Younger drivers often may not understand how important it is to communicate while driving. By keeping your hands visible and using hand signals, you can let other motorists know what you’re doing and avoid potential accidents. Drivers also need to be aware of driving conditions whenever behind the wheel. This means being aware of everything from traffic patterns to the weather. When you keep close tabs on the road ahead you can react and respond appropriately. As one last point, always make it a point to give the right of way to pedestrians and cyclists. Pedestrians and cyclists in Nebraska have the right of way, meaning drivers are responsible for their safety. When you learn to communicate and manage traffic, you will develop into a better driver.
It can be overwhelming trying to recall all you need to know in regard to driving safely, and a lot of it has to do with effective communication and keeping your head on a swivel. If you want to be a safe Nebraska driver, this quiz is an excellent way to see your understanding about this topic.
Nebraska 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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