Hawaii CAR DMV Practice Test 1
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Worn or bald tires can increase your stopping distance and make turning more difficult. Tires without adequate tread also increase the risk of hydroplaning.
You may not pass a school bus on an undivided highway from either direction while the school bus is using its flashing red lights. If there are no flashing red lights, you may pass normally.
Yield the right-of-way to the driver on your right at a four-way intersection if you both arrive to the intersection at the same time. You may then proceed when it is safe to do so.
You should not permit passengers to ride in trailers. Riding in trailers of any kind is prohibited.
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.
This sign indicates that workers may be on or very close to the roadway ahead, so you should take special care when traveling through the area.
When changing lanes, you should check your vehicle's blind spots by looking over your shoulder in the direction that you want to move. Always check your mirrors and turn on your directional signal before beginning a lane change.
Every driving situation involves three basic elements: the environment, the vehicle, and the driver. Of these three elements, only you as a driver have the ability to gather information about the existing situation. Apply your skills, knowledge, experience, and judgment, and take any action required to safely complete the driving task.
You should increase your following distance when you are behind a large vehicle that blocks your vision, when driving in bad weather or heavy traffic, when exiting an expressway, when behind a motorcycle or bicycle, and if someone is tailgating you.
A flashing red traffic light means the same thing as a stop sign. You must come to a complete stop, yield to cross traffic and pedestrians, and then proceed when the way is clear.
The vehicle on the right has the right-of-way when two vehicles arrive to an uncontrolled intersection at the same time. When the first driver has safely passed through the intersection, the other driver may proceed.
Warning signs advise drivers of potentially hazardous conditions. For your own safety, obey warning signs. Disregarding the information provided by a warning sign may result in an accident due to your negligence.
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.
Diamond-shaped signs warn drivers of existing or potential driving hazards. You will usually see these signs in yellow or orange.
The brake warning lamp should go out when the parking brake is released. If it illuminates when the foot brake pedal is pressed, the brake system is defective and the vehicle should not be driven.
Motorcycles are smaller and harder to see than cars. Because of their size, they are easily hidden in a car’s blind spot. It may be difficult to judge your distance to a motorcycle and difficult to tell how fast a motorcycle is moving, so always be alert and extra cautious when near a motorcyclist.
Safety belts are life belts. They must be worn at all times when driving or riding in a vehicle. They are the most important personal safety item available in any vehicle.
Any time you want to change lanes, you should properly signal your intentions well in advance, check your mirrors, and check your blind spot. You can check your blind spot by glancing over your shoulder in the direction that you plan to move.
An arrogant driver is purposely in a hurry and competing with other drivers sharing the road. Arrogant drivers have little or no respect for traffic laws or the rights of other drivers and pedestrians. Never allow yourself to become involved in competition with an arrogant driver.
Signal, check your mirrors, and check your blind spot before changing lanes or passing on an interstate. Only stop on the shoulder of the interstate in the case of an emergency and change lanes as infrequently as possible. Cruise control should not be used in heavy traffic or under poor weather conditions.
You drive defensively when you identify dangerous driving situations and take action before an accident occurs. Defensive driving helps prevent conflicts with aggressive, offensive, discourteous, careless, inattentive, impulsive, ignorant, or intoxicated drivers or pedestrians.
When turning, you should reduce to a speed that allows you to maintain control of your vehicle, stay in your lane, and react to unexpected situations.
When you leave your vehicle unattended, you must stop the engine, lock the ignition, remove the key from the ignition, and set the parking brake.
Pentagonal signs indicate that you are in a school zone. Be extra alert to children and pedestrians when driving near a school.
If your vehicle’s accelerator sticks open, your vehicle will continue to maintain its speed or accelerate, even if you remove your foot from the gas pedal. Turn off the ignition, using care to move the ignition switch only far enough to stop the engine and not engage the steering wheel locking mechanism. Apply your brakes and move off the road to a safe area.
In many collisions with motorcycles, bicycles, and pedestrians, drivers reported that they were looking but still did not see the smaller vehicle or pedestrian. These can be more difficult to spot in traffic than passenger vehicles because they are smaller, may move faster, and have less noticeable lighting. To prevent collisions with these smaller and less protected road users, drivers should always be alert to the presence of motorcycles, bikes, and pedestrians.
The amount of space you need to cross traffic depends on the road conditions, weather conditions, and oncoming traffic.
White lines separate lanes of traffic that are moving in the same direction. Dashed white lines may be crossed to pass or change lanes, if it is safe to do so.
If you are entering traffic from a driveway or private road, you should yield to drivers already on the public road. Merge safely into traffic when you are able to do so.
This sign indicates that there is an intersection ahead. A road joins from the right.
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