1. If two cars come to an intersection at the same time, the first person to drive forward is:
2. The right side mirror causes images to appear _____ than they are.
3. The left side mirror causes images to appear _____ .
4. Two solid yellow lines on a two-lane road means:
5. When backing your vehicle onto a street, it is important to be able to see:
6. The following statement(s) are true:
7. At a four way stop, you and another driver reach the intersection at the same time. Who should go first?
8. You are driving on a two lane highway (one lane each way), and there is a single yellow broken line. Can you pass?
9. When can you drive on the shoulder of the road to pass someone?
10. You should begin signaling for a turn or to change lanes:
1. Looking far ahead of the vehicle while you are moving allows you to:
2. Most crashes occur more frequently at this point on the roadway than any other:
3. The most difficult time of the day to see is:
4. When you stop at an intersection, you should:
5. The best way to check behind you when driving down the street is to:
6. If you need to stop because of an emergency, the first thing that you should do is:
7. These factors influence how fast you can drive:
8. If you are planning to slow down at a place where another driver would not expect it, you should:
9. When entering from a side ramp onto an interstate or expressway, you should start to look for a gap:
10. When curves or hills restrict your view and you want to pass another vehicle, assume that:
1. A minor driver under the age of 18 years old will be canceled when their point total reaches:
2. When a minor driver under the age of 18 years old is canceled they must:
3. What age does the zero tolerance law apply?
4. Under the zero tolerance law, driving privileges can be suspended at a BAC (blood alcohol concentration) of:
5. Drivers are suspended when their point total reaches zero:
6. When a driver's privileges are revoked the driver must:
7. If a driver does not pay their fine for a violation such as a speeding ticket:
8. If someone uses a fake driver's license or someone else's drivers license to buy alcohol and they are convicted of Unlawful Use of a License:
9. If a driver who is 17 years old has their driving privileges suspended they:
10. Drivers are suspended when their point total reaches:
1. The difference between talking with someone sitting in the car versus talking on a cell phone is:
2. Distracted driving behaviors include:
3. When you concentrate on something other than driving, like memorizing a list or talking on a cell phone:
4. When you send or read text messages while driving:
5. If you have a drink that is falling from its holder, it is best to grab it quickly before it hits your floor or the seat.
6. Most crashes caused by drowsy driving occur:
7. Common reasons for drowsy driving crashes are:
8. The following is considered an aggressive driving practice:
9. The following are considered safe driving practices:
10. When you are confronted by an aggressive driver, you should:
1. It can be dangerous to wear a seat belt because if your car starts on fire after a crash, you won't be able to get out of the car.
2. If you are in a car going 30 miles per hour and are in a crash not wearing your seat belt, the impact is the same as:
3. I don't need a seat belt because I have an airbag.
4. Your best defense against a bad driver or driver under the influence of alcohol or drugs on the road is:
5. In North Dakota, the law states that everyone under 18 years of age must wear a seat belt. The consequences for not doing so are:
6. Most car crashes occur on the interstate, so that's the only place that I need to wear a seat belt.
7. Being thrown from a vehicle in a crash increases your chance of being killed by:
8. A common excuse for not wearing a seat belt is that a person can't get out of the car if it starts on fire or goes into the water. How many crashes cause a car to start on fire or be submerged in water?
9. Your seat belt automatically adjusts to the person who is using it.
10. The following statement(s) is true about airbags:
1. Keep to the right as much as possible on narrow streets and at intersections?
2. Maintain at least three seconds behind other motorists, bicyclists, or motorcyclists when following them?
3. Provide appropriate distance when cutting back over after passing vehicles?
4. Yield to the driver on your right if you both arrive at a four way stop at the same time?
5. Drive at posted speed limits in construction zones?
6. Use vehicle turn signals for all turns and lane changes?
7. Use your horn sparingly around pedestrians, at night and around hospitals?
8. Avoid unnecessary use of high beam headlights?
9. Yield and move to the right for emergency vehicles?
10. Maintain slower speeds around roadway crashes?
1. Avoid returning inappropriate gestures?
2. Avoid challenging other drivers?
3. Try to get out of the way of aggressive drivers?
4. Focus on driving and avoid distracting activities like talking or texting on a cell phone, eating, or reading?
5. Refuse to drive when tired?
6. Park in only one space without taking over another space?
7. Refrain from parking in a disabled space if you are not disabled?
8. Carefully open your car door so it doesn't hit the one next to you?
9. Avoid stopping in the road to talk with a pedestrian or other driver?
10. Avoid playing loud music when driving?