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★ California Drivers Ed DMV Permit Practice Test Answers 25

The golden rule of driving is
A.) to treat other drivers the way you want to be treated.
B.) do as you please.
C.) to have a comfortable chair to sit in while driving.
D.) none of the above

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to treat other drivers the way you want to be treated.

EXPLANATION: The golden rule of driving is to treat other drivers the way you want to be treated.


You drive defensively when you:
A.) Always put one car length between you and the car ahead.
B.) Keep your eyes moving to look for possible hazards.
C.) Look only at the car in front of you while driving.

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Keep your eyes moving to look for possible hazards.

EXPLANATION: You drive defensively when you Keep your eyes moving to look for possible hazards.


When you are sure you have the legal right-of-way, a good safety rule is _____________.
A.) always take your right-of-way
B.) never insist on it
C.) always let the other driver have it
D.) assume everyone knows you have the right-of-way

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never insist on it

When you are sure you have the legal right-of-way, a good safety rule is never insist on it.


A safe driver understands that the right-of-way must be _____________.
A.) always taken
B.) always given up
C.) given up to avoid hazardous situations
D.) never given up

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given up to avoid hazardous situations

A safe driver must understand that right-of-way must be given to avoid hazardous situations.


Which statement is true about motorcyclists and motorists?
A.) Motorcycles are not allowed to drive faster than other traffic during congested road conditions
B.) Motorcycles have the same rights/responsibilities as other motorist
C.) Motorcycles are heavier than other vehicles and are less affected by wind/rain

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Motorcycles have the same rights/responsibilities as other motorist


Which of the following statements is true? Motorcyclists
A.) Motorcyclists must abide by similar laws, and apply for the same driver license, as automobile drivers.
B.) Motorcyclists must abide by similar laws as automobile drivers but need to train and apply for a special driver license.
C.) Motorcyclists do not need to know how to drive a car.

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Motorcyclists must abide by similar laws as automobile drivers but need to train and apply for a special driver license.


Typically, automobile drivers do not see motorcycles when they are:
A.) Turning left
B.) Driving behind them
C.) Approaching as an oncoming vehicle
D.) All of the above

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All of the above


True or false: Statistically, motorcycle drivers are the cause of most motorcycle accidents.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

EXPLANATION: In most accidents between a car and a motorcycle, the driver of the car is at fault.


True or false: Fenders are illegal equipments parts on motorcycles.
A.) True
B.) False

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False


Motorcycles share all of the following legal requirements with drivers except:
A.) Stopping for STOP signs and red lights
B.) Using left-hand turn lanes and turn signals
C.) Speeding laws
D.) Rules against impeding traffic and riding with the flow of traffic
E.) Using lights at night
F.) Wearing a helmet
G.) Yielding the right of way when entering a roadway
H.) Laws prohibiting riding while intoxicated.

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Wearing a helmet


Most motorcycle accidents occur:
A.) On the open road
B.) At intersections
C.) On freeways
D.) When passing

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At intersections


In the event of an emergency, a motorcycle can stop __________
A.) more quickly than a car.
B.) less quickly than a car.
C.) equally as quickly as a car.

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more quickly than a car.


Motorcycles are extremely hard to see if they are __________.
A.) approaching from the side
B.) driving on the shoulder
C.) powered by quiet motors
D.) directly behind your vehicle

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approaching from the side


When being passed by a motorcycle, ________.
A.) change lanes quickly
B.) stay in your lane
C.) brake quickly
D.) speed up

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stay in your lane


Experienced riders seldom drive more than how many hours a day?
A.) 4
B.) 5
C.) 6
D.) 7

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6

Experienced riders seldom drive more than six hours a day


One major advantage of push/pull steering from the low-hand position is________.
A.) it results in less leg fatigue
B.) the elimination of reduced vehicle load transfer
C.) it combines control of steering and acceleration
D.) enhanced vehicle control because the arms stay close to the body and maintain a more stable vertical body position

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enhanced vehicle control because the arms stay close to the body and maintain a more stable vertical body position

EXPLANATION: One major advantage of push/pull steering from the low-hand position is enhanced vehicle control because the arms stay close to the body and maintain a more stable vertical body position.


The best way to control events that occur outside of your vehicle is to_____.
A.) drive only in the daylight
B.) plan your route
C.) never drive on a congested road
D.) always have someone in the car with you to help you drive

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plan your route

EXPLANATION: The best way to control events that occur outside of your vehicle is to plan your route.


Before beginning a trip, you should always:
A.) Check all lights and safety equipment.
B.) Verify that the cargo is secured.
C.) Test your steering and brake systems.
D.) All of the above.

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All of the above.

EXPLANATION: Before beginning a trip, you should always Check all lights and safety equipment, Verify that the cargo is secured and Test your steering and brake systems.


What should you do to keep from getting tired on a long road trip?
A.) You should get a lot of rest before you start.
B.) You should not take drugs that can make you drowsy.
C.) You should take regular rest stops, even if you aren't tired.
D.) All of the above.

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All of the above.


On a trip, eat lightly to avoid ________________.
A.) drowsiness
B.) rest stops
C.) exiting
D.) distraction

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drowsiness


Is it ever okay to throw a cigarette from your vehicle?
A) Yes
B) No
C) Only if the cigarette is put out.
D) None of the above.

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No


The purpose of conducting the pre-trip inspection with an examiner is:
A. To make sure you know if a vehicle is safe to drive.
B. To make sure you know what to check before driving.
C. To make obtaining a CDL more difficult.
D. Both A and B.

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Both A and B.


Fatigue is also caused by temporary________, disease or boredom.
A.) distraction
B.) interruption
C.) loss of power
D.) illness

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illness


Don't drive during your _____________ rhythm .
A.) circadian
B.) high
C.) changing
D.) fast

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circadian

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