When driving in fog, you should use your _________.
A) Low Beam Headlights
B) High Beam Headlights
C) Parking Lights
Low Beam Headlights
Related Permit Test Questions:
- The law gives _______ the right of way at intersections.
- Which of these statements is true about driving and taking drugs?
- When may you legally go around or under a railroad crossing gate?
- You must use your seat belt:
- When driving on a one way street and an emergency vehicle with flashing lights is behind your car, you:
- Blocking an intersection during “rush hour” traffic is not permitted:
- If you are following a truck that swings left before making a right turn at an intersection, you should remember that it is very dangerous to:
- What is the benefit of a space cushion around your vehicle?
- When should a 3 year old weighing 45 lbs be placed in a safety seat?
- The only time you do not have to stop for a school bus whose red lights are flashing and stop arm is extended is when you:
- When you don’t see any other vehicles around you while driving:
- You are driving 55 m.p.h on a two lane road and want to pass the car ahead of you. To pass safely, you need a _______ gap in the oncoming traffic.
- Drive below the posted speed limit when:
- You should use a turnout lane when:
- A safety zone is a specially marked area for passenges to get on or off buses or trolleys. You may not drive through a safety zone
- You are traveling on a road with only one lane in your direction. Many cars are pulling out to pass you. You should:
- What can you do to avoid the need to make emergency (or “panic”) stops while driving in traffic?
- It is best to keep a space cushion:
- If your car breaks down on a highway, you should:
- You are approaching a sharp curve on the road. You should:
- If the rear of your vehicle starts to skid left, you should:
- It is a good habit to signal continuously during the last 100 feet befor you turn at an intersection:
- Drivers entering a roundabout or traffic circle:
- Taking drugs along with alcohol:
- When should you NOT take your legal right-of-way?