
A. Wait until you have a clear view of all tracks
B. Stop on the railroad track and watch for another train
C. Go through as soon as the train passes
D. Go through when one of the tracks is free
# 29. When no signs, signals, or police tell you what to do at an intersection,
the law states that:
A. Drivers on the right must yield to drivers on the left
B. There are no laws stating who must yield
C. Drivers going straight must yield to drivers turning left at the intersection
D. Drivers turning left must yield to drivers going straight through the
intersection
# 30. To turn left on multi-lane streets and highways, you should start from:
A. The middle of the intersection
B. The right lane
C. The left lane
D. Any lane
# 31. When passing on a multi-lane highway:
A. Be sure the passing lane is clear
B. Pass only on the right
C. Watch for oncoming traffic
D. There is no need to signal

# 32. If you want to get off from a freeway, but you missed your exit, you
should:
A. Go to the next exit, and get off the freeway there
B. Make a U-turn through the median
C. Pull onto the shoulder and back your car to the exit
D. Flag down a police officer for an escort back to your exit
# 33. To make a right turn at the corner, you:
A. May not enter the bicycle lane.
B. Should only merge into the bicycle lane if you stop before turning.
C. Must merge into the bicycle lane before turning.
# 34. When you drive through an area where children are playing, you should
expect them:
A. To know when it is safe to cross
B. To stop at the curb before crossing the street
C. To run out in front of you without looking
D. Not to cross unless they are with an adult
# 35. After a train has passed, you should:
A. Check again for approaching trains and proceed with caution
B. Wait for a green light
C. Proceed across the tracks
D. Blow horn and proceed
# 36. When driving near a blind pedestrian who is carrying a white cane or
using a guide dog, you should:
A. Slow down and be prepared to stop
B. Take the right-of-way
C. Proceed normally
D. Drive away quickly
# 37. When driving on a freeway entrance ramp, you should look for a gap in
freeway traffic by:

A. Looking in the inside rearview mirror only


B. Looking in the sideview mirror only
C. Looking in both rearview and sideview mirrors
D. Looking in your mirrors and turning your head to look over your shoulder
# 38. You can park and leave your car
A. In a tunnel.
B. 30 feet from a railroad crossing.
C. Between a safety zone and the curb.
D. None of the above.
Explanation : Never park or leave your vehicle in a tunnel or on a bridge, on or within 50
feet of a railroad crossing, or between a safety zone and the curb.
# 39. On long trips you can prevent drowsiness by
A. Turning on your car radio.
B. Slowing down so you can react better.
C. Stopping at regular intervals for a rest.
D. Moving your eyes from side to side as you drive.
Explanation : Before you embark on a trip, you should: Get a good nights sleep. Plan to
drive long trips with a companion. Schedule regular stops, every 100 miles or 2 hours.
Avoid alcohol and medications that may impair performance.
# 40. It is best to keep a space cushion:
A. Only in back of your vehicle
B. Only on the left and right side of your vehicle
C. Only in front of the vehicle
D. On all sides of the vehicle
# 41. Seat belts can be most effective as injury preventive devices when they
are worn by

A. The person driving the car.


B. Passengers when they are on a long drive.
C. All occupants of a car being driven on an expressway.
D. Passengers and the driver whenever they are in the car.
Explanation : Whenever you drive, you should make sure everyone in your vehicle
wears a seat belt. In the event of a crash, a person without a belt becomes a projectile,
and a danger to everyone else in the vehicle.
# 42. Highway hypnosis is a driver condition that can result from:
A. Staring at the roadway for long periods of time
B. Frequent rest stops
C. Too much sleep the night before your trip
D. Short trips on expressways
# 43. These pavement markings tell you that at the intersection ahead:

A. Center lane traffic may go straight or turn left


B. You can only turn right from the center lane
C. The center lane mergers into one lane
D. Center lane traffic must turn left
# 44. Allowing a space cushion is important because it:
A. Prevents distractions from other vehicles
B. Allows you time to react to situations
C. Keeps traffic flowing at a safe pace
D. Keeps other drivers alert
# 45. The four-second rule refers to how one should:
A. Yield to other cars
B. Turn at stop signs

C. Follow another car


D. Cross an intersection
# 46. Under normal conditions, a safe following distance between your car
and the car ahead is:
A. Fifty feet.
B. One car length.
C. Three second behind the vehicle you follow
D. One hundred feet
Explanation : Follow at a safe distance. Use the three-second rule. Increase your
following distance in bad weather or poor visibility.
# 47. Minimum speed signs are designed to
A. Keep traffic flowing smoothly.
B. Show current local road conditions.
C. Test future traffic signal needs.
D. Assure pedestrian safety.
Explanation : To keep traffic flowing smoothly, some highways also have minimum
speed limits. Driving slower than the minimum speed can interrupt the traffic flow and
create a dangerous situation.
# 48. U-turns in residential districts are legal:
A. On a one-way street on a green arrow.
B. When there are no vehicles approaching nearby.
C. Across two sets of solid double, yellow lines.
# 49. When a truck driver behind you wants to pass your vehicle, your speed
should:
A. Remain steady or decrease
B. Change lanes

C. Change
D. Increase
# 50. When traveling behind a motorcycle:
A. Allow a following distance of at least 2 car lengths
B. Allow at least 2 seconds of following distance
C. Allow at least 4 seconds of following distance
D. Allow a following distance of at least 4 motorcycle lengths
# 51. When exiting a highway, you should slow down:
A. On the main road, just before the exit lane
B. Once you see the toll booth
C. Once you have moved into the exit lane
D. When you first see the exit sign
# 52. One of the rules of defensive driving is
A. Look straight ahead as you drive.
B. Stay alert and keep your eyes moving.
C. Expect that other drivers will make up for your errors.
D. Be confident that you can avoid danger at the last minute.
Explanation : Keep your eyes moving, notice what is happening at the sides of the road,
and check behind you through your mirrors every few seconds.
# 53. An orange triangle on the back of a vehicle indicates that vehicle:
A. Carries radioactive materials
B. Takes wide turns
C. Travels at slower speeds than normal traffic
D. Makes frequent stops
# 54. Which of the following statements about blind spots is true?
A. They are eliminated if you have one outside mirror on each side of the vehicle.
B. Large trucks have bigger blind spots than most passenger vehicles.
C. Blind spots can be checked by looking in your rear view mirrors.

# 55. At night, it is hardest to see:


A. Road signs
B. Pedestrians
C. Other motorists
D. Street lights
# 56. Always use your seat belt:
A. Unless the vehicle was built before 1978.
B. Unless you are in a limousine.
C. When the vehicle is equipped with seat belts.
# 1. People under 16 years of age who use a false identification card to buy
alcohol will:
A. Receive a driving suspension that starts on their 16th birthday
B. Not be able to take the driver`s exam until their 21st birthday
C. Receive a driving suspension that starts on their 21st birthday
D. Be sent to an alcohol safety education class
# 2. Parental consent to conduct breath, blood, and urine tests is:
A. Not required
B. Required from only one parent
C. Required for people under 16 years old
D. Required from both parents
# 3. If you are involved in a crash, you must:
A. Take the person to the nearest hospital.
B. Continue home and file a crash report.
C. Stop, help any injured, report the crash to the police, exchange information
and notify your insurance company.
D. Check your car for damages.
# 4. The zero tolerance law reduced the blood alcohol content (bac) from .08%
to ____ for drivers under 21 to be charged with driving under the influence.

A. .02%
B. .05%
C. .07%
D. .00%
# 5. It is against the law for anyone under the age of 21 to ____ alcohol.
A. Serve
B. Wear clothing advertising
C. Be in the presence of
D. Transport
# 6. It is against the law for anyone under the age of 21 to ____ alcohol.
A. Wear clothing advertising
B. Be in the presence of
C. Consume
D. Serve
# 7. One of the penalties for driving under the influence of alcohol is a(n):
A. 5-year driver`s license suspension
B. $100.00 fine
C. Attendance to Alcohol Highway Safety School
D. 12-hour sentence in jail
# 8. If you are under age 21 and are convicted of driving under the influence
of alcohol, you will receive a ____ license suspension for a first offense.
A. 60-Day
B. 30-Day
C. 6-Month
D. 1-Year
# 9. If you are under age 21, and are convicted of carrying a false id card, you
will be required to pay a $500 fine and your license will be suspended for 90
days.
A. Only if your blood alcohol content (BAC) is .02% or higher

B. Even if you were not driving


C. Only if you were driving at the time of arrest
D. Only if your blood alcohol content (BAC) is .02% or higher and you were driving at
the time of arrest
# 10. If you are stopped by a police officer, you should:
A. Unbuckle your seat belt and lower your window
B. Get your paperwork ready before the officer reaches your car
C. Stay in your vehicle with your hands on the steering wheel, and wait for the
officer to approach you
D. Get out of your car and walk toward the patrol car
# 11. If you are arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and you
refuse to take the blood test, you will recieve a:
A. Drug counseling treatment
B. Sentence of one day in jail
C. Driver`s License Suspension
D. $300.00 fine
# 12. if under 21 years of age you are considered to be driving while under
the influence if your blood alcohol level is:
A. .08% or higher
B. .10% or higher
C. .05% or higher
D. .02% or higher
# 13. If a police officer requires you to take a blood, breath, or urine test, you:

A. May choose the test you prefer


B. Must sign a consent form
C. May refuse if underage
D. Must take the test, or your license will be suspended
# 14. For a first conviction for driving under the influence at any blood alcohol
concentration level, you could:

A. Lose your license for up to 5 years


B. Be required to conduct a public education class on the dangers of drunk driving
C. Be required to drive with a restricted occupational license
D. Pay a fine of at least $300
# 15. It is against the law for anyone under the age of 21 to ____ alcohol.
A. Wear clothing advertising
B. Possess
C. Serve
D. Be in the presence of
# 16. If a person under 21 years old consumes alcohol, but is not driving a
motor vehicle, the penalty for a first offense is:
A. A 90-day driver license suspension and up to a $500 fine
B. A 6-month probation
C. Sentence to a corrections institution
D. Points on the driving record
# 1. You come to an intersection which is blocked by other traffic. You should
A. Go slowly until the traffic ahead moves.
B. Get as close as possible to the other car.
C. Stay out of the intersection until you can pass through.
D. Sound your horn to make the cars move up.
Explanation : You may not enter an intersection if traffic is backed up on the other side
and you cannot get all the way through the intersection. Wait until traffic ahead clears,
so you do not block the intersection.
# 2. You have the right-of-way when you are
A. Entering a traffic circle.
B. Backing out of a driveway.

C. Leaving a parking space.


D. Already in a traffic circle.
Explanation : A driver entering a traffic circle, sometimes called a rotary, must yield the
right-of-way to drivers already in the circle.
# 3. You are making a left turn from a two-way street into a one-way street.
When you have completed the turn your car should be
A. In the right lane of the street.
B. In the center of the street.
C. In the left lane of the street.
D. In the lane with the least traffic.
Explanation : Approach the turn with your left wheels as close as possible to the center
line. Make the turn before reaching the center of the intersection, and turn into the left
lane of the road you enter.
# 4. The driver`s left arm and hand are extended downward. This hand signal
means that the driver plans to

A. Turn left.
B. Turn right.
C. Stop.
D. Start up.
Explanation : The law requires you to signal a turn or lane change with your directional
lights or hand signals at least 100 feet (30 m) ahead. downward - stop upward - turn
right straight - turn left
# 5. You are about to make a left turn. You must signal continuously during
the last ____ feet before the turn.

A. 50
B. 75
C. 100
# 6. If you are driving on an Interstate(freeway) and a car is attempting to
merge into your lane, you should:
A. If possible, safely make room for the merging vehicle.
B. Accelerate quickly to get out of the merging vehicles way.
C. Reduce your speed quickly so the other vehicle can merge.
D. Do nothing.
# 7. You want to turn right at the next intersection. You should begin to use
your turn signal
A. At least 50 feet before the turn.
B. When you reach the intersection.
C. At least 100 feet before the turn.
D. As soon as you see cars behind you.
Explanation : The law requires you to signal a turn or lane change with your directional
lights or hand signals at least 100 feet (30 m) ahead.
# 8. Large trucks turning right onto a street with two lanes in each direction:
A. May complete their turn in either the left or right lane
B. Often have to use part of the left lane to complete the turn
C. Must stay in the right lane at all times
D. All of the Above
# 9. You must yield the right-of-way to an approaching vehicle when you are
A. Already in a traffic circle.
B. Already in an intersection.
C. Going straight ahead.
D. Turning left.

Explanation : If drivers approaching from opposite directions reach an intersection at


about the same time, a driver turning left must yield to approaching traffic going
straight or turning right.
# 10. You want to make a right turn at an upcoming intersection. You should
slow down and:
A. Move toward the left side of your lane.
B. Avoid driving in the bicycle lane.
C. Signal for 100 feet before turning.
# 11. What should you do when you are going to enter a roadway from a
private road
A. Blow your horn to warn cars you are entering the roadway.
B. Stop with part of the car on the roadway to warn other drivers.
C. Drive out fast to merge smoothly with the traffic.
D. Yield the right-of-way to pedestrians and roadway traffic.
Explanation : A vehicle entering a roadway from a driveway, alley, private road, or any
other place that is not a roadway, must stop and yield the right-of-way to traffic on the
roadway, and to pedestrians.
# 12. To turn left from a multilane one-way street onto a one-way street, you
should start your turn from:
A. Any lane (as long as it is safe)
B. The lane closest to the left curb
C. The lane in the center of the road.
# 13. You are getting ready to make a right turn. You should:
A. Signal and turn immediately.
B. Stop before entering the right lane and let all other traffic go first.
C. Slow down or stop, if necessary, and then make the turn.
# 14. When two vehicles enter an intersection from different highways at the
same time, which vehicle must yield the right-of-way

A. Either one.
B. Vehicle on the left.
C. Vehicle on the right.
D. Neither one.
Explanation : At intersections not controlled by signs or signals, or where two or more
drivers stop at STOP signs at the same time and they are at right angles to one another,
the driver on the left must yield the right-of-way to the driver on the right.
# 15. When you enter traffic from a stop (away from the curb), you:
A. Should drive slower than other traffic for 200 feet.
B. Need a large enough gap to get up to the speed of traffic.
C. Should wait for the first two vehicles to pass, then drive into the lane.
# 16. You want to turn left at an intersection. The light is green but oncoming
traffic is heavy. You should
A. Use the next intersection.
B. Wait at the crosswalk for traffic to clear.
C. Wait in the center of the intersection for traffic to clear.
D. Take the right-of-way since you have the light.
Explanation : You want to turn left at an intersection ahead. A vehicle is approaching
from the opposite direction, going straight ahead. You must wait for approaching traffic
to go through before you turn.
# 17. The driver`s left hand and arm are extended upward. This hand signal
means that the driver plans to

A. Turn left.
B. Turn right.

C. Come to a stop.
D. Go straight ahead.
Explanation : A good safety tip is to, whenever possible, signal your intention to turn
before you actually begin braking to make the turn. downward - stop upward - turn right
straight - turn left
# 18. If you have a green light, but traffic is blocking the intersection, you
should:
A. Stay out of the intersection until traffic clears.
B. Enter the intersection and wait until traffic clears.
C. Merge into another lane and try to go around the traffic.
# 19. You are waiting in the intersection to complete a left turn. You should
A. Signal and keep your wheels turned to the left.
B. Signal and keep your wheels straight.
C. Flash your headlights so the driver will let you get through.
D. Drive around the rear of a car if it blocks you.
Explanation : When you enter the intersection, stay to the right of the center line. Keep
your wheels straight to avoid being pushed into oncoming traffic should a rear-end
collision occur. When approaching traffic clears or stops for a red light, complete your
turn.
# 20. You drive along a street and hear a siren. You cannot immediately see
the emergency vehicle. You should
A. Keep driving until you see the vehicle.
B. Pull to the curb and look to see if it is on your street.
C. Slow down but don't stop until you see it.
D. Speed up and turn at the next intersection.

Explanation : If you hear a siren or air-horn nearby but do not know exactly where the
emergency vehicle is, you should pull over and stop until you are sure it is not
approaching you.
# 21. To turn right from a highway into two lanes in your direction, turn from:
A. the lane closest to the center of the road
B. the lane nearest the curb or edge of the roadway
C. either lane, depending on oncoming traffic
D. None of the above
# 22. You may legally block an intersection:
A. When you entered the intersection on the green light.
B. During rush hour traffic.
C. Under no circumstances.
# 23. When parking uphill on a two-way street with no curb, your front wheels
should be:
A. Turned to the left (toward the street).
B. Turned to the right (away from the street).
C. Parallel with the pavement.
# 24. A flashing red traffic light at an intersection means:
A. Slow down before entering
B. Stop before entering
C. Stop and wait for the green light
D. None of the above
Explanation : A flashing red signal light means STOP. After stopping, you may proceed
when it is safe. Observe the right-of-way rules.
# 25. When you want to make a right turn, your car must be
A. Near the center of the street.
B. Close to the left side of the street.

C. Close to the right side of the street.


D. Past the center of the intersection when you begin to turn.
Explanation : As you prepare to turn right, stay as far to the right as possible. Avoid
making wide, sweeping turns. Unless signs direct you otherwise, turn into the right lane
of the road you enter.
# 1. You may never park
A. On a one-way street.
B. At the entrance of a building.
C. In a crosswalk.
D. Within 50 feet of a fire hydrant.
Explanation : Parking, standing or stopping is not allowed: Within 15 feet (5 m) of a fire
hydrant, unless a licensed driver remains in the vehicle to move it in an emergency. On
a sidewalk or in a crosswalk.
# 2. A NO STOPPING sign means that, unless directed to do so by a policeman,
you may stop only
A. Long enough to unload packages.
B. To avoid conflict with other traffic.
C. To discharge passengers.
D. For less than 5 minutes.
Explanation : A NO STOPPING sign means you may stop only in order to obey a traffic
sign, signal or officer, or to avoid conflicts with other vehicles.
# 3. Assuming that the street is level, what should you do after you have
finished parallel parking in a space between two other cars
A. Leave your front wheels turned toward the curb.
B. Make sure your car almost touches the car behind you.
C. Move as far forward in the space as possible.
D. Straighten your front wheels and leave room between cars.

Explanation : Straighten your wheels, and pull forward. Allow room for the vehicles
ahead and behind you to get out. In your final parking position, your wheels must be no
more than one foot (30 cm) from the curb.
# 4. A driver may park in a space reserved for people with disabilities if the
vehicle displays license plates for the disabled
A. Regardless of who is in the vehicle.
B. Only if the driver is disabled.
C. And is carrying the disabled person named on the registration.
D. If someone in the driver's immediate family is disabled.
Explanation : It is illegal for any vehicle to park, stop, or stand in a space reserved for
the disabled unless it has license plates for the disabled issued by the DMV. the vehicle
must actually be in use to transport the disabled person named in the registration.
# 5. It is illegal to park your vehicle:
A. In an unmarked crosswalk
B. Within three feet of a private driveway.
C. In a bicycle lane.
# 6. A NO STANDING sign at a certain location means
A. You may never stop your vehicle there.
B. You may park there if the driver remains in the vehicle.
C. You may stop temporarily to pickup or discharge passengers.
D. You may stop to load or unload merchandise.
Explanation : A NO STANDING sign means you may stop only temporarily to load or
unload passengers.
# 7. Before you leave a parking space which is parallel to the curb you should
A. Sound your horn.
B. Turn on your four-way flasher.

C. Look for traffic by turning your head.


D. Look for traffic by using your inside rear-view mirror.
Explanation : To pull out of a parallel parking space, make sure your wheels are straight,
back up to the vehicle behind you, and turn your wheels away from the curb. pull out
into the traffic lane only when it is safe to do so.
# 8. When parking your vehicle parallel to the curb on a level street.
A. Your front wheels must be turned toward the street.
B. Your wheels must be within 18 inches of the curb.
C. One of your rear wheels must touch the curb.
# 9. If you are parked parallel to the curb, you may get out of the car on the
traffic side
A. During the daytime when other drivers can see you.
B. When the traffic light at the closest intersection turns red.
C. When you will not interfere with oncoming vehicles.
D. If you use your four-way flasher first.
Explanation : After parking, remember that you may not open the door on the road side
if it will interfere with traffic.
# 10. You may not park your vehicle:
A. On the side of the freeway in an emergency.
B. Next to a red painted curb.
C. Within 100 feet of an elementary school.
# 11. In a parking space reserved for people with disabilities, a non-disabled
driver
A. May park in an emergency.
B. May not park, but stop in an emergency.
C. May not park or stop, but may stand in an emergency.
D. May neither park, stop nor stand.

Explanation : It is illegal for any vehicle to park, stop, or stand in a space reserved for
the disabled unless it has license plates for the disabled issued by the DMV.
# 12. A NO PARKING sign at a certain location means
A. You may never stop your vehicle there.
B. You may stop temporarily to load or unload passengers.
C. You may park there if the driver remains in the vehicle.
D. You may leave your vehicle unattended for less than 5 minutes.
Explanation : A NO PARKING sign means you may stop only temporarily to load or
unload merchandise or passengers.
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# 1. The car behind you begins to pass you. You should


A. Maintain your speed so traffic will flow smoothly.
B. Pull to the right and stop so he can pass.
C. Slow down slightly and stay in your lane.
D. Blow your horn to allow him to pass.
Explanation : 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.
# 2. If you plan to pass another vehicle, you should:
A. Not assume the other driver will make space for you to return to your lane.
B. Assume the other driver will let you pass if you use your turn signal.
C. Assume the other driver will maintain a constant speed.
# 3. After you have passed a car you should return to the right lane when you
A. See the front bumper of the other car in your mirror.
B. Have put your turn signal on.

C. Have turned your headlights on.


D. See the other car's headlights come on.
Explanation : When passing, move completely into the left lane. Before returning to the
right lane, signal and look at your interior rearview mirror and make sure you can see
the front bumper of the vehicle you just passed.
# 4. A solid yellow line next to a broken yellow line means that vehicles:
A. In both directions may pass.
B. Next to the broken line may pass.
C. Next to the solid line may pass.
# 5. What does it mean when a school bus is stopped and its red lights are
flashing
A. You may pass if no children are on the road.
B. You may not pass while the red lights are flashing.
C. You may pass if you are facing the front of the bus.
D. You may pass if it is on the other side of a divided highway.
Explanation : 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.
# 6. You are driving in the middle lane on a three lane expressway. A car
begins to pass you on the right. The actions of that driver are
A. Wrong because "pass to the left" is a firm rule.
B. Wrong because he's passing you in your "blind spot".
C. OK as long as he does it on a limited access highway.
D. OK if no signs forbid passing on the right.
Explanation : Before you pass on the right on multilane roads such as expressways,
make sure you check your mirrors, use the proper signals for lane change, and look
over your right shoulder for other vehicles.

# 7. In general, you should pass vehicles going in the same direction as you
are going
A. On the right.
B. On the left.
C. Only if the other driver signals it is safe.
D. Whenever you have the opportunity to do so.
Explanation : the law requires that we drive on the right side of the road. When passing
is allowed, we usually pass other vehicles on the left. Passing on the right is permitted
only in limited circumstances, and should be done only when necessary and safe to do
so.
# 8. You may pass another vehicle on the right if it is waiting to
A. Turn right.
B. Turn left.
C. Park at the curb.
D. Turn into a driveway on the right.
Explanation : You should usually pass other vehicles on the left, but passing on the right
is allowed in certain situations.
# 9. When you want to overtake and pass another vehicle you should
A. Wait for a signal from the other driver.
B. Change lanes quickly so the other driver will see you.
C. Signal and pass when safe to do so.
D. Stay close behind so you need less time to pass.
Explanation : If conditions are right for passing, check in your mirrors and signal your
lane change. Before pulling into the left lane, glance briefly over your left shoulder,
through the rear side window, to make sure no vehicle is passing you or close behind
you in

# 10. You may drive off from the paved roadway to pass another vehicle:
A. If the shoulder is wide enough to accommodate your vehicle
B. If the vehicle ahead of you is turning left.
C. Under no circumstances
# 11. You may cross double yellow lines to pass another vehicle if the:
A. Vehicle in front of you moves to the right to let you pass
B. Yellow line next to your side of the road is broken
C. Yellow line next to the other side of the road is broken
D. None of the above
# 12. In which of the following situations is passing always forbidden
A. The vehicle ahead is making a left turn.
B. You are on a one-way street which has two lanes.
C. The vehicle ahead is stopped for a pedestrian in a crosswalk.
D. The vehicle ahead is going to park parallel to the curb.
Explanation : The law requires you to use directional or hand signals at least 100 feet
(30 m) before making a lane change. You may never pass a vehicle which has stopped
at a crosswalk to allow a pedestrian to cross.
# 13. When passing another vehicle, it is safe to return to your lane if you:
A. Cannot see the vehicle directly to your right.
B. See the vehicles headlights in your rear view mirror.
C. Have passed the other vehicles front bumper.
# 1. This sign means?

A. Route H highway sign.


B. General service sign for a highway.

C. General service sign for a hotel.


D. General service sign for a hospital.
# 2. This warning sign means?

A. Road striping ahead.


B. Utility crew ahead.
C. Children`s playground ahead.
D. Road maintenance crew ahead.
Explanation : The Playground (W15-1) sign may be used to give advance warning of a
designated children playground that is located adjacent to the road. The Playground
sign may have a fluorescent yellow/green background with a black legend and border.
# 3. This warning sign means?

A. Winding road ahead, begins with a curve to the right.


B. The road curves to the left then to the right.
C. Winding road ahead, begins with a curve to the left.
D. Slippery when wet.
Explanation : Winding road ahead, begins with a curve to the right. As the symbol
shows, the road will curve to the right, then to the left, then again to the right, then to
the left.
# 4. This sign means?

A. General service sign for a hospital.


B. General service sign for a doctor's office.
C. General service sign for a pharmacy.
D. General service sign for parking.
Explanation : (D9-20) sign shall only be used to indicate the availability of a pharmacy
that is open, with a State-licensed pharmacist present and on duty.
# 5. What type of sign is this?

A. Interstate route sign.


B. County route sign.
C. State route sign.
D. U. S. route sign.
Explanation : Interstate Route signs may contain the State name in white upper-case
letters on a blue background.
# 6. This sign means?

A. Divided highway ends.


B. Keep to the right of obstruction.
C. Keep to the left of obstruction.
D. Left lane ends.
Explanation : The Keep Right (R4-7) sign may be used at locations where it is necessary
for traffic to pass only to the right of a roadway feature or obstruction. A traffic island,
obstruction or median is ahead. Keep to the right.

# 7. This sign means?

A. Pedestrian crossing ahead.


B. School advance warning, you are entering a school zone.
C. Pedestrians only, no vehicle traffic.
D. Pedestrians ahead warning sign.
Explanation : The School Advance Warning sign (S1-1). Warning that you are
approaching or already in a school zone. Slow down and watch out for children playing
or crossing the street, be prepared to stop. This is not a pedestrian crossing sign.
# 8. This warning sign means?

A. Pavement ends ahead.


B. Lane ends ahead.
C. Road construction ahead.
D. Road closed ahead.
Explanation : A PAVEMENT ENDS (W8-3a) symbol sign may be used where a paved
surface changes to either a gravel treated surface or an earth road surface.
# 9. This sign means

A. Slow down and prepare to stop only if cars are approaching you.
B. Come to a full stop, then go when it is safe to do so.

C. Proceed carefully through the intersection, not always stopping.


D. Stop only for traffic on an intersecting road.
# 10. This sign means

A. Merging traffic is approaching from the right.


B. Winding road ahead.
C. Right lane ends ahead, stay to the left.
D. Divided highway ahead.
# 11. This sign means?

A. A flagger is stationed ahead to control road users.


B. End of road construction.
C. Road construction detour to the left.
D. Road construction detour to the right.
Explanation : The Flagger (20-7a) symbol sign should be used in advance of any point
where a flagger is stationed to control road users. Be prepared to stop and follow the
traffic flagger`s instructions.
# 12. This sign means?

A. Maximum legal speed is 50 mph in ideal conditions.


B. Maximum legal speed is 50 mph in all weather conditions.
C. Minimum legal speed is 50 mph in ideal conditions.
D. Minimum legal speed is 50 mph in all weather conditions.

Explanation : The speed posted represents the maximum legal speed that you may
travel during ideal weather conditions. You may receive a ticket in adverse weather
conditions (like snow, rain, sleet, fog, etc.) even when traveling below the posted speed
limit
# 13. This sign means

A. One-way traffic
B. Intersection ahead.
C. Merging traffic from the right.
D. Highway curves ahead.
# 14. This sign means?

A. No playing in the street.


B. No parking allowed.
C. No passing allowed.
D. No pedestrian traffic.
Explanation : No parking symbol sign prohibits parking.
# 15. This sign means

A. No left turn.
B. No stopping.
C. No U-turn.
D. Detour ahead.

# 16. This sign means

A. All traffic turn left.


B. No left turn.
C. No U-turn.
D. Truck route to the left.
# 17. This road sign means:

A. You may turn during the red light.


B. Pass only in the right lane.
C. One way street.
D. Do not turn during the red light.
# 18. This sign means?

A. Advance warning of a cross intersection.


B. X intersection ahead warning sign.
C. No right turn warning.
D. Railroad crossing ahead warning sign.
Explanation : This sign warns of a railroad crossing ahead.
# 19. This warning sign means?

A. Winding road ahead.


B. The road ahead curves sharply right, then left.
C. The road ahead turns sharply left.
D. The road ahead curves sharply left, then right.
Explanation : The road ahead curves sharply right, then left. Reduce your speed and be
alert.
# 20. This sign means?

A. Church crossing.
B. Pedestrian crossing.
C. Pedestrian traffic only.
D. School crossing.
Explanation : School Crosswalk Warning Assembly. Warning of a school crossing, arrow
shows the location of the crossing. Normally installed at the marked crosswalk, or as
close to it as possible. Slow down, be prepared to stop, watch for children crossing.
# 21. What does this sign mean?

A. A truck is 500 feet ahead of you.


B. Slow down for the truck ahead.
C. A farm vechicle, or tractor, is 500 feet ahead of you.
D. Caution and keep a 500 foot distance between yourself and the farm
vehicle ahead of you.

# 22. This sign means?

A. Come to a complete stop, proceed only when safe to do so.


B. Slow down and yield to oncoming traffic
C. Stop only to avoid an accident
D. Slow down and proceed if traffic allows.
Explanation : When a sign is used to indicate that traffic is always required to stop, a
STOP (R1-1) sign shall be used. Come to a full stop, then go when it is safe to do so. The
STOP sign shall be an octagon with a white legend and border on a red background.
# 23. This sign means?

A. Four-way intersection ahead.


B. Side road intersection ahead.
C. Intersection warning ahead, roadway ends, must turn right or left.
D. Y intersection ahead.
Explanation : T-symbol intersection ahead. Roadway ends ahead, must turn left or right.
# 24. This sign means?

A. Warning that a stop sign is ahead.


B. Forward traffic is not allowed.
C. Wrong way, do not enter.
D. A warning to stop right away.

Explanation : Stop Ahead (W3-1) sign shall be installed on an approach to a primary


traffic control device that is not visible for a sufficient distance to permit the road user
to respond to the device. It is your advance warning that a stop sign is ahead of you.
# 25. This sign means?

A. General information sign for an aircraft manufacturing plant.


B. No fly zone ahead.
C. General information sign for an airport.
D. Low flying aircraft warning.
Explanation : General information sign for an airport.
# 26. This warning sign means?

A. U-turns allowed ahead.


B. Left curve ahead.
C. Circular intersection ahead.
D. Three-way intersection ahead.
Explanation : Circular intersection ahead. Entering traffic must yield the right-of-way to
circulating traffic.
# 27. This sign means?

A. No u-turn.

B. No right turn.
C. No turn on red.
D. No left turn.
Explanation : Right turn is prohibited.
# 28. This sign means?

A. Divided highway ends.


B. Wrong way, turn around.
C. Traffic flows only in the direction of the arrow.
D. Divided highway begins.
Explanation : The ONE WAY sign shall be used to indicate streets or roadways upon
which vehicular traffic is allowed to travel in one direction only. ONE WAY signs shall be
placed parallel to the one-way street at all alleys and roadways that intersect one-way
roadways
# 29. This sign means

A. Don't drink if you are going to drive.


B. Slippery when wet.
C. Road curves ahead.
D. You are approaching a hill.
# 30. This sign means?

A. No left turn.
B. No u-turn.
C. No right turn.
D. No turn on red.
Explanation : Left turn is prohibited.
# 31. What type of sign is this?

A. State route sign.


B. U. S. route sign.
C. County route sign.
D. Interstate route sign.
Explanation : U.S. Route signs shall consist of black numerals on a white shield
surrounded by a black background without a border. This sign shall be used on all U.S.
routes and in connection with route sign assemblies on intersecting highways.
# 32. This exit advisory speed sign means?

A. Minimum advised speed limit is 25 mph in ideal conditions.


B. Slow down, maximum advised speed is 25 mph in ideal conditions.
C. Slow down, maximum advised speed is 25 mph in all conditions.
D. Minimum advised speed limit is 25 mph in all conditions.
Explanation : Slow down, maximum advised speed is 25 mph in ideal conditions.

# 33. This sign means?

A. A sharp left curve warning.


B. A sharp right curve or turn.
C. V intersection ahead.
D. 2 Lane traffic ahead.
Explanation : If used, Chevron Alignment signs shall be installed on the outside of a turn
or curve, the arrows show the direction of the turn or curve.
# 34. This sign means?

A. Warning sign for truck ramp.


B. Warning sign for draw bridge ahead.
C. Warning sign for hill ahead.
D. No trucks warning sign.
Explanation : The Hill (W7-1) sign should be used in advance of a downgrade where the
length, percent of grade, horizontal curvature, and/or other physical features require
special precautions on the part of road users.
# 35. This sign means

A. Highway changes ahead to the right.


B. Hiking trails ahead to the right.

C. Hotel ahead to the right.


D. Hospital ahead to the right.
# 36. This warning sign means?

A. Left curve ahead warning.


B. Merging traffic from the right.
C. Hairpin curve ahead, extreme right curve.
D. Right turn ahead warning.
Explanation : If the change in horizontal alignment is 135 degrees or more, the Hairpin
Curve (W1-11) sign may be used.
# 37. This sign means?

A. Traffic flows only to the right.


B. Traffic flows only to the left.
C. Your lane will end ahead.
D. Do not drive past this sign, turn around.
Explanation : Used to identify a one-way street, expressway ramp or the wrong
direction or wrong side of a divided highway. Do not drive past this sign, you are going
the wrong way, turn around.
# 38. This warning sign means.

A. Reverse curve ahead.

B. One-way traffic ahead.


C. A divided highway ends ahead.
D. A divided highway begins ahead.
Explanation : A Divided Highway Ends (W6-2) symbol sign should be used in advance of
the end of a section of physically divided highway (not an intersection or junction) as a
warning of two-way traffic ahead.
# 39. This sign means?

A. Narrow bridge warning.


B. Merging traffic from the right.
C. Left lane ends ahead.
D. Soft shoulder warning.
Explanation : A NARROW BRIDGE sign may be used in advance of a bridge or culvert on
which the approach shoulders are narrowed or eliminated.
# 40. This road sign means:

A. No U-turn.
B. Curve.
C. Turn right or left.
D. Traffic flows only in the direction of the arrow.
# 41. This warning sign means?

A. Pavement ends ahead.


B. Ahead is a sharp depression in the profile of the road.
C. Ahead is a narrow bridge warning.
D. Ahead is a sharp rise in the profile of the road.
Explanation : DIP (W8-2) sign should be used to give warning of a sharp depression in
the profile of the road.
# 42. This road sign means:

A. Right lane ends soon, merge left.


B. Soft shoulders.
C. Low place in the road.
D. Lane ends soon, merge right.
# 43. This sign means

A. Four-lane traffic ahead.


B. Divided highway ahead.
C. Two-way traffic ahead.
D. Intersection ahead.
# 44. This sign means?

A. Right curve warning ahead.


B. Merging traffic entering from the left.
C. Merging traffic entering from the right.
D. 2 Lane traffic ahead.

Explanation : A Merge (W4-1) sign may be used to warn road users on the major
roadway that merging movements might be encountered in advance of a point where
lanes from two separate roadways converge as a single traffic lane and no turning
conflict occurs.
# 45. This sign means?

A. Pedestrians only, no vehicle traffic.


B. School advance warning, you are entering a school zone.
C. Pedestrian crossing ahead.
D. Pedestrians ahead warning sign.
Explanation : School Advance Warning Assembly. Warning that you are approaching or
already in a school zone. Slow down and watch out for children playing or crossing the
street, be prepared to stop.
# 46. This sign means?

A. Warning of a winding road ahead.


B. Warning of a right curve ahead.
C. Warning of merging traffic to the right.
D. Warning of a right turn ahead.
Explanation : Warning that ahead of you, the road curves to the right. Be aware and
slow down.

# 47. This warning sign means?

A. Road ramp ahead.


B. Low clearance ahead.
C. Road narrows ahead.
D. Road under water ahead.
Explanation : The Low Clearance sign may be installed in advance of the structure.
Example, the overpass has a low clearance. Do not proceed if the vehicle height is over
the listed clearance dimensions.
# 48. This warning sign means?

A. Right lane ends ahead.


B. Narrow bridge ahead.
C. Left lane ends ahead.
D. Soft shoulder warning ahead.
Explanation : Left lane ends ahead. Drivers in the left lane must merge into the right
lane when safe to do so.
# 49. This sign means?

A. Completely stop at sign and yield right-of-way traffic.


B. Slow down for an approaching intersection.

C. Slow down, completely stop if required, yield right-of-way traffic.


D. Wrong way, do not enter.
Explanation : The YIELD sign assigns right-of-way to traffic on certain approaches to an
intersection. Vehicles controlled by a YIELD sign need to slow down or stop when
necessary to avoid interfering with conflicting traffic.
# 50. This warning sign means?

A. Stop sign ahead.


B. Reduced speed limit, school zone ahead.
C. School crossing ahead.
D. End of school zone ahead.
Explanation : The Reduced Speed School Zone Ahead (S4-5) sign may be used to inform
road users of a reduced speed zone when engineering judgment indicates that advance
notice would be appropriate.
# 51. What type of sign is this?

A. U. S. route sign.
B. County route sign.
C. State route sign.
D. Interstate route sign.
Explanation : State Route signs shall be designed by the individual State highway
agencies. State Route signs should be rectangular and should be approximately the
same size as the U.S. Route sign.

# 52. This sign means?

A. Road workers are in or near the roadway.


B. Snow removal ahead.
C. Pedestrian crossing ahead.
D. Road construction flagger ahead.
Explanation : A Workers (W21-1a) symbol sign may be used to alert road users of
workers in or near the roadway.
# 53. This sign means?

A. Highway exit only.


B. One lane traffic, keep to the right.
C. Traffic is prohibited from entering a restricted roadway.
D. Road closed, construction ahead.
Explanation : The DO NOT ENTER (R5-1) sign shall be used where traffic is prohibited
from entering a restricted roadway. The DO NOT ENTER sign may be installed where it
is necessary to emphasize the one-way traffic movement on a ramp or turning lane.
# 54. This warning sign means?

A. Merging traffic entering from the left.


B. Merging traffic entering from the right.

C. Two lane traffic ahead.


D. Intersection warning ahead.
Explanation : A Merge (W4-1) sign may be used to warn road users on the major
roadway that merging movements might be encountered in advance of a point where
lanes from two separate roadways converge as a single traffic lane and no turning
conflict occurs.
# 55. This sign means?

A. No parking anytime.
B. Disabled parking spot.
C. No parking here to the corner.
D. No stopping or standing.
Explanation : Disabled/handicapped parking space. Reserved for individuals with
disabled parking privileges.
# 56. A white painted curb means:
A. Loading zone for freight or passengers.
B. Loading zone for passengers or mail only.
C. Loading zone for freight only.
# 57. What type of sign is this?

A. State route sign.


B. U. S. route sign.
C. County route sign.
D. Interstate route sign.

Explanation : If County road authorities elect to establish and identify a special system
of important County roads, a statewide policy for such signing shall be established that
includes a uniform numbering system to uniquely identify each route.
# 58. The correct hand signal for stopping is:
A. Right hand and arm pointing downward.
B. Left hand and arm pointing straight out.
C. Left hand and arm pointing downward.
D. Left hand and arm pointing upward.
# 59. This sign means?

A. U-turn is prohibited.
B. No left lane.
C. Left lane ends.
D. No left turn.
Explanation : No U-turn. Do not turn around in the street or at an intersection.
# 60. This road sign means:

A. Warning of a hazard.
B. Yield right-of-way.
C. Railroad crossing.
D. Speed limit.

# 61. This curve advisory speed sign means?

A. Slow down, maximum advised speed is 25 mph in ideal conditions.


B. Minimum advised speed limit is 25 mph in ideal conditions.
C. Minimum advised speed limit is 25 mph in all conditions.
D. Slow down, maximum advised speed is 25 mph in all conditions.
Explanation : Slow down, maximum advised speed is 25 mph in ideal conditions.
# 62. This sign means?

A. Max speed 50 mph, minimum speed 30 mph in all conditions.


B. Speed limit is 50 mph, minimum fine of $50 for violations.
C. Max speed 50 mph, minimum speed 30 mph in ideal conditions.
D. Speed limit is 50 mph, minimum fine of $30 for violations.
Explanation : Max speed 50 mph, minimum speed 30 mph in ideal conditions. You are
required to go slower then the posted speed limits in poor driving conditions like sleet,
snow, fog, etc.
# 63. This sign means?

A. General information sign for a library.


B. General information sign for a bus stop.
C. General information sign for a school.
D. General information sign for a park.

# 64. This sign means?

A. No motor vehicles allowed.


B. No pedestrian crossing.
C. Pedestrian crossing.
D. School crossing.
Explanation : This is the old design for school crossing. Normally installed at the marked
crosswalk, or as close to it as possible. Slow down, be prepared to stop, watch for
children crossing.
# 65. This sign means

A. Slow down if an emergency vehicle is approaching.


B. Look both ways as you cross the intersection.
C. Always come to a full stop at the intersection.
D. Slow down and be prepared to stop if necessary.
# 66. If you see orange construction signs and cones on a freeway, you must:
A. Slow down because the lane ends ahead.
B. Be prepared for workers and equipment ahead.
C. Change lanes and maintain your current speed.
# 67. This sign means?

A. General information sign for a bus station.


B. General information sign for a RV stop.

C. General information sign for a truck stop.


D. General information sign for a mobile home park.
Explanation : General information sign for a bus station.
# 68. This sign means?

A. No hunting allowed.
B. Wildlife reserve area.
C. Deer crossing ahead.
D. State park area.
Explanation : Deer crossing ahead. Slow down, be alert, and ready to stop. Deer have
been known to cross the road in this area.
# 69. This sign means?

A. T-Road intersection ahead.


B. A two-way intersection ahead.
C. A four-way intersection ahead.
D. Side road intersection ahead.
Explanation : A cross road (four-way) intersection is ahead. Be aware of possible turning
or entering traffic.
# 70. This warning sign means?

A. This road or street terminates ahead.


B. Do not enter, wrong way.
C. Two-way traffic ends ahead.
D. Wrong way, turn around.
Explanation : The DEAD END (W14-1) sign may be used at the entrance of a single road
or street that terminates in a dead end or cul-de-sac.
# 71. This sign means?

A. Advance warning of a low speed sharp left curve.


B. Road curves right, then turns left.
C. Advance warning of a winding road.
D. Advance warning of a right curve.
Explanation : The road will curve sharply to the left. You need to reduce your speed and
be alert.
# 72. This sign is a warning that you are approaching

A. An intersection.
B. A crosswalk.
C. A railroad crossing.
D. A blasting zone.
# 73. This sign means

A. Divided highway ahead.


B. One-way traffic ahead.
C. Four-lane highway ahead.
D. Divided highway ends.
# 74. This sign means

A. Continue at your current speed.


B. You must stop ahead.
C. Speeding is not allowed.
D. There is a traffic signal ahead.
# 75. This sign means?

A. Warning of divided highway ends ahead.


B. Warning of divided highway begins ahead.
C. Two way traffic advance warning.
D. Winding road advance warning.
Explanation : A Divided Highway (W6-1) symbol sign should be used on the approaches
to a section of highway (not an intersection or junction) where the opposing flows of
traffic are separated by a median or other physical barrier. Keep to the right.
# 76. This warning sign means?

A. Divided highway begins.


B. Two-way traffic ahead.

C. One-way traffic ahead.


D. Divided highway ends.
Explanation : Advance warning that two-way traffic is ahead.
# 77. This sign means?

A. Ski resort ahead.


B. School crossing ahead.
C. Pedestrian crossing ahead.
D. School zone ahead.
Explanation : Pedestrian crossing ahead. Slow down and be ready to stop.
# 78. This warning sign means?

A. Right lane stays to the right, left lane stays to the left.
B. Keep to the right, merging traffic ahead.
C. Keep to the left, merging traffic ahead.
D. Traffic is permitted to pass on either side of an island or obstruction.
Explanation : The Double Arrow (W12-1) sign may be used to advise road users that
traffic is permitted to pass on either side of an island, obstruction, or gore in the
roadway. Traffic separated by this sign may either rejoin or change directions.
# 79. Two sets of solid, double, yellow lines that are two or more feet apart:
A. May be crossed to enter or exit a private driveway.
B. May not be crossed for any reason.
C. Should be treated as a separate traffic lane.

# 80. This sign means

A. Trucks under 18,000 lbs. allowed.


B. Hill ahead.
C. Truck stop ahead.
D. No trucks allowed.
# 81. This sign is used to prevent

A. Entrance to full parking lots.


B. Entrance to road construction areas.
C. Entrance to dead-end streets.
D. Wrong-way entrance on one-way streets and expressway ramps.
# 82. This sign means?

A. Two way traffic warning.


B. Warning for 2 lane highway.
C. Left lane ends ahead.
D. Right lane ends ahead.
Explanation : Right lane ends ahead. Drivers in the right lane must merge into the left
lane when safe to do so.

# 83. This sign means

A. Pedestrians only.
B. Intersection ahead.
C. Hiking trails ahead.
D. School crossing ahead.
# 84. This sign means?

A. Merging traffic from the right.


B. Winding road, use caution.
C. Slippery when wet, use caution.
D. Sharp left curve then right curve, use caution.
Explanation : The Slippery When Wet (W8-5) sign is used to warn that a slippery
condition might exist. Use extreme caution and slow down when the road is wet or icy.
Do not change directions suddenly.
# 85. This road sign means:

A. Church.
B. First aid station.
C. Four-way intersection.
D. Railroad crossing.
# 1. Teenagers should try to get at least ___ of sleep each night to avoid the
risk of drowsy driving crashes.

A. 7 hours
B. 6 hours
C. 8 hours
D. 9 hours
# 2. When driving on a one way street and an emergency vehicle with flashing
lights is behind your car, you:
A. Drive with your flashers on
B. Drive toward the nearest road side and stop
C. Speed up and take the nearest exit
D. Slow down until the vehicle passes you
# 3. The effect that lack of sleep has on your safe driving ability is the same
as:
A. The effect that alcohol has
B. The effect that amphetamines have
C. The effect that anger has
D. The effect that driving with teenagers has
# 4. If someone is driving aggressively behind you, you should:
A. Try to get out of the aggressive driver`s way
B. Stare at the driver as he or she is passing you
C. Speed up as he or she is passing you
D. Block the passing lane
# 5. For an average person, how many minutes does the body need to process
the alcohol in one drink?
A. 15
B. 60
C. 90
D. 30
# 6. ______ limit(s) your concentration, perception, judgment, and memory.

A. Only a blood alcohol level greater than the legal limit


B. Alcohol does not
C. Even the smallest amount of alcohol
D. Only a blood alcohol level greater than .05
# 7. What does a slow moving vehicle emblem look like
A. A square red sign.
B. A round green sign.
C. A diamond-shaped yellow sign.
D. A triangular orange sign.
Explanation : The "slow moving vehicle" emblem, a fluorescent or reflective orange
triangle, must be displayed on the rear of vehicles drawn by animals, and most farm
vehicles and construction equipment. Use caution when approaching or passing slow
moving vehicle.
# 8. If you begin to feel tired while driving, the best thing to do is:
A. Get some coffee
B. Open your window
C. Stop driving
D. Turn on the radio
# 9. If another driver cuts you off in traffic, you should:
A. Pull next to the driver and yell at him or her
B. Ignore the other driver
C. Flash your high beams at the driver
D. Get back at the other driver by cutting him or her off
# 10. A bicyclist differs from a motorist in that he is not required to
A. Obey the same traffic laws.
B. Signal all turns.
C. Report accidents resulting in serious injury.
D. Insure the bicycle.

Explanation : Bicyclists/in-line skaters must Ride in a bicycle lane, if a usable one is


available. Signal turn, lane change and stop using hand signals. Any bicycle crash that
results in death or serious injury must be reported to DMV within 10 days of the
incident.
# 11. There is no crosswalk and you see a pedestrian crossing your lane
ahead. You should:
A. Make eye contact and then pass him/her.
B. Slow down as you pass him/her.
C. Stop and let him/her finish crossing the street.
# 12. When a school bus stops to load or unload children, vehicles traveling in
the same direction as the bus must:
A. Slow down and proceed with caution.
B. Maintain speed.
C. Stop, then proceed with caution.
D. Stop until all persons are clear and the bus moves again.
# 13. A school bus ahead of you in your lane is stopped with red lights
flashing. You should:
A. Stop, then proceed when you think all of the children have exited the bus.
B. Slow to 25 MPH and pass cautiously.
C. Stop as long as the red lights are flashing.
# 14. A pedestrian is crossing your lane but there is no marked crosswalk. You
should:
A. Make sure the pedestrian sees you, but continue driving.
B. Carefully drive around the pedestrian.
C. Stop and let the pedestrian cross the street.
# 15. A large truck is ahead of you and is turning right onto a street with two
lanes in each direction. The truck:
A. May complete its turn in either of the two lanes.

B. May have to swing wide to complete the right turn.


C. Must stay in the right lane at all times while turning.
# 16. After an emergency vehicle passes you with its siren on, you must:
A. Drive closely to the police car
B. Drive as fast as the police car
C. Avoid driving closer than 500 feet behind the emergency vehicle
D. Drive near the curb very slowly
# 17. On a road which has no sidewalks a pedestrian should walk on the
A. Side of the road which has the lightest traffic.
B. Same side of the road in which traffic is moving.
C. Side of the road facing oncoming traffic.
D. Side of the road which has the heaviest traffic.
Explanation : pedestrians must Obey traffic and pedestrian signals and traffic officers.
Use sidewalks when available, or walk facing traffic, as far to the left as possible. Never
stand in the road to hitchhike or conduct business with passing motorists.
# 18. A blind person legally has the right-of-way when crossing the street
when he is
A. Wearing light-colored clothing.
B. Led by a guide dog, or using a white or metallic cane.
C. Helped by another person.
D. Wearing dark-colored glasses.
Explanation : There is a special right-of-way law for blind pedestrians crossing the road
with a guide dog or a white or metallic cane. You must always give them the right-ofway, even if the traffic signals or other right-of-way rules are not in their favor.
# 19. If your blood alcohol level is .04, you:
A. Are 2-7 times more likely to have a crash than a person who has not
consumed any

B. Are above the legal blood alcohol limit but fine to drive
C. Can be very sure that you will drive safely
D. Should drink plenty of coffee before getting behind the wheel of your car
# 20. When driving through a work zone, it is a good safety practice to:
A. Drive close to the vehicle in front of you to keep traffic flowing freely
B. Shorten your usual following distance - by about half
C. Turn on your cruise control
D. Lengthen your usual following distance - by double
# 21. If your car breaks down on a highway, you should:
A. Sit in your car and wait for help
B. Use your four-way flashers to warn other drivers
C. Sound your horn at passing motorists
D. Flash your headlights at oncoming traffic
# 22. A motorist should know that a bicyclist operating on a roadway must
A. Ride on the right side of the road.
B. Ride on the side of the road facing traffic.
C. Ride on either side of the road.
D. Ride on the side of the road with the least traffic.
Explanation : Bicyclists must ride in a bicycle lane, where there is none, the bicyclist
must ride near the right curb or edge of the road, or on a usable right shoulder of the
road, to avoid undue interference with other traffic.
# 23. When you see an emergency vehicle with flashing lights, you must:
A. Slow down and keep moving in your lane
B. Keep driving in your lane
C. Pull to the curb and stop
D. Stop exactly where you are
# 24. When you hear a fire engine siren, you must:
A. Slow down until it passes you

B. Drive with your flashers on


C. Pull over to the side of the road and stop
D. Speed up and take the nearest exit
# 25. Taking drugs along with alcohol:
A. Increases the risk of causing a crash
B. Is no more dangerous than alcohol by itself
C. Lessens the effect of alcohol on your ability to drive
D. Has no effect on your general driving ability
# 26. At intersections, crosswalks, and railroad crossings, you should always:
A. Stop, listen, and proceed cautiously.
B. Look to the sides of your vehicle to see what is coming.
C. Slowly pass vehicles that seem to be stopped for no reason.
# 27. As alcohol builds up in your blood, it:
A. Slows down your reactions
B. Makes you feel less confident
C. Begins to metabolize itself more quickly
D. Decreases your driving errors
# 28. Dim your headlights for oncoming vehicles or when you are within 300
feet of a vehicle:
A. You are approaching from behind.
B. Approaching you from behind.
C. You have already passed.
# 29. You want to back out of your driveway. You see children playing nearby.
Before you start to move your car you should
A. Race your motor to warn the children that you are moving.
B. Sound your horn so the children will hear you.
C. Walk to the back of the car to be sure the way is clear.
D. Tell the children to stay away from the driveway.

Explanation : When backing your vehicle, remember to look through your rear window
for pedestrians. Do not rely only on rearview mirrors. Before backing into, or out of, a
driveway when children are near, get out of the vehicle and check behind it.
# 30. If you drive faster than other vehicles on a road with one lane in each
direction and continually pass the other cars, you will:
A. Get you to your destination much faster and safer.
B. Increase your chances of an accident.
C. Help prevent traffic congestion.
# 31. You are driving on the freeway. The vehicle in front of you is a large
truck. You should drive:
A. Closely behind the truck in bad weather because the driver can see farther ahead.
B. Farther behind the truck than you would for a passenger vehicle.
C. No more than one car length behind the truck so the driver can see you.
# 32. When can you drive in a bike lane?
A. During rush hour traffic if there are no bicyclists in the bike lane.
B. When you are within 200 feet of a cross street where you plan to turn right.
C. When you want to pass a driver ahead of you who is turning right.
# 33. If you have a tire blowout, you should:
A. Allow the steering wheel to move freely
B. Let the car slow to a stop
C. Continue driving until you reach a garage
D. Brake hard to stop the car immediately
# 34. Motorists should be aware that all bicycles used after dark must have
A. Reflective handlebar grips.
B. Front headlight and red taillight.
C. White reflectors on the front and rear fenders.
D. Brake lights.

Explanation : A bicycle used at night must have a headlight visible from at least 500
feet (150 m) ahead and a red taillight visible from at least 300 feet (90 m) behind. One
of these lights must also be visible from at least 200 feet (60 m) away on each side.
# 35. The extra space in front of a large truck is needed for:
A. Other drivers when merging onto a freeway.
B. The truck driver to stop the vehicle.
C. Other drivers when they want to slow down.
# 36. Crashes in work zones are most commonly the result of:
A. Tire blow-outs
B. Hydroplaning because of water sprayed on the roadway
C. Loss of steering control after driving over wet paint
D. Carelessness and speeding
# 37. What is the intention of the driver, when he extends his left arm straight
out as shown?

A. Turning left
B. Stopping
C. Slowing
D. Turning right
# 38. A motorist approaching a bicyclist should
A. Speed up to pass him.
B. Proceed as usual.
C. Swerve into the opposite lane.
D. Exercise extreme caution.
Explanation : When driving, approach bicyclists, in-line skaters, and non-motorized
scooters with extreme caution. Give them room and slow down as you pass them. Air
pressure from a quickly passing vehicle can throw them off balance.

# 39. If another car is in danger of hitting you, you should:


A. Sound your horn
B. Wave your arms
C. Use your emergency lights
D. Flash your headlights
# 1. Hydroplaning can be helped by driving:
A. Through shallow water
B. Faster
C. Slower
D. Through deep water
# 2. When driving at night on a dimly lit street, you should:
A. Drive slowly enough so you can stop within the area lighted by your
headlights.
B. Turn on your high beam headlights to better see the vehicles ahead of you.
C. Keep the instrument panel lights bright to be more visible to other drivers.
# 3. You are getting on a highway which has a very short entrance lane. The
safest way for you to enter the flow of traffic would be to
A. Use as much ramp as possible to get up to cruising speed.
B. Use the left lane of the highway to get up to cruising speed.
C. Wait for a large gap in traffic then speed up quickly.
D. Get up to cruising speed gradually so other cars will see you.
Explanation : If the entrance lane is too short to allow acceleration to expressway
speed, the safest way to enter is to stop and wait for a large gap in traffic. Then enter
the expressway and accelerate quickly.
# 4. Roads become very slippery:
A. When it has been raining for an hour or more
B. The day after it rains

C. For the first 10 to 15 minutes of a rain storm


D. Right after the rain has stopped
# 5. Roads freeze more quickly when they are:
A. Flat
B. Curvy
C. In the sun
D. Shaded
# 6. When you drive in heavy fog during daylight hours you should drive with
your
A. Headlights off.
B. Parking lights on.
C. Headlights on low beam.
D. Headlights on high beam.
Explanation : High headlight beams reflect off rain, fog and falling snow. This makes it
even harder for you to see where you are going. For better visibility during these
weather conditions, keep your vehicle`s headlights on low beam.
# 7. When driving at night, it is most important for you to
A. Use your high beams at all times.
B. Drive within the range of your headlights.
C. Be ready to brake more quickly.
D. Watch for cars at intersections.
Explanation : Your headlights cover about 350 feet ahead. It is important that you drive
at a speed that allows you to react and stop safely within that distance. This is called
"driving within the range" of your headlights.
# 8. Which of the following statements applies to all driving emergency
situations
A. Always slow down gradually.

B. Your first reaction is the best reaction.


C. Think before you act.
D. Apply your brakes immediately.
Explanation : The single most important rule in any emergency is do not panic. You
have a better chance of handling the emergency safely if you do not let fear take over.
In most emergencies, you will have a second or two to think before you act.
# 9. When you are in a line of traffic that is crossing a railroad track that has
no signals or gates:
A. You have the right of way and do not need to check for trains
B. You may pass slower drivers crossing the track
C. You need to make sure there is space to get all the way across the tracks
without stopping, before you start to cross
D. All of the above
# 10. When you drive at night you can reduce the problem of glare from the
headlights of an approaching car by
A. Looking to the lower right side of your lane.
B. Having the inside lights on to make the amount of light equal.
C. Looking at the spot on the lower edge of the steering wheel.
D. Wearing glasses with lightly tinted lenses.
Explanation : 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.
# 11. You have just left an expressway and are starting to drive on an
ordinary highway. You should
A. Check your tires for correct pressure.
B. Check your speedometer to keep at the lower speed limit.
C. Stay twice as far behind other cars.
D. Change gradually to the lower speed limit.

Explanation : After you leave an expressway, look for speed limit signs and check your
speedometer to be sure you`re driving within the posted limit. You are probably no
longer on a 55 mph (88 km/h) road.
# 12. When your right wheels run onto a soft shoulder what is the best way to
get back on the highway
A. Apply the brakes firmly and steer gently to the left.
B. Ease your foot off the gas and brake gently.
C. Steer hard to the left and then gently to the right.
D. Apply the brakes firmly and stop completely.
Explanation : If your wheels drift off the pavement onto the road shoulder, do not yank
the steering wheel back. Ease your foot off the gas pedal, and brake gently. When it has
slowed down, check for traffic behind you, then steer gently back onto the pavement.
# 13. Roads are slippery after it first starts to rain. When the road is slippery
you should:
A. Avoid making fast turns and fast stops.
B. Test your tires traction while going uphill.
C. Decrease the distance you look ahead of your vehicle.
# 14. Hydroplaning is usually caused by:
A. Excessive stops
B. Sudden stops
C. Sudden turns
D. Excessive speed
# 15. Expressways have expressway entrance lanes (acceleration lanes) so
that drivers can
A. Test their brakes before driving at expressway speeds.
B. Stop at the end to wait for a traffic opening.
C. Reach the proper speed before blending with traffic.
D. Test the pickup of their cars.

Explanation : Unless there is a STOP or YIELD sign or traffic light on the entrance ramp,
use the ramp to accelerate to expressway speed and blend with traffic. Signal, then
look over your shoulder for approaching traffic already on the expressway.
# 16. When approaching a stopped school bus with its red lights flashing and
its stop arm extended, you must:
A. Stop 5 feet away from the bus
B. Stop only if you see children are present
C. Stop and remain stopped until it appears safe to proceed
D. Stop and remain stopped until the red lights stop flashing and the stop arm
has been withdrawn
# 17. When driving in fog, you should use your ______.
A. Low beam headlights
B. High beam headlights
C. Parking lights
D. Hazard flashers
# 18. If a tire blows out, the proper thing to do is
A. Speed up to gain traction and then pull to the right.
B. Hold the steering wheel firmly, and ease up on the gas.
C. Apply the brakes, then shift into neutral.
D. Shift into neutral, then apply the brakes.
Explanation : If a tire blows out, hold the steering wheel firmly, and ease your foot off
the gas pedal. If your vehicle skids, handle it as you would on ice or snow. Do not use
your brake until your vehicle is under control.
# 19. When driving in fog, you should use your:
A. Fog lights only.
B. High beams.
C. Low beams.

# 20. If you are driving on an icy or slippery road and have to stop:
A. Apply brakes gently.
B. Apply brakes in a normal manner.
C. Keep foot off brake and let compression stop you.
D. Press brakes firmly.
# 21. Animals may be transported in the back of a pickup truck only if:
A. The sides of the truck bed are at least 18 inches high
B. They are properly secured
C. The tailgate of the truck is closed
D. All of the above
Explanation : Do not transport animals in the back of a pickup or other truck unless the
animal is properly secured.
# 22. Distracted drivers are at a greater risk of a crash when they are using
which of the following:
A. CD player
B. Radio
C. Cell phone
D. All of the above
# 23. If you drive past your exit on an expressway, you should
A. Pull onto the shoulder, then back up to the exit.
B. Drive to the next exit and leave the expressway.
C. Make a u-turn at the nearest emergency turn area.
D. Make a u-turn at the next service area.
Explanation : If you miss an exit, never back up to get back on the expressway. Get off
at the next exit, and look for signs that tell you how to get back on the expressway
going the other way.

# 24. Always stop before you cross railroad tracks when:


A. You do not have room on the other side to completely cross the tracks.
B. The railroad crossing is located in a city or town that has frequent train traffic.
C. You transport two or more young children in a passenger vehicle.
# 25. Compared to driving during the day, driving at night is:
A. Less dangerous
B. No more of less dangerous
C. More dangerous
D. Easier on your eyes
# 26. Your car starts to skid on a slippery road. You should
A. Brake quickly and keep the wheel straight.
B. Lock your brakes until you come to a full stop.
C. Steer in the direction you want the front wheels to go.
D. Steer toward the side of the road to get off the wet pavement.
Explanation : Turn the steering wheel in the direction you want the front wheels to go. If
your rear wheels are sliding left, steer left. If they`re sliding right, steer right.
# 27. Anything that requires you to _______ could cause you to crash.
A. Take your eyes off the road
B. Take your hands off the wheel
C. Take your attention away from the driving task
D. All of the above
# 28. Why is driving on an expressway different from driving on an ordinary
street
A. You must think faster and handle your vehicle more effectively.
B. Trucks have to go slower on the expressways.
C. There is more of a tendency to exceed the speed limit.
D. There is more of a tendency to tailgate.

Explanation : Expressway driving usually combines high speeds with heavy traffic, and
you must be alert. The higher speed and traffic volume require you to think faster and
handle your vehicle more efficiently than in most other driving situations.
# 29. When attempting to stop on a slippery road, the best action to take is to

A. Apply the brakes quickly and firmly.


B. Apply the brakes in slow, steady strokes.
C. Shift to a lower gear, do not use the brakes.
D. Shift into neutral, do not use the brakes.
Explanation : To avoid skids on snow and ice, brake early, carefully and gently.
`Squeeze` your brakes in slow, steady strokes. Allow the wheels to keep rolling. If they
begin to lock up, ease off the brake pedal.
# 30. When you get ready to leave an expressway, you should begin to use
your turn signal
A. Just as you get to the exit ramp.
B. 50 feet before the exit ramp.
C. 100 feet before the exit ramp.
D. When you see cars behind you in the exit lane.
Explanation : To avoid a last-minute lane change, check destination and exit signs, and
get into the proper lane for your exit well ahead of time. Be sure to signal your exit at
least 100 feet (30 m) before you reach the exit ramp.
# 31. It is a very windy day. You are driving and a dust storm blows across the
freeway reducing your visibility. You should drive slower and turn on your:
A. Interior lights
B. Parking lights
C. Headlights.

# 32. Roadways are the most slippery:


A. During a heavy downpour.
B. After it has been raining for awhile.
C. The first rain after a dry spell.
# 33. If your brake pedal suddenly sinks to the floor, you should first
A. Try to pump it to build up the pressure.
B. Shift into neutral and shut the engine off.
C. Try to raise it by hooking your toe under it.
D. Apply the parking brake hard to stop the car.
Explanation : If your brake pedal suddenly sinks to the floor, try pumping it to build up
pressure. If that does not help, use your emergency or parking brake - but use it gently.
Shifting to a lower gear will also help your vehicle slow down.
# 34. When you drive through a construction zone, you should:
A. Slow down to watch the workers.
B. Decrease your following distance.
C. Pass the construction zone carefully and not rubberneck.
# 35. When driving at night, be sure that you can stop:
A. Within 5-10 seconds.
B. Within the distance you can see ahead.
C. Within the distance lighted by your parking lights.
Explanation : 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.
# 36. Night driving is dangerous because
A. Some traffic signs are less visible at night.
B. More vehicles are on the road at night.

C. The distance we can see ahead is reduced.


D. Street lights tend to blur our vision.
Explanation : Night driving is more dangerous because the distance you can see ahead
or to the side is reduced. You should drive slower than you would in daylight, especially
in unfamiliar areas or on narrow, winding roads.
# 1. If your windshield wipers stop suddenly during rain or snow you should:
A. Slow down
B. Roll down the driver's side window and put your head out so you can see ahead
C. Brake and pull off the road
D. All of the above
# 2. As you drive, you are required to stop your vehicle:
A. At an intersection with a stop sign
B. Where there is a red light
C. When a traffic officer orders you to stop
D. All of the above
# 3. You need not stop your vehicle for a frozen dessert truck when:
A. It shows flashing red lights
B. It shows a stop signal arm
C. A person is crossing the roadway to the frozen dessert truck
D. You are on the other side of a safety island on a dual highway
# 4. What are some telltale signs of a drunk driver?
A. Weaving between lanes
B. Driving slower than the normal traffic flow
C. Quick and sudden stops
D. All of the above
# 5. MVC may terminate your road test before it starts because of:
A. An unsafe vehicle
B. A center console or other equipment in your vehicle that obstructs the examiner's

access to the brake pedal


C. Missing seat belts
D. All of the above
# 6. As you drive, you must turn your headlights on:
A. When it is a bad weather and visibility is poor.
B. One-half hour after sunset
C. One-half hour before sunrise
D. All of the above
# 7. When driving in bad weather, drivers should:
A. Increase speed to reach final destination more quickly
B. Decrease the two-second rule
C. Increase the two-second rule
D. None of the above
# 8. The Implied Consent Law is:
A. Permission for someone to drive your vehicle
B. All passengers must wear their seat belts
C. You agree to a breath test when under arrest and suspected of drinking
and driving
D. None of the above
# 9. A 5-ounce glass of wine contains the same amount of alcohol as:
A. One pint of whiskey
B. A gallon of wine
C. A 6-pack of beer
D. One 12-ounce can of beer
# 10. If a collision is possible, you should:
A. Choose to hit something that will give way rather than something that's rigid
B. Choose to hit something that's standing still rather than something moving toward
you

C. If you have to hit anything, try to make it a glancing blow or a sideswipe


D. All of the above
# 11. You must yield for emergency vehicles:
A. Never
B. When you see a flashing red or blue light or hear a siren
C. Only when other vehicles yield
D. None of the above
# 12. You can practice drive with a valid special learner`s permit:
A. Between 12:01 a.m. and 5 a.m.
B. Between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m.
C. Between 5 a.m. and 11 p.m.
D. Anytime
# 13. Vehicle stopping distances never depend on:
A. Your own reaction time
B. The time of day
C. Condition of your vehicle's brakes
D. Condition and type of vehicle tires
# 14. It is important to slow down:
A. On narrow or winding roads
B. At intersections or railroad crossings
C. When the road is wet or slippery
D. All of the above
# 15. You may drive on public or private property to avoid a traffic sign or
signal:
A. Only if the driver stops the vehicle before crossing the sidewalk
B. Only with permission of the property owner
C. Anytime
D. When directed to do so by a police officer

# 16. When driving on major highways:


A. Stay alert
B. Keep your eyes moving
C. Be ready to react to road hazards
D. All of the above
# 17. If you are driving behind a school bus and it shows a flashing red light
signaling a stop, you must:
A. Stop at least 25 feet away
B. Slow down to 10 mph
C. Speed up and pass
D. Stop directly behind the bus
# 1. With a Class C drivers license a person may drive:
A. A 3-axle vehicle if the Gross Vehicle Weight is less than 6,000 pounds.
B. Any 3-axle vehicle regardless of the weight.
C. A vehicle pulling two trailers.
# 2. If a traffic signal light is not working, you must:
A. Stop, then proceed when safe.
B. Stop before entering the intersection and let all other traffic go first.
C. Slow down or stop, only if necessary.
# 3. Which of the following is used on some highways to direct drivers into
the proper lanes for turning
A. Flashing red lights.
B. Flashing yellow lights.
C. White lines on the side of the road.
D. White arrows in the middle of the lanes.
Explanation : Arrows: Arrows show which lanes you must use. for example, you may
turn right only from the right lane. If you are going straight, you must use the left lane.

You should be in the proper lane before reaching the solid line which separates the
lanes.
# 4. A red and white triangular sign at an intersection means
A. Slow down if an emergency vehicle is approaching.
B. Look both ways as you cross the intersection.
C. Always come to a full stop at the intersection.
D. Slow down and be prepared to stop if necessary.
Explanation : YIELD Sign - Slow down as you approach the intersection. Prepare to stop
and yield the right-of-way to vehicles and pedestrians in or approaching the
intersection. You must come to a full stop at a YIELD sign if traffic conditions require it.
# 5. At highway speeds, on a dry road, a safe following distance is at least:
A. 3 seconds of following distance from the car ahead of you
B. 2 seconds of following distance from the car ahead of you
C. 4 seconds of following distance from the car ahead of you
D. 2 car lengths of following distance from the car ahead of you
# 6. To prepare for anything coming up in the road ahead, you should:
A. Continually scan the entire road and roadsides
B. Stare straight ahead at all times
C. Drive with your left foot resting lightly on the brake pedal
D. Maintain focus toward the middle of the road
# 7. You should honk your horn when you:
A. Are travelling through an intersection
B. Are passing a bicyclist
C. See a child who is about to run into the street
D. Are parallel parking
# 8. You must obey instructions from school crossing guards:
A. At all times.

B. Only during school hours.


C. Unless you do not see any children present.
# 9. The amount of space you need to cross traffic depends on the:
A. Road and weather conditions and oncoming traffic
B. Presence of a stop sign
C. Use of your turn signals
D. Cars behind you
# 10. You just sold your vehicle. You must notify the DMV within ____ days.
A. 5
B. 10
C. 15
# 11. You are driving on a one-way street. You may turn left onto another oneway street only if:
A. A sign permits the turn.
B. Traffic on the street moves to the right.
C. Traffic on the street moves to the left.
# 12. Before passing another vehicle, you should signal:
A. Just before changing lanes
B. At any time
C. After changing lanes
D. Early enough so others know your plans
# 13. Your brake lights tell other drivers that you:
A. Are making a turn
B. Have your emergency brake on
C. Are changing lanes
D. Are slowing down or stopping
# 14. A solid white line on the right edge of the highway slants in towards
your left. That shows that

A. There is an intersection just ahead.


B. You are approaching a construction area.
C. You will be required to turn left just ahead.
D. The road will get narrower.
Explanation : Solid lines along the side of the road tell you where its edge is - where the
travel lane ends and the road`s shoulder begins. It is illegal to drive across the edge
line, except when directed to do so by a police officer or other authorized official.
# 15. You are approaching a railroad crossing with no warning devices and are
unable to see 400 feet down the tracks in one direction. The speed limit is:
A. 15 mph
B. 20 mph
C. 25 mph
# 16. If an approaching train is near enough or going fast enough to be a
danger, you must
A. Slow down and proceed with caution.
B. Not cross the tracks until the train has completely passed.
C. Cross the tracks at your own risk.
D. Find an alternative route across tracks.
Explanation : Look and listen for trains before crossing any railroad tracks. If an
approaching train is near enough or going fast enough to be a danger, you may not
cross the tracks, even if there are no signals or the signals are not working.
# 17. You are driving on a freeway posted for 65 MPH. The traffic is traveling
at 70 MPH. You may legally drive:
A. 70 mph or faster to keep up with the speed of traffic.
B. Between 65 mph and 70 mph.
C. No faster than 65 mph.
# 18. Your ability to stop is affected by:

A. Signal lights
B. Other cars on the road
C. The time of day
D. The condition of the road
# 19. Which of the following is true about the speed at which you travel?
A. The safe speed to drive depends on many conditions
B. Driving slowly is always safer
C. The speed limit is always a safe speed
D. Accelerating is always dangerous
# 20. When driving on wet roads, you should:
A. Drive the speed limit
B. Drive slightly faster than the speed limit
C. Drive 5 to 10 miles below the speed limit
D. Stay close to the vehicle ahead
# 21. Which of these vehicles must always stop before crossing railroad
tracks?
A. Tank trucks marked with hazardous materials placards.
B. Motor homes or pickup trucks towing a boat trailer.
C. Any vehicle with 3 or more axles or weighing more than 4,000 pounds.
# 22. What is the appropriate action to take when approaching a railroad
crossing that does not have signals (such as lights or crossing gates)
A. Always bring the car to a complete stop.
B. Slow down and be prepared to stop.
C. Do nothing; all railroad crossings have signals.
D. Increase speed to get across the tracks quickly.
Explanation : If there is a railroad crossing ahead. Use caution, and be prepared to stop.
If you are following a bus or truck toward a railroad crossing, be careful. Most buses and
some trucks must stop at railroad crossings.

# 23. You may cross a double solid yellow line


A. To pass a slow moving truck.
B. To turn into a driveway.
C. To pass a car if traffic permits.
D. Under no conditions.
Explanation : Double solid lines: You may not pass, or change lanes. You may not cross
the lines except when turning left to enter or leave the highway (e.g., to or from a
driveway or to perform a U-turn
# 24. Should you always drive slower than other traffic?
A. No, you can block traffic when you drive too slowly.
B. Yes, it is a good defensive driving technique.
C. Yes, it is always safer than driving faster than other traffic.
# 25. If the rear of your vehicle starts to skid left, you should:
A. Steer left
B. Hit your brakes
C. Accelerate
D. Steer right
# 26. When you park on the roadway, you should:
A. Use your four-way flashers
B. Park at an angle
C. Keep your turn signal on
D. Turn your lights on
# 27. You are driving on a freeway posted for 65 mph. Most of the other
vehicles are driving 70 mph or faster. You may legally drive:
A. 70 mph or faster to keep up with the speed of traffic.
B. Between 65 mph and 70 mph.
C. No faster than 65 mph.

# 28. The driver is:

A. Turning left
B. Slowing
C. Stopping
D. Turning right
# 29. You see a flashing yellow traffic signal at an upcoming intersection. The
flashing yellow light means:
A. Stop before entering the intersection as long as you can do so safely.
B. Stop. Yield to all cross traffic before crossing the intersection.
C. Slow down and cross the intersection carefully.
# 30. A diamond-shaped sign is a
A. Road hazard sign.
B. Interstate route sign.
C. School crossing sign.
D. Speed limit sign.
Explanation : warning sign - You are approaching an especially hazardous location or a
place where there is a special rule. Sometimes a warning sign is combined with a
rectangular yellow and black "recommended speed" sign.
# 31. If you need to slow down or stop when other drivers may not expect it,
you should:
A. Quickly tap your brake pedal a few times
B. Use your emergency brake
C. Look over your shoulder for traffic in your blind spot
D. Get ready to blow your horn
# 32. When driving on wet roads, you should:

A. Increase following distance to 5 or 6 seconds


B. Decrease following distance to 2 seconds
C. Not be concerned about following distance
D. Maintain the 4-second following distance rule
# 33. You must notify the DMV within 5 days if you:
A. Sell or transfer your vehicle.
B. Fail a smog test for your vehicle.
C. Get a new prescription for lenses or contacts.
# 34. As you near an intersection, the traffic light changes from green to
yellow. Your best action would be to
A. Speed up to beat the red light.
B. Apply the brakes sharply to stop.
C. Be prepared to stop in the center of the intersection.
D. Be prepared to stop before the intersection.
Explanation : STEADY YELLOW: The light is changing from green to red. Be ready to stop
for the red light.
# 35. All of the following practices are dangerous to do while driving. Which
of these is also illegal?
A. Listening to music through headphones that cover both ears
B. Adjusting your outside mirrors.
C. Transporting an unrestrained animal inside the vehicle.
# 36. You have been involved in a minor traffic collision with a parked vehicle
and you can`t find the owner. You must:
A. Leave a note on the vehicle.
B. Report the accident without delay to the city police or, in unincorporated areas, to
the CHP.
C. Both of the above.
# 37. You may honk your horn when you:

A. Have to stop quickly


B. Are passing another car
C. Have lost control of your car
D. Are passing a bicyclist
# 38. A rectangular-shaped sign is
A. School crossing sign.
B. Railroad crossing sign.
C. Stop sign.
D. Speed limit sign.
Explanation : regulation signs - These signs give information about rules for traffic
direction, lane use, turning, speed, parking, and other special requirements.
# 39. What does this road sign mean

A. Slow down and prepare to stop only if cars are approaching you.
B. Come to a full stop, then go when it is safe to do so.
C. Proceed carefully through the intersection, not always stopping.
D. Stop only for traffic on an intersecting road.
Explanation : STOP Sign - COLOR: Red, with white letters. MEANING: Come to a full stop,
yield the right-of-way to vehicles and pedestrians in or approaching the intersection.
# 40. When faced with one oncoming car to the left and a bicyclist to the
right, you should:
A. Pull onto the shoulder
B. Split the difference
C. Let the car pass and then pass the bike
D. Pass the bike quickly

# 41. Which of the following must you obey over the other three
A. A steady red light.
B. A policeman.
C. A stop sign.
D. A flashing red light.
Explanation : Directions given by traffic officers take precedence over signs, signals or
pavement markings. If a traffic officer signals you to stop at a green light, for example,
you must stop.
# 42. If an oncoming driver is heading toward you in your lane, you should:
A. Steer right, blow your horn, and accelerate
B. Steer left, blow your horn, and brake
C. Steer right, blow your horn, and brake
D. Stay in the center of your lane, blow your horn, and brake
# 43. Before changing lanes on a multi-lane highway you should:
A. Sound your horn
B. Turn on your headlights
C. Reduce your speed
D. Check your mirrors and blind spots
# 44. Before turning, you should:
A. Use your signal
B. Turn the wheel
C. Increase your speed
D. Change lanes
# 45. This sign is a warning that you are approaching

A. An intersection.

B. A crosswalk.
C. A railroad crossing.
D. A blasting zone.
Explanation : RAILROAD CROSSING WARNING Sign - COLOR: Yellow with black letters
"RR" and "X" symbol. MEANING: There is a railroad crossing ahead. Use caution, and be
prepared to stop.
# 46. If a vehicle using high beams comes toward you, you should:
A. Turn on your high beams
B. Turn off your headlights
C. Sound your horn
D. Flash your high beams
# 47. You may cross a single solid white line in the highway
A. Whenever you want to.
B. If traffic conditions require.
C. Only to turn into a driveway.
D. Only to make a u-turn.
Explanation : Single solid line: You may pass other vehicles or change lanes, but you
should do so only if obstructions in the road make it necessary or traffic conditions
require it.
# 48. When the road is marked with a solid yellow line and a broken yellow
line on your side you may pass
A. Only in an emergency.
B. If you are on an expressway.
C. If traffic is clear.
D. Only at an intersection.

Explanation : Solid line with broken line: If you are on the side with the solid line, you
may not pass other vehicles or cross the line except to make a left turn into a driveway.
If you are on the side with the broken line, you may pass if it is safe to do so.
# 49. When traveling below 40 miles per hour on a limited access highway,
you should:
A. Drive on the shoulder
B. Use your high beams
C. Sound your horn to warn others
D. Use your four-way flashers
# 50. Your blind spot is the area of the road:
A. You cannot see without moving your head
B. Directly behind your vehicle
C. You see in your rearview mirror
D. You see in your side mirror
# 51. When you are planning to make a turn, you should activate your turn
signals:
A. Only if there are other drivers following you
B. Just as the front of your car reaches the intersection
C. 3 to 4 seconds before you reach the intersection
D. 2 car lengths before reaching the intersection
# 52. What does a flashing yellow light mean
A. Merging traffic.
B. Proceed with caution.
C. Pedestrian crossing.
D. Come to a full stop.
Explanation : FLASHING YELLOW: Drive with caution.
# 53. You may not cross a single broken white (or yellow) line

A. When to do so would interfere with traffic.


B. When turning left into a driveway.
C. When the car in front is disabled.
D. When passing to the right on a one-way street.
Explanation : Single broken line: You may pass other vehicles or change lanes if you can
do so safely and not interfere with traffic.
# 54. You come to an intersection which has a flashing red light. You should
A. Come to a full stop, then go when safe to do so.
B. Stop only if cars are approaching the intersection.
C. Stop only if cars are already in the intersection.
D. Slow down and be prepared to stop if necessary.
Explanation : FLASHING RED: Means the same as a STOP sign: Stop, yield the right-ofway, and go when it is safe.
# 55. What can you do to avoid the need to make emergency (or panic) stops
while driving in traffic?
A. Honk your horn to make others aware of your presence
B. Look ahead and maintain a safe following distance
C. Drive in the right lane only
D. Drive slower than the flow of traffic
# 56. Unless otherwise posted the speed limit in a residential area is ____.
A. 20 mph
B. 25 mph
C. 30 mph
# 57. When you tailgate other drivers (drive close to their rear bumper):
A. You can frustrate the other drivers and make them angry.
B. Your actions cannot result in a traffic citation.
C. You help reduce traffic congestion.

# 58. You must use your headlights when other vehicles are not visible from
_____ feet away.
A. 1000
B. 1500
C. 1800
D. 1200
# 59. When making a turn, you must _____ your speed.
A. Increase
B. Maintain
C. Vary
D. Reduce
# 60. Before backing up, you should:
A. Rely on your mirrors to see if it is clear to proceed
B. Flash your lights
C. Open your door to see if it is clear to proceed
D. Turn your head and look through the rear window
# 61. When driving on slick roads, you should:
A. Take turns more slowly
B. Change lanes quickly
C. Accelerate quickly
D. Brake hard
# 62. A traffic light which has a green arrow and a red light means that
A. You may only drive straight ahead.
B. You may drive only in the direction of the green arrow.
C. You must wait for a green light.
D. Vehicles moving in any direction must stop.
Explanation : GREEN ARROW: You may go in the direction of the arrow, but you must
yield the right-of-way to other traffic at the intersection as required by law

# 63. An intersection has a stop sign, crosswalk, but no stop line. You must
stop
A. Before the crosswalk.
B. 50 feet before the intersection.
C. Where you think the stop line would be.
D. With your front wheels in the crosswalk.
Explanation : Stop and Crosswalk Lines: At an intersection controlled by a STOP sign,
YIELD sign or traffic light, there may be a white stop line painted across the lane, and/or
two parallel lines painted across the road, forming a crosswalk.
# 64. If traffic prevents you from crossing all the way across a set of railroad
tracks, you may proceed only when
A. An approaching train is not moving fast enough to be a danger.
B. There is room for your vehicle on the other side.
C. At least one-half of your vehicle can cross the tracks.
D. No trains are in sight.
Explanation : You may not cross any railroad tracks unless there is room for your vehicle
on the other side. If other traffic prevents you from crossing all the way, wait, and cross
only when there is room.
# 65. The safest precaution that you can take regarding the use of cellular
phones and driving is:
A. Use hands-free devices so you can keep both hands on the steering wheel.
B. Keep your phone within easy reach so you won't need to take your eyes off the road.
C. Review the number before answering a call.
# 66. To help avoid crashes, you should:
A. Communicate with other drivers on the road
B. Ignore other drivers on the road

C. Drive on side streets and back roads


D. Avoid driving during rush hour
# 67. Before passing another vehicle you should:
A. Flash your headlights to alert the driver
B. Turn on your four-way flashers to warn the driver
C. Give the proper turn signal to show you are changing lanes
D. Sound your horn to get the drivers attention
# 68. Allow a larger space cushion when stopping:
A. On an up-hill
B. At an intersection
C. At a stop sign
D. At a toll plaza
# 69. When driving in traffic, it is safest to:
A. Fluctuate your speed to keep alert
B. Drive faster than the flow of traffic
C. Drive slower than the flow of traffic
D. Drive with the flow of traffic
# 70. If your turn signals fail, you should use _____ to indicate you are turning.
A. Your horn
B. Your headlights
C. Hand signals
D. Your emergency flashers
# 71. Drive below the posted speed limit when:
A. Anything makes conditions less than perfect
B. Others drive below the speed limit
C. Entering a highway where there are other cars
D. You are on a four lane road
# 72. On a green arrow, you must:

A. Yield to any vehicle, bicycle, or pedestrian in the intersection.


B. Yield to pedestrians only in the intersection.
C. Wait four seconds before proceeding.
# 73. Which of the following is true about driving on a wet roadway?
A. As you drive faster, your tires become less effective
B. Water does not affect cars with good tires
C. Deeper water is less dangerous
D. As you decrease your speed, the roadway becomes more slippery
# 74. You may cross a double, yellow line to pass another vehicle, if the
yellow line next to:
A. The other side of the road is a solid line.
B. Your side of the road is a broken line.
C. The other side of the road is a broken line.
# 75. You see a signal person at a road construction site ahead. You should
obey his or her instructions:
A. Only if you see orange cones on the road ahead.
B. Unless they conflict with existing signs, signals, or laws.
C. At all times.
# 76. You may drive around or under a gate that is being lowered or raised at
a railroad crossing
A. As long as an approaching train is not too close.
B. If your vehicle can do so without damaging the gate.
C. If you first look carefully in both directions.
D. Under no circumstances.
Explanation : Flashing red lights, lowered crossing gates and/or a ringing bell at a
railroad crossing mean that you must stop, at least 15 feet (5 m) from the tracks.
# 77. When driving on slippery roads, you should:
A. Use alternate routes

B. Drive as you would on dry roads


C. Increase your following distance
D. Avoid crossing bridges or intersections
# 78. What are the colors of a sign which tells you the distance to the next
exit of a highway
A. Yellow with black letters.
B. Black with white letters.
C. Red with white letters.
D. Green with white letters.
Explanation : DESTINATION Signs - COLOR: Green, with white lettering. MEANING: Show
direction and distance to various locations.
# 79. The driver is:

A. Slowing or stopping
B. Turning left
C. Turning right
D. Opening his/her door
# 80. What are the colors of the warning signs that indicate hazards ahead,
such as curves in the road or narrow bridges
A. Black letters or symbols on a white background.
B. Black letters or symbols on a yellow background.
C. White letters or symbols on a blue background.
D. White letters or symbols on a green background.
Explanation : WARNING Signs - COLOR: Yellow, with black letters or symbols.
# 81. If you are involved in a traffic collision, you are required to complete
and submit a written report (SR1) to the DMV:

A. Only if you or the other driver is injured.


B. If there is property damage in excess of $750 or if there are any injuries.
C. Only if you are at fault.
# 82. If a vehicle using high beams comes toward you, you should look
towards _____ of the road.
A. Either side
B. The center
C. The right side
D. The left side
# 83. What vehicles must stop at all railroad crossings
A. Pick up trucks.
B. School buses and passenger buses carrying passengers.
C. Motorcycles.
D. Vehicles towing a trailer.
Explanation : School buses with or without passengers, other buses while carrying
passengers, and vehicles carrying explosives or flammable cargo must stop at all
railroad crossings. Keep this in mind if you are following one of these vehicles.
# 84. The most effective thing you can do to reduce your risk of getting
injured or killed in a traffic crash is:
A. Wear your seat belt
B. Limit your driving to week days
C. Stay in the right lane on multi-lane highways
D. Limit your driving to times between 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.