# Driving written test 6 and 7

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1. Two cars reach the intersection at the same time. The first car is in position "A" , the second car is in position "C" is signaling a left turn - which vehicle has the right-of-way:
A
2. You are driving on a road with two or more lanes traveling in the same direction. You should:
Drive in the right lane except to pass.
3. When may You drive off the paved roadway to pass another vehicle:
Under no circumstances.
4. Motorcycle riders:
Are hard to see.
5. In most situations, on which side should you pass another vehicle going in the same direction?
The left side of the other vehicle.
6. What is a likely effect of taking another drug while drinking alcoholic beverages?
The effect could be multiplied.
7. You park your car on the side of the road. You are facing uphill and there is a curb present. You should:
Turn the steering wheel away from the curb.
8. When may you pass a vehicle stopped at a crosswalk to allow a pedestrian to cross?
Never.
9. You park your car on the side of the road. You are facing downhill and there is a curb present. You should:
Turn the steering wheel toward the curb.
10. Two cars reach the intersection at the same time. The first car is in position "B" and the second car is in position "C" - which vehicle has the right-of-way:
B
11. In what situations may you pass a vehicle on the right?
When another vehicle is making a left turn, or on a one way road where not restricted.
12. What factor (s) determine a person�s Blood Alcohol Content (BAC)?
• How much alcohol you drink.
• How fast you drink.
• How much you weigh.
13. When backing your car, you should always:
Look over your right shoulder through the rear window while backing.
14. A vehicle located in position "E" is in a passing zone.
TRUE
15. Doubling your speed has what effect on braking distance?
Twice the speed = four times the breaking distance.
16. T O F A vehicle located in position "D" is in a passing zone.
True
17. How can you prevent fatigue on a long trip?
• Stop for regular breaks.
• Stop for fresh air.
• Stop for light exercise.
18. Stop for regular breaks. Stop for fresh air. Stop for light exercise.
Use the right lane to pass vehicles that are making left turns
19. If you approach a red light and a traffic officer directs you to go through the intersection without stopping, you should?
Go through the intersection without stopping.
20. When a school bus stops to unload children on a divided highway, vehicles traveling in the same direction as the bus must:
Stop until all children are clear of roadway and the stop signal on the bus is withdrawn.
21. When there are two lanes of traffic going your way, it is usually safe to:
Use the right lane to pass vehicles that are making left turns.
22. If your windshield wipers stop suddenly during rain or snow you should:
• Slow down.
• Roll down the driver's side window and put your head out so you can see ahead.
• Brake and pull off the road
23. You are about to make a left turn. You must signal continuously during the last ____ feet before the turn.
100
24. When a car with bright headlights comes toward you at night, you should
Look toward the right edge of your lane.
25. You are coming to an intersection with a steady yellow light. You should:
Prepare to stop; the light is about to turn red.
26. Yellow lines are used to separate:
Lanes of traffic moving in opposite directions.
27. When a school bus stops to unload children on a divided highway, vehicles traveling in the same direction as the bus must:
Stop until all children are clear of roadway and the stop signal on the bus is withdrawn.
28. If your tire blows while driving, you should:
Take your foot off the gas, hold the wheel firmly, gently press on the brakes and steer in the direction you want to go; pull over as soon as you can.
29. How can you prevent fatigue on a long trip?
• Stops for regular breaks.
• Stop for fresh air.
• Stop for light exercise.
30. What causes most rear end collisions?
Following too closely.
31. A car and a bicycle reach the intersection at the same time. The bicycle is in position "A" and the car is in position "B" - which vehicle has the right-of-way:
A
32. Parking is prohibited when:
• 10 feet from an intersection.
• In front of a fire hydrant.
• On bridges.
33. When using your turn signal, you should:
• Make sure you do not use it too soon, or other drivers may become confused as to where you are turning.
• Make sure it is turned off after your turn or lane change is complete.
• Make sure you use it in time to give other drivers a warning that you are going to turn.
34. Match the emergency response with the event: Pump the brake pedal several times. If this does not work, use the hand/emergency brake, pulling slowly so the wheels do not lock.
Brake failure.

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