Practice for DMV written test.
Look over your shoulder to be sure the car isn't in your blind spot.
Turn your signal on and change lanes slowly.
Check your outside mirror to see if the car is in your blind spot.
Pedestrians always have the right-of-way.
Vehicles, but only should slow down and be careful.
Pedestrians, but only with the green "WALK" signal.
Wait until solid double, yellow lines separate the lanes.
Increase your speed to 65 mph.
Have a large enough gap in the on coming traffic.
Slow down and continue driving.
Turn on your high beams and continue driving.
Pull off the road completely until visibility improves.
Are cited for a traffic violation.
Sell or transfer your vehicle.
Paint your vehicle a different color.
They are not your children.
A child passenger restraint system is not available.
They weigh 60 pounds or more.
Unless you are in a designated turn lane.
Unless your turn is protected by a green arrow.
Even if you do not see any other vehicles around.
Move to the right side of your lane and drive slowly.
Pull off the road when it is safe and let them pass.
Continue driving because you have the right-of-way.
Any of the traffic lanes in your direction.
Either of the two right lanes.
The far right lane only.
0.08% - Eight hundredths of one percent.
0.10% - One tenth of one percent.
0.05% - Five hundredths of one percent.
If the driveway is in front of your house.
As long as it is not parked for longer than 15 minutes.
Under no circumstances.
Should always stop before driving through the intersection.
Must yield the right-of-way to all other vehicles.
Should slow down and be ready to stop. If necessary.
Leave your vehicle in neutral.
Keep your front wheels parallel to the road.
Leave your vehicle in gear or the "Park" position.
Narrow pedestrians bridge ahead.
Pedestrians must yield the right-of-way ahead.
There is a pedestrian crosswalk ahead.
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