It is your responsibility to know:
A) How your medications affect your brain chemistry
B) When your doctor prescribes the wrong medication
C) How your medications affect your driving
How your medications affect your driving
Related Permit Test Questions:
- Following distance should increase when you:
- After a train has passed, you should:
- What can you do to avoid the need to make emergency (or “panic”) stops while driving in traffic?
- A car suddenly cuts in front of you, creating a hazard. Which of these actions should you take first?
- There is a railroad crossing ahead. You see a mechanical signal warning of an approaching train. You must:
- If another car is in danger of hitting you, you should:
- You are involved in a minor accident at an intersection. There are no injuries and very little vehicle damage. You should:
- Before turning, you should:
- When you don’t see any other vehicles around you while driving:
- The most important thing to remember about speed management and curves is to:
- If you are driving behind a motorcycle, you must:
- Flash your brake lights or turn on your emergency flashers if you:
- Which of these statements is NOT true about road workers?
- If you begin to feel tired while driving, the best thing to do is:
- You should check traffic behind you:
- Large trucks are most likely to lose speed and cause a hazard:
- Driving Along the right-rear side of another vehicle is:
- Which of the following statements about blind spots is true?
- A curb painted red means:
- You were in an accident which caused $1000 worth of damage. How many days do you have to report an accident to DMV?
- When travelling behind a motorcycle:
- Other drivers are not making room for you to merge onto a freeway with heavy traffic. if it is absolutely necessary, you may:
- The “four-second rule” refers to how one should:
- On two-lane, two-way streets or highways, you should start left turns:
- When approaching a stopped school bus with its red lights flashing and its stop arm extended, you must: