|A point suspension prohibits points on your driver's record to be used for additional suspensions. True False.
When you approach a railroad crossing without warning signals, stop signs or crossing gates: A. Slow down, look and be ready to stop B. Always stop. C. Keep speed and cross the tracks quickly.
After passing a vehicle to the left, you see an oncoming vehicle. You must return to the right side of the road before the oncoming car is within: A. 100 feet. B. 200 feet. C. 50 feet.
When a traffic officer is directing you to drive against a red light, you should: A. Wait for verbal directions B. Drive against the red light. C. Stay where you are.
On which side should you pass a barricade with this panel? A. On either side B. To the left C. To the right.
If there is an oncoming vehicle head-on in your lane, your escape path from a collision is: A. To your left hand side B. To your right hand side.
Which of the following equipment is not allowed on your car? A. Safety glass. B. Window tinting. C. A muffler cutout. D. Spotlights.
A traffic crash report must be filed when a crash results in property damage that appears to be: A. $1,500 or more B. $750 or more. C. $500 or more.
Signaling when suddenly slowing down or stopping is: A. Required by law. B. Common courtesy, but not required by law. C. Required by law in business districts, cities and towns only.
Most crashes occur on freeways at high speed. A. False. B. True. More crashes happen at intersections than any other place. Be very careful when approaching any intersection or driveway.
When you approach a bicyclist in a multi-lane roundabout, you should: A. Stay behind. B. Pass on the right. C. Pass on the left.
When is it against the law to leave child younger than 6 years of age unattended in a motor vehicle? A. When windows are left open. B. When the air condition is turned off. C. When the child is not secured in a child restraint system. D. When you are gone for more than 15 minutes.
A fireman is directing you to do a turn against existing signs. What should you do? A. Obey the existing signs. B. Obey the fireman and make the turn. C. Wait until somebody else follows the directions. D. Wait until instructed by a police officer.
A blind spot is the area of the road: A. You see in your side mirror. B. You cannot see beyond the area lighted by your headlights. C. You cannot see without looking over your shoulder.
You cannot park and leave your car: A. Where a sign says you can park. B. 10 feet from a fire hydrant. C. 30 feet from a crosswalk at an uncontrolled intersection.
Which of the following is not considered safe driving on an expressway? A. Staying in the middle of your lane. B. Using left-hand lane when driving slower than other traffic. C. Using your headlights. D. Keeping pace with other traffic.
When you are passing a truck and traffic ahead is stopping or slowing down, you should: A. Honk your horn. B. Avoid pulling in front of the truck. C. Speed up and merge in front of the truck.
What does this sign mean? A. You are driving the wrong way on a one-way street. B. All traffic must turn ahead. C. Intersecting road is for one-way traffic only. D. There is a detour ahead.
You are considered a resident of Florida if you: A. Paying tuition at a Florida college or university. B. Accept employment in Florida. C. Reside in Florida for more than 30 days.
If you refuse to take a test to determine your blood alcohol level and it is your first offense, you driving privilege will be automatically suspended for: A. 30 days. B. 90 days. C. One year.
You are driving on a freeway. What is the best thing to do if you feel drowsy and tired? A. Think about something else than driving B. Leave at the next exit. C. Increase speed slightly.
Which light indicates that you should slow down and proceed with caution at an intersection? A. Steady red. B. Steady yellow. C. Flashing yellow.
What is the maximum speed limit for passenger cars on a two-lane highway? A. 30 mph. B. 70 mph. C. 55 mph. D. 60 mph.
You must turn on your headlights: A. After sunrise B. When you come within 500 feet of an oncoming vehicle. C. When it is raining.
If you have a tire blowout, you should: A. Let the car slow to a low speed or a stop. B. Allow the steering wheel to move freely. C. Brake hard to bring your car to an immediate stop.
What should you do if you are involved in a traffic crash and someone is injured? A. Call for professional help. B. Move them from the vehicle. C. Give them something to drink.
A shared center lane for turning can be used: A. By traffic from both directions. B. For passing slower vehicles. C. For parking.
Road signs with orange background is used: A. In school zones. B. In work zones C. On interstates only.
What does this sign mean? A. Steep downgrade ahead. B. Work Zone. C. Side road.
The restriction code letter E on a driver license indicates the following restriction: A. Must wear hearing aid. B. Automatic transmission only. C. Daylight driving only.
When making a left turn you should: A. Look in all directions before starting to turn. B. Keep close to the right pavement marking. C. Keep your wheels pointed to the left before starting to turn.
If you are stopped behind a truck on an uphill grade: A. Move close to the curb or shoulder. B. Stay to the left in your lane and leave extra space. C. Stay in the middle of your lane and close behind.
If you meet a school bus traveling in the opposite direction on a four-lane highway divided only by a five-foot unpaved strip and the bus is displaying a stopped signal, you must: A. Stop, but only if the bus has stopped in a loading zone B. Always stop C. Proceed with caution.
A traffic signal is showing a steady red light. After stopping, you: A. May turn right into any street unless prohibited by signs. B. May proceed straight ahead if safe. C. Must always remain stopped until a green light appears.
This is an example of: A. A warning sign. B. A regulatory sign. C. A construction and maintenance sign.
When a vehicle is coming toward you at night, at what distance are you required to dim your headlights? A. 500 feet. B. 200 feet C. 400 feet.
At a four-way stop, a driver should always yield the right-of-way to: A. The vehicle approaching from the left. B. The vehicle that is bigger C. The vehicle that reaches the intersection first.
What is the proper way to use anti-lock brakes in an emergency situation? A. Keep steady pressure on the brake pedal. B. Pump the brake pedal hard and fast. C. Apply light pressure on the brake pedal.
Changing lanes is prohibited when the line dividing two lanes is: A. A double solid white line. B. A solid white line. C. A broken white line.
A vehicle carrying this sign: A. Is transporting a hazardous load. B. Is longer than normal. C. Is moving slower than normal.
What is the marked area in the picture called? A. Mirror visibility B. Passing zone. C. Safety maneuver angle. D. Blind spot.
When making a left turn from lane closest to the center on a street with more than one lane marked for left turns, you should: A. Complete the turn in the closest lane going in your direction. B. Complete the turn in right lane of the cross street. C. Complete the turn in either lane going in your direction.
If you are thrown from the car in an accident, the risk of death increase at least: A. Three times. B. Two times. C. Five times.
Before turning left or right you must signal during the last: A. 25 feet. B. 50 feet. C. 200 feet. D. 100 feet.
A combination of these two signs tells you: A. The actual location of a school crossing. B. There is an unmarked crosswalk ahead. C. There is a cross road.
You approach this intersection. Which lane must you use for a left turn? A. Middle lane (B). B. Left-hand lane (A). C. One of the two left-hand lanes (A or B).
To establish a safe following distance, it is a good idea to use: A. Your mirrors. B. Headlights on high beam. C. Higher speed. D. A three-to-four-second minimum distance.
This sign tells you: A. What to expect after the curve. B. That there is a speed limit ahead C. The safe speed to use around the curve.
Consuming alcohol greatly affects: A. Reaction B. Vision C. Coordination. D. All of the above.
When making a right turn you must: A. Yield the right-of-way to pedestrians. B. Drive close to the center divider line or left edge of the road. C. Avoid signaling.
Drivers entering a roundabout: A. Have the right of way if they arrive first. B. Must always stop before entering. C. Must yield to drivers already in the roundabout.
A yield sign in your lane: A. Is the same as a yellow traffic signal. B. Means you must slow down or stop, until the way is clear. C. Is the same as a stop sign or flashing red signal.
When driving in foggy conditions, high beams will: A. Reduce glare. B. Impair your visibility. C. Improve your ability to see ahead.
During the first three months with a restricted learner's license you may drive alone: A. In no situation. B. Any time, except between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. C. To a license office for the purpose of taking a test.
When you park and leave your car, you must: A. Set the parking brake, but can leave your keys in the ignition. B. Set the parking brake, but can leave the motor running. C. Turn off the engine, but can leave keys and not set parking brake. D. Turn off the engine, set the parking brake and remove the key.
When you drive through a construction zone, you should: A. Decrease distance between you and any car ahead. B. Slow down to watch the ongoing work. C. Be prepared to slow down or stop.
Which of the following statements is wrong about large trucks? A. They have longer stopping distance than most cars. B. They have bigger blind spots than most cars. C. They need less room to maneuver.
When you are required to stop at a railroad crossing, you must keep the following minimum distance to the nearest rail: A. 7.5 feet. B. 50 feet C. 20 feet D. 15 feet.
You may be arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) if you are impaired by: A. Alcohol B. A prescription drug. C. An over-the-counter medicine. D. All of the above.
Emotions affect your driving. If overly worried, excited, afraid or angry, it is a good idea to: A. Try to think about something else than driving. B. Take drugs to calm you down. C. Let somebody else drive.
On this road (yellow lines), traffic flows in: A. One direction only. B. Two (opposite) directions.
Which car or cars are best positioned for a right turn on this one-way street? A. The car in the extreme left lane (marked D). B. The car in the extreme right lane (marked A). C. Any of the cars in the two upper lanes (marked A and B). D. No car is allowed to do a right turn.
You arrive at a serious motorcycle crash. The motorcyclist is unconscious and bleeding. Which of the following should you NOT do, unless it is necessary: A. Call for professional help. B. Check for breathing. C. Try to stop the bleeding. D. Remove the motorcyclist's helmet.
When an emergency vehicle with flashing red lights approaches from the other direction, you must: A. Speed up until you can turn off the road. B. Pull to the right side of the road and stop. C. Continue driving in your lane at the same speed. D. Slow down.
What does a sign with eight sides mean? A. Do not enter. B. Give way. C. Warning. D. Stop.
If you are found guilty of not stopping to give help when you have been involved in a crash causing personal injury, it will result in: A. Revocation of your driving privilege. B. Denial of your driving privilege. C. Cancellation of your driving privilege.
The following car equipment is not allowed: A. Side windows reflecting 25 percent of the light. B. A nontransparent rear window. C. A television which the driver can see.
When a passenger under 18 is not restrained by a safety belt or a child restraint device, a seat belt violation will be charged to: A. Parent or legal guardian, regardless of who was driving. B. The driver. C. The passenger.
If your vehicle plunges into deep water and is still floating, do NOT: A. Move to the roof after you exit the vehicle. B. Try to escape through a window. C. Try to open a door.
When two vehicles from different directions arrive at the same time at a four-way stop, which one should be given the right-of-way? A. The vehicle that is traveling faster. B. The vehicle that is bigger. C. The vehicle approaching from the left D. The vehicle approaching from the right.
Under the Florida No-Fault Law, the minimum amount your insurance must cover for property damage is: A. $10,000 B. $5,000 C. $20,000.
You are driving in the right-hand lane and approach this sign. What should you do? A. Merge right B. Merge left. C. Stop ahead.
If it feels like your tires have lost traction with the surface of the road you should: A. Keep speed and go straight. B. Brake and turn off the road. C. Ease your foot off the gas pedal.
A driver's license is: A. A mandatory identification card. B. A privilege. C. A constitutional right.
Left turns against a red arrow are: A. Never allowed. B. Allowed from any street into a one-way street. C. Allowed from a one-way street into a one-way street. D. Always allowed if the way is clear.
What is the vertical rectangular shape generally used for? A. Regulation B. Distance and guidance. C. School zone.
What should you do if a police officer wants you to pull over? A. Immediately make sure you have driver license and registration ready. B. Signal and pull off to the left side of the road. C. Stop, but keep your motor running D. Pull over to the right-hand side and stop.
When is it recommended, but not required by law, to wear safety belts? A. When you are younger than 18 years of age. B. When the vehicle was built before 1978 C. When you are riding in the front seat. D. When you are 18 years or older and riding in the back seat.
What does this sign mean? A. No turn on red. B. Do not enter. C. No outlet. D. No left turn.
If your vehicle begins to hydroplane, you should: A. Step firmly on the brake. B. Turn the steering wheel sharply. C. Try to steer off the road. D. Slow down gradually.
When your car has an enabled front passenger air bag, a rear-facing infant seat must: A. Be placed in the back seat. B. Be placed in the front seat.
What does this sign mean? A. Several curves ahead. B. Detour ahead. C. Road curves ahead. D. Sharp turn ahead.
When you see a truck preparing for a right turn ahead, you should: A. Stay behind. B. Pass on the left. C. Pass on the right before the truck has completed the turn.
How many hours of driving experience are required before you can change a learner's permit to an intermediate license? A. At least 50 hours B. At least 8 hours C. At least 35 hours.
When are you allowed to pass a school bus? A. If the school bus is in motion. B. If you are signaled by another driver to proceed. C. If the school bus has stopped, and red lights are flashing.
When entering an expressway or a limited access highway you should: A. Always use your turn signal. B. Not use your turn signal, since it might distract drivers already on the expressway. C. Always drive faster than the expressway traffic to find a gap.
When you see this sign, how many curves should you expect close ahead? A. Two. B. Just one. C. Three or more.
A pedestrian is crossing your lane at an intersection, but there is no marked crosswalk. You should: A. Continue driving since the pedestrian must give you the right-of-way B. Carefully drive around the pedestrian C. Make the pedestrian aware that he is not using a marked crosswalk. D. Stop and let the pedestrian cross.
What does this sign mean? A. Merge ahead. B. Yield ahead C. Stop ahead.
What does this sign mean? A. There will be fewer lanes ahead B. Trucks might enter or cross the highway. C. There is a hospital ahead. D. A road crosses the main highway ahead.
When you see this sign, you should: A. Slow down and be ready to stop at the stop sign ahead. B. Drive slowly and carefully since there are several curves ahead. C. Merge left and drivers in the left lane should allow others to merge smoothly.
When changing lanes it is important to: A. Slow down. B. Look over your shoulder to make sure the lane is clear. C. Check the inside rearview mirror.
It is a very hot day. You have a sleeping child under two years in the back seat. Can you park and leave the child alone in the car? A. Only if you set the parking brake and remove the keys. B. Only if you are gone less than 30 minutes. C. No, the health of the child is in danger.
What is true about driving too slowly? A. It is only against the law if you use the left lane. B. It is never against the law C. It is against the law if you block other vehicles.
If you run off the pavement, do not: A. Take your foot off the gas pedal. B. Use your brakes carefully. C. Swing back onto the pavement right away.
What type of road signs are usually horizontal rectangular? A. Warning signs. B. Stop signs. C. School crossing signs. D. Guidance signs.
When an emergency vehicle using flashing lights approaches you from behind, you must A. Proceed at normal speed, the emergency vehicle will move over to pass. B. Pull to the right and stop. C. Drive to the right edge of the road and slow down.
What should you do if you are not able to move over safely or change lanes away from a stopped emergency vehicle? A. Slow to 10 mph below the posted speed limit. B. Keep your speed. C. Slow to 20 mph below the posted speed limit.
In the state of Florida, you may be given a fine for unlawful use of a cell phone if You are stopped by a law enforcement officer for a traffic violation, and are found to have been reading text messages while your vehicle was in motion. A law enforcement officer sees you reading text messages while you are lawfully stopped at a traffic light. Both of these.
If your vehicle becomes submerged and you are not able to roll down the window to escape, you should stay calm, help your passengers stay calm, and Try to push the doors open. If they won't open, keep trying until you manage to push them open, then swim to safety. Wait for the vehicle to fill with water. Then hit the bottom of the window with a hammer or sharp, hard object to shatter the glass, and carefully push the glass out with the hammer. Then swim to safety Either of these.