When parking next to a curb, you should use your turn signals:
A) Only when pulling away from the curb
B) When pulling next to, but not away from, the curb
C) When pulling next to or away from the curb
When pulling next to or away from the curb
Related Permit Test Questions:
- Unless otherwise posted the speed limit in a residential area is ______
- Which of these statements is NOT true about road workers?
- You are driving at night and using high beams. Dim your lights when you get closer than _____ feet from the car ahead.
- When approaching a stopped school bus with its red lights flashing and its stop arm extended, you must:
- Merging onto a road is safest if you:
- It is very foggy. You should slow down and turn on your:
- Your brake lights tell other drivers that you:
- When driving in traffic, it is safest to:
- A white painted curb means:
- A driver unexpectedly pulls in front of you. The handbook recommends:
- A green painted curb means:
- 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
- Which of the following is true about driving on a wet roadway?
- A person can ride in the back of a pick up truck when the:
- You may legally block an intersection:
- You are traveling on a road with only one lane in your direction. Many cars are pulling out to pass you. You should:
- You are waiting to turn right at a red traffic light. There is a pedestrian on the right side of your vehicle waiting to cross the street you want to enter. Who has the right-of-way when your light turns green?
- When driving in fog, you should use your _________.
- If you are towing another vehicle or trailer on a freeway with four lanes in your direction, you may travel in:
- Which of the following statements about blind spots is true?
- It is best to keep a space cushion:
- Roadways are the most slippery:
- Which of these statements is true about large trucks?
- “Highway hypnosis” is a driver condition that can result from: