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Train for Your Drive Test in Washington 2020

If you need to get a driving license in Washington, you have to pass a DMV learner's permit test to demonstrate your understanding of highway signs and markings, traffic laws and safe driving practices. Our mock driving permit tests are based on the information contained in the DMV driver’s manual. To pass the knowledge test, you must demonstrate a basic understanding of Washington traffic.. Read More

If you need to get a driving license in Washington, you have to pass a DMV learner's permit test to demonstrate your understanding of highway signs and markings, traffic laws and safe driving practices. Our mock driving permit tests are based on the information contained in the DMV driver’s manual. To pass the knowledge test, you must demonstrate a basic understanding of Washington traffic laws.

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1 . Another driver is trying to pass your car. You should:

Speed up. Keep right when another driver begins to pass you on the left. Check for oncoming traffic and adjust your speed to let the passing vehicle move back into the right lane as easily as possible.

2 . When there are no signs or lane markings to control turning, you should:

Turn from any of the lanes. Any turn should be made from the lane that is closest to the direction you want to travel and into the lane closest to your original lane.

3 . You may drive around the gates at a railroad crossing:

When other drivers drive around the gates. You are required to stop at all railroad crossings when signals warn of an approaching train. These signals may include flashing red lights, a lowered crossing gate, a flagger signaling, or a train’s audible signal of warning. Do not attempt to go around a lowered gate.

4 . To enter a freeway:

Always come to a complete stop first. When merging into traffic, you should signal and enter at the same speed that traffic is moving. Always yield to other traffic when entering a roadway.

5 . Who is required by law to wear a seat belt while in a moving vehicle?

No one In Washington State, all occupants of a moving vehicle are required by law to use properly fastened seat belts. According to the Occupant Protection Law, police officers may stop and cite drivers or passengers if they are not using their seat belts. If a passenger who is under the age of 16 is not wearing a seat belt, the driver will be fined.

6 . When changing lanes, you can check your blind spots by:

Turning your head and looking over your shoulder. You should turn your head to check your blind spots before every lane change.

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