When the day finally comes for you to take your driving test, make sure you have studied up so you are prepared for the commonly asked driving test questions. To get your driver’s permit or your driver’s license, not only will you have to take a driving test, but you must pass a book driving exam. More than likely you will take it on an interactive computer. If you learn your driving theory, the driving test will be much easier. Plus, it just might make you a better driver. Those who know the proper rules of the road tend to be safer when driving. Additionally, if you wish to obtain a commercial driver’s license, you will have to pass the commercial drivers’ test. For that you will have to learn another set of rules that commercial drivers must abide by. What follows is a list of common questions (and their correct answers) you might encounter while taking a driver’s test for either a permit or a license.
A: Slow down and proceed with caution
A: Emergency vehicles
A: Within 150 meters of the approaching vehicle
A: When traffic and road conditions permit it
A: Pump the brakes
A: Within 6 days
A: Immediately pull over and stop
A: Arm held out the window straight and bent downward 90 degrees
A: Arm held straight out the window
A: From a half hour before sunset until a half hour after sunrise
A: Passing is allowed if clear
A: The pedestrian
A: When you can make the move safely
A: 10 meters
There are many other questions you may be faced with during a written driving test, so it is best to study the driver’s manual thoroughly. Knowing proper driving theory will not only help you on the test, but it will help you be a safer driver as well.