Minnesota Drivers License - Tag
While most of us know the difference between red, yellow and green traffic signals on a traffic light, quite a few of those who are just preparing to take their Minnesota drivers permit test forget those subtle differences between a flashing red light and a steady red light or what you need to do when you see a yellow flashing light. What do you do when a green arrow turns yellow, but there is also a regular green signal that is still on? Do you stop or speed up to still make it through the intersection? Will you have to give way to the traffic coming towards you? Our Minnesota drivers license practice test contains a number of questions that will help you learn your way around traffic signals, let's look at one of these questions in more details!
In order to keep you and other drivers surrounding you on the road safe, the Minnesota Department of Public Safety may be required to place a restriction onto you Minnesota driver license. Such drivers license restrictions usually denote a limitation in your driving skill or a physical disability that may affect your driving performance, such as poor eye sight. Restrictions are placed onto your driver license during the initial application. Minnesota provisional license restrictions are a separate group of limitations and requirements presented before teenage drivers and are part of the state's graduated license program.