0.08% - Eight hundredths of one percent.
0.10% - One tenth of one percent.
0.05% - Five hundredths of one percent.
Paint your vehicle a different color.
Are cited for a traffic violation.
Sell or transfer your vehicle.
Continue waiting and yielding to traffic in the lane.
Slowly inch your vehicle into the traffic lane.
Drive on the shoulder until a gap in traffic appears.
A six-year old weighing 60 pounds.
A five-year old weighing 55 pounds.
A five-year old weighing 65 pounds.
Change lanes to the left and speed up.
Slow down and pass very carefully.
Stop your vehicle until you can see what has happened
Cautiously pass the vehicle at 10 mph or less.
Stop, then proceed when all pedestrians have crossed.
Change lanes, look carefully, and pass the stopped vehicle.
Slowing down to look at an accident
Avoiding unnecessary lane changes.
Using public transportation instead of your car.
Drive to the right edge of the road and slow down.
Drive to the right edge of the road and stop.
Stay in your lane, slow down, and let it pass.
Drive to the right edge of your lane, but keep moving.
Slow down and signal the other drivers to pass you.
Drive to the side of the road into the designated area.
Only if there is a sign that permits the turn.
At any time, if you slow down and signal before making the turn.
If you stop first and if there is no sign to prohibit the turns.
At or near the same speed as the freeway traffic.
At the legal freeway speed limit.
Slower than the freeway traffic.
Cross over the lines to make a left turn from or into a side street.
Cross over the lines to pass another vehicle unless there is a "No Passing" sign posted.
Cross over these lines to make U-turn unless there is a sign prohibiting U-turns.
Only if you are involved in an accident.
If you are involved in an accident or stopped for citation.
Only if you are stopped and cited.
Under the front seat.
In the glove compartment.
In the trunk.
They are not allowed to drive on freeways.
They must stop before crossing railroad tracks.
They are not allowed to exceed 35 mph.
Move to the left of the center lane.
Signal before you arrive at the intersection.
Turn your front wheels to the left to be prepared to turn.
Often to see how traffic is moving behind you.
To see if vehicle is in your blind spot
Only when you are slowing down.
Bridge and over-passes.
Shift to a low gear before going down hills.
Maintain traction by following other vehicles closely.
Pump your brakes to keep them from freezing.
Check for vehicles in the direction you plan on going, then proceed.
Let all vehicles that arrive before or after you go first.
Check traffic in all directions before proceeding.
Slow down and proceed through the intersection without caution.
Speed up cross the intersection before the light turns red.
Stop before entering the intersection, if you can do so safely.
On coming vehicles also turning left.
Vehicles coming towards you.
Pedestrians on the sidewalk waiting for "WALK" signal.
Honk your horn, then pass the bicyclist.
Slow down and let the car pass, then pass the bicyclist.
Wait until the bicyclist rides off the roadway.
Call your insurance company when you get home.
Wait for the owner to return.
Leave a note with your name and address on the parked car.
Under no circumstances because it is always legal.
If road or weather conditions require a slower speed.
Only if you are approaching a sharp curve in the road.
Answer the call because it may be an emergency.
Let the call go to voice mail.
Check the incoming number number before answering the call.
Stop and then proceed through the intersection because the person is not ready to cross.
Stop your car a minimum of six feet from the crosswalk and wait for the person to cross the street.
Honk your horn to let the person know when to cross the street.
Legal, if it is your child.
Illegal at all times.
Not restricted by law.
Never look over your right shoulder.
Always slow down in your traffic lane.
Look over you shoulder.
One of your rear wheels should touch curb.
Use your parking brake and leave the vehicle in gear or "park".
Your front wheels should be parallel to road if there is no curb.
Using your high-beam lights in the fog.
Staring at the road ahead of your vehicle.
Checking your rearview mirrors frequently.
Be prepared to stop at railroad crossing.
Always stop at the upcoming railroad crossing.
Stop and wait for signal before crossing the railroad tracks.
May not enter the bicycle lane to make your turn.
Should only merge into the bicycle lane if you stop before turning
Must merge into the bicycle lane before making your turn.