Indiana CAR DMV Practice Test 1
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This sign means that you are approaching an upcoming intersection. Watch carefully for cross traffic.
Check the traffic behind you several times a minute to know if another driver is tailgating, approaching too fast, or trying to pass. If another car is following you too closely, slow down and let it pass. Most rear-end collisions are caused by vehicles following too closely.
A green light tells you that you can go through the intersection. However, you must first yield the right-of-way to traffic and pedestrians who are still in the intersection.
In the state of Indiana, a person who who obtains a driver's license and is under the age of 21 is operating on a probationary driver's license. Probationary license holders may not drive while using any telecommunications devices, such as a cell phone, unless the device is being used to call 911 to report an emergency.
Directions given by traffic officers take precedence over signs, signals, and pavement markings. People authorized to direct traffic include police officers, fire police, highway work area flag persons, and school crossing persons.
When you drive, make sure each person in your vehicle wears a seat belt. In the event of a crash, a person without a seat belt becomes a flying object and a danger to each person in the vehicle.
When driving near heavy trucks, other drivers and highway users must make allowances for the increased stopping distance required by the large vehicles. Drivers of smaller vehicles should remain in locations where they can be seen by the driver of the large vehicle and where their view of traffic is not blocked by the vehicle.
Many crashes are caused by drivers who are driving too fast for conditions. Always drive within the legal speed limits and decrease your speed any time conditions are less than perfect.
Passing on a two-lane, two-way road requires good judgment because you must use the lane belonging to oncoming traffic to complete your pass. Only pass if you may safely and legally do so.
If a steady yellow light appears when you are already within an intersection, you should continue through the intersection carefully.
When changing lanes, it is important to check your blind spots. Do this by looking over your shoulder toward the next lane. Do not rely only on your mirrors.
You should always reduce your speed and use extra caution when children are in the vicinity. They may fail to understand the danger and may run out in front of you without looking.
Each time you pass another vehicle, there is an increased chance for a collision. If you are moving faster than surrounding traffic, you will have to continue passing others. Drive with the flow of traffic, within the legal speed limit, and pass only as needed.
When entering a roadway from a driveway or private road, you must yield the right-of-way to pedestrians and traffic on the roadway.
Drivers are required to have proper liability insurance when operating a motor vehicle. The state minimum requires drivers to have a minimum of $25,000 of coverage for the injury or death of one individual, $50,000 of coverage for the injury or death of two individuals, and $25,000 of coverage for property damage. This insurance is also known as 25/50/10 liability insurance.
Decrease your speed as you approach an intersection with a yield sign. Prepare to stop and yield the right-of-way to vehicles and pedestrians in the intersection or crossroad. You must come to a full stop at a yield sign if traffic conditions require it.
Warning signs prepare drivers for upcoming road conditions and hazards and are usually yellow with black markings. This sign tells drivers to be aware of shifting lanes and to follow the new lane trajectory.
When turning left at a traffic signal, you must yield the right-of-way to pedestrians and oncoming traffic.
When approaching a railroad crossing, you must stop your vehicle no closer than 15 feet from the nearest rail if an installed electric or mechanical signal is giving warning of an approaching train. Be aware of other warning signs that may indicate an oncoming train, including seeing a lowered crossing gate or hearing an oncoming train.
This sign indicates that a roundabout is ahead. Enter a roundabout at a low speed and yield to existing traffic.
A triangular red and white yield sign means that you must decrease speed as you approach an intersection and yield the right-of-way to any vehicles or pedestrians in the intersection. You must be prepared to stop if conditions require it.
When the driver behind you wants to pass, you should slow down so that there is enough room in front of your vehicle for the other driver to complete their pass. This will allow them to complete the passing maneuver in less time and more easily.
This sign warns that a road has one-way traffic and you must not enter from your current direction.
When two vehicles arrive to an uncontrolled intersection at the same time, the vehicle on the right has the right-of-way. Once the vehicle on the right has safely passed through the intersection, the other driver may proceed.
A regulatory sign displaying a red circle with a red slash through the middle indicates that a specific action is prohibited. U-turns are not permitted where this sign is posted.
Arrows may be used to indicate which lanes should be used for specific purposes, such as driving straight or making a turn.
"No zones" are the large blind spots around trucks and other large vehicles. Drivers of smaller vehicles should avoid lingering in "No zones."
Keeping a safe following distance will enable you to react to an upcoming problem without the need for a emergency stop, which could cause a driver behind you to crash into the back of your vehicle.
A yield sign means that you must slow down and yield the right-of-way to traffic in the intersection or roadway you are entering.
This sign indicates that right turns are prohibited. Do not make a right turn at an intersection where this sign is posted.
Regulation signs regulate traffic speed and movement, displaying rules which drivers must obey. This regulation sign is posted in parking lots, designating reserved parking spaces for vehicles with a handicap sticker, tag, or license.
Only the passage of time will allow a person to overcome the influence of alcohol.
Two solid yellow lines down the center of a two-way road mean that neither lane of traffic may cross the lines, unless they are turning off of the roadway. A driver can cross double yellow lines when turning into or out of a driveway or entrance to a business. No passing is allowed over a solid yellow line.
Warning signs are usually diamond-shaped with black markings on a yellow background. They alert drivers to upcoming hazards. This warning sign indicates that drivers are about to encounter a divided highway.
Even the smallest amount of alcohol will reduce your concentration, perception, judgment and memory, and your driving skills will suffer. No one can drink and drive safely.
It is important to stay alert on highways and be ready to react to unexpected hazards. To avoid "highway hypnosis," you should avoid looking at any one thing for more than a few seconds.
White lines separate traffic lanes traveling in the same direction. You may cross broken white lines to pass, as long as the passing lane is clear.
Drugs (including illegal, prescription, and over-the-counter medications) can affect your brain function and impair your ability to drive safely. Combining alcohol with other drugs will increase the risk of a crash.
Warning signs are used to warn drivers about upcoming hazardous conditions and are usually yellow with black markings. This sign warns drivers that the road ahead curves to the right and then to the left.
Blind spots are areas that a driver cannot see without moving their head. They can be located to the sides of and behind a 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.
High speeds greatly increase stopping distances and severity of crashes. The faster you drive, the greater the impact or striking power of your vehicle, should you be involved in a collision.
A red traffic light means that you must stop before entering the intersection. You must at any stop line and before entering any crosswalk.
Indiana uses a point value system to discourage traffic violations. Points assessed against your license will remain on your driver record for two years from the date of the conviction.
You should never start a left turn until you can see that all the lanes you need to cross are clear and that you can safely make the turn.
This sign indicates a low ground railroad crossing. Where this sign is present, railroad tracks cross the road at a steep slope and the bottom of low vehicles may drag or get caught on the tracks.
If you look into the headlights of an oncoming vehicle, the pupil of your eye will contract. After the oncoming vehicle has passed, there will be an interval of time during which the pupil must readjust to the less intense light. During this recovery period, you are virtually driving blind.
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.
This sign indicates that the road ahead will turn sharply to the right and then to the left.
Warning signs are usually diamond-shaped with black markings on a yellow background. They alert drivers to upcoming hazards. This sign indicates that the divided highway is about to end.
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