You may legally park your car in front of a driveway:
A) If the driveway is in front of your house
B) As long as it is not parked for longer than 15 minutes
C) Under no circumstances
Under no circumstances
Related Permit Test Questions:
- 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:
- Which of these is true about signal person at road construction sites?
- Drive below the posted speed limit when:
- These pavement markings tell you that at the intersection ahead:
- Three of the most important times to check traffic behind you are before:
- At highway speeds, on a dry road, a safe following distance is at least:
- On two-lane, two-way streets or highways, you should start left turns:
- Always look carefully for motorcycles before you change lanes because:
- Before passing another vehicle, you should signal:
- When parking your vehicle parallel to the curb on a level street:
- You are driving on a highway. Your tire suddenly goes flat and you need to pull over and get help. Where should you pull over?
- When driving in traffic, it is safest to:
- You are entering a freeway. You should check traffic by using:
- Following distance should increase when you:
- If a vehicle using high beams comes toward you, you should:
- Before passing another vehicle you should:
- A driver unexpectedly pulls in front of you. The handbook recommends:
- When can you drive using only your parking lights?
- There is a railroad crossing ahead and you can’t see if any trains are coming until you are almost ready to cross the tracks. how fast should you be driving?
- If you are being tailgated, you should:
- The driver is:
- 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?
- Why should your passengers wear a seat belt?
- You may drive off the paved roadway to pass another vehicle:
- An orange triangle on the back of a vehicle indicates that vehicle: