FREE Idaho DMV Drivers Test Cheat Sheet
TO SEE VEHICLES IN YOUR "BLIND SPOTS", YOU MUST LOOK:
WHEN LOOKING AHEAD OF YOUR VEHICLE WHILE DRIVING, YOU SHOULD LOOK:
BEFORE YOU REACH THE INTERSECTION, WHEN CROSSING RAILROAD TRACKS IN SLOW TRAFFIC, YOU SHOULD:
A motorist should never stop his/her vehicle on railroad tracks. If a vehicle stalls on the tracks, and the motorist sees a train coming, he/she should get out and walk clear of the tracks. Never try to race a train. Most trains need more than a mile to stop, if traveling at 60 mph or more.
WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF A TIRE BLOWS OUT WHILE YOU ARE DRIVING?
YOU MAY CONTINUE CAREFULLY THROUGH A YELLOW LIGHT IF:
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS TRUE OF SLIPPERY ROADS?
WHEN TRAFFIC IS SLOW AND HEAVY AND YOU MUST CROSS RAILROAD TRACKS BEFORE REACHING THE UPCOMING INTERSECTION, YOU SHOULD:
Expect a train on any track at any time traveling in either direction. If you need to stop after crossing the tracks, wait until you can completely cross the tracks before proceeding. Make sure your vehicle clears the tracks before you stop.
A BROKEN YELLOW CENTER LINE ON THE ROADWAY MEANS:
A broken yellow line separates lanes of traffic moving in opposite directions. Stay to the right of the line, unless you are passing a vehicle in front of you. When passing, you may cross this line temporarily when it is safe to do so.
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.
WHAT IS THE BEST ADVICE FOR DRIVING WHEN HEAVY FOG, DUST OR PRECIPITATION OCCURS?
IF YOU DRINK ALCOHOL SOCIALLY, WHAT HELPS INSURE SAFE DRIVING
GENERALLY SPEAKING, YOU ARE IN A LARGE TRUCK'S BLIND SPOT IF YOU:
While truckers do have a better forward view and bigger mirrors, they still have large blind spots and your vehicle can get lost in those blind spots. If you stay in those blind spots, you block the trucker’s ability to take evasive action to avoid a dangerous situation. Generally speaking, if you cannot see the truck driver in his or her side mirror, he or she cannot see you.
SHOULD YOU DRIVE SLOWER THAN OTHER TRAFFIC THAT IS TRAVELING WITHIN THE SPEED LIMIT?
IF YOUR VEHICLE GAS PEDAL STICKS, YOU SHOULD:
BEFORE YOU LEAVE A PARKING SPACE WHICH IS PARALLEL TO THE CURB YOU SHOULD
WHEN DRIVING NEAR ROAD CONSTRUCTION ZONES, YOU SHOULD
WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF YOUR ACCELERATOR STICKS WHILE YOU ARE DRIVING?
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.