What should the Driver of the Car do? - Sharing the Road with Others

Question: The blue car approaches a red light intending to turn right. What should the driver do?
A.) Come to a complete stop, wait for cross traffic to pass, and make the turn when it's safe to do so.
B.) Come to a complete stop, then make the turn. Cross traffic should yield because the blue car is on the right.

Get the Correct ANSWER

Come to a complete stop, wait for cross traffic to pass, and make the turn when it's safe to do so.


Question: The blue car approaches an intersection with a flashing red traffic light and no other vehicles present. What should the driver do?
A.) Stop the car before entering the intersection, then scan the road and proceed when it's safe.
B.) Slow down and drive through the intersection with caution—there's no need to stop if there are no other cars at the intersection.

Get the Correct ANSWER

Stop the car before entering the intersection, then scan the road and proceed when it's safe.


Question: The blue car approaches an intersection with a flashing yellow traffic light and no other vehicles present. What should the driver do?
A.) Slow down, then scan the road and proceed when it's safe.
B.) Continue through the intersection without slowing down—there's no need to slow down if there are no other cars at the intersection.

Get the Correct ANSWER

Slow down, then scan the road and proceed when it's safe.


Question: The blue car approaches a four-way stop with no other vehicles present. What should the driver do?
A.) Come to a compete stop, then scan the road and proceed when it's safe.
B.) Continue through the intersection without slowing down. There is no need to stop if there are no other cars at the intersection

Get the Correct ANSWER

Come to a compete stop, then scan the road and proceed when it's safe.


Question: The blue car approaches a four-way stop behind the orange car. The orange car comes to a complete stop, then turns left. What should the driver of the blue car do?
A.) Continue driving through the intersection, since there are no other cars, and he already stopped behind the orange car.
B.) Come to a complete stop, then drive through the intersection when it's safe to do so.

Get the Correct ANSWER

Come to a complete stop, then drive through the intersection when it's safe to do so.


Question: The blue car approaches a four-way stop. A white car is already stopped to the right of the blue car. What should the driver of the blue car do?
A.) Follow the "first in, first out" rule: come to a complete stop, yield to the white car, then continue.
B.) Follow the "yield to the left" rule: come to a complete stop, then continue. The white car should yield because the blue car is on the left.

Get the Correct ANSWER

Follow the "first in, first out" rule: come to a complete stop, yield to the white car, then continue.


Question: The blue car approaches a four-way stop at the same time as the white car. What should the driver of the blue car do?
A.) Come to a complete stop, then yield to the white car. The driver of the blue car should yield the right-of-way because he's turning left, while the white car is going straight.
B.) Come to a complete stop, then continue through the intersection. The driver of the white car should yield the right-of-way because the blue car is turning left.

Get the Correct ANSWER

Come to a complete stop, then yield to the white car. The driver of the blue car should yield the right-of-way because he's turning left, while the white car is going straight.


Question: The blue car approaches an intersection displaying a YIELD sign to him, while cross traffic does not have a YIELD sign. What should the driver do?
A.) Yield the right-of-way to cross traffic. The YIELD sign instructs the driver to yield to cross traffic.
B.) Continue through the intersection. The YIELD sign indicates that cross traffic will yield to the blue car.

Get the Correct ANSWER

Yield the right-of-way to cross traffic. The YIELD sign instructs the driver to yield to cross traffic.


Question: The blue car is passing the white car and intends to return to its lane. What should the driver of the blue car do?
A.) Return to his lane only when he can see the front of the white car in his rearview or side view mirror.
B.) Return to his lane as soon as he believes his car's rear end has passed the front of the white car.

Get the Correct ANSWER

Return to his lane only when he can see the front of the white car in his rearview or side view mirror.


Question: The blue car approaches an intersection with a green light. A large truck is stopped just before the intersection in the right lane. What should the driver of the blue car do?
A.) Slow down and scan the intersection to make sure that it's safe before driving through.
B.) Continue through the intersection, since the light is green.

Get the Correct ANSWER

Slow down and scan the intersection to make sure that it's safe before driving through.


Question: If a big truck in front of your car begins to turn left, but its right turn signals are flashing, it is most likely that truck driver __________________.
A.) started to turn left but forgot to turn off the right turn signals
B.) is preparing for a U-turn
C.) is preparing to turn right
D.) none of the above

Get the Correct ANSWER

is preparing to turn right


Question: Is it necessary to come to a complete stop at a STOP sign, even if the intersection is clear?
A.) If you don't see any approaching cars, there is no need to come to a complete STOP
B.) Whenever you see a stop sign, you must come to a COMPLETE STOP behind the stop line, crosswalk, or at the corner
C.) Only stop if you see pedestrians crossing
D.) Stop means slow down. No one expects you to actually stop

Get the Correct ANSWER

Whenever you see a stop sign, you must come to a COMPLETE STOP behind the stop line, crosswalk, or at the corner


Question: The blue car is driving behind the orange car and must maintain a safe following distance. What should the driver of the blue car do?
A.) Maintain a one-second following distance.
B.) Maintain a two-second following distance.

Get the Correct ANSWER

Maintain a two-second following distance.


Question: The driver of the blue car has been driving for five hours without a break. She feels tired and sleepy, but isn't far from her destination. She notices a rest area ahead. What should she do?
A.) Pull over at the rest area and rest or nap until she no longer feels tired.
B.) Roll down the windows and continue driving, resting once she reaches her destination.

Get the Correct ANSWER

Pull over at the rest area and rest or nap until she no longer feels tired.


Question: The driver of the green car, while driving in the left lane of a two-lane road, sees a vehicle stopped on the right shoulder, partially blocking the far right lane. The blue car is attempting to pass the green car. What should the driver of the green car do to clear the scene safely?
A.) Slow down and stay alert to the surroundings.
B.) Continue at the same speed, and keep their eyes carefully on the stopped car, to make sure it does not move unexpectedly.

Get the Correct ANSWER

Slow down and stay alert to the surroundings.


Question: The driver of the green car sees a vehicle stopped on the right shoulder, partially blocking the far right lane. The blue car is attempting to pass the green car. What should the driver of the green car do?
A.) Speed up to prevent the blue car from passing.
B.) Slow down to allow the blue car to pass.

Get the Correct ANSWER

Slow down to allow the blue car to pass.


Question: The blue car approaches a curve at 45 mph. The posted speed limit is 35 mph. What should the driver do?
A.) Slow down to the posted speed limit before entering the curve.
B.) Continue through the curve at 45 mph. if it becomes dangerous, the driver can simply slow down during the turn.

Get the Correct ANSWER

Slow down to the posted speed limit before entering the curve.


Question: The blue car approaches an intersection with a green light, intending to turn right. A large truck ahead of the blue car activates its right turn signal, but moves into the left lane. What should the driver of the blue car do?
A.) Slow down and let the truck make its turn— sometimes large trucks need to enter the opposite lane to allow for wider turns.
B.) Speed up and pass the truck, then turn, because the car is much faster than the truck.

Get the Correct ANSWER

Slow down and let the truck make its turn— sometimes large trucks need to enter the opposite lane to allow for wider turns.


Question: The blue car approaches a highway from an onramp. A large truck is already in the lane the car wishes to merge into. What should the driver of the blue car do?
A.) Slow down, allow the truck to pass, then merge into the lane when it's safe to do so.
B.) Speed up to pass the truck and merge into the lane ahead of it.

Get the Correct ANSWER

Slow down, allow the truck to pass, then merge into the lane when it's safe to do so.


Question: The blue car approaches a stopped school bus with a STOP sign extended and flashing yellow lights. There are no children in sight. What should the driver of the blue car do?
A.) Stop the car and wait for the bus to retract its STOP sign and turn off its flashing lights before continuing.
B.) Continue past the bus, since there are no children present.

Get the Correct ANSWER

Stop the car and wait for the bus to retract its STOP sign and turn off its flashing lights before continuing.


Question: An ambulance with flashing lights and sirens approaches the blue car from behind. What should the driver of the blue car do?
A.) Slow down to allow the ambulance to pass on the right.
B.) Pull over to the right side of the road and stop as soon as it is safe, continuing only when the ambulance has passed.

Get the Correct ANSWER

Pull over to the right side of the road and stop as soon as it is safe, continuing only when the ambulance has passed.


Question: The blue car approaches a railroad crossing with lowered gates and flashing lights. There is no train in sight. What should the driver do?
A.) Stop and wait for the gates to rise and the lights to stop flashing.
B.) Drive around the gates and continue forward.

Get the Correct ANSWER

Stop and wait for the gates to rise and the lights to stop flashing.


Question: The blue car approaches a construction zone. A construction worker is holding up a STOP sign. What should the driver do?
A.) Carefully pass the stopped cars and drive around the construction zone as quickly as he safely can.
B.) Obey the construction worker, moving forward only when told it is safe to do so.

Get the Correct ANSWER

Obey the construction worker, moving forward only when told it is safe to do so.

The purpose of driving safety program is to increase road safety awareness by reducing traffic violations and to keep your auto insurance premiums low. Handle Speeding ticket, stop sign citation, lawyer for fighting traffic tickets & other violations.



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