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1. Orange colored signs and flags mean that you must be alert for:
Changed road conditions and/or road workers.
High occupancy lanes.
3. If a pedestrian is in a marked or unmarked crosswalk, you must
Increase your speed and cross the crosswalk quickly.
Reduce your speed and proceed with caution.
Not stop your vehicle.
Stop and wait until the pedestrian has passed.
4. Before slowing down, turning, stopping, or changing lanes, a driver should signal continuously for at least how many feet?
5. When you are driving in the left lane of a 4-lane freeway and wish to exit on the right, you should:
Carefully cross all the lanes at one time.
Accelerate so you travel faster than all other traffic on the highway.
Slow before beginning each lane change.
Change lanes one at a time until you are in the proper lane.
6. When you see a solid center line on your side of the road, you must
Change your lane.
Stop your vehicle.
Not pass on the left using the oncoming traffic lane
Not increase your speed.
7. An intersection with stop signs at all 4 (or more) corners, you must yield the right-of-way to the driver:
On your left.
Arrived before you.
On your right
8. If you are stopped, intending to turn left, but oncoming vehicles are approaching, you should:
Turn immediately if there are no pedestrians nearby.
Give the oncoming vehicles the right-of-way.
Turn because you have the right-of-way.
Keep driving, until you can find a safer place to make a turn.
9. What effect might alcohol and another drug have when combined in your blood
Increase the effects of both.
Have no effect on driving ability.
Reduce the effects of the drug or medicine
Reduce the effects of the alcohol.
10. When passing another vehicle:
Pass the vehicle as slowly as possible.
Drive at the same speed as the vehicle you are passing.
Pass the vehicle as safely and as quickly as possible.
11. If your car's suspension is bad, it can cause:
Play in the steering.
Vehicle control problems.
12. If you drive up a narrow, steep road and meet a car with no room to pass:
You should back down the road.
The other driver should back up the road.
Neither driver should back at all.
You should back down the road if the other vehicle is a truck.
13. If the motorist sees pedestrians in a crosswalk, what should the motorist do?
Pull to the right and go behind them.
Go ahead. the motorist has the right-of-way.
Wait for them to cross.
14. You should not enter an intersection with limited space, knowing you will block the intersection:
Unless you have the right-of-way.
Under any circumstances.
Unless some of the cross traffic can get around you.
Unless there are no drivers behind you.
15. Which of these is a safe driving practice?
Checking your rearview mirrors frequently.
Staring at the road ahead of your vehicle.
Using your high-beam lights in the fog.
16. You must make a full stop in all of the following situations, except
When you meet a flashing red traffic signal.
When you meet a steady red traffic signal.
When you meet a flashing yellow traffic signal
When you meet a stop sign.
17. You have stopped for a train at a railroad crossing. after the train passes, you must:
Watch for vehicles that must stop at railroad crossings (school buses, trucks carrying hazardous materials, etc.).
Watch for multiple trains.
All of the above
18. When looking ahead of your vehicle while driving, you should look:
Straight ahead at all times.
Only at the car ahead of you.
Straight ahead only if there are no vehicles behind you.
Back and forth, near and far.
19. When a bicyclist is making a left hand turn:
They wait on the side of the road.
They may use the left lane.
They cut through all lanes.
20. Which of the following substances can affect the ability to drive?
Tranquilizers, marijuana and sedatives.
Cough syrups and cold tablets containing codeine or antihistamines.
All of the above Grade
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