If an oncoming driver is heading toward you in your lane, you should:
A) Steer Right, Blow Your Horn, And Accelerate
B) Steer Right, Blow Your Horn, And Brake
C) Stay In The Center Of Your Lane, Blow Your Horn, And Brake
Steer Right, Blow Your Horn, And Brake
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- You are approaching a sharp curve on the road. You should:
- A red arrow pointing to the right on a traffic light means you may:
- It is illegal to block an intersection:
- When no signs, signals, or police tell you what to do at an intersection, the law states that:
- If you want to get off of a freeway, but you missed your exit, you should:
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- Drive below the posted speed limit when:
- Which of the following is true about double parking?
- Unless otherwise posted the speed limit in a residential area is ______
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- It is illegal for a person 21 years of age or older to drive with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) that is ______ or more.
- You may legally park your car in front of a driveway:
- If you cannot stop safely at a yellow traffic light, you should:
- After a train has passed, you should:
- On the highway, you should look far down the road:
- You must make a full stop before you cross railroad tracks when:
- Blocking an intersection during “rush hour” traffic is not permitted:
- When driving on wet roads, you should:
- When parking a car, you should:
- When sharing the road with a trolley or light rail vehicle:
- Hydroplaning is usually caused by:
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