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California Drivers License Practice Test 6 Class C

1. The speed limit for a school zone where children are present is _____, unless otherwise posted.
  15 mph
  20 mph
  25 mph
2. You should stop before crosing railroad tracks:
  Whenever a crossing is not controled by gates.
  Any time a train may be approaching, even if you cannot see it.
  If your vehicle has three or more axles.
3. 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.
4. You see a signal person at a road construction site ahead. You should obey his or her instructions:
  Only if you see orange cones on the road ahead.
  Unless they conflict with existing signs, signals, or laws.
  At all times.
5. You are driving on a freeway posted for 65 MPH. The traffic is traveling at 70 MPH. You may legally drive:
  75 MPH or less.
  70 MPH or less.
  65 MPH or less.
6. It is illegal to park your vehicle:
  In an unmarked crosswalk.
  Within three feet of a private driveway.
  In a bicycle lane.
7. Cargo extending more than four feet from your rear bumper:
  Is illegal under all circumstances.
  Must be marked with a red flag or lights.
  Does not legally have to be marked, but is a good idea.
8. The California Driver Handbook recommends several tips to help you keep alert on long drives. One of these tips is:
  Pull off the road and rest.
  Turn on your air conditioner.
  Alternately drive close to the left and right sides of your lane.
9. 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.
10. 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.