2023 Connecticut Permit Test 13
The following questions are from real DMV written tests. These are some of the actual permit questions you will face in Connecticut. Each permit practice test question has three answer choices. Select one answer for each question and select "grade this section." You can find this button at the bottom of the drivers license quiz. For a complete list of questions and answers for Connecticut please visit https://cheat-sheets.dmv-written-test.com/en/connecticut/car.
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1. When driving on an interstate, to avoid traffic merging from on-ramps to your right, the best thing to do is to:
When driving on an interstate highway, be aware of upcoming on-ramps. When traffic permits, move out of the right-hand lane to allow vehicles to enter from the on-ramps to your right.
2. When passing a row of parked vehicles, you should:
Keep a space between your vehicle and parked vehicles. A person may step out of a parked vehicle or out from between the parked vehicles without looking. A driver may begin moving their vehicle before realizing you are there.
3. Trucks' blind spots are:
A truck's blind spots are much larger than a smaller car’s blind spots. The driver cannot see your car behind their vehicle and you can't see what’s happening in traffic ahead if you're driving too closely behind the truck. Whether you are driving behind or to the side of the truck, if you can’t see the driver’s face in their side view mirror, then they can’t see you.
4. Fines for speeding in work zones:
In Connecticut, anyone convicted of speeding, disobeying traffic control devices, using an improper lane, or endangering a highway worker within a work zone can face fines of up to $1,000, can be assessed points against their driver license, and may be required to complete the driver retraining program. In addition, distracted driving fines are doubled for anyone convicted of illegally using a hand-held cellular phone or mobile electronic device while driving in a work zone.
5. When double solid yellow lines separate lanes of traffic:
Yellow lines separating lanes of traffic indicate that traffic is moving in opposite directions. Double solid lines indicate that passing is not permitted from either direction.
6. When driving on the highway, consistently looking far ahead of your vehicle:
To avoid the need for last-minute braking or turning, consistently watch the road far ahead of your vehicle. By looking ahead and being ready to stop or change lanes if needed, you can drive more safely, save fuel, and help keep traffic moving at a steady pace.
7. To be able to turn quickly, your hands must be:
Both hands should be placed on opposite sides of the steering wheel. This position is comfortable and promotes safe turning on high-speed roadways.
8. You should signal continuously while turning because it: