California Managing Traffic Test

Many new drivers may not understand the importance of effectively communicating as they drive. By keeping your hands visible and knowing how to use correct hand signals when your turning signals are not working, drivers can let other motorists know what you’re doing which keeps everyone safer. Another critical element of managing the roadways is to remain cognizant of driving conditions at all times. This means being aware of anything that can impact your vehicle’s path. Thoroughly scanning what’s ahead on a street or highway means you can react and respond appropriately. Last but not last, always remember to yield to people walking and on bicycles. They have the right of way, and it’s our responsibility as drivers to ensure their safety. This is all useful advice that if you use, you can become a better driver.

There’s a lot to remember in regard to driving safely, much of which has to do with how well you can communicate and manage various driving conditions. Our managing traffic test is the perfect way to see your knowledge about this topic.

California Managing the Road Test

Buckle up and prepare for some difficult questions on managing the road. Press start to begin.

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Managing Traffic Test
10 Questions, No Time Limit
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What are the colors of signs indicating a hazard ahead?

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When backing up your vehicle you should...

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What should you do when a police officer signals you to pull over?

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A flashing yellow light at an intersection indicates...

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What does this sign indicate?

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What does this sign indicate?

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What does this sign indicate?

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What does this sign indicate?

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Before switching lanes on a multiple lane highway you should...

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What is the proper way to address a flashing red signal?

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