If you are involved in a traffic collision, you are required to complete and submit a written report (SR1) to the DMV:
A) Only if you or the other driver is injured.
B) If there is property damage in excess of $500 or if there are any injuries.
C) Only if you are at fault.
If there is property damage in excess of $500 or if there are any injuries.
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- The “four-second rule” refers to how one should:
- To help avoid crashes, you should:
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- If you begin to feel tired while driving, the best thing to do is:
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- If another driver cuts you off in traffic, you should:
- When you see an emergency vehicle with flashing lights, you must:
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- On two-lane, two-way streets or highways, you should start left turns:
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- What is the benefit of a space cushion around your vehicle?
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- Before turning, you should:
- You are entering a freeway. You should check traffic by using:
- You are stopped. You want to make a left turn, but there are oncoming vehicles close by. You should:
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- When you park on the roadway, you should:
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