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DMV Permit

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School Crossing
no passing zone
Consructions
Yield Right of way sign
Warning sign
Slow moving vehicle sign
Stop sign
Railroad warning sign
Information or guidance sign
Regulatory sign
Stop
Is the only 8 sided traffic sign. Must come to a complete halt. before entering the intersection ahead and yield to traffic close enough to be an immediate hazard.
Yield
a sigh that means to slow down so you slow down the right of way to pedestrians crossing the roadway and to vehicles on the intersecting street or high way
Wrong way sign
Wrong way
Motorist is approaching one-way highway or ramp from the wrong direction
do not enter sign
Do not enter
This marks a one way road way with traffic coming against you. you must not enter the one way at this point
no left turn sign
No left turn
YOu must not make a left turn at this intersection
no parking sign
No parking
you may not part your car in this area even though you stay in the car
Handicap sign
Handicap
You must not park in a parking space designated for the physically handicapped on either private or public property
sharp turn sign
Curve to the right
winding road ahead
Gradual curve to the left the curve to the right
can't go straight road turns both left and right
side enters highway ahead at and angle
You can't go straight ahead you must turn right or left
Side of the road is soft do not drive off of pavement
...
road ahead is not wide as the road you are on
There is a dip in the roadway. slow down
Sharp turn right then left
There is no room on the bright ahead to meet or pass another car or truck
there is a stop sign ahead
there is a yield sign ahead
The pavement ahead is not as wide as the road you were on
this advises you of the top safe speed at which you can make the turn
warns of sharp turn or curve in direction of arrow.
fire station watch out for fire trucks entering street or highway
road shoulder much lower than roach surface
road surface ahead will change to dirt or gravel
the street has no outlet
number of highway lanes change ahead. merge into the adjacent lane
placed on the left side of a two lane road to warn of the beginning .
there is traffic signal ahead
vehicle or loads higher than the clearance shown can't go under structure ahead
you are leaving separated one way road way and entering a two way road way. also used to remind drivers they are on a two way road
YOu will be merging with other traffic traveling in the same direction. drivers entering from right must yield to traffic on the main route. and must make use of speed change lanes to merge smoothly and maintain traffic flow
another road crosses the highway ahead
divided highway ahead
slippery when wet
narrow bridge ahead
Centerline
A line that divides the road between opposite proceeding traffic
yellow centerline
Painted on two lane highway
White centerline
Painted on multi lane highways and one way streets
Broken line
type line where there are no restrictions on passing when safe to do so
broken then solid
lines next to the broken line indicating areas where you are not permitted to pass
2 solid lines
if passing is not permitted on both sides of the road
lane dividers
when a road way consist of 2 or more traffic lanes for vehicles traveling in the same direction marked by broken white lines which can be passed
Edge Striping
A solid white line that indicates the outside edge of the traffic lane, and may be crossed only by traffic moving to or from the shoulder. Occasionally yellow lines are used for left edgelines or divided roadways where traffic cannot pull entirely off the roadway, for marking of obstructions and islands, which must be passed on the right
White solid line
a line that is used to delineate the edge of a travel lane where travel in the same direction is permitted on both sides of the line but crossing the line is discouraged.
Double sided white line
White line that is used to delineate a travel lane where travel is the same direction and is permitted on both sides of the line. but crossing the line is PROHIBITED
Cross walks
a white solid lines are used to denote pedestrians to walk at intersections and in some situations a driver must stop at all of these places that are occupied by pedestrians if there are no controlling signals
30 mph
what is the usual speed limit in an urban district
35 mph
what is the usual speed per hour unpaved road
45 mph
what is the usual speed limit in a county paved road (unless posted)
55 mph
what is the usual speed limit in other locations
350 feet
during normal conditions headlights under high beam illuminate how far?
500 feet
you must dim your light you are ____ of an oncoming vehicle
200 feet
you must dim your lights you are with in ____ when following another vehicle
half hour after sunset to a half hour before sunrise.
According to state law, headlight must be turn on when?
at least 500 feet
All lights must be visible from a distance of what?
.08%
A person whose blood contains ___ or more concentration of alcohol is considered driving under the influence
.02%
a person who is under 21 years of age whose blood contains ____ of alcohol or is considered driving under the influence
Toward
when parking down hill which direction do you turn your wheel if there is a curb?
away
when parking downhill which direction do you turn your wheels if there is a curb?
right
if you are parking up hill and there is no curb which way do you turn your wheels?
193 feet
the reaction time and braking distance of a car traveling 55 mph how much space does a car need to brake safely?
100 feet
how much distance you need before you make a turn?
right lane
in making a right turn from a four lane or divided high way, what lane do you drive in?
nearest the center
which lane do drive in if you want to make a left turn?
Two lane road, yes
is passing permitted on both sides?
no,
is passing permitted on both sides?
Multilane roadway. only when making a left turn
is crossing the center line permeitted

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