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DMV Questions and Answers (Q&A)

Yield to the traffic and pedestrians already in the intersection or just entering the intersection.

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. The posted speed for the road or freeway you are using

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If there is no sign to prohibit the turn to the left.

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Most legal codes will specify that regrooved or retreaded tires cannot be used on the front wheels of a bus. It never specifies anywhere else. These tires are usually tires that have been cut again after the treads have been worn out. The treads on these tires aren’t inherently less than anything else. However, there are stories of retreading going wrong.

It is also a common scam. Regrooving can be a dangerous thing to do to the tires. Old tires can be incredibly worn in other areas of the tire, and not just where the rubber contacts the road. So, while the DMV may only ever specify that the front wheels of a bus shouldn’t be regrooved or repurposed, there is a reason to be weary of them.

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Keep to the side indicated by the arrow.

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The three arrows on the green board mean to stay in your lane. It is a directional indicator that straight ahead is these three lanes. The sign on the right means merge and exit here. It also means to slow down to a safe speed and get over to the right. Interstate route numbers are one or two -digit numbers.

Routes with odd numbers run north and south, while even numbered run east and west. For north-south routes, the lowest numbers begin in the west, while the lowest numbered east-west routes are in the south.

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Correct answer is option B.

In the United States and Canada, vehicles that are unable to reach a maximum speed of 65 kilometres per hour are required by law to display a reflective emblem sign at rear of the vehicle. The sign appears as a cut triangle consisting of a triangle with red markings cut of in red as a border surrounding an orange uncut triangle in the center. These vehicles are termed slow moving vehicles (SMV).

A vehicle driven by a student driver is likely to have a student driver sticker on the vehicle indicating that a student driver is driving the vehicle. Vehicles hauling hazardous materials are required by regulations to display a diamond shaped, square on point warning signs.

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B.you will have time to plan your escape is the hazar becomes an emergency

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Back in the 1950s, many drivers who went through a driver’s education course or received lessons from a prominent driving instructor would be taught to use your horn a lot. If someone was getting a letter out of their mailbox and barely stepped into the street, it was expected that a car passing by honk its horn to make sure that the man at the mailbox would not step into the street.

At the next corner, the new drive may be advised by the instructor to honk their horn at the intersection because the light was about to turn green and the driver should alert others that he is about to drive into the middle of the intersection. These may seem like great ideas, but nowadays, people would be annoyed and startled by the honking of the horn.

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Get in slow lane before your intended exit ramp comes up, drive with the flow of traffic. Guidance on exit ramp advisory speeds is limited and based primarily upon horizontal curvature. Guidance is provided with a certain amount of flexibility.

You should slow down to a safe speed before the curve. Merging into fast flowing traffic on a motorway requires practice and precaution. Downhill ramps give much better visibility across the whole motorway whereas uphill ramps cause a blind spot over the crest of the rise.

Downhill slopes are preferable as they provide vehicles a much better chance to get up to the same speed of traffic on the motorway. Never go too fast around a curve.

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