Texas CAR DMV Practice Test 1
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The more distance between your vehicle and others, the more time you will have to react if another driver makes a mistake. Keep a minimum following distance of two seconds when driving slower than 30 mph, under normal conditions.
Warning signs are usually diamond-shaped with black markings on a yellow background. They alert drivers to upcoming hazards. This sign warns drivers that the right lane is ending or that the road is narrowing ahead.
Before leaving the scene of an accident, everyone involved should provide their name, address, registration information, and insurance information to the other drivers. If anyone has been injured in the accident, reasonable assistance should be provided.
Warning signs prepare drivers for upcoming road conditions and hazards and are usually yellow with black markings. This sign tells drivers to be cautious when driving under conditions that may cause the roadway to become wet and slippery.
If your wheels drop off the pavement and onto a low shoulder, you should reduce your speed without braking and very carefully turn back onto the pavement. Be aware of any nearby traffic when re-entering the road.
An octagonal shape is used only for stop signs. All eight-sided signs tell drivers to come to a complete stop before proceeding.
You should use low beam headlights when driving in fog, rain, or snow.
If you miss your turn or exit, do not back up or try to turn around on the highway. Go to the next exit and safely turn around.
If you follow too closely and the vehicle in front of you slows or stops suddenly, you may not have enough time to avoid a collision.
Your turn signals should always be used when you make any movement to the left or right. You should use your signal when pulling into traffic from a curbside parking space, moving into a new lane, or passing another vehicle.
Defensive driving is using safe driving strategies to prevent crashes. Defensive drivers should constantly be aware of their surroundings, be alert to trouble, and have plans of action prepared in case problems arise.
Traffic signals are placed at intersections to keep traffic moving and to help prevent crashes. Drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists must obey these signals, except in instances when an officer is directing traffic.
This sign indicates that right turns are prohibited. Do not make a right turn at an intersection where this sign is posted.
If a tire blows out while you are driving, hold the steering wheel tightly and keep the car headed straight down the road. Ease your foot off the gas pedal and do not apply the brakes until you have complete control. When the car is under control, brake gently and pull off the road at the nearest safe location.
You should slow down and activate your right turn signal before making a right turn. Be careful not to turn too wide for your lane, as this may interfere with other vehicles.
At night, your field of vision is reduced. To make sure you are able to react to hazards on the roadway, always use appropriate headlights. Drive slowly enough that you are able to stop within the distance that you can see ahead.
Shared lanes are intended for use by bicyclists. They assist bicyclists with lateral position in lanes too narrow for a motor vehicle and a bicycle to travel side by side within the same traffic lane. Shared lanes also alert road users to the location bicyclists are likely to occupy.
Railroad crossings are always dangerous. Drivers should always look and listen for trains approaching from either direction on all railroad tracks. Always follow the directions indicated by signs, signals, and flaggers. Never proceed past a railroad crossing until you are certain it is safe to do so.
The more distance between your vehicle and others, the more time you will have to react if another driver makes a mistake. Keep a minimum following distance of four seconds when driving faster than 30 mph, under normal conditions.
The only way to avoid the risks of drinking and driving is to decide before you start drinking that you are not going to drive. Because alcohol affects your judgement, it will be harder for you to make safe decisions after you have started drinking.
You should never drive around lowered crossing gates. Always look both ways before turning across train tracks and always obey signs and traffic signals. Trains share the road with motor vehicles and bicyclists.
You should allow more space in front of your vehicle than usual when you are stopped on an uphill slope. If the vehicle in front of you rolls backward toward your vehicle when traffic begins to move again, it is less likely that there will be a collision.
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.
This sign indicates the presence of a pedestrian crossing. Drivers should be cautious when driving where pedestrians may be present.
Before changing lanes, check your side and rearview mirrors for traffic approaching you from behind. Just before you begin moving into the other lane, quickly glance over your shoulder and check for any vehicles that may be in your blind spot.
To avoid road rage, it is a good idea to plan ahead and allow extra time for unexpected things to go wrong on your trip. If you are trapped in traffic congestion, just relax and listen to some music you enjoy. Always drive friendly.
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.
You should turn your head to check your blind spots before every lane change.
Drivers may not park within 20 feet of a fire station's entrance when on the same side of the roadway or within 75 feet of the entrance when on the opposite side of the roadway. An improperly parked vehicle may cause a crash.
When driving in an alley, the speed limit is 15 miles per hour. If a different speed limit is posted, follow the posted speed limit.
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