QUESTION 1 OF 10

1. What should you do when approaching a flashing yellow light?

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When you approach a flashing yellow light, proceed with caution, but don’t stop unless there is oncoming traffic. Conversely, a flashing red light indicates that you should come to a complete stop before proceeding when it’s safe.1

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When you approach a flashing yellow light, proceed with caution, but don’t stop unless there is oncoming traffic. Conversely, a flashing red light indicates that you should come to a complete stop before proceeding when it’s safe.1

QUESTION 2 OF 10

2. What does this sign indicate?

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An upside-down triangle sign with a red border and white center is a yield sign, indicating that other drivers get the right of way.1

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An upside-down triangle sign with a red border and white center is a yield sign, indicating that other drivers get the right of way.1

QUESTION 3 OF 10

3. What does a solid white line painted between lanes of traffic traveling in the same direction mean?

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A solid white line between lanes of traffic traveling in the same direction indicates that you should stay within your lane; no passing.1

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A solid white line between lanes of traffic traveling in the same direction indicates that you should stay within your lane; no passing.1

QUESTION 4 OF 10

4. What should you do if you get a flat tire?

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When you get a flat tire, it’s important to safely pull over.1 Continuing to drive on a flat tire may cause more damage to your vehicle, and stopping in traffic puts you and others at risk.

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When you get a flat tire, it’s important to safely pull over.1 Continuing to drive on a flat tire may cause more damage to your vehicle, and stopping in traffic puts you and others at risk.

QUESTION 5 OF 10

5. What should you do if you get a text message while driving?

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In most states, text messaging while driving is against the law.1 However, no matter the law, it’s best practice to avoid all distractions while behind the wheel.

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In most states, text messaging while driving is against the law.1 However, no matter the law, it’s best practice to avoid all distractions while behind the wheel.

QUESTION 6 OF 10

6. What causes most rear-end collisions?

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Research shows that 87 percent of all rear-end collisions are caused by driver inattention.1 It’s important to be aware of your surroundings while behind the wheel and to avoid any distractions, such as looking at your phone or eating.

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Research shows that 87 percent of all rear-end collisions are caused by driver inattention.1 It’s important to be aware of your surroundings while behind the wheel and to avoid any distractions, such as looking at your phone or eating.

QUESTION 7 OF 10

7. Your gas light goes on. What do you do?

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If you’re low on fuel and the gas light turns on, it’s time to find a gas station. Decreasing your speed, turning off your radio and even rolling up the windows can help save fuel as you navigate to the closest gas station.1

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If you’re low on fuel and the gas light turns on, it’s time to find a gas station. Decreasing your speed, turning off your radio and even rolling up the windows can help save fuel as you navigate to the closet gas station.1

QUESTION 8 OF 10

8. Which scenario below does not require you to use your turn signal?

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Any time you are switching lanes or making a turn, you need to indicate with the appropriate turn signal.1 When you’re following the path of the road you are on, it’s not necessary to use your blinker.

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Any time you are switching lanes or making a turn, you need to indicate with the appropriate turn signal.1 When you’re following the path of the road you are on, it’s not necessary to use your blinker.

QUESTION 9 OF 10

9. Vehicles traveling slower than the posted speed limit should:

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Any vehicle driving slower than the normal speed of traffic is required by law to move to the right-hand lane.1

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Any vehicle driving slower than the normal speed of traffic is required by law to move to the right-hand lane.1

QUESTION 10 OF 10

10. Which of the following would not be considered a driving distraction?

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Anything that takes your attention off the road is considered distracted driving.1 Stay safe behind the wheel by giving driving your full attention at all times.

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Anything that takes your attention off the road is considered distracted driving.1 Stay safe behind the wheel by giving driving your full attention at all times.

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You might not be ready to head out on the road without another licensed adult in the vehicle just yet.

Before you hit the road solo, you may need to take another look at the rules of the road.

Congrats! You received a passing score! Remember to always respect the rules of the road under state law and your parents’ rules and guidance. It’s important for everyone’s safety, both on and off the road.

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What Should You Do If You Have a Flat Tire?, KalTire, 2017.

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Distracted Driving Laws, DMV.org, 2018.

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The Use of Forward Collision Avoidance Systems to Prevent and Mitigate Rear-End Crashes, National Transportation Safety Board, 2015.

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Six Things to Do When You’re Running Out of Gas, Cars.com, 2016.

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Using Turn or Hand Signals, driversed.com, 2018.

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Transportation Review | Speeding and Speed Limits, National Conference of State Legislatures, 2017.

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Distracted Driving, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 2017.

Before you get on the road, make yourself aware of the common mistakes teen drivers make.