Use your headlights on rainy, snowy, or foggy days:
A) On the high-beam setting
B) So other drivers can see you
C) To warn others of bad conditions
So other drivers can see you
Related Permit Test Questions:
- When stopped at an intersection with stop signs at all four corners, you must yield the right-of-way to the driver:
- You can drive in a carpool lane if you:
- When driving on a freeway entrance ramp, you should look for a gap in freeway traffic by:
- A green painted curb means:
- You are involved in a minor accident at an intersection. There are no injuries and very little vehicle damage. You should:
- If you are driving behind a motorcycle, you must:
- When driving on a one way street and an emergency vehicle with flashing lights is behind your car, you:
- Driving Along the right-rear side of another vehicle is:
- You may turn right on a solid red light:
- When driving on wet roads, you should:
- If you cannot stop safely at a yellow traffic light, you should:
- Which of the following is true about the speed at which you travel?
- You exit a freeway and see that the off ramp curves downhill. You should:
- 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?
- Who has the right-of-way at an intersection with no crosswalks?
- There is no crosswalk and you see a pedestrian crossing in the middle of the block ahead:
- If you get sleepy while you are driving, you should
- You must notify law enforcement and make a written report (SR 1) to DMV if:
- On two-lane, two-way streets or highways, you should start left turns:
- When can you merge into a bike lane for a right turn?
- Your brake lights tell other drivers that you:
- When making a turn, you must _____ your speed.
- You park your car at the curb on a level two-way street. before getting out of your car, you should:
- The “four-second rule” refers to how one should:
- You are stopped at an intersection. The traffic light just turned green. Can you go immediately?