Do not start until you can move with reasonable safety.
Give an arm signal and sound your horn as a warning, then start moving away from the curb.
Signal, then pull out into traffic after yielding to three vehicles.
The car entering the highway.
The car traveling on the highway.
The driver of the vehicle on the right shall yield the right-of-way to the vehicle on the left.
The driver of the vehicle on the left shall yield the right-of-way to the vehicle on the right.
Both vehicles must stop.
Age 10 or older.
Age 12 or older.
Age 18 or older.
.01% or more.
.04% or more.
.08% or more.
A fine up to $1,000.
Up to 6 months in county jail.
Both the fine and jail sentence.
The speed of other traffic.
It is safe, with due consideration to weather, visibility, traffic, and the safety of others.
You determine is reasonable.
25 mph, unless posted lower.
30 mph after 12 noon.
Neither of these. It should speed up to the speed of the following vehicles.
200 feet before turning.
100 feet before turning.
3 to 5 seconds before turning.
Two solid lines.
Solid lines outside, dashed lines inside.
Dashed outside lines, solid inside lines.
Only the left-most turn lane.
Both lanes, unless a sign prevents it.
From any part of the street, provided you signal, as well as look into the rearview mirror.
From the extreme left-hand lane lawfully available to traffic moving in the same direction of travel.
It doesn't matter unless you cut the corner by turning before entering the intersection.
Only from the lane next to the right curb.
From the right-most lane, or from another lane or lanes marked for a right turn.
Only if other drivers are turning from the additional lane or lanes.
Only in business districts.
When crossing in a marked crosswalk or unmarked crosswalk at an intersection.
Only in a marked crosswalk.
On the right if the pedestrian is crossing toward the left, or on the left if the pedestrian is crossing toward the right.
On either side if the pedestrian is in front of the stopped vehicles.
Under no circumstances.
The bus is on the opposite side of a divided highway.
The bus is on the opposite side of a multilane highway.
The bus is at an intersection controlled by a traffic signal.
By a fine of up to $100 for each violation, no matter how many.
Not at all--because the bus is stopped, it's not a moving violation.
By a $150--$250 first-offense fine, a $500--$1,000 second-offense fine, and a one-year suspension for a third offense within three years.
You may activate the flashers if you reasonably believe your vehicle creates a hazard.
You must activate the flashers as a warning to other motorists.
You need activate the flashers only if disabled 30 minutes or later after sunset.
Within 10 days.
Within 24 hours.
At the scene of the accident.
Red--no stopping, standing, or parking except for buses.
Orange-- parking for construction workers.
Blue--parking for the disabled.
Under 6 years old and less than 60 pounds.
Under 6 years old or less than 60 pounds.
Under 8 years old and less than 80 pounds.
Five years in state prison.
Up to one year in the county jail.
Three years in the county jail.