How Much Do You Know About Driving In America?

Driving in America isn't the same as driving in other parts of the world. With so many rules and laws to follow, keeping up isn't always a breeze. How much do you know about driving in America? Enough to pass this test? Press start to begin!
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What exactly is a DUI?
Driving Under Interstates
Driving with Unknown Insurance
Driving Under the Influence
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What does a solid double yellow line on a background mean?
Pass with caution
No passing
Passing only on the right
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If the indicator lights fail on your car, what can you use instead?
Written sign on the window
Hand signals
Horn beeps
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What is America's policy on hitchhiking?
Pick them up if they look clean.
It's prohibited in most states.
It's okay if you're over 21.
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If you are at an intersection with another car and they flash their lights, what does that mean?
There's an accident.
They are giving you the right away.
They are saying "me first."
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When parallel parking, what is the proper way to leave your vehicle parked at the curb?
Anyway you can get it parked.
No more than 12 inches from the curb.
A little on the curb.
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When you're at an intersection and your light is red, can you make any turns?
Yes, a left turn.
Yes, a right turn (in most states).
No, neither.
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What is the mandatory color order, top to bottom (or left to right) on traffic lights?
Red, green, yellow.
Red, yellow, green.
Green, red, yellow.
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What side of the road is the American driver to drive on?
The right side
The left side
It depends on the state
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What can happen to you if you pass a school bus with flashing red lights
Jail time
Community service
All of the above
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What does a black "X" with "RR" in a yellow circle mean?
School bus stop
Railroad crossing, use caution
Railroad crossing, do not pass
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When coming to a four-way stop intersection, which car gets to go first, then next, etc.?
Whoever is making a right turn, then it proceeds counterclockwise.
You just stop, then go as soon as you want to - they’ll stop.
Whoever gets there first goes, then it proceeds counterclockwise.
Result
When it comes to driving in America, you may want to re-take that driver's ed course. In fact, you should probably stay off the roads for the time being. While you may love a nice long drive, you're not exactly keen on the rules of the US just yet!

C+, Driving Drag

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Odds are, you passed your high school driver's ed course with flying colors. It seems as if you know all about driving in America. Sure, rules can vary slightly from state to state, but you have a solid handle on the basics. Now go ahead and hop in the car for a joyride!

B+, Driving Adept

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Not only did you likely pass driver's ed with total ease, but you seem to be a skilled driver with a mind for the basics. You know that without simple rules, driving is complete anarchy! Though some rules vary from state to state, you know your US driving laws far better than the average Joe behind the wheel. Go ahead and take that joy ride, you've earned it!

A+, Driving Ace

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1
What exactly is a DUI?
Driving Under Interstates
Driving with Unknown Insurance
Driving Under the Influence
2
What does a solid double yellow line on a background mean?
Pass with caution
No passing
Passing only on the right
3
If the indicator lights fail on your car, what can you use instead?
Written sign on the window
Hand signals
Horn beeps
4
What is America's policy on hitchhiking?
Pick them up if they look clean.
It's prohibited in most states.
It's okay if you're over 21.
5
If you are at an intersection with another car and they flash their lights, what does that mean?
There's an accident.
They are giving you the right away.
They are saying "me first."
6
When parallel parking, what is the proper way to leave your vehicle parked at the curb?
Anyway you can get it parked.
No more than 12 inches from the curb.
A little on the curb.
7
When you're at an intersection and your light is red, can you make any turns?
Yes, a left turn.
Yes, a right turn (in most states).
No, neither.
8
What is the mandatory color order, top to bottom (or left to right) on traffic lights?
Red, green, yellow.
Red, yellow, green.
Green, red, yellow.
9
What side of the road is the American driver to drive on?
The right side
The left side
It depends on the state
10
What can happen to you if you pass a school bus with flashing red lights
Jail time
Community service
All of the above
11
What does a black "X" with "RR" in a yellow circle mean?
School bus stop
Railroad crossing, use caution
Railroad crossing, do not pass
12
When coming to a four-way stop intersection, which car gets to go first, then next, etc.?
Whoever is making a right turn, then it proceeds counterclockwise.
You just stop, then go as soon as you want to - they’ll stop.
Whoever gets there first goes, then it proceeds counterclockwise.