1 . This road sign means:

Bicycle crossing.
Stop only if other cars are approaching.
Yield the right-of-way to pedestrians.

2 . If weather or light conditions require you to have your lights on while driving:

Use your parking lights.
Use your high beams.
Use your low beams.

3 . This sign means:

You should stop for other traffic.
Traffic is entering from another road and you should allow additional space for drivers to merge safely into the flow of traffic.
Traffic is entering from another road and you should keep right.

4 . You are coming to an intersection with a flashing red light. You should:

Slow down and yield the right-of-way.
Slow down and drive carefully through the intersection.
Come to a complete stop, check the traffic, and go when it is safe to do so.

5 . When passing another vehicle, it is safe to return to your lane if you:

Cannot see the vehicle directly to your right.
See the vehicle’s headlights in your rearview mirror.
Have passed the other vehicle’s front bumper.

6 . When driving in fog, rain, or snow, use:

Low beams.
High beams.
Fog lights only.

7 . When driving on the highway, consistently looking far ahead of your vehicle:

Helps you keep up with traffic.
Reduces the need for last-minute braking or turning.
Allows you to spot upcoming police officers.

8 . A solid yellow line on your side of the centerline means:

Reduce your speed.
Traffic light ahead.
Do not pass.

9 . As you approach the top of a hill, you should:

Speed up slightly.
Prepare to stop, if needed.
Maintain a steady speed.

10 . To enter a gap in highway traffic:

Watch only the vehicles behind the gap.
Check behind you, then watch the vehicle ahead.
Speed up and let the other vehicles make way.

11 . If you parallel park facing downward on a hill:

Turn your wheels sharply toward the side of the road.
Turn your wheels away from the side of the road.
Keep your wheels straight.

12 . This sign means:

Trucks entering.
Truck exit only.
Steep downgrade ahead.

13 . "No passing zone" signs tell drivers:

To speed up slightly.
That it is not safe to pass.
To maintain a steady speed.
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14 . This red and white sign means you should:

Stop and check for traffic coming from both directions before proceeding.
Give the right-of-way to traffic on the road you wish to enter or cross.
Maintain a steady speed and check for traffic coming from all directions.

15 . When parking next to a curb, you should use your turn signals:

Only when pulling away from the curb.
When pulling next to, but not away from, the curb.
When pulling next to or away from the curb.

16 . When driving on an interstate, to avoid traffic merging from on-ramps to your right, the best thing to do is to:

Change lanes to the left.
Slow down.
Maintain your speed and position.

17 . To enter highway traffic, you need at least:

A two-second gap.
A three-second gap.
A four-second gap.

18 . The first thing that alcohol effects is:


19 . If you must park your vehicle in an area not usually used for parking:

Park with your reverse lights on.
Make sure your vehicle is visible to drivers approaching from any direction.
Park five feet from the curb.

20 . A steady green traffic light at an intersection means:

Increase your speed.
Adjust your mirrors.
You may continue through the intersection at a safe and reasonable speed, if it is clear to do so.

21 . When driving at night, you should:

Always use your high beams.
Look directly at the headlights of an oncoming vehicle.
Increase your following distance.

22 . Just like alcohol and other drugs, drowsiness can:

Help you to be a better driver.
Make you feel better.
Impair your judgment.

23 . If you are being followed too closely on a two-lane road:

Reduce your speed slowly to encourage the tailgater to drive around you.
Speed up to increase the distance between you and the other car.
Apply your brakes to slow down, then resume your original speed.

24 . Fines for speeding in work zones:

Can be twice the amount of normal fines.
Are generally not enforced.
Can be argued in court.

25 . Which of the following blocks the smooth flow of traffic?

Slowing down to look at collision scene.
Avoiding unnecessary lane changes.
Using public transportation instead of your vehicle.