Test: California Drivers Test 2009
Description: Drivers written exam
You have consented to take a test for the alcohol content of your blood, breath, or urine;
Only if you have been drinking alcohol
Whenever you drive in California
Only if an accident has occured
When driving in traffic at night on a dimly lit street, you should:
Drive slowly enough so you can stop within the area lighted by your headlights
Turn on your high beam headlights to better see the cars directly ahead of you
Keep instrument lights bright to be more visible to other drivers
You are going to make a left turn from a dedicated left turn lane when a yellow arrow appears for your lane. You should:
Speed up to get through the intersection
Be prepared to obey the next signal that appears
Stop and not turn under any cir***stances
The "three second rule" applies to the space________ of your vehicle:
To the sides
At night if an oncoming car fails to dim its high beams look:
Toward the center of the road
Toward the right edge of your lane
Straight ahead in your lane
You may legally drive in any freeway carpool if:
All other lanes are stopped with heavy traffic
You carry the minimum number of persons shown on the sign
It is between the hours of 7 am to 7 pm
You are getting ready to make a right turn. You should:
Stop first and then proceed when it is safe.
Stop before entering the right lane and let all other traffic go first.
Slow down or stop, if necessary, and then make the turn.
If there are two solid double yellow lines in the center of the roadway, you:
Should treat the lines as a solid wall and not cross for any reason
May cross the lines to turn left into a private driveway
Are on a 2 way lane 1 way street
Large trucks turning right onto a street with 2 lanes in each direction:
Often have to use part of the left lane to complete the turn
Must stay in the right lane at all times
May complete their turn in either the left or right lane
Parking is never permitted:
20 ft. from a railroad track
In a crosshatched (diagonal) pattern space
In a bicycle lane, unless otherwise posted
When parking uphill on a two-way street with no curb, your front wheels should be:
Turned to the right (away from the street).
Turned to the left (toward the street).
Parallel with the pavement.
When you enter traffic from a stop (ex. pulling away from the curb) you:
Need a large gap to get up to the speed of traffic
Should drive slower than other traffic for 200 ft.
Should wait for the first vehicle to pass, then pull into the lane
You should dim your lights for oncoming vehicles or when you are within 300 ft. of a car:
You are approaching from behind
Approaching you from behind
You have already passes
Two sets of solid, double, yellow lines that are two or more feet apart:
May not be crossed for any reason.
May be crossed to enter or exit a private driveway.
Should be treated as a separate traffic lane.
At intersections, crosswalks, and railroad crossings, you should always:
Look to the sides of your vehicle to see what is coming.
Stop, listen, and proceed cautiously.
Slowly pass vehicles that seem to be stopped for no reason.
When you back up in a passenger vehicle:
Rely on your rearview mirror
Look over your right shoulder through your rear window
Only use your side and rearview mirrors
To make a right turn onto a two-way street from a two-way street, start in the right-hand lane and end in:
The lane closest to the curb
The left lane
Any lane that is available
Which way should your front wheels be turned when parked uphill next to a curb:
Away from the curb
Parallel to the curb
Toward the curb
It is illegal to park your vehicle:
In an unmarked crosswalk
Within three feet of a private driveway.
In a bicycle lane.
You must yield the right of way to an emergency car by:
Stopping immediately, even if you are in an intersection
Moving into the right lane and driving slowly until it has passed
Driving as near to the right edge of the road as possible and stopping
Generally speaking, you are in a large truck's blind spot if you:
Follow no closer than 10 ft. behind the large truck
Drive close to the large truck's left wheel
Can not see the truck driver in the truck's side mirrors
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