When you park on the roadway, you should:
A) Use your four-way flashers
B) Keep your turn signal on
C) Turn your lights on
Use your four-way flashers
Related Permit Test Questions:
- Which of the following is true about double parking?
- Driving slowly in front of traffic in the far left (fast) lane on any freeway:
- Is it legal to drive with an open container of alcohol in your vehicle?
- Merging onto a road is safest if you:
- If an oncoming driver is heading toward you in your lane, you should:
- When no signs, signals, or police tell you what to do at an intersection, the law states that:
- 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:
- You must notify DMV within 5 days if you:
- When passing on a multi-lane highway:
- Before passing another vehicle, you should signal:
- When driving on a multi-lane street with other vehicles:
- A pedestrian starts to cross the street after the “don’t Walk” signal starts to flash. The person is in the middle of the street when your signal light changes to green. you should:
- When exiting a highway, you should slow down:
- Which of these statements is true about large trucks?
- If the road is wet from a heavy rain, you should:
- If you are involved in a traffic collision, you are required to complete and submit a written report (SR1) to the DMV:
- The amount of space you need to cross traffic depends on the:
- If you need to slow down or stop when other drivers may not expect it, you should:
- You reach an intersection with stop signs on all four corners at the same time as the driver on your left. Who has the right-of-way?
- You want to back out of an angle parking space. You should always back slowly and:
- On two-lane, two-way streets or highways, you should start left turns:
- What should you do if a car coming towards you at night keeps its high beams on?
- You must use your seat belt:
- Which of the following is true about safety belts and accidents?
- Your brake lights tell other drivers that you: