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Montana. Click Here To Begin. Drivers Exam Review. Welcome. 1. If you move, you must report your change of address to the Motor Vehicle Division within:. two weeks 15 days 10 days one month. Next Question. 2. Many people get into serious trouble with their driver’s license because:.

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  1. Montana Click Here To Begin Drivers Exam Review Welcome

  2. 1 If you move, you must report your change of address to the Motor Vehicle Division within: • two weeks • 15 days • 10 days • one month Next Question

  3. 2 Many people get into serious trouble with their driver’s license because: • they forget to carry it while driving • they do not show it when demanded by an officer • they use it for identification when cashing bad checks • they do not understand or inform themselves of the legal responsibilities of having a license Next Question

  4. 3 Parents, when signing for their child under 18 years of age, are indicating: • that their child has passed a driver’s education course • that their child is a careful driver • that they are affirming their child’s correct date of birth • that they are accepting financial responsibility for any damage as a result from the minor operating a motor vehicle Next Question

  5. 4 A person who has an out-of jurisdiction license becomes a Montana resident for the purpose of licensing and is required to obtain a Montana driver’s license after being in this State for: • 120 days • 30 days • 14 days • 12 months Next Question

  6. 5 At what Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) does the law state you are under the influence of alcohol? • .00% • .05% • .08% • All of the above Next Question

  7. 6 Refusal to consent to a chemical test for alcohol content in the blood (first offense) will result in a suspension of the driver’s license and privilege for: • 15 days • 3 months • 6 months • 60 days Next Question

  8. 7 Your driving record is used: • by the state and your insurance company to establish how safe a driver you are • by the Department of Revenue to see if you have paid taxes • by the direct mail companies to establish a mailing list • by the Registrar of Motor Vehicles to keep track of the vehicles you own Next Question

  9. 8 What is a Probationary License? • A license restricted to essential driving only • A learner’s license to practice with • A license to practice driving a commercial vehicle • A temporary unrestricted license Next Question

  10. 9 Headlights are required at any time you cannot see persons or vehicles for 500 feet (because of snow, dust, fog, etc.) and: • when traffic is very heavy • during daylight savings time • from ½ hour before sunset to ½ hour after sunrise • from ½ hour after sunset to ½ hour before sunrise Next Question

  11. 10 A leaking exhaust system can: • cause excessive oil use • make your vehicle need a tune-up sooner than normal • make you drowsy while driving • set grass fires on country roads Next Question

  12. 11 Upon hearing a siren of an emergency vehicle, a driver must: • stop quickly where he is • stop and wait for a red or green light • stop at the right side of the street or roadway • increase speed and keep out of the way of the emergency vehicle Next Question

  13. 12 Turn signals must be visible for: • 500 feet • 250 feet • 100 feet • only visible at night Next Question

  14. 13 The sign pictured at the right means that: STOP AHEAD • there is a bus stop ahead • there is a stop sign ahead • there is a caution light ahead • you must stop when other cars stop Next Question

  15. 14 The sign pictured at the right means that: SCHOOL • you must drive slowly and sound horn • you must watch for children in this area • you must watch for children during school hours • schools ahead – slow down and watch for children at all times Next Question

  16. 15 The sign pictured at the right means that: • the highway ahead turns only to the right • the highway ahead turns sharply to the right • the highway ahead turns to the right and then to the left • the highway ahead turns to the left and then to the right Next Question

  17. 16 The sign pictured at the right means that: NARROW BRIDGE • trucks are prohibited on the narrow bridge • the bridge ahead is open to one-way traffic only • the bridge ahead is wide enough for one car at a time • the bridge ahead may be too narrow to meet or pass a truck, you must be careful Next Question

  18. 17 The sign pictured at the right means that: Road Construction 1500 Feet • there is a detour ahead • you must stop for a flagmen • the road ahead is closed to traffic • the highway ahead is being repaired: approach with caution Next Question

  19. 18 The sign pictured at the right means that: LOOSEGRAVEL • there are trucks hauling gravel ahead • the highway ahead is under construction • the highway ahead is covered with loose gravel • the highway ahead had been sanded for icy conditions Next Question

  20. 19 It is permissible to drive a motor vehicle to the left of the center line of a highway: • when overtaking and passing another vehicle • when you have 500 ft. of clear road ahead & to the rear • when the shoulder of the road is rough & the ditch is deep • when the road is clear of cars coming from the opposite direction Next Question

  21. 20 The shared center lane is reserved for: • making left turns • U-turns when they are permitted • can be used by vehicles traveling in both directions • all of the above Next Question

  22. 21 When approaching a “Yield” right-of-way sign, you must: • give right-of-way to vehicles on the left • give right-of-way to vehicles on the right • slow down, proceed cautiously • slow to 15 miles an hour and yield right-of-way to all vehicles Next Question

  23. 22 When dealing with pedestrians, a driver must: • make very sure the pedestrian sees him • yield the right-of-way even if the pedestrian is in the wrong • always yield the right-of-way when the pedestrian is legally entitled to it • slow down and sound the horn when entering a heavily congested area Next Question

  24. 23 A driver upon meeting or overtaking a school bus from either direction which has stopped on the highway with its red lights flashing must: • stop before reaching the bus and not proceed until the bus has resumed motion • stop before reaching the bus and not proceed until the red lights have been extinguished • stop before reaching the bus and proceed only when all children have loaded or unloaded • stop & not proceed until the way is clear Next Question

  25. 24 When encountering a funeral procession, a driver: • may not drive between the vehicles forming the procession unless authorized by a police officer • may not enter an intersection across the path of a funeral procession as it is proceeding through a red traffic-control device • must yield the right-of-way to a motor vehicle that is part of the funeral procession • all of the above Next Question

  26. 25 At dusk or on overcast days, you should: • drive with your four (4) way flasher on • not turn any vehicle lights on • drive with your parking lights on • turn on your vehicle lights Next Question

  27. 26 You should be cautious when passing a bicycle because: • you are going faster than the bicycle • the bicycle always has the right-of-way • oncoming traffic may not see you pull out to pass • the cyclist may have to swerve into traffic to avoid an object on the road Next Question

  28. 27 In order to avoid last-minute braking or the need to turn, you should look down the road at least: • 2 seconds ahead of your vehicle • 4 seconds ahead of your vehicle • 10 seconds ahead of your vehicle • 15 seconds ahead of your vehicle Next Question

  29. 28 Driving at night requires increased caution because: • traffic is faster at night • there is a larger volume of traffic at night • a driver cannot see as well at night • accidents occur more frequently at night Next Question

  30. 29 Other than by your signals, other motorists can sometimes determine your intention to turn by: • your vehicle positions and eye contact • the turning of your wheels • your slowing up at the corner • the actions of the car behind you Next Question

  31. 30 A good rule to remember for passing is: • pass on the right whenever possible • try to get to the front of any line of slow moving traffic so that you can see better • always flash your lights and sound your horn to alert the other driver • drive with the flow of traffic, passing only as needed Next Question

  32. 31 “Hydroplaning” is best described as: • your tires pushing water out of their paths • your tires causing sheets of water to splash on passing vehicles • your tires throwing water to the rear, causing problems for following vehicles • your tires actually floating on a film of water Next Question

  33. 32 If you become stranded in a snow storm, the best thing to do is: • get out of the car and go for help • keep the windows rolled up tight, keeping the engine running at all times • stay in the car as you are more likely to be found • lay down in the car and go to sleep Next Question

  34. 33 When observing another vehicle entering the interstate from a merging traffic lane, it would be safest to: • speed up so the other vehicle can enter behind you • slow down and let the other vehicle enter • proceed as you were and let the other vehicle enter at its own risk • move to the left lane so the other vehicle could enter the Interstate safely Next Question

  35. 34 When following another vehicle, you are too close if the distance between your vehicles is less than the distance your vehicle travels in: • 1 second • 3 seconds • 2 seconds • 5 seconds Next Question

  36. 35 When entering an interstate, you should: • try to enter at same speed traffic is moving • if you have to wait for space to enter a roadway, slow down • use your rearview mirror and look over your shoulder • all of the above Next Question

  37. 36 Nine out of ten traffic accidents are caused by: • poor roads • mechanical failures • exceeding speed limits • errors in human judgment Next Question

  38. 37 Your body gets rid of: • three (alcoholic) drinks an hour • one (alcoholic) drink an hour • two (alcoholic) drinks an hour • none of the above Next Question

  39. 38 To help relieve fatigue on a trip, it would be a good idea to: • stop for a rest every two hours • drive with one eye open at a time • do arm exercises every hour • change feet on the gas pedal Next Question

  40. 39 The main reason why drinking alcohol and then driving is so dangerous is that it affects your: • coordination • vision • judgment and skill • reflexes Next Question

  41. 40 When passing a vehicle at 55 mph, how much distance should you allow to safely pass? • one-tenth of a mile • two-thirds of a mile • one-third of a mile • three-fourths of a mile Next Question

  42. 41 Stress can affect your driving by: • lessening your concentration on the driving task • decreasing your chances of an accident • causing you to go to sleep at the wheel • making you more aware of others around you Next Question

  43. 42 What should you do if your car’s right wheels leave the pavement: • stop quickly • accelerate and steer back on the road quickly • pull all the way off and wait until safe to get back on the road • take your foot off the gas and when slowed down, ease back on the road when safe Next Question

  44. 43 What should you do if your accelerator sticks while driving? • reach down & attempt to pull it up • turn engine off • shift to neutral & apply steady pressure on the brake • shift to park Next Question

  45. 44 What is the number one killer on Montana roads? • poor or unkempt roads • drunk drivers • inclement weather/driving conditions • excessive speed Next Question

  46. 45 When involved in an accident as a driver: • do not exchange information with other drivers • deny responsibility for the accident • exchange all information with other drivers • let the other driver report the accident Next Question

  47. 46 If involved in an accident, drivers should: • stop their vehicles at or near the scene • turn off the ignition of wrecked vehicles(s) • do not stand or walk in traffic lanes • all of the above Next Question

  48. 47 When approaching an accident scene you should: • keep your attention on your driving • keep moving • stop if you are involved or if emergency help has not arrived • all of the above FINISH

  49. This concludes the Montana Drivers Exam Review Power Point Presentation prepared by Betsy Kunsman Computer Applications Class Billings Adult and Literacy Education Program

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