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Take this quiz and see how well you remember driving guidelines and if you know what’s changed.

  • 1. If the steering wheel were a clock, which of the following is the best way to position your hands on it?

    (A)With your left hand at the 10 o’clock position and your right hand at 2 o’clock

    (B)With your left hand at the 9 o’clock position and your right hand at 3 o’clock

    (C)With your left hand at the 12 o’clock position and your right hand at 6 o’clock

    (D)Wherever it’s most comfortable for you

  • 2. How much space should you keep between your car and the one in front of you on the road?

    (A)A distance of at least three seconds

    (B)One car length

    (C)One car length for every 10 MPH you’re driving

    (D)It depends on the lengths of both cars

  • 3. If a police car is running lights right behind your car or an officer orders you to pull over, you should:

    (A)Wait until there’s a wide shoulder to pull over safely

    (B)Activate your turn signal and pull over to the right when it’s safe to do so

    (C)Pull over and get out of the car so you can go talk to the officer

    (D)Ignore the officer if you know you didn’t do anything wrong

  • 4. During rainy weather, when are the roads the most slippery?

    (A)After several hours of drenching rains

    (B)If there’s flash flooding

    (C)If it rained for a while, stopped, then started again before the road dried fully

    (D)When it first starts to rain, drizzle or snow

  • 5. Which of the following is not a shape of a regulatory or warning traffic sign?

    (A)A trapezoid

    (B)A triangle

    (C)A diamond

    (D)An octagon

  • 6. When is it acceptable to drive with your hazard lights on?

    (A)In very bad weather when visibility is severely limited

    (B)If you’re part of a funeral procession

    (C)If you have been signaled by law enforcement and are looking for a safe place to pull over

    (D)It varies by state

  • 7. When a pedestrian has stepped into a crosswalk to cross the street, as a driver you should:

    (A)Give a warning blast of your horn and continue driving if you’re not close to the person

    (B)Proceed slowly in case other drivers stop to let the pedestrian cross

    (C)Stop behind the crosswalk and let the pedestrian walk all the way across

    (D)Speed up if the pedestrian is on the far side of the street from you

  • 8. When a school bus stops in front of you and displays a stop signal, as a driver you should:

    (A)Stop at least 10 feet behind the bus until the school-bus driver turns off the signal

    (B)Stop regardless of whether the bus is in front of you or on the opposite side of the street and wait until the bus starts moving again

    (C)Pass the bus carefully if children aren’t crossing in front of you

    (D)Follow the lead of other drivers

  • 9. When a police car, fire truck or ambulance is approaching your car from behind with its lights flashing and/or siren blaring, you should:

    (A)Immediately pull over to the side of the road so it can pass

    (B)Speed up to try to avoid making it pass you

    (C)Stop wherever you are

    (D)Slow down so the vehicle can pass you