No less than 20 feet.
No more than 20 feet.
No less than 50 feet.
2 feet, because I have that many.
Yes. You should always follow the speed limit under all conditions.
No. 60 mph is a better highway speed than 55 mph.
No. Speed must be adjusted to conditions in order to avoid accidents.
Yes. If the weather conditions were bad, you must maintain your speed to find shelter.
200 ft (ten car lengths)
150 ft (seven and a half car lengths)
3,000 ft (two airplane lengths)
100 ft (five car lengths)
The car on the four lane road should yield.
The car on the left gets the right-of-way.
The car on the two-lane road should yield.
I'm the king of bongo-bong!?!?
Start speeding to get far away from him.
Yield the right-of-way by moving to the left edge of the roadway and stopping.
Yield the right-of-way by moving to the right edge of the roadway and stopping.
Turn off your car right away to let him by.
Take your foot off the gas pedal and turn the steering wheel in the direction of the skid.
Maintain your speed and turn the steering wheel in the opposite direction of the skid.
Take your foot off the gas pedal and turn the steering wheel in the opposite direction of the skid.
Start singing a Carrie Underwood song.
Half an hour before sunrise until half an hour after sunset.
If you have a black car, your headlights should always be turned on.
Half an hour after sunset until half an hour before sunrise.
Causing a serious accident while operating a motor vehicle.
Becoming incompetent to drive.
Permit unlawful or fraudulent use of one’s driver license.
All of the above.
It's a colorless, deadly gas in the exhaust fumes produced by cars.
It can cause hyperalgesia.
It can cause poisoning.
Both A and C.
Slowly let go of the gas pedal, and merge toward the nearest ditch.
Move the car off the road, turn on emergence warning lights, and tie a white cloth where visible or raise your hood.
Move your car off of the road, and call the DMV for help.
Quickly switch to reverse, and guide your way to safety.
Use a low gear to slow your vehicle down.
Release your foot from the gas pedal, and slowly coast down the steep hill.
Switch to a high gear to power up the steep hill.
Both A and B.
Leave a written notice.
Answers A and C.
Stop, locate owner/operator, and give name and address.
Leave the area immediately.
After an officer has thoroughly looked over the crash site.
When a law enforcement officer hasn't investigated the crash.
When someone has been seriously injured.
Accident reports are the first thing that you develop after a crash.
A red upside down triangle with a white border.
A green light that signals 'Go Around.'
A fluorescent orange triangle with retroflective borders.
An orange diamond that has retroflective borders.
Use a low gear to help slow your vehicle down.
Switch to the 5th gear.
Use a low gear, and coast down the hill.
Never go down a steep hill. Switch to reverse, and choose another route.
All of the below.
Must be a licensed driver.
At least 21 years old.
Student must have an instruction permit.