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MOTOR VEHICLE DRIVER?ICENSE EXAMINATION (For New Jersey)

  1. If you are involved in a motor vehicle accident resulting in injuries while your driving privileges are suspended you are subject to;

(a)     fine set by judge

(b)    further suspension of your driving privileges

(c)     fine suspension of your driving privileges and mandatory 45 day jail sentence.

(d)    All of the above.

  1. When nearing a steady yellow or amber traffic signal you should;

(a)     slow down and continue with caution through the intersection.

(b)    Speed up and continue through the intersection before the light changes to red.

(c)     Stop before entering the intersection if you safely can do so.

(d)    Stop immediately, do not continue through the intersection.

  1. You should expect to see double solid center lines on;

(a)     a divided highway

(b)    a winding two lane road

(c)     a pass with care road

(d)    one way street.

  1. A person who holds a probationary driver license is subjected to;

(a)     an advisory notice upon being convicted of their first moving violation

(b)     any violation after attending school will result in suspension

(c)     all of the above

(d)    ?;/span>none of the above

  1. If you refuse to take a breath test and it is your first offense the penalty is;

(a)     30 days in jail

(b)    90 days in jail

(c)     6 months license suspension

(d)    $250 to $550 fine, and 6 month license suspension.

  1. You are considered under the influence when the amount of alcohol in your blood or BAC has reached;

(a)     15%

(b)     10%

(c)     5%

(d)    none of the above

  1. Which of the following drinks contain about the highest alcohol content;

(a)     five ounces of table wine

(b)    1 and ??nces of whiskey

(c)     12 ounces of beer

(d)     all of the above are about equal in content.

  1. If you drink and have reached a BAC of 5% the risk of you causing a motor vehicle accident is;

(a)     none

(b)    normal

(c)     double

(d)    triple

  1. Implied content law means;

(a)     You must have liability insurance

(b)    Permission for another to move your car in emergencies

(c)     You sign an agreement to give your blood

(d)     A driver agrees to take a breath test for blood alcohol content.

  1. Drugs that mey affect basic driving skills are;

(a)     Cold pills

(b)    Tranquilizers

(c)     Some prescription drugs

(d)     All of the above

  1. In the event of a car crash or sudden stop, use of seat belts may;

(a)     keep you from being thrown from the car

(b)    keep you from hitting the windshield or the dash board

(c)     keep you from siding off the seat an losing control of the car

(d)     all of the above

  1. The meaning of a hand signal when a driver?and and arm is straight out means;

(a)     U-Turn

(b)    Right turn

(c)     Left turn

(d)    Slow down or stop

  1. After driving through a deep puddle you should immediately;

(a)     check your lights

(b)    increase your limit to the posted limit

(c)     stop and check your vihicle

(d)     test your brakes

  1. Hydroplaning is a driving condition where in tires loose traction on a wet road and float on a lower gear or slush, when this happens you should;

(a)     Increase speed

(b)     Slow down

(c)     Changes lanes

(d)    None of the above

  1. If a student driver commits a traffic offense, responsibility lies with;

(a)     Only the student

(b)    Only the instructor

(c)     Neither the student nor the instructor

(d)     Both the student and instructor

  1. If you have a tire blow out;

(a)     turn to the side of the road quickly

(b)    apply your brakes

(c)     slow down gradually

(d)    continue?t;/span>at a regular speed until it is safe to slow down.

  1. While city driving a good habit is to;

(a)     look 12 seconds ahead

(b)    use the 2 second rule

(c)     reduce speed and use horn

(d)    practice good judgement.

  1. When making a left turn from a two way road into a four lane highway the proper way to turn is;

(a)     approach turn from centerline of road and turn into right lane.

(b)    approach turn from right side of the road and turn into right lane

(c)     approach turn from right side of road, cross over driver to left lane

(d)     approach turn from center lane of road and turn into left lane.

  1. A person may operate a moped with;

(a)     a valid basic license

(b)    a valid motorcycle license

(c)     a valid moped license

(d)    any of the above

  1. On a two lane road not near a school when a school bus is stopped and its red lights are flushing;

(a)     You may pass the bus with caution

(b)    You may pass the bus at 10 m.p.h. or less

(c)     You must stop

(d)    You may pass the bus from either direction.

  1. When a pavement is marked with two centerline one solid and one broken;

(a)     passing is permitted on either side

(b)     passing is permitted only on the side with the broken line

(c)     passing is not permitted on either side.

(d)    Passing is permitted on both sides but when road is clear.

  1. When two roads intersect and there are no signs or signals it is good practice to;

(a)     always yield to traffic on the left

(b)    blow your horn as a warning

(c)     be ready to stop if necessary

(d)    pull to the right hand lane and stop.

  1. The two second rule can be used at any speed to help you;

(a)     drive within the speed limit

(b)     keep a safe following distance

(c)     time traffic lights at intersections

(d)    bring your car out of a slid

  1. When making a left turn from a two way street you should get into the;

(a)     Right lane or the lane farthest from the center lane.

(b)     Left lane nearest to the curb

(c)     Lane nearest to the center of the road way

(d)    Right lane or the lane nearest to the right curb.

  1. If you miss your exit on an expressway, you should;

(a)     go to the next exit

(b)    pull off the road and back up the shoulder

(c)     slow down and stop

(d)    turn around and go back.

  1. You should expect to see double solid lines on;

(a)     a divided highway

(b)    a winding two lane road

(c)     a pass with care road

(d)    a one way street.

  1. If you are going 50 m.p.h., your total stopping on a dry road should be about;

(a)     186 feet

(b)     243 feet

(c)     327 feet

(d)    502 feet

  1. If you want to return to the road from a dirt shoulder;

(a)     slow down then turn your wheel to climb the pavement

(b)    drive along the shoulder until you are going as fast as the traffic on the road

(c)     drive along the shoulder until you get to an acceleration lane

(d)    move slowly?t;/span>and wave traffic around you.

  1. Signals should be used;

(a)     when changing lanes

(b)    when turning

(c)     when slowing down

(d)     all of the above

  1. An articulated license allows the operation of

(a)     all school buses

(b)    all types of vehicles

(c)     a commercially registered vehicle of 18,000 lbs or more joined by a coupler device

(d)    a vehicle with less than four wheels

  1. Single solid white line across a road at an intersection means;

(a)     stop behind the line for a traffic sign or light

(b)    bus stop

(c)     no parking zone

(d)    no passing

  1. The shape of a stop sign is;

(a)     diamond

(b)    triangle

(c)     eight sided

(d)    circle

  1. The order of colors on a traffic light top to bottom;

(a)     red, green, yellow

(b)    yellow, green, red

(c)     green, yellow, green

(d)     red, yellow, green

  1. After two to four drinks, alcohol begins to impair your;

(a)     reaction time

(b)    coordination and balance

(c)     judgement

(d)     all of the above

 

  1. If a person gets drunk in your home and has a motor vehicle accident, after leaving your home you could;

(a)     be charged with a crime

(b)    not be held responsible

(c)     be involved in a lawsuit

(d)    none of the above

  1. Studies show that the greatest number of people arrested for drunk driving have been drinking,

(a)     beer

(b)    wine

(c)     whiskey

(d)    mixed drinks

  1. Whether your blood alcohol content raises above legal limits depends on;

(a)     amount you drink

(b)    your weight

(c)     time you take to drink

(d)     all of the above .

  1. Road surfaces are slipperiest;

(a)     during very hot, humid weather

(b)    after a very heavy rainfall

(c)     during very cold, dry weather

(d)     during the first few minutes of rainfall.

 

  1. To avoid highway hypnosis when driving on an expressway it is a good practice to;

(a)     rest your eyes by slowly blinking them from time to time

(b)     avoid looking at any one thing for more than a few seconds

(c)     look straight ahead to the side

(d)    spend as much time looking at your mirrors as you do looking in front of you.

  1. When it is legal to turn right on red, before turning you must;

(a)     slow down and check traffic

(b)    blow your horn

(c)     make a full speed and check traffic

(d)    check the traffic to right

  1. The shape of yield sign is;

(a)     circle in squares

(b)     triangle

(c)     eight sided

(d)    diamond