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In our age of electronics, cars are stuffed with computers and most drivers don't even see the need for hand signals, why use them if you have turn signals, stop signals, headlights and emergency lights? You realize what hand signals are for when your electrical systems fail (thankfully, the chance of this happening is quite low unless you are driving a very old car). Hand signals allow you to communicate your intentions to other drivers you share the road and the DMV wants you to know them before allowing you to get behind the wheel. Questions on hand signals are quite common for the Kentucky permit test and we simply could not walk past them when gathering materials for our Kentucky permit practice test. Today we are looking at one of the sample practice permit test KY questions in more details. If you are going to take the real knowledge exam soon, make sure to go through more sample questions and complete the full practice exam at least once!
Questions from the North Carolina permit test that cover parking rules are among the most hated permit test questions out there: when you start studying, it seems like there are hundreds of different regulations to remember. Unfortunately, there is no easy way to memorize all NC parking rules, the only way to learn them is to spend some time reading the book and taking practice permit test NC questions that cover these rules. Today we are covering one of the questions that covers parking close to emergency vehicles. Check out the full NC practice permit test for more sample question on parking rules!
Driving under the influence is a serious offense and if you are under 21 years of age, you can be arrested for DUI with blood alcohol concentration of just 0.02 percent, which is very low. There is a zero tolerance law for minors that does not allow you to drive after consuming any alcohol at all. Even the smallest amount of alcohol may impair your driving ability and you should be well aware of this when you get behind the wheel. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation wants to ensure that you are know the dangers and consequences of driving under the influence and that is why the Pennsylvania permit test always has questions that involve BAC in one way or another. Today we are looking at one of the permit practice test PA questions that is based on the official Pennsylvania drivers handbook and deal with legal BAC. Make sure to check out the complete Pennsylvania practice permit test before you visit the office to take the real thing!
Today we are looking at one of the Ohio practice temps test questions that deal with child safety and stopping for a school bus. There are many different situations you can find yourself in: when you are on a residential road and the school bus has stop on one of the opposite lanes, on a divided highway, in a school zone. Depending on the type of the road you are on and the direction you are traveling in, your actions may be different. Since there are Ohio permit test questions that cover stopping for a school bus, we could not omit this question from our practice Ohio temps test either!
Drinking and driving is dangerous: we all know this, we are being told this all the time by the media, the DMV, our friends and parents. However, there is still such a thing as “legal amount of alcohol” you can drink before you get behind the wheel in Connecticut, provided you are over 21 years of age. Even you are a non-drinker and never plan on driving after drinking alcohol, the DMV still requires you to know legal blood alcohol content (BAC) levels and you may get a question on driving under the influence on your Connecticut permit test, that is why it is important that you learn as much as possible about the effects of alcohol on your driving ability. For this reason, we have a number of practice permit test CT questions on driving under the influence and BAC levels. While legal BAC levels may vary between states, the effect alcohol has on your driving ability does not, make sure you understand exactly what happens when you drink and drive.
Learning traffic signals is important for a number of reasons: first of all, you should learn them because knowing them directly impacts your safety. If you don't know and don't follow traffic signals, you have a very high chance of getting into a traffic accident. Second, you don't stand a chance of passing the AZ permit test unless you can answer questions on traffic signals. Yes, your Arizona permit test will contain a number of questions on traffic signals, it is not just about driving rules and road signs. This is why our Arizona practice permit test has so many questions on traffic signals, to help you learn them well and pass the permit test the first time you take it!
Want to pass your Tennessee permit test the first time you take it? If you do, you should sit down and spend some time learning all of the Tennessee road signs. Yes, we know, not all of them will be on your permit test, some of the road signs come up on the test more frequently than others, some of them won't make it to the test at all. This does not mean you should simply skip over these signs since you WILL encounter them on the road some day and you MUST know what they mean. This is why our Tennessee practice permit test covers virtually every road sign there is, we think all of them are equally important. Today we are covering one of the Tennessee road signs questions from the practice test in more details!
Great roads that we have today allow us to travel at high speed and get to places much quicker then before. The downside of high speed driving is that everything happens very quickly and you need to be prepared to react to the ever changing on road conditions. Successfully passing the North Carolina permit test requires you to answer a number of questions on defensive driving and accident prevention, but this is not the only reason why you should learn these techniques. It is much easier to react to a situation when you know exactly what needs to be done, so you don't have to waste time about choosing the best approach to the situation and start acting right away. Today we are looking at one of the practice permit test NC questions that deal with accident prevention. Make sure to check out the complete North Carolina practice permit test before you visit the office and take your NC permit test.
Traffic signals is probably a part of the road infrastructure everyone is familiar with - you see them every time you go somewhere, when you cross the street or when your parents are driving you to a friend's house. While most of the Virginia permit test questions that cover traffic signals and traffic lights should not pose any problems to most students, some still get confused about the principle of the “protected turn” and what is expected of them when green or red arrows are displayed. Today we are covering one of the permit practice test VA questions that deal with additional traffic signals to help you tackle this matter.
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.