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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #12634: Californian driving test
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    Californian driving test


    California Driver's Exam

    This is a true driving test taken by young Californians in 1995. Would you have passed or failed it?





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    1. When a school bus with flashing red lights has stopped on the road ahead of you, you must:

    2. When you hear the siren or see the red emergency light of a closely approaching ambulance, police vehicle, or fire truck, you must:

    3. If you are arrested for drunk driving and refuse to submit to a chemical test of the alcohol content of your blood:

    4. What is a general rule for passenger vehicles regarding blind spots for large trucks and buses?

    5. Orange colored signs and flags can mean be alert for:

    6. You may not 'double park':

    7. If a traffic light is red, but a police officer or firefighter on duty tells you to go ahead, you should:

    8. When stopping for any reason along a highway, other than as required by traffic, you should stop:

    9. If you are involved in a collision:

    10. You have a restriction on your license that states 'must wear corrective lenses.' You lost your glasses the day before. What should you do?

    11. Looking ahead while driving means that you should:

    12. Should you signal when you don't see any vehicles around?

    13. Blocking an intersection during 'rush hour' traffic is:

    14. The maximum legal blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level for persons age 18 or older is:

    15. When you come to a corner where there is a flashing yellow light, you must:

    16. When you follow too closely and another driver cuts suddenly in front of you, what is the best thing to do?

    17. Which of the following could best contribute to improve traffic flow?

    18. You must always look carefully for motorcycles before you change lanes or make a left turn because they:

    19. Carpool lanes are marked with a diamond symbol. To use these lanes during the special hours shown on the signs, you must:

    20. A flashing red traffic light at an intersection means that you must:









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