Chapter Level Quiz Final exam study guide with multiple choice questions on How to drive defensively, traffic signs, signals & markings, road rules & regulations, types of parking, Drug & Alcohol-impaired Driving, traffic infraction points and fines. Vehicle communication skills with other driver on road for safe driving. Vehicle speed limits, car maintenance, performance, car repair, car insurance coverages.

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Texas Defensive Driving Safety Course Test, Quiz - Unit 1, Unit 2, Unit 3, Unit 4, Unit 5, Unit 6, unit 7, Unit 8 Questions and Answers
Question: Determine the stopping distance by these factors: __________.
➜ Determine the stopping distance by these factors blank
A.) perception distance, reaction distance, and braking distance
B.) force of impact, inertia, and brake pressure
C.) field of view, reaction distance, and stopping distance
D.) impairment, perception distance, and brake condition

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perception distance, reaction distance, and braking distance

Question: 2. Cars parked on the side of a highway at night should show:
A.) Manual flashlights or flares from the rear.
B.) Parking lights.
C.) High-beam headlights.
D.) Interior lights.

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Parking lights

Question: When choosing your driving speed, the most important thing to consider is:
A.) The condition of other drivers
B.) The time you have to travel
C.) The condition of the car you are driving
D.) The condition of the weather, traffic, road, car, and driver

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The condition of the weather, traffic, road, car, and driver

Question: As you ___________ your vehicle, look for fluids and other objects that were not there before you parked your vehicle.
➜ As you blank your vehicle look for fluids and other objects that were not there before you parked your vehicle.
A.) Drive
B.) Enter
C.) Maintain
D.) Approach

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Approach

Question: When parking downhill it is best to
A.) place gears in neutral
B.) keep front wheel straight
C.) turn front wheels to the curb
D.) turn front wheels from curb

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Turn front wheels to the curb.

Question: Which of the following is NOT an example of a No Parking Zone?
A.) On a side street
B.) In front of a fire hydrant
C.) In a construction area
D.) On a crosswalk

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On a side street

Question: Which of the following placards allows a driver to park in a handicapped parking space.
A.) Temporary disability
B.) Permanent disability
C.) Disabled veteran
D.) All of the above

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All of the above

Question: It is __________ for a driver to leave a parked vehicle unoccupied, with the ignition on.
➜ It is blank for a driver to leave a parked vehicle unoccupied with the ignition on
A.) Legal
B.) Illegal
C.) Safe
D.) None of the above

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Illegal

Hint: Unattended Motor Vehicle - An operator may not leave the vehicle ( i.e., it is unlawful for a driver to permit the car to stand idling ) unattended without:
(1) stopping the engine;
(2) locking the ignition;
(3) removing the key from the ignition;
(4) setting the parking brake effectively; and
(5) if standing on a grade, turning the front wheels to the curb or side of the highway.

Question: If you park off the shoulder after a breakdown, ________.
➜ If you park off the shoulder after a breakdown what should you do
➜ If you park off the shoulder after a breakdown what do you do
➜ If you park off the shoulder after a breakdown blank
A.) be mindful of tall dry grass
B.) face your vehicle into oncoming traffic
C.) turn your radio up so you will be noticed
D.) turn your high beams on

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be mindful of tall dry grass


Question: Stay ______ when going through a curve?
➜ Stay blank when going through a curve
➜ What side do you stay on when going through a curve
A.) on the left center of your lane
B.) on the right side of your lane
C.) on the crown
D.) on the left side of your lane

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on the right side of your lane

Question: While you are passing on a two-lane road, _________.
➜ While you are passing on a two-lane road blank
➜ While you are passing on a two-lane road you should
A.) accelerate above the speed limit
B.) pass on the right if the shoulder is clear
C.) identify a safe space to return
D.) turn on your emergency lights
E.) other drivers will always give you the right-of-way

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identify a safe space to return

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Question: For either uphill or downhill parking, if there is no curb, turn the wheels ______ the side of the road so the car will roll away from the ______ of the road if the brakes fail.
ANS: toward, center

Question: When parking headed uphill, turn your front wheels ____ from the curb and let your vehicle roll back a few inches until the ____ of one front wheel gently touches the curb. Then set the parking brake.
ANS: away, rear

Question: When you park on a sloping driveway, turn the wheels so that the car will not ____ into the street if the brakes fail.
ANS: roll

Question: When parking near a corner you may park your vehicle no closer than how many feet from a crosswalk
ANS: 20 Feet

Question: When parking downhill you should turn your wheels
ANS: to the curb.

Question: To prevent rolling away when parking headed downhill, turn your front wheels ____ the curb or ______ the side of the road. Set the parking brake.
ANS: into, toward

Question: Passing to the right is not permitted
ANS: if you must leave the pavement

Question: You should never attempt to pass
ANS: no passing zones, curves, hills

Question: A posted speed limit of 55 means that you may drive 55 mph under __________
ANS: ideal conditions
Question: The speed posted on a sign that warns you of a curve ahead __________.
➜ The speed posted on a sign that warns you of a curve ahead blank
A.) is faster than the speed limit
B.) is a speed you can exceed if you feel comfortable doing so
C.) is the safe speed to travel in ideal conditions
D.) is a speed advised for bicycles only

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is the safe speed to travel in ideal conditions

Question: When you are exiting a parking spot, __________ has the right-of-way.
➜ When you are exiting a parking spot blank has the right of way
A.) the smaller vehicle
B.) your vehicle
C.) the larger vehicle
D.) any vehicle that is already in the lane

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any vehicle that is already in the lane

Question: When exiting a parking spot, ____________ has the right-of-way.
➜ When exiting a parking spot blank has the right of way
A.) your vehicle
B.) the vehicle moving fastest
C.) you choose who
D.) the vehicle that is already in the lane

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the vehicle that is already in the lane

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Texas Defensive Driving Safety Course Test, Quiz - Unit 1, Unit 2, Unit 3, Unit 4, Unit 5, Unit 6, unit 7, Unit 8 Questions and Answers
Question: The maximum speed limit for passenger cars on Texas Highway numbered by this state or United States outside an urban district?
A.) 30 MPH on daytime and 30 MPH on nighttime.
B.) 70 MPH on daytime and 65 MPH on nighttime.
C.) 60 MPH on daytime and 55 MPH on nighttime.
D.) 15 MPH on daytime and 15 MPH on nighttime.

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70 MPH on daytime and 65 MPH on nighttime.

Question: A posted speed limit of 55 mph means:
A.) You may drive 60 mph day or night on that road
B.) You may drive 60 mph as officers allow an extra 5 mph
C.) You can always lawfully drive 55 mph on that road
D.) You may drive 55 mph only under favorable driving conditions

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You may drive 55 mph only under favorable driving conditions

Question: The speed limit for passenger cars on highways numbered by this state or the United States is:
A.) 60 mph
B.) 55 mph
C.) 65 mph
D.) 70 mph

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70 mph

Question: The maximum daytime speed limit for passenger cars on highway numbered by this state or the United States is:
➜ The maximum daytime speed limit for passenger cars on a numbered highway is:
A.) 45 mph
B.) 65 mph
C.) 70 mph
D.) 55 mph

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70 mph

Question: The speed limit for passenger cars on designated rural interstates is:
A.) 70 mph
B.) 60 mph
C.) 55 mph
D.) 65 mph

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70 mph

Question: The speed limit for passenger cars in urban districts is:
A.) 15 mph
B.) 30 mph
C.) 25 mph
D.) 50 mph
E.) 20 mph
F.) 70 mph

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30 mph

Question: Any vehicle that is designed to travel at a maximum speed of ________ mph or lower is considered a Slow Moving Vehicle.
A.) 25
B.) 35
C.) 45
D.) 55

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25

Question: In Texas, the maximum daytime speed limit on a highway is _____ mph.
A.) 15
B.) 30
C.) 60
D.) 70

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70

Question: The maximum legal speed limit on a rural interstate highway is __________.
➜ The maximum legal speed limit on a rural interstate highway is blank
A.) 55 mph
B.) 70 mph
C.) 50 mph
D.) 60 mph

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70 mph

Question: when following another vehicle, you should maintain a --to-- second following distance between yourself and the vehicle you are following?
A.) 2-4 seconds
B.) 6-8 seconds
C.) 4-6 seconds
D.) 10-15 seconds

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2-4 seconds


Question: You should search a minimum of__________seconds ahead of your vehicle to avoid obstacles in your path.
A.) 3
B.) 15
C.) 30
D.) 60

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30

Question: Stopping a vehicle with good brakes from 20 miles per hour under good conditions requires about:
A.) 186 feet including thinking distance
B.) 80 feet including thinking distance
C.) 128 feet including thinking distance
D.) 63 feet including thinking distance

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63 feet including thinking distance

Question: At 20 miles per hour the average driver, from the moment he sees danger until he hits the brake, will travel about:
A.) 10 feet
B.) 55 feet
C.) 88 feet
D.) 44 feet

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44 feet

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Question: If a child ran into the road 65 to 70 feet ahead of your vehicle, what is the highest speed from which you could stop with good brakes before hitting him?
A.) 50 mph
B.) 20 mph
C.) 30 mph
D.) 40 mph

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20 mph

Question: Once the brakes have been applied, about how many feet does a car which was going 70 mph travel before it comes to a stop?
A.) 100 ft
B.) 445 ft
C.) 280 ft
D.) 387 ft

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387 ft

Question: Under favorable circumstances, including reaction time, a motor vehicle with good brakes, going 50 miles per hour can be stopped within:
➜ Under favorable circumstances, including reaction time, a motor vehicle with good brakes going 50 mph can be stopped within:
A.) About 55 feet
B.) About 100 feet
C.) About 229 feet
D.) About 133 feet

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About 229 feet

Question: 2. Under favorable circumstances, including reaction time, a motor vehicle with good brakes, going 50 miles per hour can be stopped within
A.) about 55 feet
B.) about 100 feet
C.) about 133 feet
D.) about 188 feet

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about 188 feet

Question: Not including thinking distance, lawful brakes must stop a car at 20 miles per hour within how many feet?
➜ Not including think distance lawful brakes must stop a car at 20 miles per hour within how many feet?
A.) 30 feet
B.) 20 feet
C.) 10 feet
D.) 25 feet

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25 feet

Question: Not including thinking and reaction distance, at 20 miles per hour, lawful brakes must stop a car within
A.) 10 feet
B.) 19 feet
C.) 30 feet
D.) 40 feet

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19 feet

Question: Including reaction time, the stopping distance is more than 20 feet at 10 miles per hour, at 20 miles per hour it will be:
➜ Including reaction time, the stopping distance is more than 20 feet for 10 miles per hour, at 20 miles per hour it will be about:
A.) 30 feet
B.) 40 feet
C.) 63 feet
D.) 75 feet

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63 feet

Question: When approaching an intersection, bridge, or railroad crossing, you should never drive (pass) on the left half of the roadway when within:
A.) 150 feet
B.) 200 feet
C.) 100 feet
D.) 250 feet

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100 feet

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Texas Defensive Driving Safety Course Test, Quiz - Unit 1, Unit 2, Unit 3, Unit 4, Unit 5, Unit 6, unit 7, Unit 8 Questions and Answers
Question: When turning left from a three lane, one-way street, you should turn from the:
A.) Center lane
B.) Right lane
C.) Either lane
D.) Left lane

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Left lane

Question: A green arrow showing with a red traffic light means:
A.) Stop
B.) After stopping, you may go ahead carefully in the direction shown by the arrow
C.) Slow down
D.) You may go ahead carefully in the direction shown by the arrow

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You may go ahead carefully in the direction shown by the arrow

Question: 2. If you are being passed, you should:
A.) Increase your speed
B.) Keep in your lane
C.) Blow your horn and wave at the other driver
D.) Let him hit you and call the officer

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Keep in your lane

Question: 2. When approaching an intersection, bridge, or railroad crossing, you should never drive on the left half of the roadway when within:
A.) 40 feet.
B.) 75 feet.
C.) 20 feet.
D.) 100 feet.

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100 feet.

Question: A vehicle should never be parked closer to a fire hydrant than:
➜ A vehicle should never be parked closer to a fire hydrant than: how many feet?
A.) 30 feet
B.) 20 feet
C.) 10 feet
D.) 15 feet

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15 feet

Question: A vehicle should never be parked closer to a fire plug than:
➜ How close to fire hydrant may a vehicle lawfully park?
A.) 10 feet.
B.) 15 feet.
C.) 20 feet.
D.) 30 feet.

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15 feet.

Question: When parking near a corner, you may park your vehicle no closer than:
A.) 30 feet from a crosswalk
B.) 10 feet from a crosswalk
C.) 40 feet from a crosswalk
D.) 20 feet from a crosswalk

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20 feet from a crosswalk

Question: When parking near a corner, you may park your vehicle no closer than 20 feet from a crosswalk.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: When parking near a corner how many feet from a crosswalk, you may park your vehicle?
A.) no closer than 30 feet from a crosswalk
B.) no closer than 10 feet from a crosswalk
C.) no closer than 20 feet from a crosswalk
D.) no closer than 40 feet from a crosswalk

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no closer than 20 feet from a crosswalk


Question: Cars parked on the side of a highway at night should show:
➜ Cars parked on the side of a highway at night should show in Texas
A.) High-beam headlights
B.) Interior lights only
C.) Flashlight only
D.) Parking lights

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Parking lights

Question:2. If a child ran into the road 60 to 65 feet ahead of your vehicle, what is the highest speed from which you could stop, with good brakes, before hitting him?
➜ If a child ran into the road 60-65 feet ahead of your vehicle, what is the highest speed from which you could stop before hitting him?
➜ If a child ran into the street 60 to 65 feet ahead of your vehicle, what is the highest speed from which you could stop, with good brakes, before hitting him?
A.) 50 mph
B.) 40 mph
C.) 30 mph
D.) 20 mph

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20 mph

Question: Cars parked on the side of a highway at night should show parking lights.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: When parking headed downhill it is best to:
➜ When parking headed downhill it is best to in Texas
A.) Turn front wheels from the curb
B.) Keep front wheels straight
C.) Place gears in neutral
D.) Turn front wheels to the curb

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Turn front wheels to the curb

Question: When parking parallel, it is best to leave the curb side wheels 6 to 18 inches from the curb.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

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Question: When parking parallel, it is best to leave the curb side wheels:
➜ When parking parallel it is best to leave the curb side wheels:
A.) 18 to 24 inches from the curb
B.) Just touching the curb
C.) 24 to 30 inches from the curb
D.) 6 to 18 inches from the curb

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6 to 18 inches from the curb

Question: After parking your vehicle, for greatest safety you should get out of your vehicle:
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➜ After parking your vehicle, for the greatest safety you should get out of your vehicle:
A.) On the street side
B.) Quickly
C.) Slowly
D.) On the curb side

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On the curb side

Question: The most important thing in backing a motor vehicle is:
A.) Looking forward carefully
B.) Looking to the right carefully
C.) Looking to the left carefully
D.) Looking back carefully

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Looking back carefully

Question: The most important thing in backing a motor vehicle is looking back carefully.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: 2. The speed posted on a sign that warns you of a curve ahead,________.
A.) is faster than the speed limit
B.) is the safe speed to travel in ideal conditions
C.) is a speed that you should drive if the road is slippery
D.) is a speed you can exceed if you have control of your vehicle

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is the safe speed to travel in ideal conditions

Question: 2. If you park off the shoulder after a breakdown, ________.
If you park off the shoulder after a breakdown, ________.
A.) open your trunk
B.) set out warning triangles
C.) turn your high beams on
D.) face your vehicle into oncoming traffic

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set out warning triangles

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Texas Defensive Driving Safety Course Test, Quiz - Unit 1, Unit 2, Unit 3, Unit 4, Unit 5, Unit 6, unit 7, Unit 8 Questions and Answers
Question: When you are caught behind a very slow truck going up a long hill, you should:
A.) Pass on the right shoulder
B.) Pass on the left half of the roadway
C.) Blow your horn in an effort to get the truck driver to move off on the shoulder
D.) Stay behind the truck until you reach the top of the hill and the way is clear

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Stay behind the truck until you reach the top of the hill and the way is clear

Question: After overtaking another motor vehicle on a two-lane road, you can best judge when it is safe to drive back into the right-hand lane by:
A.) Waiting until you can no longer see the overtaken vehicle in your rear-view mirror
B.) Waiting one full minute
C.) Waiting until you can no longer see the overtaken vehicle on your right
D.) Waiting until you can see the overtaken vehicle in your rear-view mirror

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Waiting until you can see the overtaken vehicle in your rear-view mirror

Question: If you are driving at the speed limit and another driver sounds his horn and starts to pass, you should:
A.) Sound your horn and wave to warn him
B.) Speed up to get out of his way
C.) Refuse to give way as he is already driving at the speed limit
D.) Slow down and allow him to pass

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Slow down and allow him to pass

Question: You must give a signal either by hand and arm or by a signal device:
➜ You must give a signal either by hand and arm or by a signal device in Texas
A.) Only if other traffic is affected by your movement
B.) Only if you are driving a truck or car
C.) Only at night
D.) Anytime you change lanes

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Anytime you change lanes

Question: When turning you should give the proper signal:
➜ When turning you should give the proper signal how many feet
➜ When turning you should give the proper signal answer
➜ When turning you should give the proper signal texas
A.) At least 75 feet before turning
B.) At least 50 feet before turning
C.) At least 25 feet before turning
D.) At least 100 feet before turning

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At least 100 feet before turning

Question: Before you enter an intersection, look to the __________ first.
➜ Before you enter an intersection, look to the __________ first.
A.) far side of the intersection
B.) middle of the intersection
C.) left
D.) right

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left

Question: When traveling downhill, it takes longer to stop.
➜ When traveling downhill, it takes longer to stop.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

Question: When following another vehicle how much driving time should you maintain between yourself and the vehicle you are following?
➜ When following another vehicle, how much driving time should you maintain between yourself and the vehicle you are following?
A.) 3 seconds
B.) 1 second
C.) 4 seconds
D.) 2 seconds

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4 seconds (Hint: Safer drivers extend this to a 4-second rule.)

Question: If you are being passed, you should:
A.) Blow your horn and wave at the other driver
B.) Increase your speed
C.) Let him hit you and call an officer
D.) Stay in your lane

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Stay in your lane

Question: A driver should always pass on the ____________ on a two-way road unless otherwise specified.
A.) Right
B.) Left
C.) Shoulder
D.) None of the above

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Left
HINT: In Texas, you can pass on the right only when conditions permit you to do so safely.


Question: Passing on ____________ is allowed on a multi-lane roadway with one-way traffic.
A.) The right
B.) The left
C.) Both the right and left
D.) Neither the right or left

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Both the right and left

Question: In Texas, On a two lane two-way road, passing another vehicle on the right is legal only if?
A.) The vehicle you want to pass is driving less than the posted speed limit.
B.) The vehicle ahead is signaling for a left turn and you don't have to leave the pavement.
C.) The vehicle in front of you is signaling for a right turn.
D.) None of the above

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The vehicle ahead is signaling for a left turn and you don't have to leave the pavement.

Question: Passing on ____ is allowed on a mutilated roadway with one way traffic.
A.) The Right
B.) The Left
C.) Both
D.) None

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The Right

HINT: Passing on the Right - In Texas, you can pass on the right only when conditions permit you to do so safely.
1. The road is clear of parked vehicles or other things and is wide enough for two or more lanes in each direction.
2. You are on a one-way road.
3. You may pass on a paved shoulder when the vehicle you are passing is slowing or stopped on the main travelled portion of the highway, disabled, or preparing to make a left turn.
Do not pass on the right by driving off the paved portion of the highway

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Question: When you see a sign warning you that there is a sharp turn ahead you should:
A.) Pass slower traffic
B.) Slow down
C.) Turn on your signal light
D.) All of the above

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Slow down
Hint: The road ahead makes a sharp turn in the direction of the arrow (right) i.e., to the right and then a sharp turn to the left. Slow down, keep right, and do not pass.

Question: Never drive on the left half of the road if:
A.) Select all that apply you must never drive on the left half of the road when
B.) Pavement markings or No Passing Zone prohibit it
C.) There are two or more traffic lanes traveling in opposite directions
D.) You are within 100 feet, or 5 car lengths of an intersection
All of the above

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All of the above

Question: To pass a vehicle inspection, your _________ must be heard from 200 feet away.
A.) Horn
B.) Muffler
C.) Windshield wipers
D.) Stereo

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Horn

Question: When should you not pass another vehicle?
A.) When approaching the crest of a grade or upon a curve in the highway where the your view along the highway is obstructed.
B.) When approaching within one hundred feet (100') of or traversing any intersection or railroad grade crossing.
C.) When the view is obstructed upon approaching within one hundred feet (100') of any bridge, viaduct, or tunnel.
D.) Where official signs are in place directing that traffic keep to the right, or a distinctive center line is marked.
E.) All of the answers are correct

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All of the answers are correct

Question: Position your vehicle in the __________ of your lane before turning right and move toward the center line when you are about to turn left.
A.) center
B.) right side
C.) middle
D.) left side

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right side

Question: When you see a sign that says HIGHWAY INTERSECTION 1000 FT you should do all of the following EXCEPT:
A.) Speed up
B.) Slow down
C.) Look for crossing traffic
D.) Be prepared to stop

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Speed up

Question: As you near an intersection, you discover you are in the wrong lane for turning right as intended therefore, you should:
A.) Turn from the lane you are in if no cars are coming
B.) Wait until other cars pass and then get into the proper lane
C.) Move quickly into the proper lane (a quick move is a dumb move!)
D.) Drive on ahead until you can get into the proper lane, then turn at another intersection

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Drive on ahead until you can get into the proper lane, then turn at another intersection

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