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DMV Practice Test 3:

This is the practice questions and answers for California DMV Knowledge Test / Drivers Written Test.
You can take this practice test as many times as you wish.

When you are involved in an accident, you are required by law to notify the DMV within 10 days if: *

The total damage exceeds $1,000.
There was an injury, injuries and/or death.
All of the above.

What speed you should drive on a freeway with the posted speed limit of 65 mph when all traffic is going at the speed of 70 mph?

Do not drive faster than 65 mph.
70 mph or faster to keep up with the traffic.
Stay in a speed ranging between 65 mph and 70 mph.

Scanning ahead when your vehicle is heading in about 10 seconds will help you to:

Avoid a possible hazard ahead of you and needing to make a last minute maneuver
Get the license plate of the vehicles ahead of you
Remember the colors of vehicle ahead of you

On a green light on an intersection, when is it safe to enter the intersection?

As long as the light is green, it is safe to enter the intersection.
It is safe when the intersection is clear so you can drive across the intersection before the light turns red.
As long as you can maneuver around any traffic in the intersection.

The following behavior is very unsafe while driving; which of the following is both unsafe and illegal while driving?

Adjusting your outside mirrors or your seats while driving.
Having an animal in your vehicle that is not restrained.
Listening to music or a podcast using headphones that cover both ears.

It is illegal to park your car:

Within 10 feet of someone else's driveway.
In a bicycle lane.
In an unmarked crosswalk.

When there are school safety patrols or crossing patrols, you should obay their direction:

Only if you see students or kids around.
Only during school hours.
At all times.

A Class C driver's license authorizes you to drive:

A 3-axle vehicle weighing over 6,000 pounds.
A Car, a van, or a pick-up truck
A Semi-truck

Do not pass through the street or highways lines that have:

Two sets of broken yellow lines that are spaced one foot apart.
Two sets of solid, double white lines that are spaced two feet apart.
Two sets of solid, double yellow lines that are spaced two or more feet apart.

Which one of the following statements is true regarding the blind spots?

You can simply check for your blind spots by looking in your rear-view mirrors.
You don't have to worry about your blind spot as long as you have two outside mirrors on each side of your vehicle.
Be careful not to drive in a semi-truck's blind spot because semi-trucks have longer blind spots.