Washington CAR DMV Practice Test 1
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This sign warns of the presence of workers on or near the roadway. Use extra caution when driving in work zones.
If a traffic light at an intersection is not functioning due to a power outage, yield to other drivers in the same manner as you would when approaching a four-way stop. When it is your turn, proceed through the intersection with caution.
If you miss your turn or exit, do not back up, but go on to the next turn or exit where you can safely turn around. It is illegal to back up on a shoulder or a freeway.
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.
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.
Do not drive in someone else’s blind spot. Move forward or drop back so that the other driver can see you.
When driving near a blind pedestrian who is carrying a white cane or walking with a guide dog, you must slow down, yield the right-of-way, and then proceed with caution. Be prepared to stop your vehicle in order to prevent injury or danger to the pedestrian.
Marijuana-infused food can affect a consumer at a much slower rate than marijuana that is smoked. Smoking marijuana can damage a consumer's lungs. Ingesting marijuana in any form can negatively affect a driver's ability to operate a motor vehicle.
In snowy weather, keep your windshield and mirrors clear. Increase your following distance when driving in wet and cold weather because a slippery road surface will increase the distance needed for your vehicle to stop.
It is against the law in Washington State to use a hand-held cell phone while driving. This law is not intended to encourage hands-free cell phone use. If a driver must talk on the phone, it is recommended that they leave the roadway and make the phone call after their vehicle is safely stopped.
Warning signs that indicate approaching hazards are usually yellow with black lettering or symbols. Warning signs in work zones are orange with black lettering or symbols.
Yield the right-of-way to any approaching emergency vehicle that is using its flashing lights or siren, regardless of its direction of travel. You must immediately drive to the right side of the road and stop until the emergency vehicle has passed. If you are within an intersection, pass through the intersection before coming to a stop on the right side of the road.
When you park on a downward-facing slope, turn your wheels sharply toward the side of the road. This way, if your vehicle starts to roll downhill, it will roll away from traffic.
When driving to an unfamiliar area, plan your trip in advance. Don’t start with only a hazy idea of where you are going. If your destination is in an unfamiliar area, check the location on a map before you start to drive.
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.
Slow down and be prepared to stop whenever you see pedestrians walking on or crossing the roadway. Be particularly careful where children are present. Always yield the right-of-way to a pedestrian crossing in a crosswalk.
Driving at night is more dangerous than driving during the day for several reasons. It is harder to see in the dark, you may be temporarily blinded by the glare from other vehicles' lights, and there are likely to be more drivers on the road who are tired or under the influence.
Reduce your speed when roads are snow-covered or icy. Doing this and increasing your following distance are the most important techniques for avoiding crashes under snowy or icy conditions.
You should not use cruise control on snow, in rain, in fog, or under similar hazardous conditions. Winter is the most difficult driving season and requires extra caution from drivers. It is important to consistently check your antifreeze and windshield washer fluid levels. Using snow tires can increase a vehicle's traction on the surface of slippery roads.
Washington's Child Restraint Law requires children who are under the age of eight and shorter than 4 feet, 9 inches tall to be fasted into a child safety restraint when being transported in a motor vehicle. They should not be allowed to use a seat belt until they can safely do so.
When passing another vehicle on a two-lane roadway, you must return to the right side of the roadway when there is enough room between you and the vehicle you have passed.
When using a freeway exit ramp, do not slow down until you move onto the exit ramp.
Washington State has an implied consent law, which means that by operating a motor vehicle in the state, you have given your consent to take a breath test determining your blood alcohol content (BAC). You will lose your license for at least one year if you refuse to take such a test.
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 an aggressive driver cuts you off on the roadway, stay calm and get out of their way. Trying to get even with an aggressive driver risks escalating the situation and increasing the danger.
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