1. If you have a valid out of state license and move into NJ you must apply for a NJ license within:

2. What test must you pass in NJ to get a drivers license for the first time?

3. Some applicants fail their road test without ever stepping on the gas pedal. Which of the below is a reason for the examiner to reject the automobile?

Unsafe tires
Failed inspection sticker
A center console or other equipment in a position that prevents the examiner from reaching the foot or parking brake
All of the above
4. Seat belts can save your life and improve your chances of surviving a crash by

5. Seat belts help you in what way?

They keep you from being thrown from the car in a collision
They keep you from sliding on the seat during sudden stops and turns
They slow your body down with your car
All of the above
6. It takes how long to fasten a seat belt?

3 seconds
5 seconds
7 seconds
10 minutes
7. Blind spots are:

When you forget your glasses
When your windshield is cracked
Area where you cannot see behind your car – (both sides) through the mirrors
Where there is fog
8. For normal driving keep your hands at

10 and 2
9 and 3
11 and 4
12 and 6
9. Every driver applicant must present:

Proof of age
Proof of identity
Proof they are in the US legally
All of the above
10. The graduated driver license program is for:

Everyone in NJ
First time drivers
Tractor trailer drivers only
All of the above
11. In order to get a special learners permit you must be:

Over 25
Over 18
16 years old
None of the above
12. NJ seat belt law requires all front seat occupants to wear a seat belt. The driver is responsible

For anyone under 18
For anyone under 25
Senior citizens
All of the above
13. NJ child passenger law states that

Children under 18 months of age must be properly buckled into a federally approved child car seat if they ride anywhere in the vehicle
Only children in the back seat can stand up
Only children in the front must be buckled
All of the above
14. What percent of information you need to drive is visual?

15. Based on reaction time of ¾ seconds, at 50 miles per hour on a dry surface a passenger car needs how many feet to stop?

55 feet
243 feet
105 feet
1000 feet
16. Your total stopping distance depends on

Your own reaction time
Weather and road conditions
The weight of the vehicle
All of the above
17. The faster you are going the longer it will take you to:

Get to school
Wear out your tires
Signal for turns
18. A common mistake new drivers make is

Not signaling
Slamming the brake pedal down too hard
Forgetting their license
Running out of gas
19. If you forget to cancel your signal after a turn you

Could mislead other drivers
Could stall your engine
None of the above
All of the above

20. This hand signal means:

Left turn
Right turn
Stop or slow
Car trouble

21. This hand signal means:

Left turn
Right turn
Stop or slow
Car trouble
22. To make a turn you must

Decide well in advance where you want to turn
Look behind you and to both sides for other vehicles and people to see if it is safe to turn
Signal first and then move into proper lane
All of the above
23. A maneuver used for turning around is called:

3 point turn or k-turn
A cross buck
Cross over
Parallel park
24. To steer the car in reverse

Look over your left shoulder
Look out the right mirror
Turn your head and body to the right to see clearly through the back window
Stare at rear view mirror
25. When you drive in reverse

Turn the wheel in the direction you want the rear of the car to go
Don’t turn the wheel
Turn slightly to the right
Lock steering wheel to left
26. when backing your car in a straight line your left hand should be on the steering wheel at

9 o’clock
10 o’clock
12 o’clock
3 o’clock
27. When parking on a hill you must make sure your car does not roll into traffic. If you park where there is a curb facing downhill

Turn your wheels away from the curb
Turn your wheels towards the curb
Leave wheels straight
None of the above
28. When parking uphill where there is a curb you must

Leave your wheels straight
Turn your wheels away from the curb
Turn your wheels toward the curb
None of the above
29. When parking on a hill with no curb

Leave your wheels straight
Turn your wheels toward the edge of the road
Turn your wheels to the right
None of the above
30. When practicing parallel parking, cones, flags, or markers should be:

10 feet apart
25 feet apart
50 feet apart
100 feet apart


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