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:
- A white painted curb means:
- These pavement markings tell you that at the intersection ahead:
- If you are involved in a traffic collision, you are required to complete and submit a written report (SR1) to the DMV:
- You are waiting to turn right at a red traffic light. There is a pedestrian on the right side of your vehicle waiting to cross the street you want to enter. Who has the right-of-way when your light turns green?
- The “four-second rule” refers to how one should:
- If you have a tire blowout, you should:
- If your vehicle starts to hydroplane, you should:
- Which of these statements is true about slippery road surfaces?
- On the highway, you should look far down the road:
- When you don’t see any other vehicles around you while driving:
- When driving on a multi-lane street with other vehicles:
- At highway speeds, on a dry road, a safe following distance is at least:
- After a train has passed, you should:
- Driving slowly in front of traffic in the far left (fast) lane on any freeway:
- Drive below the posted speed limit when:
- Who has the right-of-way at an intersection with no crosswalks?
- Which of the following statements about blind spots is true?
- You should never park:
- Your brake lights tell other drivers that you:
- Which of these statements is true about driving and taking drugs?
- You are repeatedly convicted of traffic violations. What can happen?
- The driver ahead of you stops at a crosswalk. What should you do?
- You should check traffic behind you:
- Two sets of solid double yellow lines two feet or more apart:
- Where should you stop your vehicle when there is no limit line?