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California Drivers License Practice Test 5 Class C

1. There is no crosswalk and you see a pedestrian crossing your lane ahead. You should:
  Make eye contact and then pass him/her.
  Slow down as you pass him/her.
  Stop and let him/her finish crossing the street.
2. You must stop before you cross railroad tracks when:
  You don\'t have room to compleatly cross the tracks.
  The crossing is located in a city or town with frequent train traffic.
  You transport two or more children in a passenger vehicle.
3. It is illegal to park your vehicle:
  In an unmarked crosswalk.
  Within three feet of a private driveway.
  In a bicycle lane.
4. To turn left from a one-way street with multiple lanes onto a two-way street, start the turn in:
  The far left lane.
  Any lane available.
  The lane closest to the middle of the street.
5. You are on a two-way street with two lanes in each direction. To turn left, start the turn in:
  Any lane open to you for traffic in your direction.
  The left lane for traffic in your direction.
  The right lane for traffic in your direction.
6. Driving under the influence of any medication which impairs your driving is premitted:
  Under no circumstances.
  If you don\'t feel drowsy.
  If it is prescribed by a physician.
7. This sign means:
  Railroad crossing is controlled- continue at your regular speed.
  Look, listen, and prepare to stop at the crossing, if necessary.
  Stop at the railroad tracks and wait for a signal before crossing.
8. To avoid last minute moves, you should be looking down the road to where your vehicle will be in about ______________.
  5 to 10 seconds.
  10 to 15 seconds.
  15 to 20 seconds.
9. When you see this sign, you should:
  Always stop at the crosswalk
  Stop at the crosswalk until a crossing guard signals you to go.
  Be prepared to stop if pedestrians are in the crosswalk.
10. California\'s \'Basic Speed Law\' says:
  You should never drive faster than posted speed limits.
  You should never drive faster than is safe for current conditions.
  The maximum speed limit in California is 70 mph on certain freeways.