You must use your seat belt:
A) Unless you are riding in the back of a pickup/camper
B) Unless you are driving in a private parking lot
C) Whenever you are driving or riding in a motor vehicle
Whenever you are driving or riding in a motor vehicle
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- When driving on wet roads, you should:
- Which of these statement is true about light rail vehicles?
- If a vehicle using high beams comes toward you, you should look towards _____ of the road.
- A driver unexpectedly pulls in front of you. The handbook recommends:
- When approaching a stopped school bus with its red lights flashing and its stop arm extended, you must:
- When can you merge into a bike lane for a right turn?
- Your blind spot is the area of the road:
- Is it legal to drive with an open container of alcohol in your vehicle?
- At night, it is hardest to see:
- On two-lane, two-way streets or highways, you should start left turns:
- Scanning while you drive means you:
- Orange colored road signs:
- You must notify DMV within 5 days if you:
- Who has the right-of-way at an intersection with no crosswalks?
- It is against the law to enter an intersection when:
- If you approach an intersection without a stop sign or signals, you:
- You should increase the distance between your car and the vehicle ahead when you:
- When traveling below 40 miles per hour on a limited access highway, you should:
- Which of these is true about signal person at road construction sites?
- 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:
- You should never park:
- Even if you know your vehicle can maneuver a sharp curve at the legal speed limit, you should still slow down because:
- Which of the following statements about blind spots is true?
- You must use your seat belt:
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