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California driver's examination

Number of tests: 24
Number of questions: 36
Passing score: 30
Directions: Study the driver handbook before you take the test.
Each question has three answer choices. Choose one answer and mark an X in the box across from the answer. Do not talk while taking the test, use any books or notes, or cell phone, or electronic devices, or leave the test area before your test has been graded. It may result in a test failure and you may be suspended or revoked.
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1.
Motorcycles, scooters, and mopeds are not easy to see; therefore, you should:
Slow down when driving.
Make constant visual checks.
Share a lane with a motorcycle.
2.
You reach an intersection with stop signs on all four corners at the same time as the driver on your left. Who has the right-of-way?
The driver on your left has the right-of-way.
You have the right-of-way.
Whoever is signaling to make a turn has the right-of-way.
3.
You are approaching a railroad crossing with no warning devices and are unable to see 400 feet down the tracks in one direction. The speed limit is:
15 mph.
20 mph.
25 mph.
4.
Construction zone signs are generally:
Square or rectangular with white and red coloring.
Round or octagonal with black and yellow coloring.
Diamond-shaped or rectangular with orange and black coloring.
5.
"No zones" are areas around trucks where cars:
Disappear into blind spots or are so close that they restrict the truck driver's ability to stop and maneuver safely.
Have sufficient space to travel behind the truck.
Have several car lengths between their vehicle and the truck.
6.
If it is necessary to make an emergency stop while driving on an interstate, you should:
Sound your horn at passing cars to get their attention.
Get out of your vehicle and flag down the first vehicle that passes.
Pull off the road, turn on your emergency flashers, and stay in your vehicle, if you can.
7.
Driving more slowly than surrounding traffic is:
A good idea if the weather is bad.
Appropriate if you don’t know the speed limit.
Often a hazard because other drivers may become frustrated and try to pass you.
8.
When a car with bright headlights drives toward you at night, you should:
Stop until the other driver passes.
Look below their headlights.
Glance toward the right edge of your lane.
9.
When approaching a person who is crossing the street while using a white cane or guide dog, you should:
Stop until the person is well away from your path of travel.
Honk your horn as you proceed past them.
Carefully drive around them.
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