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Train for Your Drive Test in South Carolina 2020

Number of tests: 24
Number of questions: 30
Passing score: 24
Directions: If you need to get a driving license in South Carolina, you have to pass a DMV learner's permit test to demonstrate your understanding of highway signs and markings, traffic laws and safe driving practices. Our mock driving permit tests are based on the information contained in the DMV driver’s manual. To pass the knowledge test, you must demonstrate a basic understanding of South Carolina traffic laws.
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1.
You are driving when it starts to sleet or snow. You should:
Keep your windshield and mirrors clear.
Allow additional distance between your vehicle and the vehicles that you are following.
Approach all vehicles with caution.
All of the above.
2.
You must not drive your vehicle at a speed greater than:
The maximum speed limit.
A speed that is faster than is reasonable and prudent.
A speed that is safe for existing conditions.
All of the above.
3.
You may drive around the gates at a railroad crossing:
When the train has passed.
Under no circumstances.
When the lights have stopped flashing.
When other drivers drive around the gates.
4.
An inattentive driver is a driver who:
Stares at objects off the roadway or daydreams while driving.
Maintains eye contact during a conversation with a passenger while driving.
Only watches the vehicle ahead of their vehicle.
All of the above.
5.
A broken yellow line down the center of a road indicates that:
A construction zone is ahead.
Passing is not permitted from either direction.
Passing is permitted from either direction.
6.
Tailgating other drivers (driving too closely to their rear bumper):
Can frustrate other drivers and make them angry.
Cannot result in a traffic citation.
Reduces collisions by preventing being "cut off."
7.
You must yield for emergency vehicles:
Under no circumstances.
When you see a flashing red or blue light or hear a siren.
Only when other vehicles yield.
None of the above.
8.
If oncoming headlights are blinding you while you are driving at night, you should:
Look toward the right edge of the road.
Switch your lights to high beams.
Turn your lights on and off.
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