It is against the law to enter an intersection when:
A) The light is yellow
B) The light is flashing yellow and you didn’t stop first
C) You can’t get all the way across before the light turns red
You can’t get all the way across before the light turns red
Related Permit Test Questions:
- When a truck driver behind you wants to pass your vehicle, your speed should:
- If your turn signals fail, you should use _____ to indicate you are turning.
- When you are in a line of traffic that is crossing a railroad track that has no signals or gates:
- Orange colored road signs:
- Roads freeze more quickly when they are:
- If you need to slow down or stop when other drivers may not expect it, you should:
- At highway speeds, on a dry road, a safe following distance is at least:
- For an average person, how many minutes does the body need to process the alcohol in one drink?
- Driving Along the right-rear side of another vehicle is:
- Parking is NEVER permitted:
- You have been involved in a minor traffic collision with a parked vehicle and you can’t find the owner. You must:
- You may turn right on a solid red light:
- What can you do to avoid the need to make emergency (or “panic”) stops while driving in traffic?
- You should never park:
- An orange triangle on the back of a vehicle indicates that vehicle:
- When driving in traffic, it is safest to:
- It is best to keep a space cushion:
- When driving in fog, you should use your _________.
- Large trucks often travel with a lot of space in front of their vehicle. This extra space is required for:
- 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?
- When driving on a one way street and an emergency vehicle with flashing lights is behind your car, you:
- Before passing another vehicle, you should signal:
- When driving through a work zone, it is a good safety practice to:
- Drivers entering a roundabout or traffic circle:
- Tailgating other drivers (driving too close to their rear bumper):