DMV Practice Test - Category
Road rage is a big issue for us today and you should know the right way to deal with aggressive drivers. While the Illinois permit test rarely features questions on road rage, learning how to handle drivers who drive aggressively is important for your own safety and that is why we included a number of sample question that cover dealing with road rage into our Illinois DMV practice test. Even if you want to skip this particular question, you should still check out the complete IL DMV practice permit test as it has many other questions that will come up during your Illinois drivers permit test.
While the NYS DMV permit test does not have as many questions on road signs as some other states, you still need to learn them all. Knowing road signs and following their directions is important for your safety and the safety of your passengers. Our NYS DMV practice permit test contains numerous question on NY road signs and traffic rules and you should check out this sample exam before you take the real test. Today we are looking at one of the New York state permit test questions that cover road signs in more details.
Most people don't need to read a drivers handbook to answer questions about traffic lights and traffic signals - you see them every day, you know what they mean and what's expected of you when a red or a green light is displayed. Amazingly, people still end up missing questions on traffic signals during the Florida permit test, be that due to stress or something else. We prepared a number of sample questions on traffic signals for our Florida DMV practice test and today we are looking at one of these questions. Make sure to check out the complete DMV practice test before you visit the DMV!
The New Jersey permit test covers a wide variety of question on driving rules and road signs and questions on speed limits are almost always present on the test. There are many ways to learn New Jersey speed limits: you can take study NJ MVC practice test questions, read the drivers handbook or use driving test flashcards that are readily available on the Internet. Today we are looking at one of the questions from the DMV NJ practice test that deals with a situation when you need to drive below the posted speed limit. Make sure to take a full practice test before you visit the MVC and take your NJ permit test!
Learning speed limits is important for your own safety, not just for passing the NYS DMV permit test. Most of the traffic accidents that result in severe injuries or death are high speed collisions and that is the reason why you should know what the safe and legal speed is for every type of the road. While you should definitely check out all speed limits in the official NY drivers manual, here is a DMV practice test NY question you can mull over.
Have you ever heard of speed management? If you are about to take your California permit test and you have not learned anything about speed management yet, you better grab a copy of the California DMV handbook and read everything about managing your speed and read it quick. The DMV test may have a number of questions on managing speed and you won't be able to pass the exam unless you learn these rules. We have prepared a number of questions on managing speed for our California DMV practice test, one of them is provided below. Remember that the CA DMV practice test that is on the site has other questions on speed management, check it out before you hit the DMV office!
Those who already took the New Jersey permit test know that the exam contains quite a few questions on road signs and this is why it is so important to learn the signs well before visiting the office. Some people think they can wing the road signs exam without studying since most of the signs are self-explanatory. While it is true that most road signs are easy to understand, some of the road signs permit test questions may be somewhat tricky. The DMV practice permit test NJ quiz that if offered on the site contains questions that will help you prepare for your permit test and today we are looking at one of such permit test questions that covers New Jersey warning signs.
Railroad crossings is a high-danger zone and it is the driver's responsibility to ensure his own safety and the safety of his passengers when crossing the tracks. Trains are immensely heavy and they have very limited breaking capability, a train simply won't be able to stop to prevent an accident with a vehicle that suddenly appears on the tracks. Since questions on railroad crossings frequently appear on the North Carolina permit test, we decided to go ahead and cover couple of similar questions from our free North Carolina DMV practice test. Today's question covers the situation when you are approaching a railroad crossing and there are no signals flashing.
There is no over-stressing of how important communicating between drivers is. While you don't think much about it, you are communicating with other road users almost every single moment you are driving, especially when you are driving in heavy traffic. Using your turn signals, your headlights, pumping the breaks lightly: all these things can be used to send messages to other drivers. There are many Virginia DMV permit test questions that cover various means of communication and today we are looking at one of such questions: what do you do you your turn signals fail? Remember that our DMV Virginia practice test contains many questions on communicating with other drivers, make sure to learn these DMV test answers before you visit the office!
Did you know that over 1.2 million crashes every year happen due to driver distraction and inattention to road and traffic conditions? What's even more amazing is the fact that teenagers are much more likely to miss something on the road when they get distracted than an average adult driver. The PennDOT does a great job at uncovering these statistics in the drivers handbook and questions on accident prevention almost always appear on the PennDOT permit test. Today we will be looking at one of such questions from the PennDOT practice test.