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California Regular Driver Test_4_(Class C License)

1. It is a very windy day. You are driving and a dust storm blows across the freeway reducing your visibility. You should drive slower and turn on your:
  Interior lights
  Parking lights
  Headlights.
2. If you plan to pass another vehicle, you should:
  Not assume the other driver will make space for you to return to your lane.
  Assume the other driver will let you pass if you use your turn signal.
  Assume the other driver will maintain a constant speed.
3. You are driving on a freeway posted for 65 mph. Most of the other vehicles are driving 70 mph or faster. You may legally drive:
  70 mph or faster to keep up with the speed of traffic.
  Between 65 mph and 70 mph.
  No faster than 65 mph.
4. If you drive faster than other vehicles on a road with one lane in each direction and continually pass the other cars, you will:
  Get you to your destination much faster and safer.
  Increase your chances of an accident.
  Help prevent traffic congestion.
5. Which of these vehicles must always stop before crossing railroad tracks?
  Tank trucks marked with hazardous materials placards.
  Motor homes or pickup trucks towing a boat trailer.
  Any vehicle with 3 or more axles or weighing more than 4,000 pounds.
6. You are driving on a one-way street. You may turn left onto another one-way street only if:
  A sign permits the turn.
  Traffic on the street moves to the right.
  Traffic on the street moves to the left.
7. A large truck is ahead of you and is turning right onto a street with two lanes in each direction. The truck:
  May complete its turn in either of the two lanes.
  May have to swing wide to complete the right turn.
  Must stay in the right lane at all times while turning.
8. You may cross a double, yellow line to pass another vehicle, if the yellow line next to:
  The other side of the road is a solid line.
  Your side of the road is a broken line.
  The other side of the road is a broken line.
9. At intersections, crosswalks, and railroad crossings, you should always:
  Stop, listen, and proceed cautiously.
  Look to the sides of your vehicle to see what is coming.
  Slowly pass vehicles that seem to be stopped for no reason.
10. You drive defensively when you:
  Always put one car length between you and the car ahead.
  Look only at the car in front of you while driving.
  Keep your eyes moving to look for possible hazards.