New Hampshire Sharing the Road Test

All the driving classes in the world won’t prepare you for what it’s like actually being on the road and learning to be part of the driving environment and sharing the road with others. Gaining the knowledge and skills to cooperatively use our streets and highways along with other motorists is necessary to be a responsible New Hampshire driver. When you are behind the wheel, you need to be aware of everything around you including emergency vehicles, pedestrians, and cyclists. Though there’s always opportunities to squeeze in front of another car by flooring it, it is important to remember other drivers have a right to their safety as well. By being patient and following the rules of the road, you can help to keep everyone safe.

It can be difficult to pay attention to their surroundings around you while you’re behind the wheel, however, we must all keep in mind how important it is to share our roadways. To help make sure everyone stays safe, we’ve put together a quiz about how drivers must share the road with others. All drivers must keep in mind, driving is a responsibility. We appreciate you taking the time with this quiz to improve your knowledge and skills!

New Hampshire Sharing the Road Test

Test your knowledge of what it takes to share the road. Press start to begin.

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Sharing the Road Test
10 Questions, No Time Limit
Click "Start" to Begin.

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When an ambulance or other emergency vehicle approaches with its lights flashing you must...

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If a pedestrian crosses in front of you in an area that's not a crosswalk you should...

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If you experience a blown our tire what should you do?

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It takes the average person how long to process the alcohol from two beers?

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How does alcohol impact your driving ability?

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When stopping behind a school bus you should...

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If an emergency vehicle approaches you from behind on a one way street you should...

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If a school bus is in front of you and the red lights are flashing you should...

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In a situation where your car breaks down on the road you should...

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Why do people tend to have more crashes in construction/work zones?

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The average score is 86%

More New Hampshire Drivers Tests

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