DRIVING KNOWLEDGE TEST – RULES 2

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Question 1
If there is a railroad crossing ahead and a red flashing signal warns you of an  approaching train, you must:railroad crossing ahead
A
Slow down before crossing
B
Increased speed and cross tracks as quickly as possible
C
Stop and don’t proceed until the red lights stop flashing
D
Slow down and proceed with caution
Question 2
Safe speed to drive:Safe speed to drive
A
Is little more than the posted speed limit
B
Is the posted speed limit
C
Is less than the posted speed limit
D
Depends on the weather and road conditions
Question 3
The safest precaution that you can take regarding the use of cell phones while driving is:driving with hands-free devices
A
Use only one hand to operate your cell phone
B
Keep the ring tone on a low volume
C
Keep the cell phone within easy reach
D
Use hands-free devices
Question 4
When should you drive slower?slippery roads
A
Around children
B
On slippery roads
C
On a road with a lot of curves
D
All answers are correct
Question 5
When a traffic signal is showing a flashing yellow light, you must:flashing yellow light
A
Slow down before entering the crosswalk or intersection, and be especially alert
B
Slow down before entering the intersection, but only if you can do so safely
C
Stop completely before entering the crosswalk or intersection, and remain stopped until a green signal appear
D
Stop completely before entering the crosswalk or intersection, only proceed when you can do so safely
Question 6
When are you allowed to pass a school bus?pass a school bus
A
If the school bus has stopped, and red lights are flashing, and you are traveling in the same direction as the bus
B
If the school bus has stopped, and red lights are flashing, but the bus is traveling in the opposite direction
C
None of them
D
If the school bus has stopped, and red lights are flashing, but no students present
Question 7
What is true about seat belts?Seat belt reduces the chance of being thrown from your vehicle
A
Seat belt reduces the chance of being thrown from your vehicle in case of an accident
B
You are not required to use seat belts in large trucks and SUVs
C
If you remove the seat belt from your seat, you are not required to use any
D
You are not required to use seat belts when driving in residential areas
Question 8
On a roadway where traffic is moving in both directions, in what position must you be before making a left turn?making a left turn
A
Immediately to the right of the centerline of the roadway
B
Does not matter provided you signal
C
Close to the right-hand side of the roadway
D
Close to the left side of the roadway
Question 9
When entering a freeway remember:entering a freeway
A
Large truck have right of way
B
You have the right of way
C
Small cars have right of way
D
Freeway vehicles have the right of way
Question 10
When coming to an intersection where you want to turn right but there is a bicyclist ahead of you, what should you do?a bicyclist ahead of you
A
All answers are correct
B
Let the bicycle go ahead of you and then turn right
C
Pass the bicycle and quickly turn right
D
Pass the bicycle because you have the right of way
Question 11
When changing lanes you should:changing lanes
A
Check your mirrors and your blind spot and then proceed
B
Check your mirrors, signal and then proceed
C
Signal and then proceed
D
Check your mirrors, signal, check your blind spot and then proceed
Question 12
What is true about the far left lane on a multi lane highway?far left lane on highway
A
The left lane is for carpools only
B
Traffic can drive as fast as they want in the far left lane
C
You cannot use the far left lane to pass
D
Faster traffic should drive in this lane and use it for passing
Question 13
What is meant by the term "space cushion"?space cushion
A
The space between your motor vehicle and the vehicle ahead of you, behind and either side
B
Maintaining 60 feet clearance in all directions
C
Keeping a seat cushion to protect your body if in a car accident
D
None of them
Question 14
A motorist approaching a bicyclist should:approaching a bicyclist
A
Exercise extreme caution
B
Proceed as usual
C
Swerve into the opposite lane
D
Speed up to pass him
Question 15
If a pedestrian is crossing the street at an intersection without crosswalks, you must:pedestrian is crossing
A
Take the right-of-way
B
Let the pedestrian have the right-of-way
C
Stop four feet from the corner
D
Slow down and proceed with care
Question 16
If your vehicle breaks down on a highway: vehicle breaks down on a highway
A
Have all occupants stay inside the vehicle
B
Try to do roadside repairs
C
You should leave your vehicle and call the police
D
You should warn other road users that your vehicle is there with emergency flashers
Question 17
When you approach an intersection on a main road, and the intersection is blocked with traffic. You should:intersection is blocked with traffic
A
Proceed slowly into the intersection until the traffic ahead moves on
B
Keep as close as possible to the car ahead
C
Sound horn to warn cars ahead to move on
D
Stop before entering the intersection and wait until traffic ahead moves on
Question 18
Which of these is the proper way to change lanes?proper way to change lanes
A
Signaling, checking the rear view mirror and checking blind spots
B
Blowing your horn and providing the appropriate hand signal
C
Signaling and decreasing speed
D
Checking the rear view mirror
Question 19
In bad weather, you should make you car easier to see by:Turning on your headlights
A
Turning on your headlights
B
Turning on your parking lights
C
Turning on your emergency flashers
D
All answers are correct
Question 20
A flashing red light means:flashing red light
A
Slow down and drive with increased caution
B
You must make a complete stop. Move through the intersection only when it is safe to do so
C
Signal light is out of order, proceed with caution
D
You must stop and yield for pedestrians and oncoming traffic
Question 21
When making a left turn on a circular green light, you must wait untilmaking a left turn on green light
A
At least three cars have passed
B
At least five5 cars have passed
C
Large trucks have passed
D
All oncoming cars near to you have passed
Question 22
The Accessible Parking Permit: Accessible Parking Permit
A
Issued to an individual, entitles the vehicle in which it is displayed to be parked in a designated disabled parking space
B
It gives everyone in your family to park in a designated disabled parking space
C
Allows parking in designated space even if the person with the disability is a not passenger
D
Allows parking everywhere during specified times
Question 23
Most automobile skids are result of:car skid
A
Driving too fast
B
The size of the car
C
Poor tires
D
Poor road conditions
Question 24
Where should you start to make a u-turn from, if on a multi lane road?Where should you start to make a u-turn
A
The right lane
B
The center lane
C
The far left lane
D
Any lane
Question 25
When you approach a roundabout, you should:approach a roundabout
A
Yield to any drivers already in the roundabout
B
Yield to pedestrians
C
All answers are correct
D
Yield to bicyclists
Question 26
When you see a vehicle stopped on the right shoulder of the road ahead with its hazard lights on:vehicle stopped on the right shoulder of the road
A
Stop your vehicle until you can see what happened
B
Slow down and pass with caution
C
Don't change lane but speed up
D
Change lane to the left and speed up
Question 27
A person whose driver license is under suspension, may:driver license under suspension
A
Not drive, under any circumstances
B
Operate a motor vehicle to and from work
C
Operate a motor vehicle in a case of extreme emergency
D
Operate a motor vehicle when accompanied by a licensed driver
Question 28
A right turn starts in the right-hand lane and end in:A right turn starts
A
The lane closest to the curb
B
The left lane
C
The far most lane
D
Any lane available
Question 29
Two sets of solid double yellow lines spaced two or more feet apart indicates:Two sets of solid double yellow lines
A
Passing is permitted
B
The same as a concrete barrier
C
Left turn is permitted
D
U-turns is permitted
Question 30
What is a likely effect of taking another drug while drinking alcoholic beverages?taking another drug while drinking alcoholic
A
None of them
B
No effect one way or the other
C
You could throw up
D
The effect could be multiplied
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