What should you do if a car coming towards you at night keeps its high beams on?
A) Flash your high beams quickly at the other driver
B) Look to the right lane or right edge of the road
C) Slow down and look straight ahead in your lane
Look to the right lane or right edge of the road
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- When sharing the road with a light rail train or trolley, you:
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- Backing your vehicle is:
- The driver is:
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- You may legally park your car in front of a driveway:
- If someone is driving aggressively behind you, you should:
- You are repeatedly convicted of traffic violations. What can happen?
- Merging onto a road is safest if you:
- When should you NOT take your legal right-of-way?
- A car is coming towards you in a residential area. Both of you will pass a parked car at the same time. You should steer:
- Safely backing your vehicle includes all of the following except:
- When driving in the far right lane of a freeway, you:
- Why should your passengers wear a seat belt?
- You must use your headlights when other vehicles are not visible from _____ feet away.
- Your ability to stop is affected by:
- A driver unexpectedly pulls in front of you. The handbook recommends:
- When driving in fog, you should use your:
- Driving slowly in front of traffic in the far left (fast) lane on any freeway:
- When may you legally go around or under a railroad crossing gate?
- Blocking an intersection during “rush hour” traffic is not permitted:
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