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What should you do if your car starts to skid?
If your car starts to skid, it's important to stay calm and avoid abrupt steering, braking, or accelerating. Instead, you want to go and ease off the gas or brakes to regain control.
Consider the purpose of one-way signs and their impact on traffic flow.
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What does a white rectangular sign with black lettering "ONE WAY" indicate?
A white rectangular sign with black lettering "ONE WAY" indicates that traffic flows in one direction only. It helps drivers understand the traffic pattern and follow the designated flow of vehicles on the road.
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When is it legal to drive faster than the posted speed limit?
Remember the "first come, first served" rule,
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At an intersection with a four-way stop, who goes first?
It's about safety and maintaining focus on driving.
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When can you legally use your cell phone while driving?
Using a cell phone while driving is dangerous and usually illegal unless you're using a hands-free device. Even then, it's important to limit its use to maintain focus on the road.
Think about the appropriate response to ensure safety and reduce the risk of accidents.
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What should you do if you are being tailgated by another vehicle?
Change lanes or adjust your speed to create more space. If you are being tailgated by another vehicle, it is best to create more space between your vehicle and the tailgating vehicle. You can do this by changing lanes if possible or adjusting your speed to encourage them to pass safely.
Think about the relationship between your speed, your stopping distance, and how far your headlights reach.
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What does "overdriving your headlights" mean?
Overdriving your headlights means you are unable to stop your vehicle within the illuminated area ahead. It is dangerous as it does not allow the driver enough time to respond to obstacles in the roadway.
These lanes are primarily for bicyclists, but there are certain instances where cars may need to cross them.
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When is it legal to drive in a bicycle lane?
You are only allowed to drive in a bicycle lane when you are about to make a right turn, and only within 200 feet of the intersection. Otherwise, these lanes are reserved for cyclists.
Think about the benefits and purposes of using traffic circles or roundabouts.
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What is the purpose of a traffic circle or roundabout?
The purpose of a traffic circle or roundabout is to prioritize the flow of traffic from multiple directions. It improves traffic efficiency, reduces the need for traffic signals, and promotes smoother and safer intersection navigation.
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What should you do if you are involved in a minor traffic collision and your vehicle is blocking the flow of traffic?
If you are involved in a minor traffic collision and your vehicle is blocking traffic but can be moved safely, you should move it out of the traveled roadway to avoid causing further disruptions or accidents.
Remember, penalties can involve fines, points, and even jail time.
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What is the penalty for not stopping for pedestrians in a crosswalk?
Failure to stop for pedestrians in a crosswalk results in a $200 fine, 2 points on your license, and can also include community service.
Think about the shape and color of the sign and its purpose.
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What does a red octagonal sign with white letters "STOP" indicate?
Come to a complete stop. A red octagonal sign with white letters "STOP" indicates that you must come to a complete stop at the designated stop line or before entering the intersection. You should yield the right-of-way to any vehicles or pedestrians in or approaching the intersection.
Consider the shape and color of the sign and its relevance to railroad crossings.
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What is the purpose of a yellow crossbuck sign at a railroad crossing?
A yellow crossbuck sign at a railroad crossing indicates the presence of a railroad crossing ahead. It serves as a warning for drivers to be cautious, yield to oncoming trains, and be prepared to stop if necessary.
Consider the needs of visibility and safety of other drivers.
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When should you turn on your high-beam headlights?
High-beam headlights allow for better visibility at greater distances, but they can blind other drivers if used inappropriately. Therefore, use them when there are no oncoming vehicles and the road is unlit.
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What is the correct procedure for making a right turn at a red light?
New Jersey law allows right turns on red after a full stop, unless otherwise posted, as long as you yield to pedestrians and other traffic.
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What does a ‘Slippery When Wet’ sign look like?
Consider the timing related to sunrise and sunset.
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Under what conditions must you use your headlights?
it's required to use your headlights from half an hour after sunset to half an hour before sunrise, and whenever visibility is 500 feet or less.
Think about the purpose of a school bus's red lights.
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When do you need to stop for a school bus?
The flashing red lights on a school bus indicate that children are either entering or exiting the bus. It is a legal requirement to stop in order to ensure their safety.
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How far must you park from a fire hydrant?
Consider the purpose of a crosswalk and the importance of keeping it clear.
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If an intersection has a stop sign, crosswalk, but no stop line, where should you
Consider the meaning of different line markings and their implications for passing.
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What does a solid yellow line alongside a broken yellow line on a roadway indicate?
A solid yellow line alongside a broken yellow line on a roadway indicates that passing is allowed, but only in the opposite direction of the solid line. Drivers traveling in the direction of the solid line should not attempt to pass.
Yellow generally means caution in traffic signals.
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What does a flashing yellow light at an intersection mean?
Flashing yellow lights at intersections are usually found in areas where the speed limit is significantly reduced or where there are more hazards than usual. You are expected to slow down and check carefully before proceeding.
Reflect on the purpose of speed limit signs and the information they provide.
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What is the purpose of a speed limit sign?
A speed limit sign indicates the maximum speed that drivers should travel under ideal conditions. It helps ensure the safety of all road users and promotes consistent traffic flow. Drivers should adjust their speed according to the posted speed limits and any specific conditions or hazards present on the road.
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What does a green arrow signal mean in a traffic light?
A green arrow in a traffic light indicates that you have the right to proceed in the direction shown by the arrow, given it is safe to do so.
Consider the meaning of different line markings and their implications for passing and lane usage.
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What does a solid white line on the right edge of the roadway indicate?
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A solid white line on the right edge of the roadway indicates that passing is not allowed. Drivers should stay within the lane and not cross the solid white line unless necessary for safety reasons, such as entering or exiting a driveway or making a right turn.
The priority is to allow the emergency vehicle to pass quickly and safely.
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If an emergency vehicle is approaching with its lights flashing, what should you do?
When an emergency vehicle is approaching with its lights flashing, you should pull over to the right and stop to allow it to pass.
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When two vehicles arrive at a 4-way stop at the same time, who has the right of way?
Think about maintaining safety in potentially hazardous conditions.
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How should you adjust your driving in construction zones?
In construction zones, it's important to slow down, obey all posted signs, and stay alert for unexpected hazards. These measures are necessary to ensure the safety of both drivers and construction workers.
The shoulder is not a regular lane.
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When is it permissible to drive on the shoulder to pass another vehicle?
Driving on the shoulder is illegal and unsafe. The shoulder is intended for emergency stops and breakdowns, not for passing other vehicles.
Think about how to alert the other driver while avoiding a collision.
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What should you do if a vehicle is approaching head-on in your lane?
If a vehicle is approaching head-on in your lane, you should reduce speed immediately, pull over to the right, and sound your horn to alert the other driver.
Think about what "yielding" means in terms of giving way.
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How should you behave in a "yield" situation?
A yield sign means that you must slow down or stop if necessary and only proceed when the way is clear and it's safe to do so.
Constant awareness of your surroundings is crucial for safe driving.
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How often should you check your mirrors while driving?
You should check your mirrors approximately every 15 seconds while driving. Regular mirror checks will help you stay aware of your surroundings and make safe driving decisions.
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