1. Common cause of fatal accidents is:






2. It is important to slow down when:






3. Passing is only safe when:

You can see far enough ahead
On a hill
In a 25 MPH zone
All of the above
4. You must yield when:

When approaching an intersection controlled with a yield sign
Yield to oncoming traffic when making a left turn
Yield to police cars, fire engines and ambulances when they are giving warning signs (sirens-flashing lights)
All of the above

5. As you near a crossroads that is not controlled you should:

Stop
Be ready to stop if any traffic is coming from the right or left
Get through the intersection quickly
None of the above

6. What lane is used to help drivers enter a highway?

Slow down lane
Acceleration lane
Deceleration lane
Passing lane
7. What lane is used to help drivers exit a highway?

Acceleration Lane
Speed up ramp
Deceleration lane
None of the above
8. In order to turn right on red you must:

Check for signs to make sure it is legal
Stop for the red light
Yield to all traffic and pedestrians
All of the above
9. When making a right turn you should:

Drive up to the turn as far to the right as possible
Stop first
Speed up and get through the turn quickly
All of the above
10. When making left turn you must:

Signal 100 feet before turn
Slow down
Yield to oncoming traffic
All of the above
11. When must you stop:

At an intersection with a stop sign
When there is a red light
When a traffic officer orders you to stop
All of the above
12. Headlights must be used:

Between one half hour after sunset and one half hour before sunrise
In bad weather (during rain, fog, and snow)
Whenever visibility is less than 500 feet
All of the above
13. Most accidents are caused by:

Tired drivers
Driver error
Car trouble
Faulty brakes
14. When driving in city traffic you should:

Look 12 seconds ahead
Use high beams
Shift to low gear
None of the above
15. The two-second rule applies to:

The alcohol test
Following distance
Reaction time
Braking distance
16. If you are convicted of a dui-first offense you could face:

Loss of license 6 months to 1 year
$250-$400 fine
Imprisonment up to 30 days
All of the above
17. If you are placed under arrest by a police officer he may ask you tot take a breath test. This is called:

Hydroplaning
Anatomical gift act
The implied consent law
B.A.C.
18. Refusing to take the breath test could result in suspension of license for:

6 months
12 months
2 years
18 months
19. A habitual offender is:

A traffic director
A constant speeder
A person with 3 license suspensions within 3 years
None of the above

20. After two to four drinks in a row alcohol will affect:

Your reaction time
Your vision
Your coordination and balance
All of the above

21. What are tell-tale sings of a driver who has been drinking?

Speeding
Weaving
Quick stops
All of the above
22. If someone gets drunk in your home and has an accident:

You might be involved in a lawsuit
You could be convicted of a crime
You could lose your insurance
None of the above
23. Motorists losing their tempers in reaction to a traffic disturbance is called:

Flag raiser
Road rage
Panic buttoner
None of the above
24. Sudden turns, lane changes or hard braking can throw you into a skid. If the rear end of your car starts to slide you should:

Brake hard
Turn right quickly
Steer straight
Take your foot off the gas pedal at once
25. If you run off the pavement you should:

Slow down
Regain control
Turn slowly onto the road
All of the above
26. Yellow line in the center of the road means

Slow down
OK to pass
One way road
Traffic flow going in opposite directions
27. This sign means:

Slow down
Slow moving vehicle
Bus Stop
Yield
28. A flashing red traffic signal means:

Stop and proceed with caution
Stop and wait for green light
Slow down
Yield
29. A single, horizontal white line across your lane only is:

Mistake
Stop line
A crosswalk
Bus stop
30. You must signal at least how many feet before a turn:

100 feet
25 feet
50 feet
200 feet

 

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