DDS Practice Test - Tag
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 it is easy to remember the most common traffic signs you see on the road every say, such as the stop sign or the yield sign, there are certain signals that are much more rare. Nevertheless, you are required to learn them if you want to pass your DDS permit test in Georgia. Today's question from the DDS practice test deals with one of such rare traffic signs. Amazingly, this question almost always appears on the real Georgia permit test, so you should really commit this one to your memory.
Those who never held a Georgia driving license and would like to start driving some time in the future will have to undergo a series of tests before they can hit the road and taking a Georgia permit test at the DDS is the first step of the process. The 2013 DDS GA practice test is a great way for you to get prepared for the exam. You may be able to find a Georgia DMV practice test 2013 on the Department of Driver Services website or at one of many private websites that either offer a free GA DDS practice test or may charge you a small fee for accessing these study materials. Georgia permit practice test produces the best results if you read the official DDS drivers handbook before you start taking the tests.