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.
Related Permit Test Questions:
- To turn left on multi-lane streets and highways, you should start from:
- To pass a slower-moving vehicle on a two-lane road you must:
- Parking is NEVER permitted:
- A solid yellow line next to a broken yellow line means that vehicles:
- When driving through a work zone, it is a good safety practice to:
- You must use your seat belt:
- Driving Along the right-rear side of another vehicle is:
- When you drive through an area where children are playing, you should expect them:
- Drive below the posted speed limit when:
- Scanning while you drive means you:
- If another car is in danger of hitting you, you should:
- A person can ride in the back of a pick up truck when the:
- You should check traffic behind you:
- You have just been convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol. The judge sentenced you to 48 hours in jail. In addition, you may:
- Which of these is true about cold weather and driving conditions?
- You must notify DMV within 5 days if you:
- Safely backing your vehicle includes all of the following except:
- You are driving 55 mph on a two lane highway, one lane in each direction, and want to pass the car ahead of you. To pass safely, you need to:
- When exiting a highway, you should slow down:
- When entering a highway from an entrance ramp, you should generally:
- When no signs, signals, or police tell you what to do at an intersection, the law states that:
- You are driving and come to a corner with a flashing yellow signal light. What should you do:
- When parking uphill on a two-way street with no-curb, your front wheels should be:
- At an intersection with a stop sign, you should stop and:
- When sharing the road with a truck, it is important to remember that, in general, trucks: