Younger drivers often don’t realize the importance of effectively communicating as they drive. When you do things like making your hands visible on your steering wheel and knowing how to use correct hand signals when your turning signals are not working, you are able to communicate to others on the road what you’re doing and avoid potential accidents. It’s also important to be aware of the condition of roadways every moment you’re behind the wheel. What does this mean? It means drivers must pay attention to anything that can impact your vehicle’s path. When you keep close tabs on the road ahead you’ll be able to react and respond appropriately. Last but not last, always remember to yield to pedestrians and cyclists. Pedestrians and cyclists in Oklahoma get the right of way, and it’s our responsibility as drivers to ensure their safety. When you learn to communicate and manage traffic, you can become a better driver.
It can be overwhelming trying to recall all you need to know when it comes to being a safe driver much of which focuses on communication and monitoring road conditions. Our managing traffic test is an excellent tool to see how much you know about managing the road.
Oklahoma Managing the Road Test
Buckle up and prepare for some difficult questions on managing the road. To begin, press the start button below.
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More Oklahoma Drivers Tests
We have put together ten additional tests to help you practice for your Oklahoma Driver’s License. Click below and get practicing!
- Oklahoma Alcohol and Drugs Test
- Oklahoma Defensive Driving Test
- Oklahoma Driving Conditions Test
- Oklahoma Intersections Test
- Oklahoma Managing Traffic Test (current page)
- Oklahoma Parking Test
- Oklahoma Road Signs Test 1
- Oklahoma Road Signs Test 2
- Oklahoma Road Signs Test 3
- Oklahoma Sharing the Road Test