DMV Permit Exam Prep - Sample Test (Sign Up - $7.99)

A. Begin turning your vehicle as soon as you enter the intersection
B. Turn into the left lane. Move to the right lane when traffic is clear
C. Begin turning your vehicle when halfway through the intersection
A. Tailgating and merging
B. Inexperience and inattention
C. Rubbernecking and unnecessary lane changes
A. Put the vehicle in neutral and set the parking brake
B. Pump the brake pedal to generate pressure
C. Push down on the brake pedal as hard as you can
A. Lets other drivers know what your intenetions are
B. Is illegal to turn off your signal before completing a turn
C. Is always dangerous to turn off your signal before completing a turn
A. Involves locking the wheels for short periods of time
B. Should only be used with hydraulic brakes
C. Is used to keep a vehicle in a straight line when braking
A. Because it helps you keep up with traffic
B. because it takes 1/4 Mile to stop your vehicle completely
C. In order to see hazards early
A. Closer to the oncoming car than the parked car
B. Closer to the parked car than the oncoming car
C. A middle course between the oncoming and parked cars
A. Areas paved with asphalt rather than concrete
B. Roadways in shady areas
C. The tops of hills