Drivers License - Sample Rules Test

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Sample Rules Test

1. In a passenger car or truck (with a manufacturer’s rated carrying capacity of not more than 1500 pounds) which of the following must use safety belts?
1. all occupants
2. only the driver
3. only the front seat passengers
4. the driver, front seat passengers and back seat passengers under 15

2. Even if you are not intoxicated and you are under the age of 21 and have any detectable amount of alcohol in your system while operating a motor vehicle, you may be charged with:
1. public intoxication
2. intoxication manslaughter
3. driving under the influence of alcohol by a minor
4. intoxication assault

3. When choosing your drive speed, the most important thing to consider is:
1. the time you have to travel
2. the condition of the other drivers
3. the condition of the car you are driving
4. the condition of the weather, traffic, road, car and driver

4. As you near an intersection you discover you are in the wrong lane for turning right as intended, therefore you should:
1. wait until other cars pass and then get into the proper lane
2. drive on ahead until you can get into the proper lane, then turn at another intersection
3. turn from the lane you are if no cars are coming
4. move quickly into the proper lane (a quick move is a dumb move!)

5. What is the first thing that should be done when a motor vehicle starts to skid?
1. apply brakes immediately (and scream!)
2. steer in direction of skid and steadily apply brakes
3. steer for the shoulder of the road
4. take your foot off the accelerator and steer in the direction of the skid

6. Under favorable circumstances, including reaction time, a motor vehicle with good brakes, going 50 miles per hour can be stopped within;
1. about 55 feet 2. about 100 feet 3. about 133 feet 4. about 229 feet

7. A person’s license will be automatically suspended if convicted of:
1. four or more traffic violations 2. attempting to flee from police
3. possessing a false drivers license 4. failure to maintain financial responsibility

8. Marijuana use will:
1. adversely affect a driver’s concentration, judgment and perceptual skills
2. not affect a driver’s ability to safely operate a vehicle
3. make a driver more alert

9. The most a person (age 21 or older) will be fined for a first conviction of driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor, with no dead or injury involved is:
1. $1,000 2. $5,000 3. $3,000 4. $2,000

10. Child passenger safety seats are required for all children under the age of:
1. 6 months 2. 1 year 3. 18 months 4. 2 years
11. Your drivers license may be suspended for:
1. any violation of the motor vehicle laws 2. any moving violation of the motor vehicle laws
3. habitual reckless driving 4. causing a minor accident

12. If a minor (a person under 21) refuses to provide a breath or blood specimen to a police officer, the minor’s drivers license will be suspended for a first time refusal for:
1. 120 days 2. 90 days 3. 60 days 4. 30 days

13. The maximum fine for a first conviction of driving without a valid drivers license is:
1. $100 2. $200 3. $50 4. $500

14. Including reaction time, the stopping distance is more than 20 feet at 10 miles per hour, at 20 miles per hour it will be:
1. 30 feet 2. 63 feet 3. 40 feet 4. 75 feet

15. When parking parallel it is best to leave the curb side wheels:
1. just touching the curb 2. 6 to 18 inches from the curb
3. 18 to 24 inches from the curb 4. 24 to 30 inches from the curb

16. The lights on your vehicle must be turned on at any time day or night when persons and vehicles cannot be clearly seen for:
1. 350 feet 2. 750 feet
3. 1,000 feet 4. 1,500 feet

17. A minor’s drivers license (under age of 17) may be suspended for a first offense of driving under the influence of alcohol for:
1. 1 to 2 years 2. 180 days to 2 years
3. up to 12 months 4. 2 to 4 years

18. When approaching a green traffic light you should:
1. look both ways as you go ahead carefully 2. watch mainly to the light
3. speed up to avoid holding up traffic 4. watch mainly to the left

19. Vehicle skids are most likely to be caused by:
1. too much ice or snow on the road (in Texas?) 2. air pressure in tires too high
3. air pressure in tires too high 4. driving too fast on slippery roads

20. If you are involved in an injury accident in a city, you must immediately notify:
1. the local police 2. the county sheriff
3. the highway patrol 4. the Justice of Peace

21. If you run off the pavement, you should:
1. steer straight ahead and speed up 2. turn the wheel quickly toward the road
3. apply brakes hard (you will want to!) 4. steer straight and slow down before attempting to return to the pavement

22. When turning left from a three lane, one way street, you should turn from the: (picture this)
1. right lane 2. center lane 3. left lane 4. either lane

23. If a child ran into the street 60 to 65 feet ahead of your vehicle, what is the highest speed from which you could stop, with good brakes, before hitting him?
1. 20 mph 2. 30 mph 3. 40 mph 4. 50 mph

24. If you must walk on the highway you should:
1. walk on the left side in order to watch the approaching traffic
2. walk on the side that has widest shoulders
3. walk on the right side in order that approaching vehicles may see you better
25. When turning you should give the proper signal:
1. at least 25 feet before turning 2. at least 50 feet before turning
3. at least 75 feet before turning 4. at least 100 feet before turning

26. When approaching an intersection, bridge or railroad crossing, you should never drive on the left half of the roadway when within: 
1. 100 feet 2. 150 feet 3. 200 feet 4. 250 feet

27. The maximum fine for a first non-driving, alcohol-related offense of possession or consumption of alcohol by a minor is:
1. $1,000 2. $750 3. $500 4. $1,500

28. The headlights must be turned on: (A comes before B)
1. only after it gets completely dark 2. 30 minutes after sunset
3. 30 minutes before sunset 4. at sunset 

29. A flashing red traffic light means:
1. stop until the green light 2. slow down
3. detour 4. stop, look, and yield before proceeding

30. At 20 miles per hour the average driver, from the moment he sees danger until he hits the brake, will travel about: (not again! )
1. 10 feet 2. 44 feet 3. 55 feet 4. 88 feet

31. When making a long trip, you should stop for a rest:
1. about every two hours 2. quickly, so as to reduce the time off the highway
3. only when you stop for meals and gas 4. about every four hours or 200 miles

32. The maximum fine for a person age 21 and older who is driving and drinking alcoholic beverage is:
1. $50 2. $200 3. $500 4. $1,000

33. If a driver (age 21 or older) accidentally runs over and kills someone while driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor, the worst offense with which the driver may be charged is:
1. intoxication manslaughter (“homicídio culposo” não “doloso”)
2. negligent homicide (causing death by carelessness)
3. drunkenness
4. driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor

34. The maximum daytime speed limit for passenger cars on highway numbered by this state or the United States is:
1. 45 mph 2. 55 mph 3. 70 mph 4. 65 mph

35. When the vehicle ahead of you stops to let a pedestrian pass in front of it, you should:
1. sound and horn (immature) 2. overtake to the right (risky)
3. overtake to the left (stupid) 4. stay in line and wait until the vehicle ahead proceeds

36. You may lawfully allow an object to extend beyond the left side of your vehicle:
1. 3 inches 2. 6 inches 3. 9 inches 4. 12 inches

37. On multiple lane highways slow drives should drive:
1. in a middle lane (stay out Bud, I’m here!) 2. in the left-hand lane (passing only now!)
3. in the right-hand lane 4. in whatever lane other slow drivers may be using

38. Stopping a vehicle with good brakes from 20 miles per hour under good conditions requires about:
1. 63 feet including thinking distance 2. 80 feet including thinking distance
3. 128 feet including thinking distance 4. 186 feet including thinking distance

39. When possible, pedestrians should walk:
1. on the side of the road facing traffic 2. on the right side of the road avoiding oncoming traffic 
3. on a sidewalk 4. on the side of the road with the lightest traffic

40. Drivers become subject to the liability insurance law when accident damages amount to:
(no matter what vehicle – they all dent easily and cost big bucks to fix!!!)
1. $25 to property of one person 2. $50 to property of one person
3. $100 to property of one person 4. at least $1,000 to property of one person

41. It is a violation of State law for pedestrians to:
1. stand in the roadway for the purposes of soliciting a ride
2. cross streets in groups
3. jaywalk on any street in any city (jaywalk: act of crossing streets with traffic in a careless and dangerous way)
4. run while crossing the street (“but the rain will mess up my hair!”)

42. Your drivers license may be suspended for causing:
1. one minor accident 2. one serious accident
3. one near accident 4. two near accidents (the 1st week!)

43. When meeting a school bus which has stopped to pick up or discharge children you must:
1. sound your horn and carefully pass
2. stop; then you may carefully pass at a speed of not over 10 mph
3. stop, wait until the buss has started or you are signaled by the driver to proceed
4. slow down, pass carefully at a speed not over 10 mph

44. After overtaking another motor vehicle on a two-lane road, you can best judge when it is safe to drive back into the right-hand lane by:
1. waiting until you can see the overtaken vehicle in you rear view mirror
2. waiting until you can no longer see the overtaken vehicle on your right 
3. waiting one full minute
4. waiting until you can no longer see the overtaken vehicle in you rear view mirror

45. You must give a signal either by hand and arm or by signal device:
1. only at night 2. only if other traffic is affected by your movement
3. anytime you change lanes 4. only if you are driving a car or truck

46. When turning you should give the proper signal:
1. at least 25 feet before turning 2. at least 50 feet before turning
3. at least 75 feet before turning 4. at least 100 feet before turning

47. A green arrow showing a red traffic light means:
1. stop 2. you may go ahead carefully in the direction showed by the arrow
3. slow down 4. after stopping, you may go ahead in the direction showed by the arrow

48. If you damage an unattended vehicle you must: 
1. call a wrecker and have it towed to a garage
2. locate the owner or leave a signed statement on the vehicle
3. stay at the scene until the owner returns
4. advise an officer

49. If you are being passed, you should:
1. increase your speed 2. blow your horn and wave at the other driver
3. stay in your lane 4. let him hit you and call the officer

50. A person who has been drinking alcoholic beverages will usually:
1. have an accident if he drives 2. have much faster reactions
3. have impaired judgment and coordination 4. fall asleep within an hour