Course Driving Test (Lvls 1-10 + Extra)

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Who has to pass an approved driver education course in order to obtain a driver license?
A) Any individual under the age of 25
B) Any individual under the age of 16
C) Any individual under the age of 18
D) Anybody who wants a driver license

C

The Great Manure Crisis of 1894 happened in ___
A) New York.
B) Madrid.
C) Boston.
D) London.

D

Arnedee Bollee invented the ___
A) hybrid engine.
B) steam-powered engine.
C) solar vehicle.
D) gasoline-fueled internal combustion engine.

B

___ invented the gasoline-fueled internal combustion engine.
A) William Durant
B) Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler
C) Arnedee Bollee
D) Henry Ford

B

The Model T was created inexpensively due to ___.
A) assembly-line procedures
B) lots of car options
C) poor quality materials
D) cheap taxes

A

General Motors became the world's largest automobile manufacturer partly due to them offering consumers the option the option to buy vehicles on credit.
TRUE or FALSE?

TRUE

Volkswagen is a car manufacturer from ___.
A) Japan
B) England
C) Germany
D) the United States

C

Which car manufacturer was first to offer seat belts as standard equipment?
A) Broomsticks Company
B) Saab
C) Ford
D) Mercedes

B

George H.W. Bush mandated that all trucks had airbags by ___.
A) 2013
B) 1980
C) 2001
D) 1999

D

Early cars navigated by use of a steering ___.
A) guide
B) dog
C) tiller
D) wheel

C

The first car headlamps were based on ___.
A) electricity and gas
B) witchcraft
C) science
D) acetylene and oil

D

Smog (smoke and fog produced from vehicle emissions) is a type of ___.
A) fragrance
B) air pollutant
C) energy source
D) smoke

B

Hybrid cars use only one distinct power source.
TRUE or FALSE?

FALSE

You are on a busy road. What is the first thing you must do to better manage your space?
A) You must take action to get out of harm's way.
B) Search the roads for new information on road conditions and other drivers.
C) You must slow down and move to the

B

SIPDE stands for ___.
A) Search, Identify, Predict, Decide, Execute
B) Stop, Instruct, Plan, Destroy, Execute
C) Select, Inspect, Plan, Do, Exit
D) Scheme, Isolate, Predict, Destruct, Evolve

A

Your sense of ___ is the most crucial sense for driving.
A) hearing
B) smell
C) sight
D) common things

C

Areas that cannot be seen by the driver are called ___.
A) collision spots
B) blind spots
C) hiding spots
D) crash spots

B

In what position should you be to properly adjust your rear view mirror?
A) Slouching and looking straight ahead
B) Sitting up straight and looking straight ahead
C) Sitting up straight and waving at friends
D) Standing outside your vehicle

B

With the ___, drivers adjust their rear view mirrors so it doesn't show any part of their vehicle.
A) American method
B) Traditional method
C) Cali method
D) BGE method

D

The time period when drivers are most at risk of driving while drowsy is ___.
A) 6 PM - 12 AM
B) 12 AM - 6 AM
C) 6 AM - 12 PM
D) 12 PM - 6 PM

B

Inability to focus, yawning, and drifting between lanes are signs of ___.
A) defensive driving
B) aggressive driving
C) drowsy driving
D) Aceable driving

C

To avoid carbon monoxide poisoning, use the heater or air conditioner in a parked car with the windows closed.
TRUE or FALSE?

FALSE

Which of the following causes the most fatalities among teenagers in the US?
A) Plane crashes.
B) Natural disasters
C) Snake and spider bites
D) Car crashes
E) Boring teachers

D

When annoyed by another driver, what step should you take to be a safe driver?
A) Flash your high beams.
B) Honk.
C) Hit the brakes to warn the other driver.
D) Take a deep breath.
E) Display your middle finger.

D

Aggressive drivers can be dangerous because they confront other drivers and ___.
A) fall asleep at the wheel
B) don't answer questions
C) drive huge vehicles
D) drive recklessly

D

Changing lanes without signaling, slamming on brakes, or following other drivers too closely are examples of ___ driving.
A) aggressive
B) defensive
C) Aceable
D) quality

A

Which of the following is NOT considered a driving distraction?
A) Friends.
B) Texts.
C) Warning lights.
D) iPods

C

If you need to change the radio station, wait ___.
A) until the road is clear
B) for a red light
C) until "Free Bird" finishes
D) until you're out of the traffic jam

B

Using a cell phone delays a driver's reactions as much as ___.
A) sister Irene after communion
B) someone who spins around a bat 3x
C) a blood alcohol concentration of .08
D) a blood alcohol concentration of .02

C

To limit and manage multitask performances, you must ___.
A) hide distractions
B) prepare yourself
C) All choices are correct.
D) focus on driving

C

You are ___ more likely to crash if texting while driving.
A) 23 times
B) 32 times
C) 2 times
D) not

A

Why is driving after mixing two drugs more dangerous than driving under the influence of one drug?
A) It's hard to predict how you'll react to the combination.
B) Mixing drugs means less risk of overdosing.
C) It's equally dangerous.
D) It's actually less

A

The faster you drive, the less ___ you'll have.
A) traction
B) traffic tickets
C) radio reception
D) total driving distance
(3)

A

When driving up a steep incline, you should ___ to maintain a constant speed.
A) gently apply the brake
B) increase pressure on the accelerator pedal
C) decrease pressure on the accelerator pedal
D) maintain a firm hold on the steering wheel

B

When parking uphill with a curb, turn the front wheels towards the ___.
A) sun
B) street
C) driver
D) curb

B

When parking uphill or downhill WITHOUT a curb, turn your wheels so the vehicle will roll ___ the center of the road if the brakes fail.
A) towards
B) parallel to
C) away from
D) into

C

If you were in a car crash and weren't wearing your seat belt, you'd keep moving at the speed of the crash.
TRUE or FALSE?

TRUE

When you accelerate, where does the weight of your vehicle shift towards?
A) the west side tires
B) the rear tires
C) the front tires
D) the left side tires

B

You are ___ times more likely to be ejected from a crashing vehicle if you're not wearing a seat belt.
A) 5
B) 30
C) 3
D) 10

B

Your vehicle's ___ and ___ have the greatest impact on traction.
A) tires, steering wheel condition
B) height, brake fluid levels
C) brake fluid levels, length
D) weight, tires

D

You can use a penny to check if your vehicle's tires need replacing.
TRUE or FALSE?

TRUE

When checking to see if your vehicle's tires need new tires, see if you can see Lincoln's head to know if you need new tires.
TRUE or FALSE?

TRUE

Over-inflated tires are more likely to have a blowout, and under-inflated tires wear the sides of the tire.
TRUE or FALSE?

TRUE

Driving on an icy road will affect your ___.
A) tire alignment
B) vision
C) stopping distance
D) headlights

C

Snow, ice, and leaves could cause you to ___.
A) lose traction on the road
B) make better turns
C) have a good time spinning out
D) stop more quickly

A

What is one of the steps you should take while skidding?
A) oversteer in the opposite direction
B) hit the brakes
C) take your foot off the brake
D) hit the accelerator

C

If your front tires lose traction and skid, you should ___.
A) use the emergency brake
B) turn sharply in the opposite direction
C) steer in the direction you want to go
D) jam your brakes

C

What must you do if your car starts to skid?
A) Take your foot off the gas pedal and your hands off the steering wheel.
B) Press on the gas pedal and turn your steering wheel away from the skid.
C) Slam on the brakes.
D) Ease pressure off the gas pedal an

D

In a traffic collision, the bigger the vehicle and the faster it's traveling, ___.
A) the bigger the force of impact
B) the smaller the ticket
C) the shorter the braking distance
D) the weaker the gravity

A

Where do broadside collisions most commonly occur?
A) On rural roads
B) On one-way streets
C) On highways
D) At intersections

D

At a stop sign, you must "---".
A) slow down to watch for pedestrians before crossing
B) make a complete stop right on top of the pedestrian crosswalk
C) make complete stop without blocking the pedestrian crosswalk
D) speed up. It's opposite day!
(4)

C

You see a sign posted on a highway underpass that lists a measurement of 12'-6''. What does it mean?
A) It tells you how far away the next intersection is.
B) A following distance of 12'6'' is recommended.
C) Vehicles must be shorter than 12'6'' to pass.

D

Driving yourself to school, you see this sign (HOV 2+ ONLY, 6 AM-9 AM, MON-FRI) over the lane you are in. What should you do?
A) Stay in the lane. High occupancy vehicles can't use this in the A.M.
B) Switch lanes. Only high occupancy vehicles can use thi

B

You are driving down the highway when you see a "ROUGH ROAD" sign. What is its meaning?
A) The road surface ahead is in poor condition. Slow down.
B) The road ahead is not for the soft of heart.
C) The road ahead is for large vehicles. If you're in one, s

A

Can you wait at a reserved parking space without a disabled license plate?
A) Yes. He will be gone soon.
B) No. Pete doesn't have a wheelchair in his vehicles now.
C) Yes. There are many other free parking spaces of this type.
D) No. You can only park her

D

What may happen if you drive on the road shoulder near a "SOFT SHOULDER" sign?
A) Your tires may show less damage.
B) You might make the shoulder cry.
C) You'll look like you never did any shrugs.
D) You may lose control of your vehicle.

D

If you see a "BUMP" sign while driving, what should you do?
A) speed up to get over the bump as soon as possible
B) move around the bump
C) see how high your vehicle can jump
D) slow down to avoid an uncomfortable jolt.

D

What does a "PHOTO ENFORCED" sign warn you of?
A) A camera is continuously taking photos at this intersection.
B) You are required to take a photo at this intersection.
C) Photos taken at this intersection will be posted on social media.
D) Running a red

D

You may turn left on red when ___.
A) a two-way street meets a two-way street
B) the light is a red arrow
C) you're in a residential area
D) a one-way street meets a one-way street

D

What should you do at a yellow traffic light?
A) Slam on the brakes.
B) Speed up to cross before the light turns red.
C) Stop if it's safe to do so.
D) Drive through the intersection, but slowly.

C

Emma is waiting at a red traffic light. When the light turns green, Emma should ___ before driving forward.
A) put the pedal to the metal
B) check her side mirrors
C) check right and left for careless drivers
D) yield to oncoming traffic

C

What should you do at a flashing red traffic signal?
A) Stop completely, then proceed when it's safe.
B) Keep going. The light is broken.
C) Turn around.
D) Go slowly through the intersection.

A

Automatic speeding enforcement systems can catch you speeding and send you a ticket in the mail.
TRUE or FALSE?

TRUE

Can you cross solid yellow pavement markings in order to pass another vehicle?
A) Only if there are no oncoming cars.
B) No, you can't cross them.
C) Yes, you can always cross them.
D) Only if you're 100 feet away from a hill.

B

Broken yellow lines separate ___.
A) two-lane roads with one-way traffic
B) racing lanes
C) two-way roads where you can legally pass
D) one-lane roads where you can't pass

C

When is the only time you should enter center lanes placed in the middle of two-way roads?
A) When you drop something out of your window and need to retrieve it.
B) When you need to stop and take a break.
C) To make a safe left turn.
D) When you need to p

C

The center turn lane can only be used for ___.
A) right turns
B) stopping
C) left turns
D) passing

C

Which of the following tests is NOT one of the three tests you'll need to take for your driver license?
A) driving test (behind-the-wheel)
B) written knowledge test
C) vision test
D) fitness test
(5)

D

If you fail the written exam, you'll have to wait ___ days before you can retake the exam.
A) 30
B) 2
C) 7
D) 14

C

You can take the behind-the-wheel driving test ___ before your instruction permit will be invalid.
A) only once
B) twice
C) 3 times
D) as many times as you need to

C

If a minor (age 13 to 20) is convicted of using alcohol or a controlled substance, the court will order the suspension of their driver license for ___.
A) two years
B) one year
C) six months
D) one month

B

When pulled over by a law enforcement officer, you should ___.
A) stop right where you are
B) pull over and stop to the right of the road
C) try your best to lose the officer
D) move over to the center lane

B

Car owners have to take on several financial responsibilities. Which of the following ISN'T one of them?
A) Gas
B) Registration
C) Organ and tissue donations
D) Insurance

C

How do you check a vehicle's suspension during a pre-purchase/lease inspection?
A) By pressing down on each corner of the vehicle.
B) By driving really fast over speed bumps.
C) By sitting in different seats and bouncing up and down.
D) By looking under t

A

Buying a vehicle is a huge purchase and you should always bring ___ with you.
A) an expert
B) your friends
C) your checkbook
D) your pets

A

What is one important factor to take into account before agreeing to a financing deal?
A) How much you'll have to pay in the beginning.
B) How pretty the car is.
C) How much you'll end up paying in the end.
D) How much you want the car right now.

C

Not having car insurance is ___.
A) recommended
B) legal
C) cost-effective
D) illegal

D

Liability insurance pays for the expenses of others in crashes caused by ___ under your policy.
A) only you
B) you and other drivers covered
C) you and your family covered
D) other drivers not covered

B

How often should you change the oil and oil filter in your vehicle?
A) Every 10,000 miles.
B) Every 3 months.
C) Every 2 months or 2,000 miles
D) Every 3 months or 3,000 miles
(6)

D

How do you know when to replace the pads in your disc brakes?
A) When the warning light on your dashboard comes on.
B) When you hear a squealing noise while braking.
C) After 3,000 miles.
D) When your tires are worn.

B

To signal that you're turning right, push the turn signal lever ___.
A) out
B) up
C) down
D) in

B

The controls of the windshield wiper and windshield washer are usually located on ___.
A) two levers
B) over your head
C) one switch
D) the center console

C

Where do you find the gearshift lever in a vehicle with an automatic transmission?
A) Under your seat.
B) In the glove compartment.
C) On the center console or steering column.
D) On the dashboard.

C

You're driving on the highway an hour before sunset, but you can barely make out the vehicle 500 feet in front of you. What should you do?
A) Turn on your headlights.
B) Turn your headlights off.
C) Speed up to catch up to the car.
D) Wait 30 minutes, the

A

What is one of the CONS to purchasing a new car?
A) Less maintenance.
B) Don't get to hang out with Craig and his list.
C) Higher price.
D) Warranty.

C

How many days do you have to register a newly purchased vehicle?
A) 60 days
B) 15 days
C) 1 year
D) 30 days

D

To get the best deal on a vehicle, you should pay ___.
A) for a new car
B) in cash
C) using a bank loan
D) late

B

A car thief is more likely to steal a new car than an old car.
TRUE or FALSE?

FALSE

A great way to prevent car break-ins is to ___.
A) hide your keys in the ignition
B) leave the engine running
C) not leave valuables in your car
D) park your car in desolate areas

C

In order to avoid accidents, good defensive drivers steer clear of ___.
A) other driver's blind spots
B) driving altogether
C) acceleration lanes
D) highways
(7)

A

The suggested safe following distance for drivers is ___ seconds.
A) 6
B) 3
C) 2
D) 1

B

If the road becomes wet or crowded, you should ___.
A) drive faster
B) maintain your following distance
C) decrease your following distance
D) increase your following distance

D

At a 4-way stop, drivers ___ should go first.
A) who are dancing
B) who are on the left
C) who arrived first
D) who are in the biggest vehicle

C

When roads of different pavement surfaces meet, drivers on ___ should be given the right of way.
A) unpaved roads
B) driveways
C) roads paved with gold
D) paved roads

D

In a traffic circle/roundabout, yield the right of way to "---" .
A) vehicles on the right
B) vehicles already in the traffic circle/roundabout
C) vehicles exiting the roundabout
D) circle-shaped vehicles

B

In a ___, yield the right way to drivers already in the intersection.
A) party
B) T-intersection
C) traffic circle/roundabout
D) public-private street intersection

C

If an emergency vehicle on the side of the road has its lights on you must ___.
A) come to a complete stop
B) get photos and videos
C) move a lane over or slow down
D) maintain your speed

C

Riley is riding his motorcycle on a road that ends in a cross street. What should he do at the T-intersection?
A) Riley has the right of way before vehicles on the cross street.
B) Riley needs to yield the right of way to vehicles on the cross street.
C)

B

Before changing gears to reverse it is important to ___.
A) have a clear view of the front windshield
B) let go of the brake
C) have two hands on the steering wheel
D) have a clear view of the rear window

D

An alternate route that is provided because of road conditions is called ___.
A) a freeway
B) plan B
C) a detour
D) roundabout

C

Pete's mother has a physical disability. He borrows her car to go to the grocery store and parks in one of the spaces reserved for disabled customers up front. Was this correct?
A) Yes, he is buying groceries from his mother.
B) No, Pete needs yo exercise

D

When parallel parking, what is the first thing you must do?
A) Pull up even with the rear car, about two feet out from the space.
B) Pull up even with the front car, about two feet out from the space.
C) Get the front of your vehicle into the space to res

B

Where should you position your car to start parallel parking?
A) Line up even with the car in front of your spot.
B) Drive directly into the spot.
C) Get your car perpendicular to the curb.
D) Align yourself with the car behind the spot.

A

Casey is planning on taking a road trip with her friends. What should she take care of before driving?
A) She must make sure she has enough mix CDs.
B) She should check her tires before driving.
C) Nothing. Spontaneous trips are the best!
D) She should ma

B

The acceleration lane on expressways is used for ___.
A) entering the freeway
B) pulling over
C) passing other vehicles
D) leaving the freeway

A

Most fatal crashes that involve speeding happen on the highway.
TRUE or FALSE

FALSE

How can you avoid highway hypnosis?
A) Stop every 5 hours or 300 miles.
B) Don't drive with hypnotists.
C) Don't drive more than 12 hours a day.
D) Don't drive more than 8 hours a day and stop every 2 hours or 100 miles.

D

What is the first step in safely passing another vehicle?
A) Switch back to your lane.
B) Wait until you're near an intersection.
C) Make sure you have a clear path.
D) Flash your high beams.

C

You are driving on the highway and wish to pass the vehicle in front of you. What is the first thing you should do?
A) honk your horn to keep from surprising the driver
B) check to see if everything is clear
C) all choices are incorrect
D) shake your arm

B

Which factor was involved in the highest percentage of traffic fatalities?
A) bad weather
B) distractions
C) drunk driving
D) speeding
(8)

C

___ is your sense of the position your body is in.
A) Amnesia
B) Hearing
C) ESP
D) Kinesthesia

D

Your engine might be flooded if you smell ___ while driving.
A) a burnt plastic smell
B) freshly baked cookies
C) a steamy, sweet smell
D) gasoline

D

Peripheral vision is what you see when you look straight ahead through your windshield.
TRUE or FALSE?

FALSE

The majority of visual information you get while driving is from:
A) the dashboard
B) peripheral vision
C) central vision
D) hindsight

C

If you have a vehicle emergency while on the road, you should pull over to the ___ as far as possible.
A) middle
B) right
C) left
D) median

B

If your brakes fail while driving a car with a manual transmission, what should you do?
A) steer in a zig-zag to lose speed
B) shift to higher gear
C) downshift to a lower gear
D) don't change gears

C

If your headlights go out, turn on all of the following EXCEPT your:
A) signal lights
B) parking lights
C) hazard lights
D) nightlights

D

Braking during a steering failure may cause your vehicle to ___.
A) relax
B) accelerate
C) not do anything
D) swerve

D

What could it mean if your car makes a whining sound during steering?
A) The power steering fluid is low.
B) The brake pads are worn out.
C) The engine is overheating.
D) The oil pressure is high.

A

Checking your tire pressure regularly will make ___ less likely.
A) good gas mileage
B) engine failure
C) blowouts
D) battery failure

C

Why shouldn't you turn off your car if the accelerator sticks?
A) You won't be able to use power steering.
B) You won't be able to use power steering or your brakes.
C) You won't be able to use your brakes.
D) You won't be able to use your accelerator.

B

If your vehicle overheats, you should do all of the following, EXCEPT:
A) pull over
B) turn on the heater
C) turn off the AC
D) remove the radiator cap

D

On her way to work, Emma reaches an intersection without signs or signals. After stopping completely, what should she do?
A) Emma needs to get out of her vehicle and volunteer as an intersection controller.
B) Emma has the right of way before vehicles in

D

Which of the following is NOT a good tool to use when driving in fog?
A) Your defroster
B) Your low-beam headlights
C) Your high-beam headlights
D) Your wipers

C

Why should you give more space to bicyclists, pedestrians, and motorcyclists in bad weather?
A) They are more likely to ignore bad weather.
B) They always take risks.
C) Bad weather is even more difficult for them.
D) Bad weather doesn't affect them.

C

Check your windshield wipers, headlights, brake lights, and tires to prepare for ___.
A) car inspection
B) wet weather
C) car shows
D) hot weather

B

For recovering from hydroplaning, apply ___ pressure to the brakes.
A) sudden
B) all-of-the
C) abrupt
D) gradual

D

___ inches of water will cause tires to lose traction and make them slide.
A) 24
B) 12
C) 1
D) 6

D

When approaching a flooded area, what is the correct response?
A) Drive slowly through the standing water.
B) Turn on wipers.
C) Accelerate to gain momentum.
D) Turn around and drive in the opposite direction.

D

What will be affected when you drive on icy roads?
A) Your ability to shift.
B) Your stopping distance.
C) Your ability to use headlights.
D) Your sanity.

B

What does Ace tell you to keep in your car during winter months?
A) jack and spare tire
B) shovel and sandbags
C) salt and car litter
D) rope and wrench

B

The purpose of carrying sandbags is to weight down your vehicle for traction.
TRUE or FALSE?

TRUE

Prepare for winter weather by:
A) opening the radiator
B) keeping maintenance up-to-date
C) slashing tires
D) emptying the windshield fluid

B

One way to get unstuck from mud is to let a little air out of the tires.
TRUE or FALSE?

TRUE

What are two of your responsibilities as a driver?
A) Observe and manage the lanes around you.
B) Manage and avoid the lanes around you.
C) Lead and manage the lanes around you.
D) Observe and dominate the lanes around you.

A

To ensure you are visible to oncoming vehicles after a collision, turn on your ___.
A) car
B) hazard lights
C) headlights
D) fog lights

B

You can never be held liable for trying to help someone.
TRUE or FALSE

FALSE

You can be held liable if you are expecting payment or your negligence cause the crash.
TRUE or FALSE

TRUE

You must do all of the following when aiding the injured in a crash EXCEPT:
A) You should stop serious bleeding with thick cloths.
B) You should refrain form lifting or moving the victim unless you have to.
C) You should call an ambulance
D) You should mo

D

You must do all of the following before leaving the scene of a crash EXCEPT:
A) Give your contact information to the others involved.
B) Turn in your license.
C) Get the contact information from the others involved.
D) Make sure nobody was hurt.

B

You are not liable for damage to property next to a street or highway if in a collision.
TRUE or FALSE?

FALSE

Which consequence of a crash is the most expensive?
A) injury or death or another person
B) damaged self esteem
C) vehicle damage
D) property damage

A

That state requires all drivers to purchase a minimum amount of liability insurance. Why?
A) To give insurance robots something extra to do.
B) To make every financially responsible for damage others may cause.
C) To make the state responsible for propert

D

Liability insurance is the only type of insurance that is required.
TRUE or FALSE?

TRUE

To cross a street, pedestrians should always use ___.
A) The crosswalk.
B) The center turn lane.
C) The sidewalk,
D) Bicyclists as shields.
(9)

A

A pedestrian may ___ if there aren't sidewalks.
A) walk against traffic (on the left side of the street)
B) walk in the center of the street
C) not use a street
D) walk towards traffic (on the right side of the street)

A

Pedestrians who are drinking or under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs should stay off the streets.
TRUE or FALSE?

TRUE

If a school bus on your side of these road is displaying its stop signal:
A) Proceed with caution.
B) Stop.
C) The driver is in an emergency.
D) Drive past quickly.

B

While driving, you see a school bus in the opposite lane dropping off students. There is no median. When is it okay to go?
A) You can go as soon as the students are safely on the sidewalk.
B) Don't stop. You have the right of way.
C) You can go once the r

C

Bicyclists must always ride as close as possible to the right club or edge of the road, no exceptions.
TRUE or FALSE?

FALSE

Bike crashes are most common when ___.
A) the driver turns in front of the path of a biker.
B) the driver doesn't give a biker the right of way at an intersection.
C) the driver turns in front of the path of a biker OR the driver doesn't give a biker the

C

If you approach a horse on the road while driving, you should NOT:
A) avoid making sudden movements
B) drive slowly
C) follow any orders given by the animal's owner
D) honk your horn so it will get out of the way

D

A dog is allowed to ride in the bed of a truck as long as:
A) He is accompanied by someone over over the age of 16
B) Another passenger called "shotgun" first
C) He is properly secured
D) The trip is less than 5 miles

C

No matter what, avoid hitting animals on the road.
TRUE or FALSE?

FALSE

Avoiding a collision with an animal by swerving or hitting the brakes can be even more dangerous than hitting an animal.
TRUE or FALSE?

TRUE

Stopped in an intersection at a red light, you are in the lane left of a semi truck. What should you look out for when the light turns green?
A) Be in the lookout for the truck making a left turn.
B) Be on the lookout for the truck making a wide right tur

B

Why do trucks need to make wide right turns?
A) low visibility
B) off-tracking AND low visibility
C) off-tracking
D) carelessness

B

If you can't see the truck driver in their side mirror, they can't see you either.
TRUE or FALSE?

TRUE

If emergency vehicles are responding to an emergency, you need to ___.
A) keep going
B) slow down but don't move over
C) pull over and stop on the right side
D) stop right where you are, even in the middle of the street

C

Alcohol is a ___ drug that affects your coordination, judgement, perception, and emotional state.
A) depressant
B) street
C) prescription
D) upper
(10)

A

Why is drinking especially damaging to an underage individual?
A) It isn't. Drinking hurts everybody the same.
B) It damages a still-developing brain.
C) It actually hurts adults more than minors.
D) It leaves less time for sitcoms.

B

Why does drinking increase your chances of getting a cold or flu?
A) Alcohol makes it easier to forget putting a coat on at night.
B) Alcohol weakens your immune system.
C) Teenagers often share drinks, therefore spread their germs around.
D) Alcohol does

B

What does BAC measure?
A) Your percentage of alcohol per volume of blood in your body.
B) Your walking ability.
C) Your percentage of blood per volume of alcohol in your body.
D) Your resting heartbeat.

A

What alcohol content would a bottle of 80 proof vodka have?
A) 80% alcohol content
B) 40% alcohol content
C) 8 oz. alcohol content
D) not enough

B

Which tool does the state use to determine the presence of alcohol in an individual's body?
A) The drunkfactor.
B) Hypnosis.
C) A breathalyzer
D) A drunk driving detector.

C

Which of the following is NOT a factor that affects Blood Alcohol Concentration?
A) Color of alcohol
B) Amount of alcohol consumed
C) Gender
D) Body size

A

In order to remove alcohol from your system, your liver has to work 2 hours ___.
A) in total
B) for 3 beers
C) for every drink you have
D) for every 2 shots

C

What is a breathalyzer?
A) a tool that helps the elderly breathe
B) a tool that measures bad breath
C) a tool to test drivers' blood alcohol content
D) a tool that helps the police breathe after running

C

What is a consequence of refusing a law enforcement officer's request to take breathalyzer or blood test?
A) You will receive a warning from the police officer.
B) Your driver license is automatically suspended.
C) Nothing happens if it's a first-time off

B

Police cannot make you take a blood alcohol test by force unless ___.
A) You have a DUI on your record.
B) You appear drunk.
C) You caused a serious collision.
D) They can never force you.

C

Which law states that you may not have an open container of alcohol in your vehicle?
A) Minor in Possession
B) Open Container
C) Intoxication Assault
D) Public Intoxication

B

Under law, an opened wine bottle with the cork tightly closed is considered ___.
A) a sealed wine bottle
B) a safe container
C) an open container
D) a closed container

C

The open container law applies to ___.
A) drunk drivers
B) only vehicles being driven
C) all vehicles, moving or not
D) minors

C

Both illegal and prescription/over-the-counter drugs can have negative effects on your ability can drive.
TRUE or FALSE?

TRUE

What is the most common drug (besides alcohol) found in crashes involving impaired drivers?
A) prescription drugs
B) heroin
C) cocaine
D) marijuana

D

What is the number one cause of death for teenagers?
A) oversleeping
B) traffic collisions
C) homicide
D) homework

B

What are the two major drug categories?
A) Depressants and prescription drugs.
B) Stimulants and prescription drugs.
C) Stimulants and depressants.
D) Stimulants and over-the-counter drugs.

C

Which is NOT a physiological effect of stimulants?
A) Pupil dilation
B) Increase in body temperature
C) Muscle spams
D) Muscle relaxation

D

Which of the following is NOT AN effect of using cocaine?
A) It can cause heart problems.
B) It can damage the inside of the nose.
C) It can transmit STD's.
D) It can improve your heart.

D

___ drugs distort the way the user processes reality.
A) Hallucinogenic
B) Depressant
C) Stimulant
D) Carcinogenic

A

Research has found that ___ of marijuana could be more dangerous than the drug itself.
A) medical versions
B) withdrawal
C) low amounts
D) synthetic versions

D

Only ILLEGAL drug use can negatively alter your vision and cause a crash.
TRUE or FALSE?

FALSE

To turn left from a multi-lane one-way street onto a one-way street, you should start your turn from:
A) The lane in the center of the road
B) The lane closest to the left club
C) Any lane (as long as it is safe)

B

The acceleration lane on freeways is used for "---" .
A) entering the free way
B) passing other vehicles
C) pulling over
D) leaving the freeway

A

Whenever you enter traffic, signal and be sure you:
A) Should drive slower than other traffic for 2000 feet.
B) Stick your nose out far enough so someone will HAVE to let you in.
C) Have enough room to safely enter the lane.
D) Should wait for the first t

C

If you are parking downhill, turn out wheels toward the "---" .
A) street
B) sun
C) curb
D) all choices are incorrect

C

The center turn lane can only be used for "---" .
A) passing
B) stopping
C) right turns
D) left turns

D

What is driving?
A) Driving is a privilege.
B) Driving is a participle.
C) Driving is a right.
D) Driving is pretty cool, dude.

A

You are driving on a freeway posted for 65 mph. Most of the other vehicles are driving 70 mph or faster. You may legally drive:
A) 70 mph or faster to keep up with the speed of traffic.
B) Between 65 mph and 70 mph.
C) No faster than 65 mph.

C

If driving in fog, you should "---" .
A) use you defroster
B) use low-beam headlights
C) use your wipers
D) All choices are correct

D

Triangle-shaped signs are "---" .
A) regulatory signs
B) stop signs
C) yield signs
D) railroad signs

C

Watch out for semi trucks making "---" .
A) wide right turns
B) sudden stops
C) quick starts
D) loud noises

A

Circle-shaped signs are "---" .
A) regulatory signs
B) stop signs
C) railroad warning signs
D) No Passing signs

C

When parking uphill with a curb, turn the front wheels away from the "---".
A) all choices are incorrect
B) street
C) curb
D) sun

C

Which of the following is NOT a physiological effect of alcohol that impairs your driving abilities?
A) Alcohol disturbs your concentration.
B) Alcohol impairs your vision.
C) Alcohol worsens your reaction time.
D) Alcohol lowers your body temperature.

D

Roadways are the most slippery:
A) During a heavy downpour.
B) After it has been raining for awhile.
C) When it first rains after a dry spell.

C

Large trucks (AKA semi trucks) have "---" .
A) fast braking abilities
B) the best pine tree air fresheners
C) large blind spots to the side and rear
D) cool mud flaps

C

On a one-way street, what color is the broken lane marker?
A) white
B) green
C) yellow
D) black

A

DON'T pass another vehicle if you are within 100 feet of "---" .
A) a bridge
B) an intersection
C) a tunnel
D) All choices are correct.

D

Josh clams on the brakes to let a stray cat cross his path unharmed. Which way will his vehicle's weight move and why?
A) It will move forward due to inertia.
B) It will move backward due to inertia.
C) It will move to the right due to gravity.
D) It will

A

You consent to take a chemical test for the alcohol content of your blood, breath, or urine:
A) Whenever you drive in California.
B) Only if you have been drinking alcohol.
C) Only if you have a collision.

A

Dim your high-beams for oncoming vehicles or when you are within 300 feet of a vehicle:
A) That you are approaching from behind.
B) That you have already passed.
C) That is approaching you from behind.

A

How far away should you be from the steering wheel?
A) 10 to 12 centimeters
B) 20 to 22 inches
C) You should be as close as possible.
D) 10 to 12 inches

D

The faster you're driving, the longer your "---" should be.
A) conversation
B) to-do list
C) trip
D) following interval

D

A large truck is ahead of you and is turning right onto a street with two lanes in each direction. The truck:
A) May have to swing wide to complete the right turn.
B) Must stay in the right lane at all times while turning.
C) May complete its turn in eith

A

A solid line on the road pavement means "---" .
A) traffic is flowing in both directions
B) you're on a one-way street
C) passing is okay
D) you cannot pass or cross the line

D

You are on a divided highway with a raised median when you see a school bus stopped on the other side of the road. Are you legally required to stop?
A) No, because the oncoming traffic is separated by a raised median.
B) No, because you must always stop f

A

Which of the following is NOT a good tool to use when driving in fog?
A) Your high-beam headlights
B) Your wipers
C) Your low-beam headlights
D) Your defroster

A

How many feet in advance should you use your turn signal before making a turn?
A) 25 feet
B) 100 feet
C) 300 feet
D) 50 feet

B

What should you NOT do if your vehicle starts skidding?
A) take your foot off the accelerator
B) steer in the direction you want to go
C) slam on the brakes
D) keep your eyes on the road

C

Which type of pavement marking should you never cross?
A) solid lines
B) dashed yellow lines
C) dashed white lines

A

The main color for regulatory signs is "---" .
A) Red
B) Yellow
C) Green
D) Blue
E) Orange
F) Brown
G) Pink

A

The main color for warning and school zone signs is "---" .
A) Red
B) Yellow
C) Green
D) Blue
E) Orange
F) Brown
G) Pink

B

The main color for guide signs is "---" .
A) Red
B) Yellow
C) Green
D) Blue
E) Orange
F) Brown
G) Pink

C

The main color for service signs is "---" .
A) Red
B) Yellow
C) Green
D) Blue
E) Orange
F) Brown
G) Pink

D

The main color for construction signs is "---" .
A) Red
B) Yellow
C) Green
D) Blue
E) Orange
F) Brown
G) Pink

E

The main color for recreation signs is "---" .
A) Red
B) Yellow
C) Green
D) Blue
E) Orange
F) Brown
G) Pink

F

The main color for incident management signs is "---" .
A) Red
B) Yellow
C) Green
D) Blue
E) Orange
F) Brown
G) Pink

G

It's legal to drive across private property in order to make a right turn.
TRUE or FALSE?

TRUE

What should you do when you see a sign signifying a sharp curve?
A) keep right
B) slow down
C) do not pass
D) All choices are correct.

D

Should you always drive slower than other traffic?
A) Yes, it is always safer than driving faster than other traffic.
B) No, you can block traffic when you drive too slowly.
C) Yes, it is a good defensive driving technique.

B

What is the standard speed limit when a school zone is in effect?
A) 50 mph
B) 10 mph
C) 45 mph
D) 20 mph

D

In "---" , yield the right of way to drivers on the right.
A) uncontrolled intersections
B) traffic circles
C) Acelandia
D) no intersections

A

What should you do if you need to turn left at a flashing yellow traffic signal?
A) Speed up.
B) Slow down and only yield to traffic on the right.
C) Yield to oncoming traffic.
D) Stop and wait for a green flashing arrow.

C

Ace is on the road, and he is holding his right arm straight out to the right. Which cyclist sign is Ace demonstrating?
A) left turn
B) slowing/stopping
C) right turn
D) deuces

C

In a traffic circle roundabout, yield the right of way to "---" .
A) vehicles on the right
B) vehicles already in the traffic circle roundabout
C) vehicles exiting the roundabout
D) circle-shaped vehicles

B

What is the number one cause of death for teenagers?
A) suicide
B) cancer
C) homicide
D) traffic collisions

D

Always use your "---" at night, between sunset and sunrise.
A) headlights
B) emergency flashers
C) daytime running lights
D) high beams

A

At a stop sign, you must "---".
A) slow down to watch for pedestrians before crossing
B) make a complete stop right on top of the pedestrian crosswalk
C) make complete stop without blocking the pedestrian crosswalk
D) speed up. It's opposite day!

C

A pedestrian is crossing your lane but there is no marked crosswalk. You should:
A) Carefully drive around the pedestrian.
B) Stop and let the pedestrian cross the street.
C) Make sure the pedestrian sees you, but continue driving.

B

What should you do if the traffic lights at an intersection are out?
A) treat the intersection as a traffic circle
B) communicate using Morse code signals
C) keep going if your road is bigger
D) treat the intersection as a 4-way stop

D

Why is predicting alcohol's effect on an individual so difficult?
A) What a person has eaten is a variable.
B) All choices are correct.
C) Medication affects the influence of alcohol.
D) A person's emotional state factors into alcohol's effect.

B

Which of the following is a good strategy for avoiding fatigue?
A) sitting up straight
B) texting
C) turning off the radio
D) making the care nice and warm

A

The center of your roadway is marked with a broken and solid yellow line. If the broken yellow line is on your side (the right of the solid yellow), it means ___.
A) You are not legally allowed to pass.
B) You are on the wrong side of the road.
C) Both si

D

The faster you are speeding, the ___ it will take for you to stop.
A) longer amount of time
B) quicker
C) less force
D) shorter amount of time

A

Pennant-shaped signs are ___.
A) school crossing signs
B) stop signs
C) No Passing signs
D) railroad signs

C

If you are involved in a traffic collision, you are required to complete and submit a written report (SR1) to the DMV:
A) Only if you are at fault.
B) If there is property damage in excess of $750 or if there are any injuries.
C) Only if you or the other

B

To test brakes after driving through high water, you should switch to a low gear and brake lightly every ___.
A) mile
B) 20 feet
C) 200 feet
D) 400 feet

C

When you tailgate other drivers (drive close to their rear bumper):
A) Your actions cannot result in a traffic citation.
B) You help reduce traffic congestion.
C) You can frustrate the other drivers and make them angry.

C

When should turn signals be used?
A) changing lanes
B) All choices are correct
C) pulling away from the curb
D) turning

B

If you are blinded by an oncoming vehicle's bright headlights, ___.
A) turn on your high beams too
B) use the lines on the outside edge of the road to guide your steering
C) look straight ahead for guidance
D) turn off all your headlights in order to see

B

When should you increase your following interval?
A) during bad weather
B) don't change your following interval
C) during bad weather and when speeds increase
D) when the speed limit increases

C

If you see fire or smoke coming from your vehicle's hood, you should pull over and get away from the vehicle as soon as possible.
TRUE or FALSE?

TRUE

When another vehicle is trying to pass you, DO NOT ___.
A) stay to the right side of your lane
B) stay in your lane
C) increase your speed
D) give the passing vehicle space

C

Dim your high-beams for oncoming vehicles or when you are within 300 feet of a vehicle:
A) If that vehicle is approaching you from behind.
B) If you are approaching from behind.
C) If you have already passed.

B

What should you do before you're within 100 feet of a turn you need to make?
A) Flash your headlights.
B) Increase your speed.
C) Turn on your hazard lights.
D) Turn on your turn signal.

D

How do many motorcycle crashes happen?
A) blind spots
B) left turns
C) aggressive driving
D) left turns and blind spots

D

How does alcohol affect your ability to drive?
A) All choices are correct.
B) Depth perception is off.
C) Your vision is blurred.
D) Peripherals are harder to see.

A

It is a criminal offense to provide false identification to a police officer that has lawfully arrested or detained you.
TRUE or FALSE?

TRUE

Staring at a crash or other distraction on the side of the road as you drive is called.
A) rubbernecking
B) visual targeting
C) visual aiming
D) oogling

A