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Most of the road signs and traffic signals are designed to convey their message in more than one way. Road signs can be identified by shape and color, not just the message printed on them. This helps you to prioritize the signs even if you are driving by at high speed. Traffic signals are designed in the same way - you can usually deduce the message from the position of an active signal, not just from its color. Quite a few questions on the Pennsylvania permit test will ask you to identify traffic signals, road signs and pavement markings just by their position, color or shape and you should learn to do that before you visit a local PennDOT office. Our PA permit practice test contains numerous questions that can help you learn Pennsylvania road signs and traffic signals, today we are looking at one of such questions in more details.
Questions on road signs and pavement markings comprise an important part of the Georgia learners permit test. In fact, the exam has a separate part that covers only Georgia road signs, it has twenty questions and you need to answer at least 15 of them correctly before you can proceed to the second part of the knowledge exam. Our Georgia learners permit practice test has a number of questions that cover GA road signs and here is the example of such question. Make sure you take a full practice permit test before you visit the DDS!
Accident prevention and defensive driving is one of the things taught during advanced driving classes. This does not mean that the only way to learn some basic accident prevention techniques is to attend those classes, in fact, you are expected to learn these basics even before you take your MA permit test, just grab yourself a copy of the MA RMV handbook. We cover questions on defensive driving and accident prevention in our MA practice permit test, here is one of such questions.
Have you spent much time studying Ohio road signs? If you have not, you should definitely dig into them now, especially if you are planning on taking the Ohio permit test some time soon. The temps test in Ohio contains two parts: road signs and road rules, and there are 20 questions on road signs that you will need to answer. Our Ohio practice permit test covers most of the Ohio road signs and road sign questions and today we are looking at one of such question in more details.
Following Texas driving rules keeps you safe and sound, but what do you do when another driver is not observing the rules and places you in danger? That's when defensive driving techniques step in. Basic defensive driving techniques are taught to everyone who applies for a learners permit and take the Texas learners permit test. You must learn at least the basics of defensive driving, not because they will allow you to pass the DPS test, but because they may save your life one day. Today we are looking at one of the permit practice test Texas questions that covers the situation when a driver who is traveling towards you does not switch from high beams to low beams.
Why is it important to learn when it is appropriate to use headlights and when should you use high beams as opposed to using low beams? Not knowing the answer to this question may not only cause you to fail the Indiana permit test, but may place you and other drivers on the road in danger in the future. Using your headlights with high beam can be just as bad as not having your headlights on, you may blind other drivers on the road and cause them to crash. Learn the appropriate way to use your headlights with this free permit practice test Indiana sample question.
The state of New York places a lot of importance into road signs and that's why there are at least four question on road signs in the NYS permit test. Keep in mind, you cannot miss more than two of these road signs permit test questions, so you should really dig into the signs and learn them all well before you hit the DMV office. Our NYS practice permit test was designed to help you learn NY traffic rules and road signs and today we are looking at one of the NYS Practice Permit Test questions in more details.
While quite a few of the Connecticut permit test questions will be common sense and won't require you to present in-depth knowledge of traffic rules, some of them cover the vehicle code and traffic laws and you must make sure to memorize the laws that are presented in the official CT drivers handbook. The “move over law” is one of such laws and it appears in quite a few CT permit test papers, that's why we could not pass it by and decided to go ahead and include a sample question covering the law into the permit practice test CT exam. Most other states have similar laws, so you should observe it even if you travel out of the state.
Despite what many drivers think, the horn has very specific uses and you are not supposed to turn the horn to channel your frustration with other drivers, pedestrians or any other road users. The horn should only be used to prevent an accident or to alert other drivers to your presence, its use is regulated by the Arizona vehicle code. Your Arizona permit test may contain questions on using the horn correctly and that's why our practice permit test AZ sample quiz also features similar questions. Today we are looking at one of such question in more details.
Every driver must remember that he is sharing the road with other motorists, motorcyclists, bicycles and pedestrians and it you must learn the rules of sharing the road well before getting behind the wheel, since you will be tested on these rules during your Missouri permit test. Bicyclists are probably the second least protected group of road users, after pedestrians, since they do not have a vehicle protecting them and they cannot use heavy protection gear that is used by motorcyclists and you must exercise extra cautions when driving near bicyclists. Bicycle crossings are places where you may encounter a large number of cyclists crossing the road at once and the approach to the crossing is usually marked by an appropriate road sign. When you see this sign, slow down and be prepared to stop if you see a cyclist crossing the road. If you want more questions on sharing the road with cyclists, make sure to check out our free Missouri practice permit test.