When you are driving slower than other traffic on a multi lane highway you must use?

On two-lane roads, the left lane should generally be used only when you're passing a slower car driving in front of you; when the road is crowded and both lanes are in use, don't use the left lane if you're driving more slowly than traffic.

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What must you use when you are driving slower than other drivers on a multi-lane highway?

The far right lane. On multiple lane highways, the lanes are counted from the left to right -- the fast lane is #1. So if you are on a 4-lane drive in #4. This applies to The US and right-side drive road, left side driver cars

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If you are driving slower than other traffic on an interstate which lane should you use?

Depends on which country you're in.If you are in a country with right-side traffic, you should stay in the right lanes and let faster traffic pass you on the left.If you're in a country with left-side traffic, you should stay in the left lanes and let faster traffic pass on the right.

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How do you drive on a multi lane roundabout?

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Driving slower than other cars causes what?

- Traffic to build.- potential accident situation/hazardous condition from people swerving to get around you.- Road rage /People to honk their horn at you/ I've even seen people ran off the road.

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When driving a slow moving vehicle on a two lane highway when should you pull over?

ONLY when there's a wide shoulder or a parking lot, and the highway is straight and not near a curve straight ahead.

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How do you drive on a 3 lane highway?

When there are three or more lanes, use the right lane if you are traveling at a slower speed than traffic, the left lane for passing, and the center lane for cruising.

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When driving on the highway for a long period of time. what lane should you drive on?

The inside lane, so merging traffic doesn't interfere with your driving.

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When approaching a stopped emergency vehicle with activated lights on a multiple lane roadway you must?

Slow down, check side/rear/blind spot to see if the lane beside you is clear, put on your turn signal, merge to the lane away from the stopped emergency vehicle. However, be prepared to come to a full stop if needed or directed by emergency personnel. Do not gawk-- keep your eyes on the road. Loo...

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Which lane of a highway should you drive in if you are driving below the posted speed limit?

move a lane away from the emergency vehicle, or.slow down 20 miles per hour below the posted speed limit.

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When driving at highway speeds you must make adjustments to what?

The distance behind the car you are following

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Collisions tend to happen when one driver is going faster or slower than other cars on the road?

true lol :)drivers ed

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What is wrong with your car the speedometer works when im driving on the highway than when Im in smaller traffic it stops working?

The speed sensor is bad.

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When driving on highways should you not?

Drivers already on the highway should give you room to enter, but if they don't, DO NOT force your way onto the highway.You must yield the right- of-way to them, even if that means stopping at the end of an acceleration lane.Exit ramps are short, one-way ramps.

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When driving with ac on in city traffic what is reason ac does better on highway driving.?

First the car engine and thus the air conditioning compressor are running faster at highway speeds, so the unit is capable of more cooling. Second highway speeds force more air over the condenser coils which are in the front of the car, which means they are more efficiently cooled by the outside ...

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Can you drive van under 8500 lb in left lane on highway?

sure , why would you think otherwise ? 8500 lb. vehicle is nothing compared to an eighteen wheeler, and they drive in left lane all the time, unless signs restrict therm to right lane only.

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Why traffic stops on a highway?

Traffic stops on a highway for several reasons. One of the main reasons is a car accident that can close lanes. The other biggest reason is construction.

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What are the 3 lanes on the highway?

Highways with three lanes is where things get complicated for many drivers.I've spoken to a few and this is what many of them thought and really what I see on a daily basis: the right lane is for merging, the middle lane for driving and the left lane for passing.

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Can light trucks use the left lane on a city highway?

Depends which country you are in.

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When driving through a one way alley and the speed limit is not posted you must drive no faster than?

Usually it's 10 or 15 and in some places it's as high as 20, but if you're not sure, go no more than 5 and you won't have a problem.

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What type of pavement marking is used to show you which lane you must use for a turn?

A white line with a curved arrow pointing the way you must go.

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What are three items you must have when you are driving in a vehicle in NJ?

A registered/taxed carA valid driving LicenseInsuranceNo alcohol or drugs in your system

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What is the passing lane on a highway?

Common practice and most law on United States highways is that the left lane is reserved for passing and faster moving traffic, and that traffic using the left lane must yield to traffic wishing to overtake.

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When you are approached by an emergency vehicle using a siren and flashing lights you must?

What must one do when a police vehicle, fire engine, ambulance, or other emergency vehicle using a siren, air horn, or a red or blue flashing light approaches is to, pull over to the right edge of the road, or as near to the right as possible, and stop when you see or hear an emergency vehicle ap...

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What do you call the lane you use to join the highway and increase your speed?

Use the acceleration lane (aka entrance ramp) to quickly get up to the same speed of the highway traffic.Look for a gap in traffic, but keep your eyes looking ahead of and behind you.The cars merging ahead of you may suddenly brake.Also, if you must brake quickly, you need to know what the cars b...

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Do you stop for a school bus on a 4 lane highway?

The driver of a vehicle must stop upon meeting or passing a stopped school bus on any 2-lane highway, on any 4-lane or multi-lane highway where the opposing highway is separated only by painted lines on the roadway or a narrow gravel median, or when overtaking a school bus which has its red or am...

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How do you know when an unmarked roadway that is wide enough for two lanes of traffic is a single lane or two-lane roadway?

Cars parked on the side of the street. Are they all facing the same direction?If they are, it's probably one way.

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Are some road surfaces more slippery than others when wet?

Some road surfaces are more slippery than others when wet, but many of the same actions will help you drive in all types of wet roads.It is important to drive slowly, and to make sure there is enough space between you and the car ahead of you.

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When and where must you use indicator?

Anytime you are turning or changing lanes.

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Collisions tend to happen when one driver is going faster or slower than other cars on the road True or False?

true lol :)drivers ed

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Are there any other national companies other than Carmax that specialize in used cars?

There are an online site called usecars.com, they are the same as carmax however they are online. There are no other companies that offer used cars that are national.

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Are Some road surfaces more slippery than others when wet?

yes cement road surfaces are more slippery when wet then asfaultyes the worst would be if it is covered by a film of liquid sufficient enough to reduce the coefficient ecstatic friction between the tyre and the road to essentially zero, but not so deep as to introduce a new source of friction

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When using a center left turn lane you should?

Below are the rules that apply to center left turn lanes: You are not permitted to drive in the center left turn lane for more than 200 feet.Never use the center left turn lane as an ordinary traffic lane or for passing other vehicles.Do not enter the center left turn lane unless it is clear of t...

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Why would a car only overheat when driving on highway not when driving around town?

Each of these things can be checked independently of the others without spending any money on parts.1-Low coolant level.2-Restricted airflow to the radiator as from leaves or plastic bags in fron of it, or the plastic under-skirting being broken away (as from running up onto curb-stops.)3-Restric...

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Why would a car only overheat when driving on highway not when driving around?

Could be debris (leaves, rodent nests, etc.) blocking the air flow through the radiator.

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Can you use HOV lane on weekends?

Be aware, you may have to exit the HOV lane well prior to your preferred exit.A vehicle occupied by two or more people or a motorcyclist may use HOV lanes.Vehicles eligible to use HOV lanes include, but are not limited to: passenger cars.

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Why does my moped drive slower than it should is it due to a blocked carburetor?

If the carb were blocked it wouldn't go at all. It could be a whole host of reasons, you don't have enough of a description.

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When an emergency vehicle approaches all vehicles regardless of travel must do what on a two-lane road?

Pull over to the right side of the road when it's safe to do so.

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When driving 40 miles per hour on a limited access highway you should?

You should not be on that road in the first place. In most states the minimum speed is 45 mph.

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When attempting to pass a truck on a two lane highway the first thing to do is?

When attempting to pass a truck on a two way highway there are three vital, not just one, things a driver must do. The first is to check the white dividing lines to make sure passing is legal. The next thing to do is wait for a stretch of straight highway, no curves, and lastly try to see over ( ...

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When turning left across two lanes of traffic and you have to wait in the middle can more than one car be in the middle?

No, but technically you can't wait in the middle at all for safety reasons. You would have to wait at the lane you are coming from behind the line when traffic is too heavy to cross and turn until it is clear; furthermore, if you were to wait in the middle and the light turns red, it would be con...

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Can you drive smart car on highway?

Re: can I drive smart car along pacific coast highway? A Smart car is street legal in California.While it is grossly underpowered compared to most other vehicles, it must certain requirements and that includes the ability to drive safely at speed.And, so, yes, you can drive PCH.

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What must you do when you approach or pass a stopped emergency vehicle with its lights flashing on a road with two lanes in your direction?

A: When an emergency vehicle, such as an ambulance, fire truck, or police car, displaying flashing red lights and sounding a siren approaches your vehicle on a two-way road, you must pull to the right and stop.If you are traveling on a one-way road, you must pull to whichever side is nearest and ...

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What does it mean when you dream of driving a car on an empty highway?

It means that you are in prison and dreaming of freedom.Actually, it could mean many things ... or nothing at all.

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Nationally Are there more traffic deaths on rural highways or city streets?

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports even though more car accidents happened in urban areas, 56% of the 37,261 traffic deaths that occurred in 2008 took place on rural roads. There were 20,905 rural traffic deaths last year.One reason for the number of deaths that occur in r...

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Can you drive a mini truck on the highway?

As “off-road” vehicles, mini trucks are legal to drive in all 50 states on most unpaved roads, in rural areas, and on private property.

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Can you drive on Highway 11 with a g1?

Once you get your G2, however, it's not a problem.Bit late, but you can drive on non 400 series highways, technically.Highway 11 north of Barrie is completely legal to drive on using your g1 actually, and has a posted limit of 100.

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Can you drive a donut on the highway?

This is because they are more compact, so the guideline is the spare tire should not be driven faster than 50 mph.While you can drive on highways with donut tires, it is safer to stay off of them as you will only be able to go about 50 mph or less.

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Can you drive on the highway with a spare?

When you are driving on the temporary spare tire, you need to keep your speed down.It's not a full tire, and it is not meant to be driven as one.You will want to keep your speed to 50 MPH or below.Since you can't go above 50, this means that you cannot drive on the highway with it.

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Should you use lane position 1 when you cannot see oncoming vehicles on mountain curves?

The general rule I tell drive students on curving, hilly roads is to hug the center line (position 2). these type of roads are usually narrower, so it keeps you from falling off the right edge of the road. Also I find my car tends to drift right on these curves, maybe because of crowning.Your spe...

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Are there any other choices other than the combustion engine on sale to the general public?

Yes there are Hybrids and 100% electric vehicles such as the Tesla, Ford Focus Electric, Nissan Leaf, and others.

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Can a commercial vehicle use the hov lane when the operating hours of the hov lane are not in effect?

Laws on this vary by jurisdiction. Some allow CMVs in the far left lane, some do not.

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Speed limit for a passenger car on a two lane highway?

It varies by state, and also the sort of area you're driving through. School zones may be 25 - 35 Miles Per Hour, whereas, in Texas, you have two-lane roads where you're allowed to run 70 MPH. You'd have to check with each state's individual laws on this.

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Can you drive on the highway with a learners permit?

No, with just a Florida learner's permit you cannot drive alone anywhere, including to school or work.You can only drive with a licensed driver who is at least 21 years old and occupies the front passenger seat at all times.

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If the lane you are driving ends should you accelerate into the next lane?

You should merge into the next lane when it is safe, and do not accelerate in front of another driver. That is a collision waiting to happen.You should merge into the lane by slowly applying the brakes, and when all drivers right next to you have passed, accelerate into the lane, but do not creep...

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Are trucks traveling on interstate highways must be equipped with concave mud flaps a state and federal requirement?

federal because it deals with commerce between various different states

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Which sign tells you to keep in the right lane when driving slow on the road?

This is a statutory regulation which means the traffic sign is white. It typically reads:

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When changing lanes on a freeway you should?

When changing lanes on a freeway, you should: Signal for at least 5 seconds prior to changing lanes.Cross several lanes at a time to avoid slow downs.Avoid driving over broken white lines and lane markings.

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If a school bus stops to unload children on a four-lane highway?

If the median is paved you stop either direction. Grass median, only stop if behind the bus.

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Can you drive a Smart car on the highway?

Re: can I drive smart car along pacific coast highway? A Smart car is street legal in California.While it is grossly underpowered compared to most other vehicles, it must certain requirements and that includes the ability to drive safely at speed.And, so, yes, you can drive PCH.

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When driving 60 mph on the highway looking ahead about 15 seconds from where you are translates to?

Ahead – Scan the entire sight area, looking 12 to 15 seconds ahead of the vehicle.In the city, 12 to 15 seconds is equal to about two or three blocks.While travelling at 60 MPH, 12 to 15 seconds is equal to about .25 to .38 miles.

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Why does your car get pulled sideways when a truck passes you going the opposite direction on a two lane highway?

Air pressure from the turbulence caused by the truck. It creates a 'wave' of air in front and off to the sides and a vacuum behind it.

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Where there is no bicycle lane where on the road must a bicyclist ride?

Motor vehicles may cross bicycle lanes when necessary to make turns, but may not otherwise ride or park in them.6.Even if a bicycle lane is present, bicyclists are legally permitted to use a lane of traffic in which of the following circumstances: A.When passing another bicyclist or riding two ab...

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If a school bus stops on a highway with traffic traveling in both directions and there is a 10 foot median dividing the highway who must stop for the bus?

It really depends on what State this scenario takes place. Better to play it safe than sorry, though I'd think that in this scenario that opposing traffic does not have to stop.

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Are 4 wheelers allowed to drive on the highway?

Depends on were you live were i live no AZ

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Can you recharge ac using something other than freon in a 1996 Chrysler sebring jx?

If you use anything other than R134a it will not function properly.

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How far should you scan ahead when driving on the open highway and in city environments?

In the city/urban area, you should look at least two blocks or two traffic signals ahead.In a suburban area, you should look at least three blocks or three traffic signals ahead.In a rural area, you should look at least a quarter of a mile ahead.

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How far ahead should you look when driving on the highway?

You should look two to three seconds ahead of you while driving.You should look five to six seconds ahead of you while driving.You should look 12 to 15 seconds ahead of you while driving.

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When driving on the highway you have a tire blowout after you have slowed down and regained control you should?

If you have a tire blowout or lose a wheel while driving, follow these steps: Hold the steering wheel tightly and steer straight ahead.Slow down gradually, taking your foot off the gas pedal slowly but without applying the brakes.Slow to a stop off the road, applying the brakes only when the car ...

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What is the best way to inform other drivers of any muaneuver you are about to make on the highway?

using signal lights and positioning your vehicle in the direction you intend to go (left lane change, put vehicle toward the left side of your lane and the opposite for a right lane change).

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Your car loses power when going more than 50 km on the highway?

check that your gass lines arent cracked. and look into these:replace spark plugs, replace air filter. and you might want to replace your gas filters. that's whats I did and my car is running fine now.

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How far should you look ahead when driving on the highway?

You should look two to three seconds ahead of you while driving.You should look five to six seconds ahead of you while driving.You should look 12 to 15 seconds ahead of you while driving.

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What is the best way to inform other drivers of any maneuver you are about to make on the highway?

Use your signal lights.

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What is the maximum speed limit for passenger cars on a two -lane highway during daytime?

It varies by state. As far as I know, Texas has the highest speed limits, permitting speeds of 70 miles per hour on some two-lane roads.

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What other means of selling a car are there other than eBay?

There are multiple avenues, besides ebay, available if you wish to sell your car. Local newspapers will often have a classified area in which you can list your car. There are also car specific papers such as Autotrader which people often use to buy and sell, both in print and online.

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What are the rubber strips that are sometimes placed on busy roads that come from a metal box on the side and lay across the lanes of traffic?

The rubber strips are sensors that connect to traffic counters (the metal boxes). The counters record the number of axles that pass by a certain point on the road. Your local transportation agency uses the counts to figure out how many cars are using that particular road. The traffic counts tell ...

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If a vehicle is approaching you head on when you are in the proper lane what do you do?

Pull to the right.(for California, probably for most U.S. states as well)

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What law states you must drive on the road?

This question must be approached from the other end. I have not run across many laws that specifically state you must keep a car on the road. However, most municipalities have a variety of laws preventing driving *off-road* except where specifically permitted. These laws take many forms. For exam...

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How do you take car test drive on highway?

In full speed and chek the speed

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Why do some people drive in the left lane of the highway making people pass on the right please only answer if you do this?

What kind of question is this?!?!?! only one person can answer this so you'll only going to get one response... and.... do you really expect someone to say, "Oh yes i do this all the time!"

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You are driving on an expressway that has 3 lanes going in your direction. You will be driving a long distance ahead. Which lane should you drive in to avoid the most conflicts?

Middle lane at +/- 5 mph of posted speed limit

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Who is at fault if you are driving on a roadway and a parked car pulls into your lane?

A "parked" car will not pull into anything because it is parked.Ok, not a parked car, but a car waiting in a private drive to get out into the roadway. No signals for the car in the private drive to proceed. The light is red, you wait for the car in the private drive to get out into the eastbound...

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Why do the brakes on a car become hot when driving in traffic?

because they are constantly being used

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When a school bus is stopped on the roadway you must always stop when?

You should always stop for a school bus with its lights flashing; except if you are driving on a divided highway in the opposite direction of a bus and there is at least five feet of unpaved space, a raised median, or a physical barrier (concrete abutment) separating the roadway on which you are ...

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What type of lighting should cars use when parked on a highway at night?

leave parking lights on or lower beam headlights on

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Can you drive on a highway with furniture on top of your car?

Yes, but depending on how you tie it down and how large the furniture is, it could fall off.If it is too heavy, it might also crush the roof.

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Where the traffic lights show a flashing yellow light what must you do?

A flashing yellow traffic signal (Figure 7 below) or a traffic signal with no lights showing (Figure 8) indicates that the intersection is currently not being controlled by the signals.

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Can a cop pull you over for driving others when you've had your license for less than a year in Colorado?

It all depends on just how many "others" your are referring to, and what kind of license (or restrictions) you may have.

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When you are approached by an emergency vehicle using its sirens and or flashing lights you must?

What must one do when a police vehicle, fire engine, ambulance, or other emergency vehicle using a siren, air horn, or a red or blue flashing light approaches is to, pull over to the right edge of the road, or as near to the right as possible, and stop when you see or hear an emergency vehicle ap...

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What are some of the things one must do on a truck driving job?

When one is on a truck driving job they are required to keep their eyes on the road so that they drive safely. They are also responsible for the cargo's safety and security. They must make sure that they know where they are going and navigate the journey.

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What is the distance you must be behind a car when driving?

1 car length for every ten miles per hour

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When you park next to a curb your wheels must be no more than inches away from the curb?

When you park alongside a curb on a level street, the front and back wheels must be parallel and within 18 inches of the curb.Park parallel to the street if there is no curb.

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How far can you drive in a bike lane?

In each case the maximum distance you may drive in the bicycle lane is 50 metres providing you indicate and give way to bicycle riders.

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If a school bus stops to unload children on a four lane highway divided only by a four foot pave strip must vehicles traveling in the opposite direction stop?

depends where the 4 lane highway is to be compleatly honest because different places have different rules

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What is the maximum speed limit for a passenger cars on a two lane highway during daytime?

It depends. In Oregon it would be 55 mph (out of the city) unless otherwise posted.

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When a school bus is stopped with flashing red lights on a two lane roadway drivers approaching from either direction must?

You must remain stopped as long as the red lights flash or the stop arm is out.The only exception to this is where you are approaching the bus from the opposite direction on a road with at least two lanes in each direction.When overtaking a school bus, you may not pass when red or amber warning l...

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Are highway miles better on a car?

There's no question that highway and city miles affect a car in different ways.On the highway, roads are smoother but speeds are higher, which means the engine is constantly working and never at rest.So which is easier on a car? The answer is highway driving.

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How do you drive a two lane roundabout?

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A traffic violation stays on your driving record?

It stays on 3 years in CA or AZ. Unless it is a felony, or, injury accident. Felonies are criminal, and most stay on 5 years.(Even this can be purged by application, if judge or Governor so allows.)

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When you hear a siren coming you must?

A firetruck, ambulance, or police cruiser will turn on their sirens to inform everyone that they need to get to their destination quickly.If you hear this siren and it is coming from behind you, then you need to pull to the right side of the road.

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What is the maximum speed limit for a passenger car on a two lane highway during the day?

How many times did you ask this question

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