FREE GEORGIA RULES TEST 3 - GEORGIA DRIVING PRACTICE TEST

This online Georgia driving test is intended to help you prepare for the Georgia DMV driving permit test that is required before you can get your driver’s license.
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Rules 3

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When driving at night, you can reduce the glare from an approaching car's headlights by:

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A lane with a diamond symbol is for:

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A solid yellow line on your side of the road means:

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You are not allowed to pass a vehicle on the left when:

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Large trucks turning right onto a street with two lanes in each direction:

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The two-second rule is:

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When there are two or more lanes, which one you should use for slow driving?

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You may pass another vehicle on the right if it is waiting to:

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White lines on the roadway mean:

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If your wheels go off the pavement:

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Large trucks require:

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You may cross solid yellow lines:

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When the light is red, you may make a left turn if:

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Driving off the paved roadway to pass another vehicle is allowed when:

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When is a normal solid white line used as pavement marking between lanes?

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A pedestrian using a white cane means that:

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Pedestrians walking on a highway should walk when safe:

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Crosswalks near school are painted:

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Upon approaching an intersection in which a traffic signal is not working how should you proceed?

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You park your car on the side of the roaYou are facing uphill and there is no curb present. You should:

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You may legally block an intersection when:

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Directions given by a police officer overrule:

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If you have to cross several lanes:

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What causes most rear-end accident?

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Two sets of two yellow lines, with solid lines on the outside and broken lines on the inside, represent what?

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Alcohol is:

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It is important to stay well behind large trucks and buses, and out of their blind spots because:

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When driving in the fast lane, if you are tailgated, the best thing to do is?

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If you are going into a curve too quickly, you should:

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When faced with low visibility conditions while driving, you should:

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Regulatory traffic signs instruct drivers what they should, or should not do, in certain circumstances. You will be asked to identify roadway signs on the Georgia Driving Test.

Everything You Need To Know About The Georgia Driving Test

Ready To Hit The Road

You’ve gotten your permit and have been driving with a licensed adult in the vehicle for a year now. Your confidence has skyrocketed, and you are finally ready to get your provisional or unrestricted license. Keep reading to learn the basic requirements and what you need to know to go from permit holder to full-fledged license holder!

Requirements For Obtaining Your Drivers License

Before you can acquire your license, there are a few requirements you must complete. If you are under 18 years of age, you need to follow a graduated drivers license program to acquire your license. The first stage is your instructional permit; the second is a provisional/intermediate license and lastly is the full driver’s license! The requirements for the provisional/intermediate license are as follows.

  • Have held your Georgia instructional permit for at least one year.
  • Meet the minimum age requirement of 16 years of age. You will need to be 17 if you have not completed an approved Driver’s Ed course.
  • Completed at least 40 hours of supervised driving with your instructional permit. Six of these hours must be driven at night.
  • Completed an Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program.
  • Present necessary documentation including application, proof of identity, Social Security number, proof of residency, Certificate of Attendance and confirmation of your supervised driving. A parent, guardian or Driver’s Ed Instructor must be present.
  • Pay a fee of $10.

If you are moving up from your provisional/intermediate license to a full unrestricted license the requirements are:

  • Being at least 18 years of age.
  • You have not received any major traffic violations in the last year.
  • Present necessary documentation including proof of identity, Social Security number, and proof of your Georgia residency.
  • Pay a fee of $32.
  • Note: Individuals who are 18 years of age do not need to acquire a permit or complete the licensing program. All you need to do is pass a vision exam, the written permit test, and the driving skill test.

The Road Skills Test

To schedule your Road Skills Test, you can use the online appointment system provided by the Georgia Department of Driver Services. For the test, you will need to provide a vehicle that is covered by liability insurance and passes a safety inspection. Your vehicle registration and license plate must be up to date.

On the test you will be in the car with an instructor who will direct you to do all or some of the following:

  • Parallel Parking
  • Backing
  • Stopping for Signs or Traffic Signals
  • Turnabout
  • Clutch Use
  • Approaching Corners
  • Yielding Right-of-Way
  • Turning
  • Passing
  • Following
  • Posture

Once you complete the test, your examiner will provide you with your results. A score of 75% is needed to pass. We recommend getting in a lot of practice driving before you tackle the test and be sure to review the DDS Driver Manual to ensure you are an expert on all the information provided. You can quiz yourself with one of the many practice tests available before putting your knowledge to the test behind the wheel. For more information about the requirements and preparation for the Georgia Road Test contact us today!