1 . To avoid collisions with vehicles in your blind spots, you should:

Quickly turn your head to see if your blind spot is clear before changing lanes.
Adjust your rearview mirrors every few minutes.
Honk your horn right before turning or changing lanes.
None of the above.

2 . From top to bottom, the following is the proper order for traffic lights:

Red, yellow, green.
Red, green, yellow.
Green, red, yellow.
Green, yellow, red.

3 . This sign means:

No right turn.
Keep right.
No U-turn.
Left lane must turn left.

4 . The effect that alcohol has on your reflexes and judgment:

Is less pronounced when consuming beer instead of wine.
Is less pronounced when consuming wine instead of beer.
Is most pronounced when consuming hard ciders and mixed drinks.
Depends on the amount of alcohol in your bloodstream.

5 . You are driving at night and another vehicle is approaching from the opposite direction. Your headlights:

Should be on their high beam setting.
Should be on their low beam setting.
Should be off. Use your parking lights.
May be on either their high or low beam setting.

6 . If two drivers arrive at the same time to an open intersection:

The driver on the right has the right-of-way.
The driver on the left has the right-of-way.
One driver may continue driving without stopping.
One driver should honk to indicate that they are giving up the right-of-way.

7 . This road sign means:

You must travel at the speed indicated.
The maximum legal speed on the roadway is 55 mph.
You must travel through the intersection at the posted speed.
None of the above.

8 . This road sign means:

School crossing.
Pedestrian crossing.
Jogging trail.
Busy sidewalk.

9 . If a High Intensity Activated Crosswalk (HAWK) signal is flashing yellow, it means:

Drivers may proceed with caution.
Drivers should slow down and prepare to stop.
Drivers should come to a complete stop.
There are no pedestrians nearby.

10 . You may avoid the risks of alcohol-related crashes by:

Deciding before you start drinking that you are not going to drive.
Simply saying, "No thanks, I'm driving," if someone offers you a drink.
Calling a taxi.
Doing any of the above.

11 . A person walking with a white cane or guide dog is likely to be:

A deaf person.
A person involved with a traffic study.
A blind person.
None of the above.

12 . Crosswalks are:

Always indicated by horizontal pavement markings.
Always indicated by vertical pavement markings.
Always unmarked.
Either indicated by pavement markings or are not marked at all.

13 . This sign means:

Slow down if an emergency vehicle is approaching.
Look both ways as you cross the intersection.
Always come to a full stop at the intersection.
Slow down and be prepared to stop if necessary.
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14 . To drive safely at night, you should:

Increase your following distance.
Not drive if you are tired.
Make sure your headlights are working properly.
All of the above.

15 . This road sign means:

Parking spaces are reserved for people with disabled parking permits.
A circular intersection is ahead.
Traffic in the lane must turn in the direction of the arrow.
Lanes are reserved for buses and vehicles with a driver and one or more passengers.

16 . This road sign means:

Divided highway begins.
A steep grade is ahead.
The overpass ahead has a low clearance.
Two lanes of traffic moving in opposite directions are about to merge.

17 . If worried, nervous, angry, or crying, a driver:

Will drive no differently than they would if they were thinking more clearly.
Can drive faster because they are more in touch with their senses.
Should take the time to focus on driving before starting the engine.
Should call a friend to vent while driving.

18 . You may drive around or under a gate that is being lowered or raised at a railroad crossing:

As long as an approaching train is not too close.
If your vehicle can do so without damaging the gate.
If you first look carefully in both directions.
Under no circumstances.

19 . What does a single dashed yellow line separating traffic mean?

Drivers may pass if it is safe to do so.
Both lanes travel in the same direction.
Drivers may not pass.
Drivers may pass, even if it could be dangerous.

20 . A telltale sign of a drunk driver is:

They are weaving between lanes.
They are driving more slowly than the normal traffic flow.
They are making quick and sudden stops.
All of the above.

21 . If a flagger is directing traffic in a construction zone, you must:

Follow the directions given by the flagger.
Copy what surrounding traffic is doing, despite the flagger's instructions.
Assume the flagger is not supposed to be directing traffic.
Follow the laws that would be in place if the area was not under construction.

22 . When is it illegal to drive below the speed limit?

When driving slowly disrupts the normal flow of traffic
When in heavy traffic in a construction zone
Only when driving in rural areas.
When driving under adverse weather conditions

23 . What kinds of drugs can affect your driving ability?

Allergy medicine
Cold remedies
All of these choices

24 . A double solid yellow line down the center of a two-lane road indicates:

Lanes are moving in opposite directions and drivers are not permitted to pass.
Lanes are moving in opposite directions and drivers are permitted to pass when it is safe to do so.
Lanes are moving in the same direction and drivers are not permitted to pass.
Lanes are moving in the same direction and drivers are permitted to pass when it is safe to do so.

25 . When driving behind a transit bus that is signaling to enter a traffic lane:

Quickly pass the bus before it re-enters traffic.
Yield the right-of-way to the transit bus.
Expect the bus to yield the right-of-way to you.
Either yield the right-of-way or don't yield the right-of-way. There is no specific rule.