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2 DMV GENIUS cheat sheets QUESTION 1 QUESTION 2 QUESTION 3 QUESTION 4 are a pair of white or longitudinal lines that mark where pedestrians are permitted to walk. Crosswalk lines Crosswalk lines are a pair of white or longitudinal lines that mark where pedestrians can walk. Do not block the crosswalk with your vehicle. are designed to allow vehicles to slow down and leave the expressways. Exit ramps Exit ramps are designed to slow down and leave the expressways. There is often a lower speed posted for the ramp. are the mobile devices that are often used on some roads to give drivers an advance warning of construction zones. Flashing arrow signs Electronic messages or flashing arrow panels are the mobile devices that are often used on some roads to give an advance warning of construction zones and unusual conditions at/near work zones. are the most frequent type of crashes on interstates. Rear-end collisions Always keep at least two seconds' space cushion between you and the vehicle ahead. When the weather is bad or the pavement is slick, you should double that time. Rearend collisions are the most frequent type of crashes on the interstates. 2 Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved.

3 QUESTION 5 QUESTION 6 QUESTION 7 QUESTION 8 QUESTION 9 are the most likely places for car and motorcycle collisions to occur. Intersections Intersections are the most likely places for car/motorcycle collisions to occur. This usually is the result of a car driver not seeing the motorcycle and turning into the motorcycle's path. indicates the outside edge of the traffic lane, and may be crossed only by traffic moving to or from the shoulder. Solid white line In many areas, the right and/or left edges of the highway are marked with a solid white line. This line indicates the outside edge of the traffic lane, and may be crossed only by traffic moving to or from the shoulder. lane is intended to be used for passing slower vehicles, on multi-lane roads. The leftmost On multi-lane roads, the leftmost lane is intended to be used for passing slower vehicles. If you pass on the right, the other driver may have difficulty seeing you and might suddenly change lanes in front of you. may be used in work zones both day and night to guide drivers into certain traffic lanes. Large flashing or sequencing arrow panels Large flashing or sequencing arrow panels may be used in work zones both day and night to guide drivers into certain traffic lanes and to inform them that part of the road or street ahead is closed. occurs on wet roads when your front tires start to ride on water instead of the road. Hydroplaning Hydroplaning occurs on wet roads when your front tires start to ride on water instead of the road. As you go faster, the problem becomes worse and you will lose control of your steering. Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved. 3

4 QUESTION 10 QUESTION 11 QUESTION 12 QUESTION 13 QUESTION 14 QUESTION 15 are yellow and diamond-shaped, with black lettering or symbols. Warning signs Warning signs usually are yellow and diamond-shaped, with black lettering or symbols. are zones around a truck or a heavy vehicle where other vehicles disappear into blind spots. No-zones Trucks and buses have blind spots called No-zones. No-zones are the areas around trucks and buses where cars "disappear" into blind spots. These areas are so close that they restrict the truck or bus driver's ability to stop or manoeuvre safely. show parking spaces for persons with disabilities. Blue pavement markings The blue markings show parking spaces for persons with disabilities. are made to stop runaway vehicles safely without injuring drivers and passengers on steep mountain grades. Escape ramps Escape ramps are located on many steep mountain grades. Escape ramps are made to stop runaway vehicles safely without injuring drivers and passengers. Escape ramps use a long bed of loose soft material (pea gravel) to slow a runaway vehicle, sometimes in combination with an upgrade. indicates the left edge of traffic lanes going in your direction. A solid or broken yellow line A solid white line indicates the right edge of the traffic lane on a road. A solid or broken yellow line indicates the left edge of traffic lanes going in your direction. lines mean that passing is not allowed in either direction. Solid double yellow Solid double yellow lines mean that passing is not allowed in either direction. You may not cross the lines unless you are making a left turn. 4 Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved.

5 QUESTION 16 QUESTION 17 QUESTION 18 QUESTION 19 QUESTION 20 A offers you the best possible protection in a car crash and, therefore, is your best defense against the drunk driver. safety seat belt Safety belts do make the trip safer and help save lives. They prevent serious injuries to the head and to the body in a car crash. A on a two-way road allows you to cross over into the oncoming lane temporarily to pass a vehicle, if it is safe to do so. broken yellow line On a multiple-lane roadway with several lanes in one direction, you must use the middle and left lanes for passing. A broken yellow line on a two-way road allows you to cross over into the oncoming lane temporarily to pass a vehicle, if it is safe to do so. A barrier of grass, concrete or other material separating two roadways, including interstate highways is known as: a median A barrier of grass, concrete or other material separating two roadways, such as the area between the two roadways on an interstate highway, is known as the median. It is not legal to ride over, across or on the median. A broken white line on the road represents: lanes of traffic moving in the same direction Broken white lines represents traffic moving in the same direction. Broken white lines between lanes of traffic mean you may cross the lines to pass or change lanes, if it is safe to do so. A broken yellow line alongside a solid yellow line indicates that: passing is permitted on the side of the broken line, but not on the side of the solid line A broken yellow line alongside a solid yellow line indicates that passing is permitted on the side of the broken line, but not on the side of the solid line. Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved. 5

6 QUESTION 21 QUESTION 22 QUESTION 23 QUESTION 24 A curb painted with yellow lines indicate that the driver: may stop only long enough to load or unload A painted curb means that you must follow special rules to park there. A curb painted with yellow lines mean you may stop only long enough to load to unload. A double solid white line marks the edge of a traffic lane where: travel in the same direction is permitted on both sides of the lane, but crossing the line is prohibited A double solid white line marks the edge of a traffic lane where travel in the same direction is permitted on both sides of the lane, but crossing the line is prohibited. A double solid yellow line on a pavement means that: passing is not allowed in either direction Double solid yellow lines mark the center of a road and separate traffic traveling in two different directions. Passing is not allowed in either direction. Drivers may not cross the lines unless they are making a left turn. A driver entering a traffic circle or rotary, must yield the right-of-way to: both a) & b) A driver entering a traffic circle, sometimes called a rotary, must yield the right-ofway to pedestrians and drivers already in the circle. QUESTION 25 QUESTION 26 A driver may pass another vehicle on the right only: when the motor vehicle ahead is making or about to make a left turn A driver may pass on the right of another vehicle only when the motor vehicle ahead is making or about to make a left turn. Never pass on a hill or on a bridge. A driver must for a school bus that is stopped with its red lights flashing on the opposite side of the road. come to a complete stop Drivers must come to a complete stop, when they encounter a school bus that is stopped with its red lights flashing whether it is on their side of the road or on the opposite side of the road. 6 Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved.

7 QUESTION 27 QUESTION 28 QUESTION 29 QUESTION 30 QUESTION 31 QUESTION 32 A driver must yield the right-of-way to other vehicles in all of the following situations, EXCEPT: when reaching an intersection with a green light When entering a roundabout, a driver must yield the right-of-way to drivers already in the roundabout and obey all traffic signs. The driver must yield the right-of-way to other vehicles when merging and when entering a highway from an alley. A green traffic light allows the driver to go. A driver who wants to enter a highway from a private road: must stop and yield to the vehicles on the highway Cars entering from a private road or a driveway must stop and yield to cars on a public street or a highway. A flashing red traffic light should be considered as: a stop sign A flashing red traffic light is the same as a stop sign. You must come to a full stop and then proceed when it is safe to do so. A flashing yellow arrow means: you may proceed with caution in the direction of the arrow A flashing yellow arrow means you may proceed with caution in the direction of the arrow. A flashing yellow light in your driving lane means: slow down and proceed with caution A flashing yellow light means slow down and proceed with caution. Flashing yellow lights are positioned at locations with higher-than-normal hazardous conditions. A highway work zone can be easily identified by immediately preceding the work zone. a black-on-orange sign A highway work zone can be easily identified by unique orange warning sign immediately preceding the work zone. The orange signs with messages in black letters are reserved strictly to identify work zones. Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved. 7

8 QUESTION 33 QUESTION 34 QUESTION 35 QUESTION 36 QUESTION 37 QUESTION 38 A lighted red arrow means: you may not proceed in the direction indicated by the arrow A lighted red arrow means you may not proceed in the direction indicated by the arrow. A pedestrian using a white or white cane tipped with red is usually: a blind person Pedestrians carrying white canes or with guide dogs are blind or have greatly reduced vision. A red arrow at an intersection indicates that: the turning traffic must stop A red arrow means turning traffic must stop. They must wait for next green turn signal before making a turn. A red light with a green arrow means: you may go cautiously in the direction of the arrow, yielding to pedestrians A red light with a green arrow means you may go cautiously in the direction of the arrow, yielding to all other vehicles and pedestrians. A roundabout is a circular intersection where vehicles travel around a center island in direction. a counter-clockwise A roundabout is a circular intersection where vehicles travel around a center island in a counter-clockwise direction. These intersections are designed to reduce the number and severity of collisions, as well as provide operational efficiencies. A sign with an orange background and black letters indicate: a construction zone sign Construction signs are used to notify drivers of unusual or potentially dangerous conditions on or near the traveled way. All temporary signs in work zones have an orange background and black letters or symbols. 8 Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved.

9 QUESTION 39 QUESTION 40 QUESTION 41 QUESTION 42 QUESTION 43 QUESTION 44 A single broken yellow line usually marks the centerline of a two-way roadway where: a vehicle may pass if it is safe A single broken yellow line usually marks the centerline of a two-way roadway where a vehicle may pass if it is safe. A single solid white line across a road at an intersection means that a motorist must for a traffic signal or sign. stop behind the line A single solid white line across a road at an intersection means that a motorist must stop behind the line for a traffic signal or sign. A solid white line between lanes of traffic means: you should stay in your lane A solid white line between lanes of traffic means that drivers should stay in their lane. Drivers should not cross the lanes unless a special situation requires them to change lanes. A steady red arrow means: you must stop and you cannot go in the direction of the arrow A red arrow means you must stop and you cannot go in the direction of the arrow. You may proceed when the red arrow goes off and a green arrow or light goes on. A steady yellow light at an intersection indicates that drivers need: to stop unless they are already in the intersection A steady yellow light indicates that a red light is about to appear. Stop if you are not already in the intersection. A triangular orange sign on the back of a slow-moving vehicle indicates that: the vehicle cannot travel faster than 25 mph The triangular sign on the back of a slow-moving vehicle means that the vehicle cannot travel faster than 25 mph. Do not get impatient if behind one of these vehicles. The driver will usually try to pull over to the side whenever possible to prevent traffic back-ups. Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved. 9

10 QUESTION 45 QUESTION 46 QUESTION 47 QUESTION 48 QUESTION 49 A two-headed arrow with one head pointing straight ahead and the other pointing to the left means: you may either proceed straight ahead or turn to the left A two-headed arrow with one head pointing straight ahead and the other pointing to the left means that you may either proceed straight ahead or turn to the left. A vehicle's stopping distance is equal to: the sum of the braking distance and reaction distance Your stopping distance equals your reaction distance plus your braking distance. If you are driving fast, are very tired, or if your vehicle has bad brakes, you will require a greater distance to stop your vehicle. A yellow-flashing light used mostly on tow trucks and slow-moving vehicles requires other drivers to: slow down their vehicles The yellow-flashing light is used mostly on tow trucks and slow-moving vehicles. These lights warn you to slow down. A yield sign indicates that a driver must slow down when approaching an intersection and if a vehicle or pedestrian with the right-of-way is approaching from another direction. be prepared to come to a complete stop A yield sign indicates that a driver must slow down when approaching an intersection and be prepared to come to a complete stop if a vehicle or pedestrian with the right-of-way is approaching from another direction. If you are approaching a yield sign, a vehicle approaching from another direction with the right-of-way should not have to brake to avoid a collision with you. All of the following are tips to remember when you travel through a work zone except: increase your speed When you travel through a work zone, remember these four tips: 1. Reduce your speed. 2. Adjust your lane position away from workers. 3. Prepare for the unexpected 4. Watch for speed limit signs. Fines are increased in most work zones. 10 Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved.

11 QUESTION 50 QUESTION 51 QUESTION 52 QUESTION 53 QUESTION 54 All work zone symbols or signs have an orange background and black letters All temporary signs in work zones have an orange background and black letters or symbols. These signs can be found on either side of the road and tell you what and how soon you will encounter a work zone. Among the following parking types, is commonly used in parking lots, shopping centers, and wide streets. angle parking This type of parking is common in parking lots, shopping centers, and wide streets. A courteous driver never parks too close to other vehicles. Parking too close could result in damage to your vehicle. An is the connection of a freeway to a road or another freeway by a series of ramps. interchange An interchange is the connection of a freeway to a road or another freeway by a series of ramps. The connecting roadways allow you to leave one road and enter another safely, without disrupting the flow of traffic. As you approach and enter the acceleration lane, to match that of vehicles in the through lanes. increase your speed The key to entering a freeway smoothly is to accelerate on the entrance ramp/lane to match the speed of freeway traffic in the right lane. Then signal, check the traffic around you, and merge carefully. At an intersection where there is no stop sign or traffic signal, drivers should yield to: vehicles coming from the right When approaching at an intersection where there is no stop sign or traffic signal, drivers should yield to vehicles coming from the right. Drivers should always be prepared to yield to avoid an accident. Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved. 11

12 QUESTION 55 QUESTION 56 QUESTION 57 QUESTION 58 QUESTION 59 At an unmarked crosswalk, drivers are required to: yield the right-of-way to the pedestrians Drivers are required to yield the right-of-way to the pedestrians within any crosswalk, whether marked or unmarked. At intersections, before turning right, you should make sure that there is no traffic approaching: from your left and no oncoming traffic turning left into your path Do not begin your turn without checking for pedestrians crossing where you will be turning. At intersections, before turning right, make sure that there is no traffic approaching from your left and no oncoming traffic turning left into your path. At rail crossings which have the standard, octagonal, red-and-white stop sign, drivers must stop and proceed only when: they determine no train is approaching At crossings marked with automatic flasher units or automatic crossing gates, drivers must stop if the lights are flashing or the gates are lowered, and remain stopped until the lights stop flashing and the gates are raised. At crossings, which have the standard octagonal red and white stop sign, drivers must stop and proceed only when they determine no train is approaching. At the end of most entry ramps on a freeway, you will find that allows you to increase your speed. an acceleration lane At the end of most entry ramps, you will find an acceleration lane that allows you to increase your speed in freeways. Backing up is not allowed on freeways or expressways, except: by drivers of emergency vehicles Backing up is not allowed on freeways or expressways, except by drivers of emergency vehicles in the course of duty. Backing up on public roads is an unsafe practice. 12 Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved.

13 QUESTION 60 QUESTION 61 QUESTION 62 QUESTION 63 QUESTION 64 QUESTION 65 Because of their size trucks/buses often need to move to make right turns. to the left lane Because of their size, trucks and buses often need to move to the left lane to make right turns. Cutting in between the truck and curb increases the possibility of a collision. Before backing your vehicle, you should look to the front, sides and rear, and continue to look while backing to the rear Before backing your vehicle, you should look to the front, sides and rear, and continue to look to the rear while backing. Before changing lanes, drivers should: check mirrors and look over shoulder toward the rear Before changing lanes, the driver should check the mirrors and look over the shoulder towards the rear to check the blind spot. Before pulling out from a right-side parallel parking space, you must: check for approaching traffic and give a left-turn signal Before pulling out from a parallel parking space, check for approaching traffic and give a left-turn signal, unless you are parked on the left side of a one-way street. Before reaching the crest of a hill or entering a curve, you must and watch for oncoming vehicles. slow down, move to the right side of the road Hills and curves on rural roads are often steeper and sharper than on highways. Before reaching the crest of a hill or before entering a curve, slow down, move to the right side of the road and watch for oncoming vehicles. Being constantly aware of the driving conditions, planning ahead, anticipating dangers, and taking the right actions so as to avoid obstacles or other vehicles is known as defensive driving Being constantly aware of the driving conditions, planning ahead, anticipating dangers, and taking the right actions to avoid obstacles or other vehicles is known as defensive driving. Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved. 13

14 QUESTION 66 QUESTION 67 QUESTION 68 QUESTION 69 QUESTION 70 QUESTION 71 Black on orange signs on a highway identify: specific information and directions to drivers in work zones Black on orange signs on a highway provide specific information and directions to drivers in work zones. Blind pedestrians may carry canes or use the assistance of guide dogs. white Blind pedestrians may carry white canes or use the assistance of guide dogs. Car drivers should never share the same lane with a motorcycle, even if the lane is wide and the cyclist is riding to one side, because: the motorcyclist may change speed or direction quickly Motorcyclists need a full lane width like other vehicles. Car drivers should never move into the same lane with a motorcycle, even if the lane is wide and the cyclist is riding to one side. Diabetic drivers who take should not drive vehicles when there is any chance of going into shock. insulin Diabetics who take insulin should not drive when there is any chance of going into shock. This situation could result from skipping a meal or a snack. Disabled persons who display their placard can park at a painted curb. blue Painted curbs indicate special parking rules. Blue parking is permitted only for a disabled person who displays a placard or a special license plate for disabled persons or disabled veterans. Disabled people with a placard or special plates may park in special areas for unlimited periods of time, regardless of time restrictions. Do not at crash scenes or at locations along the highway where a law enforcement officer may have a vehicle pulled off the road. rubberneck Rubbernecking (slowing down the vehicle, being distracted or staring) could cause drivers to become involved in a crash. 14 Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved.

15 QUESTION 72 QUESTION 73 QUESTION 74 QUESTION 75 QUESTION 76 QUESTION 77 Do not make a U-turn on a curve or near the top of a hill if you cannot be seen by: drivers approaching from either direction Do not make a U-turn on a curve or near the top of a hill if you cannot be seen by other drivers approaching from either direction. Do not make a U-turn where signs prohibit doing so. Do not turn or remove ignition key while driving, as it will cause: the steering wheel to lock If you turn or remove ignition key while driving, the steering wheel will lock and you may lose control of the vehicle. Double solid white lines on the road separate two lanes of traffic: moving in the same direction Double solid white lines separate two lanes of traffic going in the same direction. They are most commonly seen on interstates. Crossing double solid white lines is prohibited. Double solid yellow lines on the road separate two lanes of traffic: moving in the opposite direction Double solid yellow lines mark the center of the road and separate oncoming traffic. Passing is not allowed in either direction. Making a left turn is the only lawful crossing allowed over double yellow lines, when turning into or from an alley, private road, or driveway, unless otherwise prohibited by signs. Drivers entering a main road from a driveway, alley or roadside should: yield to vehicles already on the main road Drivers entering and exiting a road from a driveway, alley or roadside should yield to vehicles already on the main road and bicyclists and pedestrians on the sidewalk, shared use path or bike lanes. Drivers must be cautious if it starts to rain on a hot day, because pavement can be very slippery for the first few minutes due to: oil in the asphalt Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved. 15

16 QUESTION 77 QUESTION 78 QUESTION 79 QUESTION 80 QUESTION 81 QUESTION 82 Heat causes oil in the asphalt to come to the surface. It makes the road more slippery until the oil is washed off. Drivers must maintain a constant speed when passing and reentering the lane in front of trucks or buses, since trucks/buses require: longer distances to slow down than cars Because of their size, trucks and buses always need greater distances to slow down. Other drivers must maintain a constant speed when passing or reentering the lane in front of trucks or buses. Drivers must maintain windshield wipers in good operating condition because: they keep the rain and snow off the windshield Windshield wipers keep the rain and snow off the windshield. They should be in good operating condition. Drivers must use bright lights only when driving: at night, in the open country without other cars nearby Use bright lights only when driving in the open country without other cars nearby. Even with the high-beams, speed must be lower than in the day. Drivers must use the left lane on a highway for: passing The left lane on a highway is used for passing. If a vehicle wants to pass you, you must move safely to the right. Do not increase your speed until the other vehicle has passed you. Drivers on an express highway should avoid 'highway hypnosis' by: keep shifting eyes from one area of the roadway to another Expressway driving may cause highway hypnosis, a condition of drowsiness or unawareness induced by monotony, the sound of the wind, the tires on the pavement and the steady hum of the engine. Drivers should try to avoid the condition by shifting their eyes from one area of the roadway to another and focus them upon various objects near and far, left and right. 16 Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved.

17 QUESTION 83 QUESTION 84 QUESTION 85 QUESTION 86 QUESTION 87 QUESTION 88 Drivers operating vehicles on a divided highway must, unless directed to do otherwise by a sign, traffic control device, or police officer. drive to the right of the median Drivers operating vehicles on a divided expressway must drive to the right of the median unless directed to do otherwise by a sign, traffic control device, or police officer. Flag persons are often located in highways and work zones: to stop, slow or guide traffic safely through construction areas Flag persons are often provided in highways and street work zones to stop, slow or guide traffic safely through the areas. Flag persons wear orange vests, shirts or jackets and use red flags or stop/slow paddles to direct traffic through work zones. Flashing arrow panels may be used in work zones to: guide drivers into the correct lane Flashing arrow panels may be used in work zones to guide drivers into a correct traffic lane. Following too closely behind a vehicle is also known as: tailgating A motorist should always keep a safe distance from other vehicles on the road so that he/she has plenty of time to react to emergencies. Tailgating refers to following too closely behind a vehicle. For interstate driving, slow-moving vehicles must travel, except when passing. in the right-hand lane For interstate driving, slow-moving vehicles must travel in the right-hand lane, except when passing. Head rests should be adjusted so that head restraint contacts the back of the head. This prevents: neck injuries if you are hit from behind Head restraints are designed to prevent neck injuries if you are hit from behind. Head rests should be adjusted so that head restraint contacts the back of the head when there is an accident. Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved. 17

18 QUESTION 89 QUESTION 90 QUESTION 91 QUESTION 92 QUESTION 93 QUESTION 94 High Occupancy Vehicles (HOV) lanes are reserved for: car pools and vehicles with more than one person High Occupancy Vehicles (HOV) lanes are reserved for car pools and vehicles with more than one person in them. Signs indicate how many people must be in the vehicle, as well as the days and hours to which it applies. If a bicycle on your right reaches the intersection at the same time as you do, you should: yield to the bicycle At intersections without a STOP or YIELD sigs, slow down and be ready to stop. Yield to the vehicle or bicycle which arrives first, or to the vehicle or bicycle on your right if it reaches the intersection at the same time as you do. If a blind pedestrian is waiting at a crosswalk with a white cane or a guide dog, you must: not use your horn or rev your engine When a blind pedestrian is waiting at a crosswalk, do not use your horn or rev your engine, as this may distract the pedestrian or guide dog. If a car approaches you with bright headlights, you must, to prevent being temporarily blinded. look toward the right edge of the road If a car approaches you with bright lights on, do not stare at the lights. Steer by the line at the outside edge of the road to prevent being temporarily blinded. If a driver behind you is following too closely, you must: move to the right lane and reduce your speed If the driver behind you is following too closely, you must move to the right lane and reduce your speed. Encourage the tailgater to pass your vehicle. If a driver behind you repeatedly flashes his/her headlights, you should: get out of the way 18 Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved.

19 QUESTION 94 QUESTION 95 QUESTION 96 QUESTION 97 QUESTION 98 QUESTION 99 Aggressive driving is the operation of a motor vehicle in a manner that endangers or is likely to endanger persons or property. If you notice a driver behind you repeatedly flashing headlights, you should not retaliate or in any way engage the other driver. Get out of the way. If a driver extends his/her left arm horizontally out of a open window while driving on a road, this indicates that the driver is going to: make a left turn If a driver extends his/her left arm horizontally out of a open window while driving on a road means the driver is going to make a left turn. If a pedestrian is in a marked or unmarked crosswalk, you must: stop and wait until the pedestrian has passed Yield the right-of-way to pedestrians crossing at intersections and crosswalks. When a pedestrian is in a marked or unmarked crosswalk, you are required to stop and wait until the pedestrian has passed your lane. If a railroad grade crossing has no warning devices or only a cross buck sign, you should: slow down and then proceed with caution If a railroad grade crossing has no warning devices or only a cross buck sign, slow down and look and listen for a train before proceeding. You must yield the right-ofway to any approaching train. If a tire suddenly goes flat while driving, you must: hold the steering wheel tightly and keep the vehicle straight When a tire suddenly goes flat, you must hold the steering wheel tightly and keep the vehicle going straight slow down gradually. Take your foot off the gas pedal and use the brakes lightly. If a vehicle stalls on the tracks and the motorist sees a train coming, the motorist must: get out and walk clear of tracks If a vehicle stalls on the tracks, and the motorist sees a train coming, the motorist should get out and walk clear of the tracks. Never try to race a train. Most trains need more than a mile to stop, if traveling at 60 mph or more. Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved. 19

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21 QUESTION 100 QUESTION 101 QUESTION 102 QUESTION 103 QUESTION 104 If an approaching vehicle has its turn signal on, you must and then start your turn if it is safe. wait until the other driver actually starts to turn You must understand the other driver's intention, wait until the other driver actually starts to turn, and then start your turn. If an emergency vehicle approaches while you are driving in a roundabout, you must: continue to your exit, pull over, and let the emergency vehicle pass If an emergency vehicle approaches while you are driving in a roundabout, you should continue to your exit, then pull over and allow emergency vehicle to pass. Avoid stopping in the roundabout. If an emergency vehicle is approaching you with a siren and flashing lights on, you are required to: pull over to the right edge of the road If an emergency vehicle is approaching you with a siren and flashing lights on, you are required to pull over to the right edge of the road and stop until the emergency vehicle has passed. If an emergency vehicle is moving in your lane displaying red flashing lights or using a siren, you are required to: pull over to the curb and stop Authorized emergency vehicles, such as police cars, ambulances and fire engines, have the right-of-way when they use a signal, either audible (siren) or visual (flashing light). When you hear or see a vehicle approach, you should immediately drive to the curb, stop, and remain stopped until the emergency vehicle has passed. If another driver is passing your vehicle, you must: stay in the lane and do not increase your speed When another driver is passing, you must stay in the lane and do not increase your speed. Allow the driver to pass safely. Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved. 21

22 QUESTION 105 QUESTION 106 QUESTION 107 QUESTION 108 QUESTION 109 QUESTION 110 If another vehicle is passing you on the left-hand side of the road, allow the other vehicle to pass safely, and: do not increase your speed If another vehicle is passing you on the left-hand side of the road, allow the other vehicle to pass safely, and do not increase your speed. If drivers approaching from opposite directions reach a stop sign at about the same time, and they are at right angles to one another, then: the driver on the left must yield to the driver on the right If drivers approaching from opposite directions reach an intersection at about the same time, and they are at right angles to one another, the driver on the left must yield to the driver on the right. If someone is following you too closely, you must: slow down and encourage the driver to pass If someone is following you too closely (tailgating), you must slow down and encourage the driver behind you to pass and avoid being hit from behind. If the braking action has been reduced due to water or rain, apply until proper braking action has been restored. the brakes lightly several times Always test the action of the brakes after driving through water. If the braking action has been reduced, apply the brakes lightly several times until proper braking action has been restored. If the traffic signals at an intersection are not operating, treat the intersection as a(n): four-way stop If the traffic signal is not operating or is malfunctioning, treat the intersection as a four way stop. The driver must come to a complete stop before moving further. If there are no reduced speed limits posted at work zones, drivers should: obey the normal posted speed limit Through many work zones, the speed limits may be reduced and lane usage could be restricted for safety purposes. If there are no reduced speed limits posted, drivers should obey the normal posted speed limit. 22 Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved.

23 QUESTION 111 QUESTION 112 QUESTION 113 QUESTION 114 QUESTION 115 If there are three or more lanes going in one direction, the left lane is used by drivers who want to: go faster or turn left If there are three or more lanes going in one direction, the left lane is used by drivers who want to go faster, pass or turn left. If there are three or more lanes going in the same direction on a highway, the are usually the smoothest, in terms of the flow of traffic. middle lanes Smooth driving allows you to keep more distance between yourself and other drivers. It also helps save gas. During ordinary driving, drive in the lane that has the smoothest flow of traffic. If there are three or more lanes going in one direction, the middle lane, or lanes, are usually the smoothest. If there is an emergency vehicle directly behind your vehicle when you are in heavy traffic, you should: keep moving slowly until you can get out of the way When you hear the warning signal of an emergency vehicle and if the emergency vehicle is directly behind your vehicle when you are in heavy traffic, keep moving slowly until you can get out of the way. If there is another driver tailgating you, you should NOT: increase your speed If a driver tailgates you, you must reduce your speed to encourage the driver behind you to pass. Move to the right lane of a multi-lane highway. Do not increase your speed to avoid the tailgater. If two vehicles enter an intersection that is not controlled by signs/signals, from different roadways at about the same time, then the vehicle has the right of way. on the right If two vehicles enter an intersection not controlled by signs or signals, and from different roadways at about the same time, the driver of the vehicle on the left must yield to the vehicle on the right. Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved. 23

24 QUESTION 116 QUESTION 117 QUESTION 118 QUESTION 119 QUESTION 120 QUESTION 121 If you accidentally pass your exit on an expressway, you must: continue to the next exit When leaving an expressway, if you go past your exit, you must go to the next exit. Backing up on expressways is against the law. If you approach a person walking with a white cane or a white cane tipped with red, you must: stop If you approach a person walking with a white cane or a white cane tipped with red, you must stop and take whatever action is necessary to prevent injury to that person. If you approach a roundabout, always enter to the of the central island. right A roundabout is an intersection control device with traffic circulating around an island. Approaching vehicles must yield to the traffic in the circle. Always enter to the right of the central island. If you approach a vehicle displaying a triangular sign that is orange with a red, reflective border on the back side, you must: slow down and use caution This triangular symbol represents a slow-moving vehicle. This sign is mounted on the rear of a vehicle moving at a speed of 25 mph or less. You must slow down and use caution. If you approach an intersection at which the traffic lights are not working, you must first before entering the intersection and yield the right-of-way. come to a complete stop If you approach an intersection at which the traffic lights are not working, you must first come to a complete stop before entering the intersection and yield the right-ofway to any vehicle on the right, unless otherwise directed by a peace officer. If you approach an intersection with a yellow light, you must: slow down and proceed with caution, if a stop cannot be made safely A yellow light tells a driver that a red light is coming next. Slow down and proceed with caution, if a stop cannot be made safely. Clear the intersection. Do not increase the speed. 24 Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved.

25 QUESTION 122 QUESTION 123 QUESTION 124 QUESTION 125 QUESTION 126 If you are already in an intersection to turn left and the traffic light has changed to yellow, you should: continue your turn to the left A steady yellow light is a warning that the light is about to turn red. If you are already in the intersection, you should continue your turn and clear the intersection safely. If you are approaching a stop sign, you must: stop at the solid white stop line If you are approaching a stop sign, you must stop at the solid white stop line or parallel to the stop sign. If there is no stop line, you should stop before entering the crosswalk on your side of the intersection. If you are being followed too closely (tailgated), you must: slow down and encourage the driver behind you to pass If you are being tailgated, you must slow down your vehicle and encourage the driver behind you to pass. If this fails, pull over, stop and let the tailgater pass. If you are changing lanes, preparing to pass another vehicle, or entering traffic, signal and check for passing traffic by first using your mirrors and then: by checking your vehicle's blind spots If you are changing lanes, preparing to pass another vehicle, or entering traffic, signal and check for passing traffic by first using your mirrors. Once the mirrors reveal safe conditions for the lane change, check your vehicle's blind spot by glancing over your shoulder to the rear in the direction of the lane change. If you are driving at a slower speed than other traffic on a highway or freeway, stay in the lane: nearest to the right side of the road Maintain the same approximate speed as surrounding vehicles, when possible, but never exceed the posted speed limits. If you are driving at a slower speed than other traffic, stay in the lane nearest to the right side of the road. Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved. 25

26 QUESTION 127 QUESTION 128 QUESTION 129 QUESTION 130 QUESTION 131 If you are driving downhill and the downgrade is very steep, you must: shift to a lower gear When you are driving downhill, and the downgrade is very steep, you must shift to a lower gear carefully. You will save wear on the brakes because the engine will act as a braking force. If you are driving faster than other traffic on a freeway, you must use: the middle or left-hand lane If you are driving faster than other traffic on a freeway, you must use the middle or left-hand lane for driving. If you are driving on a highway in heavy rain, you must slow down your vehicle to avoid: hydroplaning Hydroplaning may occur during rainstorms. This is a condition where the tires ride on a thin film of water instead of the road. To prevent hydroplaning, drivers must slow down in heavy rains. If you are driving on a road with three or more lanes, you must stay, except when passing another vehicle. in the extreme right lane If you are driving on a road with three or more lanes, stay in the extreme right lane, except when passing another vehicle. If you are driving on a two-lane road, it is safest to drive your vehicle in the of the lane. center It is safest to drive in the center of your lane. Keep as much space as you can between your vehicle and oncoming vehicles. 26 Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved.

27 QUESTION 132 QUESTION 133 QUESTION 134 QUESTION 135 QUESTION 136 If you are going to stop or slow down at a place where another driver does not expect it, you must to let those behind you know your intentions. tap your brake pedal three or four times quickly Your brake lights let people know that you are slowing down. If you are going to stop or slow down at a place where another driver does not expect it, tap your brake pedal three or four times quickly to let those behind you know you are about to slow down. If you are having vehicle trouble, and need to stop, first step you should do is: pull off the road and away from traffic If your vehicle breaks down on the road, make sure that other drivers can see it. If you are having vehicle trouble, and need to stop, follow these rules: Pull off the road away from all traffic, if possible. Turn on your emergency flashers. Lift the hood to signal the emergency and place emergency flares or triangles. If you are in an intersection and hear the siren of an emergency vehicle, you should: continue through the intersection, then drive to the right and stop If you are in an intersection and see an emergency vehicle, continue through the intersection and then drive to the right as soon as you can and stop. If you are making a left turn, you must begin: in the leftmost lane If you are making a left turn, you must begin in the leftmost lane. If you are on a single or two-lane road and come to an intersection with a divided highway or a roadway with three or more lanes, you must yield the right-of-way to other traffic When you are on a single or two-lane road and come to an intersection with a divided highway or a roadway with three or more lanes, you must yield the right-of-way to the traffic. Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved. 27

28 QUESTION 137 QUESTION 138 QUESTION 139 QUESTION 140 QUESTION 141 If you are one of the first persons to come upon the scene of a collision, the first thing you should do is: turn off the ignition of vehicles involved in the crash If you are one of the first persons to come upon the scene of a collision, the first thing you should do is pull your vehicle off the road. Next, turn off the ignition of vehicles involved in the crash. Do not move injured persons unless there is a danger of fire. Notify emergency officials and do not stand in traffic lanes. Ask others who have stopped to warn the approaching traffic. If you are overtaking a bicycle and an oncoming vehicle is approaching, you must: slow down and let the vehicle pass first When possible, take potential hazards one at a time. If you are overtaking a bicycle and an oncoming vehicle is approaching, slow down and let the vehicle pass first so that you can give extra room to the bicycle. If you are overtaking, you must pass on the left at a safe distance and do not until the way is clear from the overtaken vehicle. return to the lane When you are overtaking, you must pass on the left at a safe distance. Do not return to the lane you started from, until you are certain you have overtaken the vehicle. Signal right turn to return to the original lane. If you are parked parallel on the right-hand side of the street, you should before pulling out into traffic. give a left turn signal and look over your left shoulder When you parallel park on the right-hand side of the street, you must give a left turn signal and look over your left shoulder before pulling out into traffic. If you are parked parallel on the left-hand side of a one-way street, give a right turn signal and look over your right shoulder before moving into traffic. If you are preparing for a right turn behind a bicyclist, misjudgment can result in a broadside crash called a: right hook If you are preparing for a right turn and bicyclist is ahead of you, do not assume that you can beat the bicycle to the turn. Misjudgement can result in a broadside crash called the "right hook." 28 Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved.

29 QUESTION 142 QUESTION 143 QUESTION 144 QUESTION 145 QUESTION 146 QUESTION 147 If you are signalled by a flag person at/near a railroad crossing or construction site, you must: follow signals, no matter which lane you are in If you are signalled by a flag person at/near railroad crossings or construction sites, you must always obey his/her signals no matter which lane you are in. If you are stopped at a traffic light and another vehicle is approaching you from behind at a high speed, you should: pull your vehicle forward If you are stopped at an intersection or stop sign and another vehicle is approaching you from behind at a high speed, you should pull your vehicle forward in an effort to give the approaching vehicle more room to stop. If you double your speed on a highway, your braking distance increases by four times If you double your speed, your braking distance does not become twice as long, but becomes four times as far. If you find a "speed zone ahead" sign, you are approaching: an area where a reduced speed limit has been established This is a regulatory sign. When you see this sign, you are entering an area where a reduced speed limit has been established. If you find a steady yellow signal at an intersection, you must: enter the intersection cautiously A steady yellow signal means 'caution'. You must enter the intersection cautiously because it is about to turn red. Do not enter an intersection against a steady yellow light, unless you are too close to stop safely. If you find yourself feeling sleepy while driving, it is better to: pull over and take a nap If you find yourself becoming sleepy while driving, it is better to pull over and take some rest. Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved. 29

30 QUESTION 148 QUESTION 149 QUESTION 150 QUESTION 151 QUESTION 152 If you find yourself in a skid while driving, you must: ease your foot off the gas and carefully steer in the direction you want the front of the car to go You can prevent skids by driving slowly and carefully, especially on curves. If you find yourself in a skid, remain calm, ease your foot off the gas and carefully steer in the direction you want the front of the car to go. For cars without anti-lock brakes, avoid using your brakes. This procedure, known as steering into the skid, will bring the back end of your car in line with the front. If you have already started through an intersection when the signal light changes, you must: follow through and proceed to clear the intersection If you have already started through an intersection when the signal light changes, you must follow through and clear the intersection. If you have started to make a turn, follow through. Changes at the last second can cause collisions. If you have vehicle troubles at night, you must use to avoid an accident. all four flashing turn signals simultaneously If you have vehicle troubles, be especially cautious at night. There is a danger of being hit from the rear. So, you must use all four flashing turn signals simultaneously. If you miss your turn at one point, you must and work your way back to where you want to go. continue to the next intersection If you miss your turn at one point, you must go on to the next intersection and work your way back to where you want to go. If you must park on a roadway, park your vehicle: as far away from traffic as possible Always park in a designated area if possible. If you must park on a roadway, park your vehicle as far away from traffic as possible. If there is a curb, park as close to it as you can. 30 Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved.

31 QUESTION 153 QUESTION 154 QUESTION 155 QUESTION 156 QUESTION 157 QUESTION 158 If you plan to turn beyond an intersection, you must: signal just after you pass through the intersection If you plan to turn beyond an intersection, signal just after you pass through the intersection. If you signal earlier, another driver may think you are turning at the intersection. If you see in your driving lane, you are permitted to pass when it is safe. a dashed white line If you see white dashed lines in your driving lane, traffic moves in the same direction on each side of the white dashes. Passing is permitted when it's safe. If you see a blind pedestrian, who is crossing with a guide dog or white cane with a red tip, you should: stop at least 10 feet away from the pedestrian If you see anyone in the roadway with a guide dog or a white cane, stop at least ten feet away, until the person is off the roadway. Do not use your horn, as it could startle the blind pedestrian. If you see a pedestrian using a guide dog or other service animal and/or carrying a white cane at an intersection, you must: stop your vehicle If you have stopped for a pedestrian using a guide dog or other service animal and/ or carrying a white cane at an intersection, you must not use your horn, as it could confuse or frighten the pedestrian or the service animal. You must stop and give right-of-way to the pedestrian. If you see a solid white line between lanes of traffic, you must: stay in your lane If you see a solid white line between lanes of traffic means that you should stay in your lane, unless a special situation requires you to change lanes. If you see a yield sign in your driving lane, you must: slow down and stop your vehicle if necessary If you see a yield sign in your driving lane, you must slow down and stop your vehicle if necessary. Driving-Tests.org. All Rights Reserved. 31

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