Three of the most important times to check traffic behind you are before:
A) Backing, making a sharp turn, or crossing an intersection
B) Backing, changing lanes, or slowing down quickly
C) Changing lanes, crossing an intersection, or slowing down quickly
Backing, changing lanes, or slowing down quickly
Related Permit Test Questions:
- When driving on a one way street and an emergency vehicle with flashing lights is behind your car, you:
- When you hear a fire engine siren, you must:
- If you need to slow down or stop when other drivers may not expect it, you should:
- If a vehicle using high beams comes toward you, you should:
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- You park your car at the curb on a level two-way street. before getting out of your car, you should:
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- You should signal continuously while turning because it:
- When exiting a highway, you should slow down:
- Which of these is true about signal person at road construction sites?
- Before turning, you should:
- Scanning while you drive means you:
- You just rear-ended the car in front of you. You were probably:
- You were in an accident which caused $1000 worth of damage. How many days do you have to report an accident to DMV?
- To help avoid crashes, you should:
- Weaving in and out of freeway lanes during heavy traffic:
- The driver ahead of you stops at a crosswalk. What should you do?
- When you are planning to make a turn, you should activate your turn signals:
- When driving on a multi-lane street with other vehicles:
- Which of the following is true about lap-only seat belts?
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- When passing on a multi-lane highway:
- When can you drive using only your parking lights?
- On a two-lane road, you may pass another vehicle on the right when: