Kentucky Driving Conditions Test

Rain, snow, or shine, different types of weather can seriously alter the safety of a road or highway. That’s why it’s important for younger drivers to gain experience driving in every kind of weather condition.

When it’s raining, you should slow down and increase your following distance. Wet roads can be slippery, which makes it harder to stop. When it snows, you’ll be safer driving slower so it’s easier to stop. In some cases winter weather might require you to add specific tires to get traction on icy roads. When driving in intense wind areas, you need to keep an eye out for big vehicles that might veer into you.

Kentucky Driving Conditions Test

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Driving Conditions Test
10 Questions, No Time Limit
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When coming to a stop on a slippery road the best approach is to...

2 / 10

When on the road at night you should be able to stop...

3 / 10

You should turn off your high beams when an oncoming car is within...

4 / 10

When wheels on one side of your car hit a soft shoulder, what is the correct course of action to get back on a highway?

5 / 10

If you can't see a car length in front of you in fog you should...

6 / 10

What should you do to combat the glare of approaching headlights?

7 / 10

When driving down a dark country road you should...

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When driving through a construction area you should...

9 / 10

Which lights should you use while driving in fog?

10 / 10

You can reduce your risk of hydroplaning by?

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