DMV Permit Test #7

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This Alaska DMV practise tests contain questions based on the most essential traffic signs and limitations from the Alaska Driver Handbook. Use actual questions that are very close (often identical!) to the DMV driving permit test and driver's licence exam to prepare for the DMV driving permit test and driver's licence.. Read More

This Alaska DMV practise tests contain questions based on the most essential traffic signs and limitations from the Alaska Driver Handbook. Use actual questions that are very close (often identical!) to the DMV driving permit test and driver's licence exam to prepare for the DMV driving permit test and driver's licence exam.

To help you recall the topics, each practise test question includes a suggestion and explanation. The written component of the official DMV test will include questions about road rules, traffic signs, and driving statutes, as well as information from the Driver Handbook.

To get the required passing mark, you must correctly answer 16 out of 20 questions. Take our DMV practise exam to help you prepare for your Alaska instruction permit or driver's licence.

The DMV exam is available in multiple languages.

Using any form of testing aid will result in an automatic failure, and the DMV may take further action against your driver's licence, so don't do it.

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14 . Car drivers should know that large trucks:

All of the above. A large truck has large blind spots to the front, sides, and rear of the vehicle. Avoid lingering in these areas. Because of their larger size and weight, trucks require more room to maneuver and stop than passenger vehicles.

15 . Highway markings:

Are usually red and blue in color. Highway markings provide information for drivers. Markings help drivers correctly position their vehicles on roadways, inform drivers of safe passing zones, and warn drivers about upcoming conditions.

16 . When a vehicle with an Anti-Lock Braking System starts to lose traction on a slippery road, drivers should:

Lightly tap the brakes. If their vehicle loses traction on a slippery road, a driver with an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) needs to press down hard on the brake pedal, hold it, and steer out of danger. In an emergency situation, the ABS automatically pumps the brakes at a faster rate than the driver could. Removing steady pressure from the brake pedal or pumping the brakes will disengage the ABS.

17 . Your blind spot is the area of the road:

You see in your side mirror. Blind spots are areas that a driver cannot see without moving their head. They can be located to the sides of and behind a vehicle.

18 . An approaching driver fails to dim their high beam headlights. Where should you look?

Straight down the middle of the road. If an approaching driver fails to dim their high beams, glance toward the right side of the road. This will keep you from being blinded by the other vehicle’s headlights and will allow you to see enough of the road to stay on course until the other vehicle has passed.

19 . To prepare for anything coming up on the road ahead, you should:

Maintain focus toward the middle of the road. Your ability to handle dangerous traffic situations depends largely on searching for and identifying problems before meeting them. Looking far ahead of your vehicle does not mean you should simply stare at the center of the road. You need to continually scan the entire road, including the sides of the road.

20 . If you experience a tire blowout:

All of the above. If you experience a tire blowout, take your foot off the gas pedal and do not immediately apply the brakes. Gradually slow down before gently applying the brakes and pulling off the side of the road.

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