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California Drivers License Practice Test 4 Class C

1. If you are involved in a traffic collision, you are required to complete and submit a written report (SR1) to the DMV:
  Only if you or the other driver is injured.
  If there is property damage in excess of $500 or if there are any injuries.
  Only if you are at fault.
2. If you are involved in an accident and there is more than $500 in damages, you must make a written report (SR 1) to:
  Your insurance company.
  The DMV.
  The CHP.
3. A white painted curb means:
  Loading zone for freight or passengers.
  Loading zone for passengers or mail only.
  Loading zone for freight only.
4. You are involved in a minor accident at an intersection. There are no injuries and very little vehicle damage. You should:
  Leave your vehicle in the traffic lane until law enforcement arrives.
  Move your vehicle out of the traffic lane, if possible.
  Not move your vehicle for any reason.
5. Instruction from school crossing guards must be obeyed:
  At all times.
  During school hours only.
  Only when children are present in front of a school.
6. 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.
7. You may not park your vehicle:
  On the side of the freeway in an emergency.
  Next to a red painted curb.
  Within 100 feet of an elementary school.
8. What is the benefit of a space cushion around your vehicle?
  Other drivers can \'cut\' in front of you, improving traffic flow.
  If another driver makes a mistake, you have time to react.
  It inflates to protect you from injury in case of an accident.
9. Collisions are more likely to happen:
  When one driver is going faster or slower than other drivers on the road.
  On bridges and overpasses.
  On multi-lane freeways.
10. Two sets of solid, double, yellow lines that are two or more feet apart:
  May be crossed to enter or exit a private driveway.
  May not be crossed for any reason.
  Should be treated as a separate traffic lane.