Alaska CAR DMV Practice Test 1
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Always stop before entering the roadway from a driveway and yield to any approaching vehicles or crossing pedestrians. The stop should be made before crossing the sidewalk area. Failure to stop is unlawful.
A red flashing traffic signal has the same meaning as a stop sign. When approaching a red flashing signal, come to a complete stop and proceed when it is safe to do so. A stop sign may sometimes also be posted where this signal is located.
If a vehicle approaching you is using its high beams and fails to dim them, you should glance toward the right side of the road. This will keep you from being blinded by the other vehicle’s headlights and will allow you to see well enough to stay on your course until the vehicle passes.
If you are in the proper lane, you must make the movement indicated by an arrow displayed on a traffic signal. A movement indicated by an arrow has the right-of-way and should not conflict with pedestrians or other vehicles. However, still be alert to other drivers and pedestrians who are wrongfully within the intersection.
If you realize you've passed your destination while driving in heavy traffic on a city street, you should circle around the block. Never make a U-turn where it may disrupt traffic.
Drivers must come to a complete stop when approaching a school bus that has its red lights flashing and stop arm extended. Drivers should never try to pass a school bus that is loading or unloading children.
You must yield to any transit vehicle that is signaling to pull back onto the main roadway after it has stopped to load or unload passengers. Change lanes, slow down, or stop to allow the bus safe re-entry into traffic.
White lines are used to separate traffic moving in the same direction. Dashed lines indicate that drivers directly next to the line are permitted to pass when it is safe to do so.
A solid line along the side of the road indicates where its edge is, marking the boundary between the travel lane and the shoulder. If the edge line angles toward the center of the road, this means that the road is narrower ahead.
Double solid yellow lines are used to mark roadways where passing is prohibited from both directions. You may cross these lines only to make a left turn into or from an alley, private road, or driveway.
The Mandatory Insurance Law requires either the vehicle owner or driver to carry liability insurance. The minimum required amount of liability insurance coverage is $25,000 for property damage.
You must stop when approaching a school bus that is displaying flashing red lights while stopped to pick up or drop off children. On a two-lane road, traffic moving in both directions must stop and remain stopped as long as the red lights near the top of the bus are flashing and/or the stop arm on the left side of the bus is extended.
When there is a solid yellow line and a broken yellow line in the center of the road and the broken line is next to your lane, you may cross the lines to pass if there is no oncoming traffic.
You must yield the right-of-way to all emergency vehicles using a siren, air horn, and/or flashing red, blue, or white lights. Where possible, you must pull over to the right edge of the road. If you are in an intersection, drive through the intersection before you pull over.
Construction and maintenance signs are orange-colored and are used to notify drivers of unusual or potentially dangerous conditions in or near work areas. This sign warns drivers that they are approaching a construction zone and that they should prepare to lower their speed and drive with extraordinary caution.
If you are driving more slowly than surrounding traffic on a multilane road, use the right lane. The lefthand lane is intended for use by faster-moving traffic that is passing slower-moving traffic.
Alcohol is a depressant that negatively affects judgment, vision, concentration, understanding of reality, and reaction time. It is never safe to consume alcohol in any amount before getting behind the wheel of a car.
The speed limit for school zones in Alaska is 20 mph. Always drive with caution where children are present.
Alcohol consumption is a significant factor in fatal motor vehicle crashes. In Alaska, almost 45 percent of all traffic deaths each year involve alcohol.
It is a good idea to match the pace of surrounding traffic, within the legal speed limit. Driving with the flow of traffic keeps traffic moving and helps prevent rear-end collisions.
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