Many new drivers don’t realize how important it is to communicate as they drive. By keeping your hands visible and using hand signals, drivers are able to communicate to others on the road what you’re doing which keeps everyone safer. It’s also important to be aware of the condition of roadways every moment you’re behind the wheel. This means being aware of anything that can impact your vehicle’s path. When you keep close tabs on the road ahead you can quickly formulate a plan to avoid danger. Last but not last, drivers need to remember to give the right of way to pedestrians and cyclists. Pedestrians and cyclists in West Virginia have the right of way, and it’s our responsibility as drivers to ensure their safety. This is all useful advice that if you use, you will develop into a better driver.
There’s a lot to remember in regard to driving safely, and a lot of it has to do with effective communication and keeping your head on a swivel. Our managing traffic test is the perfect way to gauge how much you know about managing the road.
West Virginia 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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More West Virginia Drivers Tests
We have put together ten additional tests to help you practice for your West Virginia Driver’s License. Click below and get practicing!
- West Virginia Alcohol and Drugs Test
- West Virginia Defensive Driving Test
- West Virginia Driving Conditions Test
- West Virginia Intersections Test
- West Virginia Managing Traffic Test (current page)
- West Virginia Parking Test
- West Virginia Road Signs Test 1
- West Virginia Road Signs Test 2
- West Virginia Road Signs Test 3
- West Virginia Sharing the Road Test