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We all know that drunk driving is a dangerous thing, we all know that there is no such thing as a “safe” amount of alcohol we can drink before getting behind the wheel of a car, but the MVA actually requires us to know driving laws that involve alcohol in more details. One of the questions that gets thrown around more frequently than others: “is it legal to drive with an open container of alcohol in your vehicle”. The reason why this question gets asked so often is because open alcohol container laws differ between states and naturally people want to know the law that applies to them. Questions on the open alcohol container law may be included in the Maryland permit test and since our MVA practice test was designed to help people prepare for the exam, we included this sample question in our database as well. Today we are looking at this sample question in more details.
Today we are doing a very easy DMV practice test Florida question on the effects of drugs and alcohol on your driving ability. This question is especially easy for Florida kids since teenagers in FL must take a mandatory TLSAE Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education class prior to applying for a learners permit. Don't ignore this question if you are an adult and have not taken the 4 hour class - there are plenty of Florida permit test questions that will involve legal BAC levels and you should still learn them. If you are looking for more questions on Florida traffic rules and road signs, make sure to take the entire Florida DMV practice test!
The New Jersey permit test can be called rather extensive, when compared to similar knowledge tests in other states. The DMV test in NJ has 50 questions, which means that your chances of simply winging the test without studying are extremely low. Quite a few of those questions will cover NJ road signs and it would do you a lot of good if you spend some time learning them. Our NJ DMV practice test has a number of questions on New Jersey traffic signs that you can go over and today we are covering one of such questions in more details. This question requires you to correctly identity the road sign that marks a highway with two way traffic. Make sure to do the complete NJ MVC practice test for other questions like this one!
The real DMV test in VA has two parts and the first part of the exam is dedicated entirely to Virginia road signs. This traffic sign part of the Virginia permit test has 10 question and you must absolutely all of them correctly before you are even allowed to proceed to the second part of the test, this is why it is so important for you to make time for learning VA traffic signs. We prepared a number of DMV practice test VA questions for you to go through to help you pass the road signs test easier and today we will be looking at one of such questions in more details. Please keep in mind that you may also take a full Virginia DMV practice test if you want to cover more questions like this one!
Today we are looking one of the DDS practice permit test questions that have to deal with parking your vehicle on hills. While this questions comes from the Georgia DDS test, it will be just as useful to those applying for a learners permit or drivers license in a different state since safety rules are the same across the whole country and your location will not affect the answer to this question. If you are still not entirely sure which way to turn your wheel when parking uphill or downhill, make sure to read the drivers manual and take the complete DDS practice test on the site!
While this DMV NY permit test practice question is about school zones, it is also about speed limits and driving safely when children are around. Remember that there are special regulations that require you stop for school buses and reduce speed when children are present near the highway. Breaking these regulations is punishable by a very large fine (the fine may be as high as $1000 for repeat offenders, plus you lose 5 points off your license) and you may even lose your drivers license altogether if you are found to be guilty of this violation three times within a three year period. We frequently see question on school zones and school buses on NY permit test papers and that's why we are looking at one of such questions today. Today's question covers the speed limit in school zones in New York. If you want to do more questions like this one, make sure to check out the full NY DMV permit practice test!
While most of us are used to the ref traffic signal prohibiting any further movement or actions, there are certain maneuvers you perform under the red traffic signal. Making a right turn is one of such maneuvers, provided you do it correctly and follow additional safety precautions. Today we are covering one of the CA DMV practice test questions that is very similar to what you may encounter during the real California permit test, since almost every test paper has questions on traffic signals. If you want to practice more questions like the one below, make sure to check out the complete free California DMV practice test!
Today we are looking at one of the DMV practice permit test NY questions that deal with child safety and seat belt laws. Questions on seat belt laws and child safety appear on almost every New York state permit test paper and this is the part of the test many applicants struggle with, since there are so many exceptions and little things to remember. Read the official NYS driver's manual then take this free DMV NY practice permit test to make sure you understood everything correctly!
Today we will look at yet another traffic signal you may encounter on the road. This is not a signal you see too frequently, but it does come up on public roads and you are expected to know how to react when you see it and yes, questions on traffic signals do come up on the Oregon permit test! Amazingly, despite the fact that we learn to use traffic lights from a very young age, people still manager to fail to answer questions on traffic signals correctly! Make sure not to skip the section on traffic signals in the drivers handbook and take a full Oregon DMV practice test before you go into the office for the real thing!
Knowing and understanding pavement markings is just as important as knowing road signs, speed limits and other driving rules. Pavement markings help you maintain your course on the road, separate different lanes of traffic and provide guidance on making various maneuvers. Questions on pavement markings usually appear in the signs section of the Indiana BMV permit test and they are also covered extensively in our Indiana BMV practice test! Today we will be looking at one of such questions, dig in!