Georgia Intersections Test

Intersections are one of the most dangerous areas on the road. Thousands of accidents occur each year at intersections in the United States. While some of these accidents result in limited damage, others can be quite serious. Learning the rules and regulations related to how to drive through intersections is a key piece of the puzzle for anyone who wants to earn their driver’s license.

When you take the time to learn how the ins and outs of an intersection, it’s a big step towards keeping safe once you have your license. Driving through an intersection are often confusing, but as you gain experience, you’ll soon forget that they were once a challenge.

Georgia Intersections Test

See if you’re in over your head with our intersection quiz. Hit the start button to begin.

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Intersections Test
10 Questions, No Time Limit
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You intend to make a right turn at the next intersection, you should...

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A flashing red light at an intersection means what?

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When making a right turn your car should be positioned...

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The driver in front of you has their left arm out the window with their hand extended upward. What are they signaling?

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Your vehicle has the right of way when...

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You yield right of way at an intersection to oncoming vehicles when you are...

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To turn left from a one way street with multiple lanes onto a one way street, you should begin your turn from...

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Where should you stop at an intersection where there is a stop sign, but there is no stop line or crosswalk present?

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If two cars enter an intersection simultaneously, with one turning left and one going straight, who has the right of way?

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The driver in front of you has their left arm out the window with their hand extended downward. What are they signaling?

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