Which of the following is true about use of your turn signals?
A) You should never use both electric and hand signals
B) If you signal for a lane change, other drivers must let you in
C) It is a good habit to always signal for lane changes
It is a good habit to always signal for lane changes
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- If you have a conditional driver license, there is (are):
- If an oncoming driver is heading toward you in your lane, 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?
- You are stopped at an intersection. The traffic light just turned green. Can you go immediately?
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- There is no crosswalk and you see a pedestrian crossing in the middle of the block ahead:
- When should you NOT take your legal right-of-way?
- Safely backing your vehicle includes all of the following except:
- When you drive through an area where children are playing, you should expect them:
- You may turn right on a solid red light:
- You are driving 55 mph in the far left (fast) lane of a freeway posted for 65 mph. You could be cited for driving too slowly:
- When you are planning to make a turn, you should activate your turn signals:
- Your ability to stop is affected by:
- It is illegal to block an intersection:
- On two-lane, two-way streets or highways, you should start left turns:
- After a train has passed, you should:
- When passing a bicyclist, you should:
- When you see an emergency vehicle with flashing lights, you must:
- When driving on slippery roads, you should:
- When a truck driver behind you wants to pass your vehicle, your speed should:
- A driver unexpectedly pulls in front of you. The handbook recommends:
- If the road is wet from a heavy rain, you should:
- Two sets of solid double yellow lines two feet or more apart:
- When driving in the far right lane of a freeway, you: