Practice Test

    43. You drive along a street and hear a siren. You cannot immediately see the emergency vehicle. You
    • Keep driving until you see the vehicle
    • Pull to the curb and look to see if it is on your street
    • Slow down but don't stop until you see it
    • Speed up and turn at the next intersection
    44. You must pull over and stop for:
    • Vehicles that display blue, green or amber lights
    • Authorized emergency vehicles responding to emergencies
    • A hazard vehicle that is parked, stopped or stand on any part of the highway
    • Stopped or standing school buses
    45. When you see an emergency vehicle parked, stopped, or standing with its emergency or hazard lights activated on a highway or parkway, you should:
    • Move out of the lane closest to the emergency vehicle, if possible to do so safely
    • Make a U-turn to avoid the vehicle
    • Maintain your speed and lane position if possible
    • Stop behind the vehicle and activate your hazard lights
    46. What should you do when you are going to enter a roadway from a private road?
    • Blow your horn to warn cars you are entering the roadway
    • Stop with part of the car on the roadway to warn other drivers
    • Drive out fast to merge smoothly with the traffic
    • Yield the right-of-way to pedestrians and roadway traffic
    47. The law that requires every driver to exercise care to avoid colliding with an authorized emergency or hazard vehicle is called
    • Brianna's Law
    • The Green Light Law
    • Move Over Law
    • Right of Way
    48. You want to turn right at the next intersection. You should begin to use your turn signal:
    • At least 50 feet before the turn
    • When you reach the intersection
    • At least 100 feet before you turn
    • As soon as you see cars behind you
    49. In general, you should pass vehicles going in the same direction you are going:
    • On the right
    • On the left
    • Only if the other driver signals it is safe
    • Whenever you have the opportunity to do so
    50. What does it mean when a school bus is stopped and its red lights are flashing?
    • You may pass if no children are on the road
    • You may not pass while the red lights are flashing
    • You may pass if you are facing the front of the bus
    • You may pass if it is on the other side of a divided highway
    51. . In which of the following situations is passing always forbidden?
    • The vehicle ahead is making a left turn
    • You are on a one-way street which has two lanes
    • The vehicle ahead is stopped for a pedestrian in a crosswalk
    • The vehicle ahead is going to park parallel to the curb
    52. When you want to overtake and pass another vehicle you should:
    • Wait for a signal from the other driver
    • Change lanes quickly so the other driver will see you
    • Signal and pass when safe to do so
    • Stay close behind so you need less time to pass
    53. The car behind you begins to pass you. You should:
    • Maintain your speed so traffic will flow smoothly
    • Pull to the right and stop so he can pass
    • Slow down slightly and stay in your lane
    • Blow your horn to allow him to pass
    54. You may pass another vehicle on the right if it is waiting to:
    • Turn right
    • Turn left
    • Park at the curb
    • Turn into a driveway on the right
    55. After you have passed a car you should return to the right lane when you:
    • See the front bumper of the other car in your mirror
    • Have put your turn signal on
    • Have turned your headlights on
    • See the other car's headlights come on
    56. You are driving in the middle lane on a three lane expressway. A car begins to pass you on the right. The actions of that driver are:
    • Wrong because
    • Wrong because he's passing you in your
    • OK as long as he does it on a limited access highway
    • OK if no signs forbid passing on the right
    57. In a parking space reserved for people with disabilities, a non-disabled driver:
    • May park in an emergency
    • May not park, but stop in an emergency
    • May not park or stop, but may stand in an emergency
    • May neither park, stop, nor stand
    58. If you are parked parallel to the curb, you may get out of the car on the traffic side:
    • During the daytime when other drivers can see you
    • When the traffic light at the closest intersection turns red
    • When you won't interfere with oncoming vehicles
    • If you use your four-way flasher first
    59. A "no stopping" sign means that, unless directed to do so by a policeman, you may stop only:
    • Long enough to unload packages
    • To avoid conflict with other traffic
    • To discharge passengers
    • For less than 5 minutes
    60. A "no standing" sign at a certain location means:
    • You may never stop your vehicle there
    • You may park there if the driver remains in the vehicle
    • You may stop temporarily to pick up or discharge passengers
    • You may stop to load or unload merchandise
    61. A "no parking" sign at a certain location means:
    • You may never stop your vehicle there
    • You may stop temporarily to load or unload passengers
    • You may park there if the driver remains in the vehicle
    • You may leave your vehicle unattended for less than 5 minutes
    62. Assuming that the street is level, what should you do after you have finished parallel parking in a space between two other cars?
    • Leave your front wheels turned toward the curb
    • Make sure your car almost touches the car behind you
    • Move as far forward in the space as possible
    • Straighten your front wheels and leave room between cars
    63. A driver may park in a space reserved for people with disabilities if the vehicle displays license plates for the disabled:
    • Regardless of who is in the vehicle
    • Only if the driver is disabled
    • And is carrying a disabled person named on the registration
    • If someone in the driver's immediate family is disabled
    64. You may never park:
    • On a one-way street
    • At the entrance of a building
    • In a crosswalk
    • Within 50 feet of a fire hydrant
    65. Before you leave a parking space which is parallel to the curb, you should:
    • Sound your horn
    • Turn on your four-way flasher
    • Look for traffic by turning your head
    • Look for traffic by using your inside rear-view mirror
    66. A safe speed to drive your car:
    • Is the posted speed limit
    • Is less than the posted speed limit
    • Depends on the weather and road conditions
    • Depends on the mechanical skill of the driver
    67. Driving in a state of rage can:
    • Affect your ability to reason and make decisions
    • Increase the chance of being involved in a traffic accident
    • Lead to a revoked or suspended license
    • All of these choices
    68. Seat belts can be most effective as injury preventive devices when they are worn by:
    • The person driving the car
    • Passengers when they are on a long drive
    • All occupants of a car being driven on an expressway
    • Passengers and the driver whenever they are in the car
    69. On long trips you can prevent drowsiness by:
    • Turning on your car radio
    • Slowing down so you can react better
    • Stopping at regular intervals for a rest
    • Moving your eyes from side to side as you drive
    70. Which of the following is always true about road rage?
    • There is nothing a driver can do to prevent road rage
    • You must hold your position in your travel lane
    • Only violent people experience road rage
    • You should remain polite to aggressive drivers
    71. Aggressive driving can become road rage. What should you do when confronted by an aggressive driver?
    • Speed up to pass the driver as quickly as possible
    • Be prepared to yield the right of way
    • Drink alcohol to calm yourself down
    • Make eye contact with the driver
    72. Minimum speed signs are designed to:
    • Keep traffic flowing smoothly
    • Show current local road conditions
    • Test future traffic signal needs
    • Assure pedestrian safety
    73. One of the rules of defensive driving is:
    • Look straight ahead as you drive
    • Stay alert and keep your eyes moving
    • Expect that other drivers will make up for your errors
    • Be confident that you can avoid danger at the last minute
    74. Which of the following may describe a work zone sign?
    • A white rectangle with black letters
    • An orange diamond with black letters
    • A green rectangle with white letters
    • A yellow circle with black letters
    75. On a New York State highway where there is no posted speed limit, the fastest you may legally drive is:
    • 50MPH
    • 55MPH
    • 60MPH
    • 65MPH
    76. Signs that warn "lane closed ahead" may indicate a work zone ahead. You should:
    • Merge your vehicle into the correct lane when it is safe
    • Drive to the end of the closed lane before attempting to merge
    • Understand that this sign is merely a suggestion and continue in the lane
    • Speed up to merge as quickly as possible
    77. What is true of work zones?
    • They are always stationary and therefore easily avoided
    • They are only dangerous at night
    • Speeding fines are tripled when workers are present
    • Rear-end collisions are the most common type of crash in work zones
    78. What happens to your driver's license if you refuse to take a chemical test (breath or blood)?
    • There is no evidence to find you guilty of drunk driving
    • You cannot be arrested for drunk driving
    • Your driver's license will be taken away
    • None of these choices
    79. In this state, what BAC (blood alcohol content) is evidence of intoxication?
    • 0.05%
    • 0.03%
    • 0.10%
    • 0.08%
    80. What effect might alcohol and another drug have when combined in your blood?
    • Increase the effects of both
    • Have no effect on driving ability
    • Reduce the effects of the drug or medicine
    • Reduce the effects of the alcohol
    81. Which of the following does not happen after drinking?
    • Your reflexes and reaction time slow down
    • Your judgment of speed and distance is distorted
    • You are less alert
    • You calm down so you can concentrate
    82. A driver who is taking a non-prescription drug should:
    • Read the labels on the drug before driving
    • Drink alcohol instead
    • Continue to drive
    • Drive only during daylight hours
    83. Which of the following does alcohol affect?
    • Recovery from headlight glare
    • Reaction time
    • Judgment of distances
    • All of these choices
    84. Blood alcohol content (BAC) depends on each of the following except:
    • Your body weight
    • How much you drink
    • How much time passes between drinks
    • How physically fit you are
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