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Driver Manual Practice Quiz

Chapter 10 - Special Driving Conditions


Please Note: This quiz is intended to help you prepare for the types of questions you will be asked on the written test. The questions on the test you take at the DMV may be different. Return to chapter 10


When you drive at night you an reduce the problem of glare from the headlights of an approaching car by:
When you drive in heavy fog during daylight hours you should drive with your:
You have just left an expressway and are starting to drive on an ordinary highway.  You should:
What vehicles must stop at all railroad crossings?
What is the appropriate action to take when approaching a railroad crossing that does not have signals (such as lights or crossing gates)?
This sign is a warning that you are approaching:
When attempting to stop on a slippery road, the best action to take is:
Expressways have "expressway entrance lanes" (acceleration lanes) so that drivers can:
If traffic prevents you from crossing all the way across a set of railroad tracks, you may proceed only when:
If your brake pedal suddenly sinks to the floor, you should first:
Which of the following statements applies to all driving emergency situations?
If a tire blows out, the proper thing to do is:
When you get ready to leave an expressway, you should begin to use your turn signal:
When your right wheels run onto a soft shoulder, what is the best way to get back on the highway?
Why is driving on an expressway different from driving on an ordinary street?
Your car starts to skid on a slippery road.  You should:
If you drive past your exit on an expressway, you should:
When driving at night, it is most important for you to:
Night driving is dangerous because:
If an approaching train is near enough or going fast enough to be a danger, you must:
You may drive around or under a gate that is being lowered or raised at a railroad crossing:
You are getting on a highway which has a very short entrance lane.  The safest way for you to enter the flow of traffic would be to: