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Unformatted text preview: Alabama Driver’s Manual Test W—Iw :' 7‘ " “x _This test is a major portion of your grade. Read 4.4‘1Il a tire blows out. the driver should: {Page all the questions and answers carefully. “111cm, 51} circle the letter that best answers the question. _ When you are finished. check to ensure you a. Simtch off the ignition have answered every question. .% Hold tightly to the steering wheel 1'. When following a motorcyclist you should: - (Page 12} c. Brake hard {:fih‘fiollow at a distance given any other 5. Should the headlights fail completely, the driver should first: (Page 52} ‘E—wehicle b. Incruaso your following distance a. PU“ Oil the road c. Decrease your following distance D. Drive to a SBMCG station 1.“. A 3......“- ...own and try to keep the car or the pavement until spaed is reduced ...___._1i__ 2 i I 2. if you change your address. you must notify the Driver License Division: (Page 6) $Wflfiifl'30 days 6. To pull out of a skid. a driver should: ' * (Page 49) b. When your license is renewed -- a. Press the brake pedal to the floor . 0. Within 1 year _ l . Turn the steering wheel in the direction ' =1 , 3. if you are driving in a wide lane and a i that the rear of the car is skidding motorcyclist is riding 'lar to one side. you _ should: (page 13} l c. Not turn the steering wheel in either direction a. Move into the same lane alongSide the ., , . . motorcycle . J) Drivers heanng a siren or seeing the ' flashing red or blue lights of an emergency @over move into the same lane vehicle must pull over to the: (Pass 42} alongside the motorcycle c. Blow your horn and pull alongside tho motorcycle .r. I- rb or side of the road c. Must reduce speed . When making a right turn on a red: signal light: (Page 44) (be a. The vehicle has the right of way .7 €®he oedestrian has the right of way on must continue turning without stopping - 41‘ y 9. Glare from oncoming headlights can be «I reduced by: (Page 48) 7i." lf’hlrecting your vision to the right edge -\ :of the pavement b. Stare at the center line of the road ‘Zthlow down while your eyes adjust 10. Failure to stop, render aid. or identify yourself in the event of an accident when personal injury is involved can resuit in the: (Page 5,) fl @Revocafion of your drivers license M u. Denial of the renewal rat-your ficense ~ c. An additional 6 points being placed against your driving record /‘l 11. If you see a car coming toward you in /- your iane. you should: (Page 52) 3. Pull to the left and increase speed ‘7 @Pull to the right and slow down c. Slow down and turn into the lelt lane (“-v 12. Good posture at the steering wheel is‘ important because: (Page 9) ' hm it results in better vision b. It allows you to grip the steering wheel tightly c. it enables you to drive with one hand on the steering wheel 13. Your driver license may be suspended ii: (Page 8) $3??? accumulate 8 points on your \driving record b. You are a competent motor vehicle operator @ou are convicted of racing on the ighway " 1:. ‘J‘man parking headed downhill, you 6:} should turn the front wheels: (Page 13} a. Suaight ahead 15>b. To the curb or road shoulder V way tram the curb 15. if you miss yOur intended freeway em you should: (Page 55) 7.‘rcceed to the next exit b. Back your vehicle with emergency signal lights flashing c. Stop your vehicle and attempt to turn around 15, in hydroplaning: (Page 50) l 20. Alcohol is a: (Page 19) 0 ’7‘The tire rides up on a film of fit her a. ggmggstwlt increases the reflexes and gepressant- It slows normal reflexes see c. Protein b. The tire travels on a levei plane c. Friction is reduced about 50 percent 17. In transporting school children. the DEATH zone is: (Page 53) i c; an) 21._ln dense g, the driver should: (Page 50) a. The route the bus travels ' '\ prep the headlights on low beam and Q The area around the stopped school sureduoe speed bus . - ‘ rive at variable speed. use high o. All railroad crossings eams, prepare to stop quickly c. Drive at a constant speed. alternate use of high and low beams. drive partly on the shoulder 18. A simple precaution in avoiding carbon monoxide poisoning is: (Page 51) a Idle the motor with all the windows closed tightly EWarm- up your motor in a closed garage r‘\ a c. Check your exhaust system regularly to prevent leaks V 22 One of the reasons that its ewe age are the safest of all roads Is that there IS an absence of: (Page 53) _, a. Cross traffic , .. ' .. _ to. Metorcyctes 19. :l'lrrrplied‘COneent'.‘ means: (Page 19) .%a. “then a'driver operates a motor vehicle a public highway. it' rs deemed he \whas given consent to the chemical test \ if suspected of driving under the "‘ influence. c. Fast-moving cars 23. Alabama's basic speed rule provides: (Page 41) a, You may drive at the maximum speed . under any condition brlmplies that he is qualified to drive any type motor vehicle upon a public highway 3- .‘tt3 rnplies he witl not drink and drive upon ‘v' *a highway of this state ‘ You may drive 55 m.p.h. in all urban \- districts c peed must be reasonable under xisting conditions Manual Test - Page 3 24. Accident records show the greatest percentage of highway crashes are caused by: (Page 17) a. Atcohol b. Vehicle detects wove 1'. error U 25. When parking on an upgrade on a two-way street where there is no curb, leave your front wheels: (Page 14) '- ,? @Turned to the right 1‘; ‘? b- Turned siightly to the left I c. Facing straight ahead. 26. The diagram below indicates a car I‘\ entering the freeway. Which one of the (‘1 ) procedures should he follow? {Page 53) J a @ncrease his speed in the acceleration ' lane to match that of other vehicles in thru lanes @Moveslowiy into the lane of traffic c. Immediately drive into the traffic lane. as other traffic will move over for him 27. For maximum efiecsiveness. a seat beit should: (Page 17) 2% .6 drawn snugly across the @ b. Frt snugly across the abdomen c. Fit loosely over the waist 28, A stop sign means: (Page 26}. a Slow down to 5 miles per hour b. Proceed cautiously it there is no traffic within a block @ome to a complete stop 29. The formula now used in following another vehicle is: {Page 21) flme Moesecond rule b; Two car lengths for every ten miles of travel c. One car iength for every twenty miles of travel 30. Hear and collisions are the most common type of accident. They are caused by: (Page 21) a. High speed b; improper brakes- JigFollowing too close 31. If your right wheels get off the pavement on the @shoulder of the road. you should: (Page 52) a. Make an emergency stop .3 Stay on the shoulder. slow your speed, then return to the pavement c. Turn the steering wheel quickly to get back on the pavement N'nnllnl Tnu - Pam- £1 f 32 if our car plunges into deep water. but does not sink. you should IMMEDIATELY: (page 52) a. Open the door and summon help @et into the air area breath deeply, and wait for the car to settle 1%wa through a window 33. The diagram below shows vehicte #1 and #2 making a proper turn. One of the following answers is correct: (Page 111'}; ‘7; a.- vehicte #1, is turning from acne-way street to a Mo-way’street .Vehicle #2” is turning from a one-way to a one-way street c. Vehicle #1 is turning from a two-way to a one-way street 34 The distance required to stop your car is important in determining: (Page*22) —> safe driving speed b. A faster method of passing other vehicies . c. Your signalling ability to other vehicles (.5/ ' 35. When railroad gates are down: {Page 24} a. Drive around the gates /,,'x-b-. Cr‘oss the tracks at a slow speed s : f fits}; in place until the gates are raised 36‘. driver involved in an accident is required to file an accident report with the Department of Public Safety when: (Page 23} W i a. No investigation of an accident is made ‘. b. When there is personal injury or ‘ damage to any vehicle or other property in the amount of $250.00 or more I c. You do not have liability insurance on | your vehicle I 37. The best precaution to take when driving "‘“ijth limited visibility is to: (Page 50} ' >23. Reduce speed ' ,3 . _>§5){ry hydroplaning ' K ' c. increase speed ! 38. The stated minimum distance for l signalling prior to a turn is: (Page 10'} P @At least 100 feet b. At least 60 feet ‘ [ c. At least 25 feet 39. The regulatory sign to indicate speed limit is: {Page 28) a. Triangular in shape ' ‘ b. Circular in shape r>®=lectangular in shape 'll ..... l Tat-l Dnn- K flo. In leaving a parallel parking space. the t driver should: {Page 10) flock in the reawiew mirror and over his shoulder b. Use only the reanriew mirror 0. Look over his shoulder only 41. The effect of mixing a drug and alcohol is: (Page 21) a reater than alcohol or drug used alone b. Equal to the one which has the most serious effect :2. Equal to the average effect at the two 42. While under the stress of strong emotion, it is best: (Page 17) a. To let someone else drive in. To drive with a friend ..> “.Etot to think of other drivers 43-. wnenparking on an upgrade with a curb: {Page 14) 3. Turn the front edge of your front wheels to the curb b. Turn the back edge of your front wheels to the curb % Wee: your front wheels parallel to the our 44. State law requires headlights be turned on: (Page 46) ' . a; One-hall hour after sunset to one~half hour before sunrise or when you cannot see clearly for 500 feet. to. Only when you cannot see clearly far 500 feet c. Only at night 45. When a driver's hand and arm are extended downward. he is signalling to: (Page 46) filer.) or slow down I). Turn right c. Turn left 46. If you must change lanes to pass or leave the freeway. you should FIRST: {Page 53) ' ' Check traffic carefully and signal well in advance of your move b. Pass on either the right or left lane by increasing your speed c. increase your speed when exiting to clear traffic 47. A person carrying a white cane tipped with red usually means: (Page 44) a. The person is too old to walk without a cane b. The person is deaf 5,77 The person is blind Manual Test - Page 6 @ Il'r 43. When passing a car on a two-lane l 52. When entering a freeway: (Page 53) highway, you should: (Page 43) ‘ - ' ajEnter the acceleration lane and a at return to the right lane until you ' increase your speed to match the vehicle see the vehicle you have iust passed in the thru lanes in your rearview mirror b. Move slowly into the lane of traffic b. Blow your horn and pass on the right c. Drive into a traffic lane immediately. c. Return to your lane immediately and because other traffic will move over fer slow down. YOU 49. If a driver approaches a school bus 53. Alabama law states all automobiles must displaying flashing red lights with an have: (Page 56) extended stop signal arm. he must: {Page 42) a. A parking brake only C? Stop only if he is behind the bus I b. Alreguiar foot brake only b. Stop only if he is meeting the bus _ "FA regular foot brake and a parking brake __ @Stcp regardless of his direction of travel cowl-t i ' 54. A skipped yellow center line dividing a 50. When following another vehicle at night 1 two-lane road means: (Page 36) C l W you shouid: (Page 47) i .. . Y m I ail“>515fi'iassing permitted 4? % Follow no closer than 500 feet l .b. Passing not permitted l l ‘ to. Pat on your emergency flashers c. Passing prohibited in both directions c. Dim your headlights if you are within 200 feet of the vehicle ahead ; 55. A flashing circular redo-attic light means: _ l (Page 37) 51. What is the safest way to stop on ice? ,-.f_ (Page 49) asthma same as a stop sign fi.Take your foot off the acceierator i in. The same as a yield sign b. Appiy hard, steady brake pressure ‘ c. The same as a flashing yellow traffic _ light ‘ c. Apply the brakes gently Manual Test — Page 7 If ‘ Kl // w /" so. A green arrow pointing right used wath a 50. The diagram below shows the drwer of a red signal light means: (Page 38) car signalling to make a: {Page-46 a. Left turn - @eight rum ,- Q Stop or slow down ose turning right can proceed in the dirggzfion ofth arrow a 61. This sign pictured below means: JFK—’14 $zq M01" MVfi OLA“ ' 57. What is your FIRST obligation in case on are invot ed in an accident? {Page 231°?" ”34““!- "*1 a ("ll q are?“ “7514‘“?— HULL c?" w l M°\@ll WMWW ~7an5top at once and aid all injured persons a. All motorists must stop ‘- -t:I. Those going right must stop and then turn at?) M $J’I‘I ”If?“ Jé. a. Th'ere is a one-lane bridge ahead b. There is a stop sign ahead ®There is a yield sign ahead 13. Report to the State Troopers ' 62. This sign pictured below means: c. Get the names of the witnesses a._Flailroad crossing ahead 58. When making a left turn at an intersection or a drivewa ou must: age Road crosses the hi hwa “Turf: (WI sytryfl mug Lats-1799 rats afl‘mfl“ + ahead 9 y mm \a Yield right of way to vehicles approaching from the rear c. Construction ahead, slew your speed '*a_ :52 Yield right of way to vehicles “-9" approsching fro the opposite direction 63. This Sign pictured below means: c. Continue your turn as other vehicles @Cunre to the right approaching from the Opposite direction will yield right of way ' D. Hill to the right 59. This sign pictured below means: c. Sharp turn to the right The a You must not make a left 54. This sign pictured below means: " turn at this intersection a. Construction b. You must not make a I g U-turn at this intersection {as chool Warning c. One way street to the left c. Pedestrian 55. This Sign pictured below means: 7'0. This Sign pietured 'celcw means: a. Red light ahead c. Stop sign ahead ‘You must yield to pedestrians hi You must yield to school children in the crosswalk c. Flagman ahead. yield and slow down 66. This sign pictured below means: @ou are reminded you are | on a Mosway road ahead b. You are reminded to c. There is a yield ahead reduce your speed T2 This sign pictured below means: i i c. You will be merging with other traffic ; travelling in the same direction x" ' a. Slippery when wet . x 3 't, 0 Divided highway ahead c. Narrow bridge ‘81 This sign pictured below means: a. Slow down, dip in the road ‘ 23. Narrow bridge ahead ‘ 7’3. This sign pictured teloiv means: , ' Goad aheadis slippery when wet. slow down c. The road ahead angles to I the insude. stow your speed 68. This sign pictured heicw means: “Pi" L, We passing_zdne ’ c. You must not drive on the highway in. Yield right of way when it is wet b. Road ahead is slipped/tail the time. slow down (2. Construction i 74. This sign pictured below means; 69. This sign pictured below means: a. Side road enters a cu must not make a left ' rn at this intersection Number of highway lanes 5 ahead change I b. You must not make a U-turn . c. Detour 75. This sign pictured below means: a. Yield right of way 1:. Railroad pressing o Stop ai‘i‘h 5 Sign pictured below means: / a. Merging traffic 1:. Four lane ahead CE) Two way travel reminder 77. This sign pictured below means: ‘ Sharp turn to the right, 1 ' then sharp turn to the left . r b. Winding road @ntersecaon to the right. ‘*-’ then intersection to the left 78. This sign pictured below means: ‘Gide road enters highway ahead at an angle b. Exit ramp to a freeway o. Another road crosses the highway ahead 79. The diagram below shows the driver of a car signalling to make a: (Page 46} 'a. Right turn if" U; 80. This Sign pictured below means: @Gradual curve to me right then curve tott‘ e left Winding road c. Sharp turn to the right ' 81. This sign pictured below means: a. The street has no outlets in. Pavement ends Reminder to merge into adjacent lane 82. This sign pictured below means: (\agiYou must not drive to the left of this Sign is. You must not drive to :he rignt of this Sign c. You are entering a oneeway street 33. This sign piCtUred below means: a. Slippery when wet livided highway ends c. ‘Mnding road ahead 84. The diagram below shows the driver of a l ‘I oar signalling to make a: (Page 45} 3. Left turn 85. This sign pictured below means: 86. This sign pictured below means: . a. Stop J I . g i QYOU must yield right of way c- Warning 8?. This Sign pictured below means: («J’- ‘here is a railroad crossing ahead. Slow down and be prepared to stop b. There is a cross road ahead. Be prepared to stop 3 c. You Er“ approaching an intersection. _ : Reduce speed and be prepared to stop 1 '38. This sign pictured below means: a. Stop . b. Warning {:33 Railroad warning 89. This sign pictured below means: a.Yieid_ ahead in Slow moving vehicle :2. No passing zone .There is a stop sign ahead -' > b. There is a red light ahead c. There is a yield sign ahead b. ISIow moving vehicle c. Warning ; 91. Applicants must provide which means of identification to the examiner? (Page 3) a. Driver license from another state. b. Armed forces ID. card iftfi©3irtn certificate (15 years and under} y of the above. 92. Parking is permitted . (Page 14) a. In front of a driveway in. Within 15 feet of a fire hydrant. Fifi On the right side of the road not Kprohibited by a sign or a yellow line. ; 93. To prevent "highway,r hypnosis" a driver should: (Page 18) .top every 100 miles or two hours. b. Open a Window and drink coilee. c. Play loud to 94. The two-second rule applies {Page 22) a. In all circumstances. \b. Only on good roads and in good weather conditions. c. Only on the highways. 95. if two vehicles arrive at a four-way stop at about the same time which vehicle has the right-of-way‘? {Page 43) A? a. Neither vehicle has the right-of-way. (fit The vehicle on the leit shat] yieid to the k5 l \4’ vehicle on the right. fl A "W H 5(2)“ @‘l amR filerflolml azfik 5—... c- The vehicle on theright shat! yield to ’ the vehicle on the left. 98. Only vehicles on necessary official business are permitted to foilow within feet of emergency vehicles on an emergency run. (Page 45) .500 b. 2.500 c. It is unlawful to follow an emergency vehicle. KKK 9‘35”“ 3am {Pun meme/tax“ 97. Stopping distance on snow or ice is increased as compared to stopping on dry pavements. (Page 49) a. two times . Cl.) three to twelve times (3.. twenty times i 98 To make a proper left turn on a tour-lane highway you must {Page 10) a. Start in the right lane and end in the :sine nearest the center lane. .Stert in the left lane and end in the lane closest to the side of the road. Start in the left lane and end in the lane closest to the center lane. 99. Of all the safety equipment installed. which device has the greatest potential for saving lives? (Page 16) a. Head-rests properly raised for the driver. @, Safety belts. c. Safetyr glass. 100. Which statement is true concerning railroad crossings? (Page 24) a. lithe gates are down, stay in place and do not cross the tracks until they are raised. .- ll vehicles must stop at railroad crossings regardless of the position ...
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