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We created questions based on real motor vehicle department practice tests.
A. Slow down before proceeding
B. Stop only if there are other cars coming
C. Stop and wait for the light to change
D. Stop, but don’t go again until it’s safe to do so
Treat this signal like a stop sign. Bring your vehicle to a full stop and give right of way until it’s your turn. Plus: Check out these 20 car hacks that will make driving so much easier.
A. At least 50 feet before the intersection
B. At least 100 feet before the intersection
C. When you reach the intersection
D. Turn signals aren’t necessary
Not sure if you’re signaling early enough? If your car is going 35 miles per hour, your car will take about two seconds to cover 100 feet. Signal accordingly, and don’t miss these other 11 driving etiquette tips you’ve probably forgotten.
Pumping the brake quickly several times will increase the pressure and hopefully get the brake to work again temporarily so you can stop. If it doesn’t, gently engage the parking or emergency brake, and shift into a lower gear to get your car to slow down. Find out how to handle these other 11 scary driving scenarios.
A. Never stop unless it’s an emergency
B. Park temporarily if the driver stays inside
C. Stop temporarily to let passengers in or out
D. Stop to take packages in and out of the car
If the sign said “no parking,” you’d also be allowed to load and unload merchandise, but “no standing” will only let you stop for passengers. Neither will fly by a “no stopping” sign, though, where you can only stop to obey a traffic signal or officer, or avoid a crash. Plus: Did you know you can actually make these 100 super-simple car repairs yourself?
A. 35 miles per hour
B. 45 miles per hour
C. 50 miles per hour
D. 60 miles per hour
It doesn’t sound that fast, but 35 miles per hour is enough to lose control of your car in the rain. Be extra careful in the first ten minutes of rainfall, which is when rain mixes with oil residue to create dangerously slippery conditions.
Treat this like a yield sign, and make sure the coast is clear before going through the intersection. Learn from the best with these 46 DIY car detailing tips.
A. Pull to the center of the intersection, then turn when traffic is clear.
B. Turn left. The oncoming cars will brake.
C. Wait at the crosswalk until there’s a break in traffic.
D. Go straight and figure out a route that doesn’t require a left turn.
A. Police officer
B. Steady red light
C. Flashing red light
D. Stop sign
If a police officer is directing you to do something different than the signs and signals would indicate, the officer overrides the usual conditions. (Find out why police officers touch your tail light when they pull you over.)