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Washinton Drivers License Practice Test_1

1. Use your high beams whenever:
  you come within 500 feet of an oncoming vehicle.
  you are in fog or when it is snowing or raining hard.
  there are no oncoming vehicles.
  when following 300 feet or less behind another vehicle.
2. On a two-lane, two-way road, you may pass another vehicle when:
  Your view is clear and there is space to return to the driving lane.
  You are within 50 feet of an intersection or railroad crossing.
  There is a solid yellow line on your side of the center line.
  Signs indicate a bridge or tunnel ahead.
3. Speed limits, unless otherwise posted, are:
  50 mph on county roads.
  25 mph on streets of cities and towns.
  60 mph on state highway.
  All of the above are correct.
4. Motorist and bicyclist safety is increased by:
  Everyone learning to ride a bike before they can get a drivers license.
  Drivers leaving several feet of extra space when passing a bicycle.
  Requiring bicyclists to drive on the shoulder at all times.
  Putting turn signals and bells on all bicycles.
5. What is the penalty for parking in a disabled parking stall without a proper permit?
6. Use your horn:
  befor changing lanes.
  passing bicyclists.
  when you are passing a driver who starts to turn into your lane.
  encouraging someone to drive faster or get out of the way
7. When not to use your horn:
  when a driver is not paying attention or may have trouble seeing you.
  when approaching horses.
  when a person on foot or on a bike appears to be moving into your lane of travel.
  when you have lost control of your vehicle and are moving toward someone.
8. On a typical traffic light, which light is on the top?
9. A yield sign in your lane:
  Always gives you the right of way.
  Is the same as a stop sign or flashing red signal.
  Tells you to slow or wait for all other traffic.
  Warns you of a hidden pedestrian crosswalk.
10. If your brakes stop working:
  Hold the steering wheel tightly and keep the vehicle going straight.
  Put on the emergency flashers, turn signals or fog lights if you have them.
  Quickly shift to neutral.
  Pump the brake pedal several times. This will often build up enough brake pressure to allow you to stop.