**2. Do not exceed the speed limit or drive slower than the_______.**

A.) vehicle behind you

B.) minimum speed limit

C.) speed on the advance warning sign

D.) vehicle in front of you

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

minimum speed limit

**The Basic Speed Law means:**

A.) Obey the speed limit

B.) Slow down if you do not know the speed limit

C.) Do not go faster than it is safe for conditions

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Obey the speed limit

**Speeding is permitted only when**

➜ Speeding is never permitted

A.) in an emergency

B.) you're on dry, safe roads

C.) the flow of traffic is moving faster than the speed limit

D.) you are on rural highways

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speeding is never permitted

**Unless otherwise posted, limits are set at ________ for residential zones and business districts.**

A.) 35 mph

B.) 30 mph

C.) 25 mph

D.) 45 mph

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

25 mph

Explanation: Unless otherwise posted, limits are set at 25 mph for residential zones and business districts. In areas where there are many pedestrians, driveways, and intersections, the speed limit must be lowered to ensure safety.

Explanation: Unless otherwise posted, limits are set at 25 mph for residential zones and business districts. In areas where there are many pedestrians, driveways, and intersections, the speed limit must be lowered to ensure safety.

**The speed limit in a residential neighborhood is no more than**

A.) 10 mph

B.) 15 mph

C.) 25 mph

D.) 35 mph

E.) 50 mph

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35 mph

**The speed limit in residential and business areas is:**

A.) 5MPH

B.) 40 MPH

C.) 25 MPH

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25 MPH

**When there are no speed limit signs for driving in a residential district, the speed limit is ____.**

A.) 15 MPH

B.) 25 MPH

C.) 35 MPH

D.) 30 MPH

E.) 20 MPH

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25 MPH

**The maximum speed limit at a blind intersection is ____.**

At a blind intersection what is the speed limit?

A.) 25 MPH

B.) 20 MPH

C.) 15 MPH

D.) 10 MPH

E.) 30 MPH

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15 MPH

**For two-lane undivided highways, the maximum speed limit is 65 mph. unless specified otherwise.**

A.) TRUE

B.) FALSE

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TRUE

**The maximum legal speed limit on a rural interstate highway is __________.**

A.) 60 mph

B.) 50 mph

C.) 70 mph

D.) 55 mph

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70 mph

**Can you take a shortcut through private property, such as a gas station to make a right-hand turn?**

A.) This is never legal.

B.) It is legal if you don't exceed private property speed limits; usually 5-8 mph.

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It is legal if you don't exceed private property speed limits; usually 5-8 mph.

**Unless posted otherwise, the speed limit in business districts and residential areas is:**

A.) Is always 15 mph.

B.) Is always 25 mph.

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is always 25 mph.

**In business and residential districts the speed limit is 30 mph unless otherwise posted.**

A.) TRUE

B.) FALSE

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

TRUE

**The maximum speed limit for residential districts is __________ miles per hour.**

A.) 25

B.) 30

C.) 35

D.) 40

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

30

Explanation: The speed limit, unless posted, is 25 mph in institution zones, business, or household divisions. 35 mph in certain low-density business and residential communities. 50 mph on all other roadways. 55 mph on specific country roadways and all interstates, and 65 mph on specific state highways.

Explanation: The speed limit, unless posted, is 25 mph in institution zones, business, or household divisions. 35 mph in certain low-density business and residential communities. 50 mph on all other roadways. 55 mph on specific country roadways and all interstates, and 65 mph on specific state highways.

**Unless otherwise posted, the speed limit for cars in a residential area is**

A.) 15 miles per hour.

B.) 30 miles per hour.

C.) 35 miles per hour.

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30 miles per hour.

**When attempting to pass another car safely, you should always exceed the posted speed limit.**

A.) TRUE

B.) FALSE

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

FALSE

**True or false: A speed limit shows the fastest speed you can drive under bad conditions.**

A.) TRUE

B.) FALSE

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FALSE

**You may be cited for driving at the posted speed limit.**

A.) Never

B.) If the posted speed is not safe at that time.

C.) Only if you are driving a special vehicle like a truck

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Never

**The number on the Speed Limit sign is __________**

A.) the safest maximum speed for that road.

B.) always at least 5 mph lower than what you can be ticketed for.

C.) not applicable if the traffic is very light.

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the safest maximum speed for that road.

**When the posted speed limit is 70 mph, the minimum speed limit is __________ mph.**

A.) 40

B.) 50

C.) 60

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

50

**If you are approaching any type of authorized emergency vehicle parked on a two-lane roadway with their lights flashing, you must slow to a speed that is __________ less than the posted speed limit, when it is over 25 mph.**

A.) 15 mph

B.) 10 mph

C.) 25 mph

D.) 20 mph

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

20 mph

**You are driving on a multi-lane road or highway, and are approaching an emergency vehicle parked along the roadway with its emergency lights activated. If you are in the lane closest to the emergency vehicle, you must**

A.) Turn on your headlights so the emergency workers can see your vehicle approaching.

B.) Safely leave the lane closest to the emergency vehicle, or slow down to a speed 20 miles per hour below the posted speed limit.

C.) Stay in your lane and obey the speed limit.

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

Safely leave the lane closest to the emergency vehicle, or slow down to a speed 20 miles per hour below the posted speed limit.

**What is the most common driving offense?**

ANS: Speeding

**The fine for a first offense of going 50 mph over the speed limit is:**

A.) $250

B.) $500

C.) $1,000

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

$1,000

Explanation: The correct answer is C. For a second offense you will pay $2,500 and lose your license for one year.

Explanation: The correct answer is C. For a second offense you will pay $2,500 and lose your license for one year.

**Which of the following statements is true? Speed**

A.) Speed limits show the fastest speed you may drive under ideal conditions.

B.) You are responsible for adjusting your driving speed to the road conditions.

C.) The safe speed is the one that allows you to have complete control of your vehicle.

D.) all of the above

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all of the above

**The minimum speed limit on all highways that comprise a part of the National System of Interstate and Defense Highways and have not fewer than four lanes is __________ miles per hour.**

A. 55

B. 50

C. 45

D. 40

**Get the Correct ANSWER**

50

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