Tennessee CAR DMV Practice Test 22
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A truck's blind spots are much larger than a smaller car’s blind spots. The driver cannot see your car behind their vehicle and you can't see what’s happening in traffic ahead if you're driving too closely behind the truck. Whether you are driving behind or to the side of the truck, if you can’t see the driver’s face in their side view mirror, then they can’t see you.
It is illegal to make a U-turn in any location where you cannot clearly see potential traffic for at least 500 feet in both directions.
While driving, you should remain aware of the actions of surrounding drivers. If you notice an aggressive driver nearby making erratic or improper lane changes, you should not challenge them. The safest way to handle an aggressive driver is to get out of their way.
Factors affecting a person's absorption of alcohol include the person's weight, their biological sex, the amount of food in their digestive tract, and the number of alcoholic beverages they have consumed. The only thing to do to remove alcohol from a person's system is to wait.
If multiple vehicles arrive at the same time to an intersection that is not controlled by signs or signals, the driver on the right has the right-of-way. Drivers should then proceed in the order that they arrive to the intersection.
If your vehicle has a two-part seat belt system, be sure to wear both the lap belt and the shoulder belt. Wearing either part alone greatly reduces your protection. If you have an automatic shoulder belt, be sure to buckle your lap belt as well.
Warning signs are usually yellow with black markings. They alert you to conditions that are immediately ahead. This sign warns that you are leaving a separated one-way highway and will soon be driving on a two-way highway.
This sign indicates that U-turns are prohibited. You may see a sign like this at an intersection that commonly has oncoming traffic.
This is an example of a lane control sign. It indicates that you must move in the direction indicated by the arrow (in this case, to the left).
Before beginning a right turn, use the appropriate signal to give surrounding drivers adequate notice of your intentions. Slow down and approach the intersection from the right lane, staying as close as is practical to the right curb or edge of the roadway.
At an intersection where traffic is not controlled by traffic signal lights, drivers are required to yield the right-of-way to pedestrians within any crosswalk, marked or unmarked. Even if there is no crosswalk, yield to the pedestrian.
To do your part to prevent road rage, you should follow laws, signs, signals, and pavement markings. Always signal your intention when changing lanes.
A flashing red traffic light means the same thing as a stop sign. You must come to a complete stop, yield to other traffic and pedestrians, and then proceed when it safe to do so.
Driving with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08 percent is always illegal in Tennessee. Drivers under age 21 will face stiff penalties for having a BAC as low as 0.02 percent. It is possible to be convicted of driving under the influence even if your BAC is below the legal limit.
Before changing lanes, you should check your side mirrors and look over your shoulder to make sure it is safe to proceed.
If your residential address changes (even if you have not actually moved), you must notify the Department within 10 days.
Yellow lane markings indicate a separation of lanes where traffic is traveling in opposite directions. When you see double solid yellow lane markings, passing is prohibited from both directions.
Even if your vehicle is properly equipped with mirrors, there are blind spots that cannot be seen by using the mirrors. Before changing lanes, look over your shoulder to check these areas.
A double yellow centerline means that it is prohibited for traffic from either direction to cross the centerline to pass.
Instructions given by police officers directing traffic always override posted traffic signals and signs. Follow the officer's instructions.
Use your low beam headlights when driving in foggy, snowy, or rainy conditions. Light from high beam headlights will reflect back, causing glare and making it even more difficult to see ahead.
Even if the signal is green, you must not enter an intersection unless you can get completely across before the light turns red. If you block the intersection, you can be cited.
When passing another vehicle that is traveling in the same direction as you, pass quickly to resume visibility. Return to your previous lane only when you can see both of the vehicle's headlights in your rearview mirror.
When approaching a pedestrian who is using a white cane or guide dog while crossing the street, you must stop until the person is well away from your path of travel. Always yield the right-of-way to blind pedestrians.
There are a number of locations where it is illegal for drivers to park their vehicles. Drivers may not park within 15 feet of a fire hydrant or within 50 feet of a railroad crossing.
Where this sign is posted, it is prohibited to make a right turn. It would be unsafe and unlawful to make a right turn at an intersection with this sign.
This sign warns of a dangerous downgrade or hill ahead. The hill may be very long or steep, or it may have sharp curves.
Warning signs are usually yellow with black markings. They alert you to conditions that are immediately ahead. This sign tells drivers to prepare to allow traffic to safely merge from the right.
Any time that you merge into city or highway traffic, you should wait for a gap in traffic large enough for your vehicle to get up to the speed of other traffic.
In Tennessee, several categories of vehicles must always stop at a railroad crossing. These include school and church buses (even if they are not carrying any passengers); taxis and other kinds of vehicles that transport passengers for hire; and vehicles transporting flammables, explosives, or other dangerous articles.
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