Traffic Laws Part II 26-50

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26. As you near an intersection, you discover you are in the wrong lane for turning right, you should:

Drive on ahead until you can get into the proper lane, then turn at another intersection.

27. At 20 miles per hour the average driver, from the moment he sees danger until he hits the brake, will travel about:

44 feet.

28. On multiple lane highways a slow driver should drive:

In the right hand lane.

29. Including reaction time, the stopping distance is more than 20 feet for 10 mph. At 20 mph it will be about:

63 feet.

30. The maximum daytime speed limit for passenger cars on a highway numbered by this state or United States is:

70 mph.

31. When following another vehicle, how much driving time should you maintain between yourself and the vehicle you are following:

2 seconds.

32. Under favorable circumstances, including reaction time, a motor vehicle with good brakes going 50 miles per hour can be stopped within:

About 229 feet.

33. A posted speed limit of 55 miles per hour means:

You may drive 55 mph only under favorable driving conditions.

34. When turning you should give the proper signal:

At least 100 feet before turning.

35. When turning left from a three lane, one way street, you should turn from the:

Left lane.

36. Stopping a vehicle with good brakes from 20 miles per hour under good conditions requires about:

63 feet including thinking distance.

37. When choosing your driving speed, the most important thing to consider is:

The condition of the weather, traffic, road, car, and driver.

38. If a child ran into the road 60 to 65 feet ahead of your vehicle, what is the highest speed from which you could stop with good brakes before hitting him:

20 mph.

39. Not including thinking and reaction distance, at 20 mph, lawful bakes must stop a car within:

19 feet.

40. When approaching an intersection, bridge, or railroad crossing, you should never drive on the left half of the roadway when within:

100 feet.

41. If you have a blow-out while driving, you should:

Steer firmly, take you foot off the gas, and brake cautiously.

42. When making a long trip you should stop for rest:

About every two hours or one hundred miles.

43. What is the first thing that should be done when a motor vehicle starts to skid:

Take you foot off the accelerator and steer in the direction of the skid.

44. If you run off the pavement, you should:

Steer straight and slow down before attempting to return to the pavement.

45. Vehicle skids are most likely to be caused by:

Driving too fast on slippery roads.

46. When driving in fog, you can see better by:

Using lower headlight beam.

47. The lights on your vehicle must be turned on at any time of day or night when persons and vehicles cannot be clearly seen for:

1,000 feet.

48. If you get drowsy while driving it is best to:

Stop, get out, and walk around.

49. The maximum fine for a first non-driving alcohol-related offense or possession or consumption of alcohol by a minor is:


50. A minor’s (if under the age of 17) driver license may be suspended for a first offense of driving under the influence of alcohol by a minor for:

1 year

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