DMV Permit Test #2

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Which of the following best describes what it means when the red light in an intersection flashes?

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Drivers are reminded to come to a complete stop by a flashing red light. After having stopped, you are free to continue.

The following are the most common contributors to hydroplaning:

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The most common cause of hydroplaning in wet conditions is traveling at an excessive speed. Driving in inclement weather requires keeping your speed down from what would usually be considered comfortable.

Typically, the ideal strategy for backing out of a parking space is to:

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It's usually preferable to turn and glance both ways before lightly depressing the gas pedal when backing out of a parking place.

Your BAC depends on:

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The blood alcohol content is determined by factors such as the number of drinks consumed and the individual's gender (women have a higher blood alcohol level than men for the same amount of alcohol consumed when their body weights are comparable), and their body weight.

When using an on-ramp to access a motorway, you should:

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You should speed up to keep up with traffic when using an on-ramp to enter a highway, then merge when it's safe to do so.

Which of the following maneuvers should a driver perform when getting on a freeway from an exit ramp?

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When merging onto a freeway, which typically has traffic moving at higher rates of speed, you should gradually increase your speed while you are on the ramp leading onto the freeway. When you get on the freeway, you should be traveling at speed roughly equivalent to that of the other drivers.

You can only cross two straight yellow lines if and when:

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Two solid yellow lines can only be crossed while making a left turn at a junction.

Every time, parking is prohibited:

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Parking is never permitted within three feet of a fire hydrant.

What does it mean when there's an arrow painted on the road?

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When a driver follows the correct path for their lane, arrows point them in the right direction. If there is an arrow pointing to the left or right, the lane is reserved for drivers who will be making a turn. An arrow with two heads indicates a lane shared by traffic that may travel in either direction. Each of these heads points in a different direction.

IN THE EVENT THAT ONE OF THE TRAFFIC LIGHTS IS BROKEN OR IS NOT OPERATING PROPERLY, YOU SHOULD:

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The police advise drivers to treat intersections with malfunctioning traffic lights as four-way stops whenever possible—requiring a complete stop from all vehicles, regardless of whether or not the turn signal is activated, before any turns are made. And if you arrive at the intersection at the same time as the other drivers, you'll be in the same position. Yield to the person driving on your right.

When changing lanes, you can check to determine whether another car is in your blind spot:

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You can only tell if another car is in your blind spot when you wish to change lanes by turning and looking over your shoulder.

BAC is denoted by the:

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The blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is the amount of ethanol measured in grams found in 100 milliliters of blood or 210 liters of breath. Tests on blood, urine, or breath can all be used to determine a person's BAC.

What should you do in the event that one of your tires bursts?

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If one of your tires blows out, the most important thing you can do is avoid slamming on your brakes. Maintain a firm grip on the steering wheel and allow the vehicle to stop in a controlled manner. Making your way to a secure location will prevent the vehicle from spinning out of control.

Which of the aforementioned claims regarding blind spots is accurate?

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larger blind areas than the majority of passenger vehicles are large trucks.

The right speed to travel at when driving in bad weather is:

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When driving in bad weather, only go as fast as it's safe to

It is possible for a person who does not have a disability to park in a spot that is designated exclusively for those with disabilities.

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Only people who have disabilities are allowed to occupy the spaces that have been designated as being for people with disabilities. Drivers who do not have a disability are not permitted to park, stop, or stand in the space.

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