Maine 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 those new to driving to figure out the correct techniques to drive safely in all types of weather.

By learning how to drive safely in all kinds of weather conditions, you’ll be far less likely to be in an accident when facing adverse conditions. Driving can be a challenging task, particularly when you are just starting to learn. There’s much to focus on, and it can be difficult to know what to do in every situation. This quiz will cover subjects like how to steer out of a skid on ice, how to safely change lanes in inclement weather, and in general how drivers should deal with bad weather. After you’ve worked through all of the questions you will have a better understanding of how to handle yourself behind the wheel.

Maine Driving Conditions Test

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Driving Conditions Test
10 Questions, No Time Limit
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What should you do to combat the glare of approaching headlights?

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Which lights should you use while driving in fog?

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What is the minimum following distance under ideal driving conditions?

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A road is more likely to be covered in ice if it is...

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

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Which of the following is NOT true regarding winter driving conditions?

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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?

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When it starts raining you should do what to avoid an accident?

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Which of the following should you not do to remain safe while driving in the rain?

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When driving through a construction area you should...

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