A driver unexpectedly pulls in front of you. The handbook recommends:
A) Swerving into the lane next to you
B) Driving onto the shoulder of the road
C) Taking your foot off the gas pedal
Taking your foot off the gas pedal
Related Permit Test Questions:
- You are stopped at an intersection. The traffic light just turned green. Can you go immediately?
- Who has the right-of-way at an intersection with no crosswalks?
- The driver ahead of you stops at a crosswalk. What should you do?
- You should check traffic behind you:
- Teenage drivers are more likely to be involved in a car crash when:
- Blocking an intersection during “rush hour” traffic is not permitted:
- A red arrow pointing to the right on a traffic light means you may:
- Why should you scan 10 to 15 seconds ahead of you?
- Which way do you turn your front wheels to park uphill next to a curb?
- When you drive through an area where children are playing, you should expect them:
- Before passing another vehicle you should:
- The amount of space you need to cross traffic depends on the:
- If you are following a truck that swings left before making a right turn at an intersection, you should remember that it is very dangerous to:
- You should signal for a turn during the last _____ feet before the turn.
- Following distance should increase when you:
- When should a 3 year old weighing 45 lbs be placed in a safety seat?
- What is a safety zone?
- You should signal continuously while turning because it:
- There is a railroad crossing ahead and you can’t see if any trains are coming until you are almost ready to cross the tracks. how fast should you be driving?
- If your turn signals fail, you should use _____ to indicate you are turning.
- Drive below the posted speed limit when:
- You are crossing an intersection and an emergency vehicle is approaching with siren and flashing lights. You should:
- Orange colored road signs:
- You are about to make a left turn. You must signla continuously during the last ______ feet before the turn.
- Which of these two driving behaviors contribute to traffic congestion: