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California Drivers License Practice Test 3 Class C

1. 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.
2. When driving on a multilane street with other vehicles:
  Drive alongside the other vehicles so the drives can see you.
  You should drive ahead of or behind the other vehicles.
  It is safest to drive in the lane next to the center line.
3. Which of these statements is true about slippery road surfaces?
  Driving on wet leaves on the road will give you extra traction.
  On cold days, shade from building/trees can hide spots of ice.
  The pavement is less slippery when it first starts to rain on a hot day than it is afterwards.
4. A school bus ahead of you in your lane is stopped with red lights flashing. You should:
  Stop, then proceed when you think all of the children have exited the bus.
  Slow to 25 MPH and pass cautiously.
  Stop as long as the red lights are flashing.
5. For which of the following traffic lights must you always stop your vehicle?
  Solid Red lights, flashing red lights, and blacked-out traffic signals.
  Solid red lights, red arrows, and flashing yellow lights.
  Solid red lights, flashing red lights, and yellow signs.
6. 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
7. This sign means you should:
  Stop and check traffic both ways before proceeding.
  Give the right-of-way to traffic on the road you wish to enter or cross.
  Keep a steady speed and check traffic both ways.
8. When looking ahead while driving, you should:
  Stare at the middle of the road.
  Look directly in frount of your car.
  Scan from side to side.
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. What is a safety zone?
  A space set aside for pedestrians.
  An empty lane next to the freeway dividers.
  A median strip on a divided highway.