Montana Driving Conditions Test

Different weather conditions can seriously alter the safety of a road or highway. For these reasons it’s a big deal for those new to driving to gain experience driving in all types of weather.

If it’s raining while you’re driving, you will want to drive slower and allow for more distance between you and the car in front of you. A wet road is a slippery road, and it can be harder to stop or turn quickly. In snowy weather, it’s important to keep your speed down and give yourself extra time to brake. You might also need to use different winter tires to get traction on icy roads. And in high winds, it’s important to be aware of big trucks and buses that may be pushed into your lane.

Montana Driving Conditions Test

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Driving Conditions Test
10 Questions, No Time Limit
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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?

2 / 10

Which lights should you use while driving in fog?

3 / 10

What is the completely safe speed when driving in snow?

4 / 10

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

5 / 10

What is the minimum following distance under ideal driving conditions?

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When driving through a construction area you should...

7 / 10

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

8 / 10

When driving on a slippery surface such as snow or ice, you should...

9 / 10

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

10 / 10

If you are driving in heavy rain situations, you should use...

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