Often after getting their drivers license, people may not understand the importance of effectively communicating when they’re behind the wheel. By keeping your hands visible and using hand signals, drivers are able to communicate to others on the road what to expect from your vehicle which keeps everyone safer. Another critical element of managing the roadways is to remain cognizant of the condition of roadways at all times. What does this mean? It means drivers must pay attention to weather conditions, road conditions, and traffic patterns. By constantly scanning the road ahead, you can quickly formulate a plan to avoid danger. Last but not last, drivers need to make it a point to yield to pedestrians and cyclists. Pedestrians and cyclists in District of Columbia get the right of way, meaning drivers are responsible for their safety. This is all useful advice that if you use, you can develop into a motorist who can better manage traffic.
It can be overwhelming trying to recall all you need to know when it comes to safe driving much of which has to do with effective communication and keeping your head on a swivel. Our managing traffic test is an excellent way to see your knowledge about managing the road.
District of Columbia Managing the Road Test
It’s time to test your knowledge of what it takes to manage the road. To begin, press the start button below.
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More District of Columbia Drivers Tests
We have put together ten additional tests to help you practice for your District of Columbia Driver’s License. Click below and get practicing!
- District of Columbia Alcohol and Drugs Test
- District of Columbia Defensive Driving Test
- District of Columbia Driving Conditions Test
- District of Columbia Intersections Test
- District of Columbia Managing Traffic Test (current page)
- District of Columbia Parking Test
- District of Columbia Road Signs Test 1
- District of Columbia Road Signs Test 2
- District of Columbia Road Signs Test 3
- District of Columbia Sharing the Road Test