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Practice Questions for Written Test

  1. Motorists must always carry:
  1. Their license
  2. Registration
  3. Insurance card
  4. All of the above
 
  1. All legal name changes must be within how many weeks?
  1. 1 week
  2. 2 weeks
  3. 60 days
  4. 3 weeks
 
  1. The basic unrestricted license is available to residents who are at least:
  1. 16 yrs old
  2. 18 yrs old
  3. 21 yrs old
  4. 80 yrs old
 
  1. Motorists who move into NJ and possess a valid out-of-state driver license must apply for a NJ license within:
  1. 60 days
  2. Before their out of state license expires
  3. Within 60 days or before their out of state license expires
 
  1. New Jersey issues licenses for how many years?
  1. 2 years
  2. 4 years
  3. 6 years
  4. 10 years
 
  1. Put the steps for the Early Bird Road program in order (write

___ 1.  Get the basic driver’s license

___ 2. Practice with an Adult supervising driver

___ 3. Get a special learner’s permit

___ 4. Practice unsupervised driving with a provisional license

___ 5. get a provisional license

  1. 5, 3, 2, 1, 4
  2. 3, 2, 5, 4, 1
  3. 3, 2, 1, 5, 4
  4. 1, 4, 5, 2, 3
  
  1. The driving restriction for a special learner’s permit is:
  1. no driving between 11:01pm and 5:00am
  2. no hand held electronics
  3. no cell phone use
  4. all of the above
 
  1. How much to you have to score on the written test in order to pass?
  1. 50%
  2. 75%
  3. 80%
  4. 100%
 
  1. When you go for the road test you must bring with you:
  1. your basic license
  2. an accompanying driver
  3. a pencil
  4. none of the above
 
  1. Drivers will be tested on which of the following tasks on the road test (circle all that apply)
  1. stopping at signs
  2. parking
  3. the color of your car
  4. turning
  5. sitting properly
 
  1. If you failed the road test how long must you wait before retaking the test?
  1. one week
  2. two week
  3. one month
  4. two months
 
  1. You may fail the road test because:
  1. of your driving ability
  2. if your vehicle has failed inspection
  3. the condition of the car is not safe
  4. all of the above
 
  1. What vision do you need to pass for the eye exam?
  1. 20/20
  2. 20/40
  3. 20/50
  4. You don’t need see to drive
  
  1. Which of the following is a health restriction coded on your license?
  1. High blood pressure
  2. Obesity
  3. Corrective Lenses
  4. Lung Disease
  
  1. If you have a basic license, who in the vehicle is required to wear a seat belt?
  1. everyone in the car
  2. only the driver
  3. front seat passengers and anyone under 18
  4. only anyone under 18
 
  1. Seat belts can help:
  1. keep passengers from being thrown
  2. prevent passengers from hitting the dashboard
  3. keep passengers from sliding on the seat
  4. all of the above
 
  1. Where should car seats be placed in the car?
  1. in the front seat
  2. in the back seat when possible
  3. you do not need car seats
  4. all of the above
 
  1. How old do you have to be to ride in the passengers seat?
  1. 12
  2. 13
  3. 18
  4. There is no age limit
 
  1. What is the age and weight limit for a car/booster seats?
  1. 3 yrs old and 50 lbs
  2. 7 yrs old and 80 lbs
  3. 8 yrs old and 80 lbs
 
  1. Airbags
  1. are in a car for decoration
  2. allow the car to function
  3. designed to supplement safety belts
 
  1. Before getting in a parked car:
  1. fasten seat belt
  2. put the car in drive
  3. look in front and behind car for any obstructions
  
  1. After getting in a parked car you should:
  1. adjust your mirrors
  2. fasten your seat belt
  3. put the car in drive right away
  4. both a and b
 
  1. Blind spots are:
  1. spots where blind people can’t see
  2. the spots all drivers can see on the road
  3. areas hidden from a driver’s view
  4. none of the above
 
  1. Where should your hands be on the steering wheel?
  1. 9 and 3 o’ clock
  2. 10 and 2 o’ clock
  3. 12 and 6 o’ clock
  4. Where ever you want to put your hands
 
  1. On an empty two lane road, which lane should you be in?
  1. in the right lane
  2. in the left lane
  3. it does not matter
 
  1. When driving around a curve, your vehicle tends to go in what direction?
  1. to the right
  2. to the left
  3. straight
 
  1. Most new drivers tend to
  1. be experts in driving
  2. hit the brakes to hard
  3. never use turn signals
  4. always use hand signals
 
  1. How far do you have to be before turning on your turn signal?
  1. 100 feet
  2. 200 feet
  3. 300 feet
  4. It doesn’t matter when you should signal
 
  1. When driving in reverse, the driver should
  1. look forward at most times
  2. place right arm over the passenger seat with left hand on steering wheel
  3. have both hands on the wheel while looking in reverse
 
  1. These are the four basic types of parking
  1. parallel, curb, straight, curved
  2. parallel, angles, straight, perpendicular
  3. parallel, curb, perpendicular, angles
 
  1. Curb parking
  1. parking along a curb between two parked cars
  2. parking in a 30 degree angle spot
  3. parking in a 90 degree angle spot
  4. parking along a curb with no surrounding cars
 
  1. Parallel parking is
  1. parking along a curb between two parked cars
  2. parking in a 30 degree angle spot
  3. parking in a 90 degree angle spot
  4. parking along a curb with no surrounding cars
 
  1. Angled parking is.
  1. parking along a curb between two parked cars
  2. parking in a 30 degree angle spot
  3. parking in a 90 degree angle spot
  4. parking along a curb with no surrounding cars
 
  1. Perpendicular parking is
  1. parking along a curb between two parked cars
  2. parking in a 30 degree angle spot
  3. parking in a 90 degree angle spot
  4. parking along a curb with no surrounding cars
 
  1. What should you do if you misjudged the distance between you and the other cars or if you did not turn at the proper times when parking?
  1. pull out and start again
  2. leave the car the way it is
  3. don’t park in that spot
 
  1. Where do you usually find angles parking and perpendicular parking?
  1. in a driveway
  2. at malls and shopping centers
  3. all of the above
  4. none of the above
 
  1. When parking on a downhill which way should your wheels be turned?
  1. away from the curb
  2. towards the curb
  3. it doesn’t matter
  4. straight
  1. When parking uphill which way should your wheels be turned?
  1. away from the curb
  2. towards the curb
  3. as far as you want because you’re selfish
  4. none of the above
 
  1. In parallel parking, when pulling up beside a vehicle how far should you be from that vehicle?
  1. 3 feet
  2. 6 feet
  3. As far as you want
  4. None of the above
 
  1. In parallel parking, when should you stop next to the vehicle beside you?
  1. when your rear bumper is next to their front bumper
  2. when you are parallel to the car
  3. whenever you want
  4. 6 feet
       
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