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Drivers License

AZ Drivers License Stack #183022

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You are driving with a child and they refuse to wear their seatbelt. What do you do? The operator of a motor vehicle must require all passengers under the age of 16 years to comply.
Each front seat occupant of a motor vehicle must... Have the lap and shoulder belt properly adjusted and fastened while the vehicle is in motion.
Children should be in a car seat until... 80 pounds and four feet, nine inches tall.
A person shall not operate a motor vehicle on the highways in this state when transporting a child who is under ____ years of age unless that child is properly secured in a child passenger restraint. 5
Children under _____ years of age should never ride in the front seat of a car. 12
When sharing a lane with a bicycle, allow a minimum of _____ for clearance between you and the bicycle. 3 feet
What is the distance that you should follow a car in seconds? 3-6
What are blind spots? Areas on the left and right sides of your vehicle that are not visible in your mirror.
Can you rely on your mirrors alone to see other vehicles? No. Look over your shoulder to see if the way is clear.
You do not need to use your turn signals if there is nobody else on the road to see them. False. You must always signal your intentions.
How soon should you signal for your turn? A minimum of 4 seconds.
If you plan to turn just after an intersection. Should you signal before the intersection or when you are in the intersection? Do NOT signal until you are in the intersection (drivers in the intersection may pull out in front of you).
What are the 6 times that you should signal? 1. Changing lanes. 2. Turning at an intersection or into a driveway or alley. 3. Entering or leaving a freeway. 4. Pulling away from the curb. 5. Pulling over to the side of the road. 6. Slowing down or stopping suddenly
What is a roundabout? An intersection control device with traffic circulating around an island.
Who must yield at a roundabout? Approaching vehicles must yield to the traffic in the circle.
Who needs to yield, a car, a bicyclist or a pedestrian? Always yield to pedestrians and bicyclists that are crossing the road.
What side of the road do you use to pass a slower moving vehicle? Left
What is the only time that you can pass on the right? If another vehicle is making a left turn. (never pass to the left of a driver who has signaled a left turn).
Can you pass when approaching a curve? No.
What is the minimum distance from an intersection that you can pass? 100 feet
What is the minimum distance from a railroad crossing that you can pass? 100 feet
What is the minimum distance from a obstruction such as a bridge, tunnel or underpass that you can pass? 100 feet
When you park on a downhill grade, turn your wheels ____________ the curb and set your parking brake. Toward
If you park on an uphill grade, turn your wheels to the ______, let your car roll back until the right front wheel rests against the curb and stops. Set your parking brake. left
If you park on an uphill grade, and there is no curb, turn the wheels to the ______ so that the car will roll away from the center of the road in the event the brakes fail. Always set your parking brake. right
Is it legal to park on a sidewalk? No.
Is it legal to park in front of a private or public driveway? No.
Is it legal to park within the boundaries of an intersection? No.
Is it legal to park on a crosswalk or within 20 feet of a crosswalk at an intersection? No.
Is it legal to park on any freeway or interstate highway (except for an emergency)? No.
Is it legal to park in any area with signs prohibiting parking. No.
How far away must you park from a fire hydrant? 15 feet
How far away must you park from a railroad crossing? 50 feet
Is it legal to park on a bridge or within a tunnel? NO
Is it legal to park in a way that you create a hazard for other vehicles? NO
Can you cross a solid line? NO.
Does the driver entering a freeway or the drivers already on the freeway have the right of way? The drivers already on the freeway.
What should you do if you miss your highway exit? Exit at the next offramp. Never back up or stop on a freeway.
What lane is the slow lane on the freeway? right lane
What lane is the fast lane (passing lane) on a highway? left lane
If your car breaks down on the highway, you should walk for help? NO. Stay with the vehicle. Turn your emergency flashers on and open the hood to signal the need for help. At night turn your dome light on.
What do white diamonds mean? Carpool or special use lane.
What is a gore area? the area that you are not supposed to drive on that is a space between a through roadway and an entrance or exit ramp.
When approaching an intersection with an inoperative traffic control signal or no traffic lights, stop signs or yield signs, treat it as you would a _____________. 4-way stop
Who has the right of way at a 4-way stop? The car on the right.
Who has the right of way at a "T" intersection? The driver on the street which ends must yield the right-of-way to vehicles on the cross street.
You must yield the right-of-way to pedestrians crossing the street in any marked or unmarked crosswalk? YES
If the light turns green in an intersection and a pedestrian is still in the intersect, what should you do? Wait until the pedestrian has crossed the street before going.
In a school zone, if someone is in the cross walk, what should you do? The law requires vehicles to come to a complete stop at any school crossing when the crosswalk is occupied by any person.
When entering the street from a driveway or alley, you should... Stop before the sidewalk.
If you run a red light and cause an accident that results in life-threatening injuries to another driver or passenger, you may be fined up to _____ and your driving privilege may be suspended for _______ $500 and 3 months
If you cause an accident that results in the death of another driver or passenger, you may be fined up to _______ and your driving privilege may be suspended for _________. $1000 and 6 months
Whenever a police car, fire engine, ambulance or other emergency vehicle approaches using a siren, lights or other warning devices, you must... If safe, drive at once to the right side of the road and stop until the vehicle has passed
When approaching a police officer with a stopped vehicle... The “Move Over Law” requires that a motorist move to the LEFT and slow down.
Fire trucks traveling in response to a fire, can mot be followed any closer than ________. 500 feet
Police cars traveling in response to an emergency, can not be followed any closer than ________. 300 feet
Drivers must yield the right-of-way to any vehicle that is part of a funeral procession being led by a funeral escort vehicle flashing a red or a blue light? S True
When approaching a school bus that is picking up or dropping off passengers, you must... Come to a complete stop before reaching the bus, regardless of your direction of travel.
How long must you wait for a school bus? You must remain stopped until the school bus moves ahead or until the stop-sign arm and flashing lights are no longer shown.
You are not required to stop for a school bus on a divided roadway when traveling in the opposite direction. True
Speed limit is a school crossing? 15 mph
Speed limit in a business or residential district? 25 mph
Speed limit on city freeways? 55 mph
Speed limit on designated open highways. 65 mph.
Speed limit on rural interstate highways 75 mph
Red light This signal means STOP. You must come to a complete stop before you reach the intersection, stop line or crosswalk. Remain stopped for as long as the light stays red. Where not prohibited by signs, a right turn may be made a
Yellow light This signal means CAUTION. A steady yellow light is a warning that the light is about to turn red. If you have not entered the intersection, you should come to a safe stop. If you are already in the intersection, you should
Green light This signal means GO. You may go through an intersection in the direction indicated by the signal if the roadway is clear. Check right and left for oncoming traffic.
Flashing Red Light A flashing red light has the same meaning as a stop sign. You must come to a full stop, then proceed with caution when the roadway is clear.
Flashing Yellow Light A flashing yellow light means you should slow down and proceed with caution if the roadway is clear.
Red Arrow A lighted red arrow means that you may not turn in the direction of the arrow. You must stop and wait for the green arrow to appear before making the turn
Yellow Arrow A yellow arrow warns that the light is about to change to red. If you have not entered the intersection, you must stop and wait for a green arrow. If you are already in the intersection, you should continue your turn and clear the inters
Green Arrow A green arrow appearing alone or with another signal light means that you may proceed in the direction of the arrow, if you are in the proper lane and the roadway is clear.
Inoperative Signal Lights When approaching an intersection with an inoperative traffic control signal, treat it as you would a 4-way stop. Come to a complete stop before entering the intersection and then proceed when the roadway is clear. If two vehicles a
Octagon — Eight Sides This shape is reserved for stop signs. You must come to a complete stop.
Triangle Pointing Down This shape requires that you yield the right-of-way to cross traffic or to merging traffic.
Rectangular These signs regulate traffic and direct the driver’s speed and direction.
Diamond These signs are yellow. They warn of a possible danger ahead.
Pennant This sign marks the beginning of a no passing zone.
Turn, Curve and Winding Road Signs These signs are used to warn drivers of turns in the roadway. Below the signs may be small yellow square signs indicating the safe speed to drive through the curve.
School Crossing Sign Permanent five-sided (pentagon shaped) school crossing signs on the side of the roadway warn drivers that children may be crossing any time of the day. New yellow-green signs are approved in Arizona and may be used at school crossin
Passing in a school zone is legal False
Railroad Crossing Sign This sign marks the location of a railroad crossing. When you arrive at a railroad crossing, you must stop no closer than 15 feet from the nearest railroad track when you observe any of the following: Flashing red lights. Lowered cr
Mile Posts These reference “posts” are set 2 feet off the right shoulder and are about 1 mile apart. Mile posts can be used to tell where you are located if you are involved in a collision, have mechanical problems, or are out of gas. If you ha
DOUBLE FINES Fines double when traffic violations occur in work zones on Arizona highways.
Construction and Maintenance Signs Construction and maintenance signs are used to notify drivers of possible danger in or near work areas. Most signs used in highway and street work areas are diamond-shaped.
Flashing Arrow Panels Flashing arrow panels are used both day and night to give advance warning to drivers to move to the right or left into another lane. Slow down and prepare to merge in the direction of the arrow.
Electronic Signs Electronic message signs are used on some roadways to give you advance warning of construction zones, special traffic directions, road closures or even weather conditions.
Cones, Drums, and Barricades These devices are used to alert you and to guide you safely through the work area. At night, they may be equipped with warning lights. You must slow down when you drive through these areas.
Broken Yellow Lines Broken yellow lines separate lanes of traffic going in opposite directions. A broken yellow line indicates that passing on the left is permitted when the roadway is clear. Since you are facing oncoming traffic, overtaking and passing
Solid and Broken Yellow Lines A broken yellow line alongside a solid yellow line indicates that passing is permitted only in one direction. If the broken yellow line is A broken yellow line alongside a solid yellow line indicates that passing is permitted only in one direction.
Double Yellow Lines Double solid yellow lines mean that passing is not allowed in either direction. You may not cross the lines unless you are making a left turn.
Broken White Lines Broken white lines separate lanes of traffic going in the same direction. These lines may be crossed with caution. (Remember to signal your intention to change lanes.)
Turn Lane Arrow If you are traveling in a lane marked with a curved arrow and the word ONLY, you must turn in the direction of the arrow. If your lane is marked with both a curved and a straight arrow, you may turn in the direction of the arrow or you may go strai
White Painted Curbs You may stop only long enough to pick up or drop off passengers.
Yellow Painted Curbs You may stop only long enough to load or unload. Stay with your car.
Red Painted Curbs You may not stop, stand or park.
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