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★ DDS Georgia Learners Permit Practice Test 2

What should you do when you see a flashing yellow traffic signal at the next intersection?
A.) Speed up before the light changes to red.
B.) Slow down and proceed with caution.
C.) Come to a complete stop before proceeding.

ANSWER: Slow down and proceed with caution.

A flashing yellow light at an intersection means:
A.) continue through the intersection quickly.
B.) slow down and proceed with caution.
C.) stop, check traffic, and proceed with caution.

ANSWER: slow down and proceed with caution.

A double yellow line in the center of a highway means:
A.) Passing is prohibited.
B.) You are approaching a dangerous intersection.
C.) Passing is permitted when safe to do so.

ANSWER: Passing is prohibited.

You are stopped at an intersection and the traffic light changes to green. You should:
A.) wait until the car next to you starts ahead.
B.) proceed immediately so you do not hold up the traffic behind you.
C.) go ahead only after you are sure that all cross traffic and pedestrians have cleared the intersection.

ANSWER: go ahead only after you are sure that all cross traffic and pedestrians have cleared the intersection.

When approaching an intersection for a left turn, you should approach the intersection:
A.) as near as possible to the right hand curb.
B.) in the far left lane or center (turning) lane.
C.) by cutting into the left lane immediately before the intersection.

ANSWER: in the far left lane or center (turning) lane.

When approaching an intersection where a 'Yield' sign has been placed facing you, you must:
A.) give right of way to all vehicles.
B.) stop, regardless of time or place.
C.) come to a full stop, look in both directions, and then proceed.

ANSWER: give right of way to all vehicles.

A school bus with its flashing red signals on has stopped on a non-divided highway; you must:
A.) stop when approaching from the rear only.
B.) slow down when approaching from the front, and proceed with caution.
C.) stop until the signal lights are no longer flashing and all passengers have cleared the roadway.

ANSWER: stop until the signal lights are no longer flashing and all passengers have cleared the roadway.

What signal should you give before changing lanes in traffic?
A.) Stop signal; hand and arm down.
B.) No signal is needed if the lane is open ahead.
C.) Left or right turn signal, depending on whether you wish to change left or right.

ANSWER: Left or right turn signal, depending on whether you wish to change left or right.

If the signal light changes from green to yellow as you enter the intersection, you should:
A.) speed up to clear the intersection.
B.) stop and back up past the crosswalk.
C.) slow down and exercise caution before proceeding through the intersection.

ANSWER: slow down and exercise caution before proceeding through the intersection.

What should you do when you approach a flashing red light?
A.) Stop.
B.) Slow down.
C.) Continue with caution.

ANSWER: Stop.

A solid yellow line on your right side of the center line, means:
A.) reduce speed.
B.) do not pass.
C.) traffic light ahead.

ANSWER: do not pass.

At a railroad crossing, where the crossing gates have been lowered:
A.) you may go around the gates, if you do not see a train coming.
B.) you must stop and remain stopped until the gates are raised and all tracks are cleared.
C.) you must stop first, and then you may proceed around the gates if you don't see a train coming.

ANSWER: you must stop and remain stopped until the gates are raised and all tracks are cleared.

Without exception, never drive a vehicle through, around, or under any railroad gate or barrier.
A.) True.
B.) False.

ANSWER: True.

When entering an expressway, your car's speed should:
A.) be faster than expressway traffic.
B.) be slower than the traffic on the expressway.
C.) be adjusted to the speed of the traffic on the expressway.

ANSWER: be adjusted to the speed of the traffic on the expressway.

If you have to stop on the shoulder of a freeway because of an emergency, you should:
A.) get out of your car and walk for help.
B.) activate your hazard lights, raise the hood to indicate difficulty.
C.) stand behind your car to warn traffic that you have stopped.

ANSWER: activate your hazard lights, raise the hood to indicate difficulty.

When is it legal to back up on an expressway:
A.) never.
B.) in an emergency.
C.) if you go past your exit.

ANSWER: never.

You are driving behind a motorcycle and want to pass. You must:
A.) Blow your horn to make the motorcycle move onto the shoulder so that you can pass.
B.) Have your vehicle entirely into the left lane before and during the pass.
C.) Stay in the right lane as much as possible, because the motorcycle is small and doesn't use all of the lane.

ANSWER: Have your vehicle entirely into the left lane before and during the pass.

Motorcycles are smaller than cars. This makes them:
A.) Less Stable.
B.) Faster
C.) More difficult to see.

ANSWER: More difficult to see.

Bicyclists should use their arms to signal to other motorists when they are going to make a turn, or when they are slowing or stopping.
A.) True.
B.) False.

ANSWER: TRUE

The proper arm signal for slowing or stopping is:
A.) Left arm up.
B.) Right arm down.
C.) Left arm down.

ANSWER: Left arm down.

Before moving your vehicle into traffic from a parked position, you should:
A.) signal and proceed when it is safe.
B.) sound your horn and pull from the curb slowly.
C.) signal other traffic and then pull out into the street.

ANSWER: signal and proceed when it is safe.

The distance it takes you to stop your vehicle depends on:
A.) road condition, but not your speed.
B.) the number of vehicles in front of you.
C.) reaction of the driver, vehicle condition, wind direction, and road conditions.

ANSWER: reaction of the driver, vehicle condition, wind direction, and road conditions.

You have allowed the wheels of your vehicle to run off the edge of the pavement. You should:
A.) Hold the steering wheel firmly; release the gas pedal; and gently apply the brakes.
B.) Apply the brakes and turn the front wheels sharply to the left.
C.) Release the gas pedal and turn the front wheels slightly to the left to edge the car back on the pavement.

ANSWER: Hold the steering wheel firmly; release the gas pedal; and gently apply the brakes.

If, while driving, a tire suddenly blows out, you should:
A.) pump the brakes rapidly.
B.) brake hard and steer toward the right edge of the roadway.
C.) grasp the steering wheel firmly and take your foot off the accelerator.

ANSWER: grasp the steering wheel firmly and take your foot off the accelerator.

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