WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF AN ONCOMING CAR AT NIGHT APPROACHES WITH ITS HIGH-BEAMS ON?
THIS SIGN MEANS:
DIVIDED HIGHWAY ENDS. The divided highway on which you are traveling ends 350 to 500 feet ahead. You will then be on a roadway with two-way traffic. Keep to the right.
WHEN YOU HEAR THE SIREN OR SEE THE FLASHING RED LIGHT OF A CLOSELY APPROACHING EMERGENCY VEHICLE, AND YOU ARE NOT IN THE INTERSECTION, YOU SHOULD:
Yield the right of way to any emergency vehicle, making sure you are not creating a hazard for other drivers and not blocking the way. Drive to the right edge of the road and stop until the emergency vehicle(s) have passed. However, never stop in an intersection. If you are in an intersection when you see an emergency vehicle, continue through the intersection and then, drive to the right as soon as it is safe and stop.
THIS SIGN MEANS:
The DIVIDED HIGHWAY sign means that the road you are on intersects with a divided highway which has a median or a guide rail. If you need to merge onto the divided highway, keep in mind that you can only turn right at the first roadway and you can only turn left at the second roadway.
WHEN CAN YOU DRIVE USING ONLY YOUR PARKING LIGHTS?
WHEN YOU SEE THIS BLACK AND YELLOW SIGN, IT MEANS:
The road ahead changes direction at an extreme angle. Before you reach such an extreme curve, slow down as much as you would to make a turn at an intersection.
A PERSON MAY RIDE IN A PICKUP TRUCK IF THE:
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WHEN BACKING UP YOUR CAR, YOU SHOULD:
Backing up is always dangerous because it is hard to see behind your vehicle. When you are backing out of a parking space, check in front and behind the vehicle before you get in. Do not depend only on your mirrors or only looking out a side window. Turn and look over your right and left shoulders before you begin backing. Look over your right shoulder as you are backing up.
A BROKEN WHITE CENTER LINE ON THE ROADWAY MEANS:
A broken white line separates two lanes traveling in the same direction. Once you have signaled and if it is safe to do so, you may cross this line when changing lanes.
SELECT THE STATEMENT BELOW THAT IS TRUE:
Body fat determines how quickly you are affected by alcohol. Alcohol is able to be absorbed in water, not fat. This simply means that people with less body fat have more water in which to dilute the alcohol. So, drink for drink, if people weigh the same, the one with more body fat will show signs of intoxication first.
TO TURN RIGHT ONTO A TWO-WAY STREET FROM A TWO-WAY STREET, START IN THE RIGHT LANE AND END IN:
WHEN THE ROAD IS MARKED WITH A SOLID YELLOW LINE AND A BROKEN YELLOW LINE ON YOUR SIDE YOU MAY PASS
A solid yellow line marks the center of a road used for two-way traffic. Two solid yellow lines indicate no passing. Broken yellow lines indicate that you may pass if the broken line is next to your driving lane, however you must still make sure that your maneuver is safe and you won't endanger yourself and other road users.
IF YOUR DRIVING PRIVILEGE HAS BEEN REVOKED, YOU MAY:
AT AN INTERSECTION OF TWO-WAY STREETS, AFTER COMING TO A FULL STOP AT A RED TRAFFIC LIGHT, A DRIVER MAY:
At most intersections, after stopping, you may turn right on red if the way is clear. Some intersections display a “NO TURN ON RED” sign, which you must obey.
WHEN IT IS VERY FOGGY, YOU SHOULD SLOW DOWN AND TURN ON YOUR:
The best advice for driving in the fog is DON’T. You should consider postponing your trip until the fog clears. However, if you must drive, then drive slowly, turn on your windshield wipers, and use your low beam headlights. Never drive with just your parking or fog lights.
WHEN A RED LIGHT FLASHES AT A RAILROAD CROSSING, YOU MUST:
UNLESS POSTED OTHERWISE, A U-TURN CANNOT BE MADE IN A:
YELLOW LINES SEPARATE:
WHEN SHARING THE ROAD WITH A TROLLEY OR LIGHT RAIL VEHICLE:
LARGE TRUCKS TURNING RIGHT ONTO A STREET WITH TWO LANES IN EACH DIRECTION:
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