When driving through a work zone, it is a good safety practice to:
A) Drive Close To The Vehicle In Front Of You To Keep Traffic Flowing Freely
B) Shorten Your Usual Following Distance — By About Half
C) Lengthen Your Usual Following Distance — By Double
Lengthen Your Usual Following Distance — By Double
Related Permit Test Questions:
- If you are being tailgated, you should:
- Which of the following will help you avoid being hit from behind?
- Which of these is the proper way to change lanes?
- If you have a tire blowout, you should:
- It is illegal for a person 21 years of age or older to drive with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) that is ______ or more.
- Two sets of solid double yellow lines two feet or more apart:
- When driving in fog, you should use your _________.
- You may legally park your car in front of a driveway:
- Weaving in and out of freeway lanes during heavy traffic:
- Always look carefully for motorcycles before you change lanes because:
- You should check traffic behind you:
- Allow a larger space cushion when stopping:
- If you cannot stop safely at a yellow traffic light, you should:
- If you approach an intersection without a stop sign or signals, you:
- To avoid last minute moves, you should be looking down the road to where your vehicle will be in about _______
- You hit a parked car and can’t find the owner. What must you do?
- At night, it is hardest to see:
- If you are driving behind a motorcycle, you must:
- If your car breaks down on a highway, you should:
- When no signs, signals, or police tell you what to do at an intersection, the law states that:
- Which of these is a legal U-turn?
- When parking uphill on a two-way street with no-curb, your front wheels should be:
- You are approaching a railroad crossing with no warning devices and are unable to see 400 feet down the track in one direction. The speed limit is:
- You just rear-ended the car in front of you. You were probably:
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