California Traffic School GoToTrafficSchool

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GoToTrafficSchool Quiz Answers

GoToTrafficSchool Chapter 1 Quiz Answers

True or False? When yielding, you are expected to allow other vehicles to move ahead of your vehicle by giving them the right-of-way.

  1. True
  2. False

The Golden Rules says: 

  1. You can speed through an intersection when the light turns yellow.
  2. Treat others in the same way you would wish others to treat you.
  3. Do not pass if there is a solid yellow line in the middle of the road.
  4. You must report a collision to the California DMV within ten days.

* What was featured in the video?

  1. Descriptions of different kinds of intersections.
  2. People being arrested for drunk driving.
  3. Cars, motorcycles, and pedestrians in traffic situations.
  4. A tutorial for parallel parking.

GoToTrafficSchool Chapter 2 Quiz Answers

True or False: When a vehicle is moving at 30 miles per hour, so is everything inside it.

  1. True
  2. False

California law states that child safety seats must be used for all children until they are at least ____ years of age or at least 4 feet 9 inches in height.

  1. 3
  2. 4
  3. 5
  4. 8

True or False? If your vehicle is equipped with airbags, you do not need to wear a safety belt.

  1. True
  2. False

* What color was the car in the illustrated diagram showing the different parts of a vehicle?

  1. Blue
  2. Silver
  3. Red
  4. Yellow

GoToTrafficSchool Chapter 3 Quiz Answers

On dry roads, it will take about _____ to react to a hazard and bring your car to a stop when traveling at 55 mph.

  1. 100 feet
  2. 400 feet
  3. 1,500 feet
  4. ½ mile

Which days of the week typically had more fatal collisions?

  1. Saturday and Sunday
  2. Friday and Saturday
  3. Monday and Wednesday
  4. Tuesday and Thursday

The speed limit on most California highways is _____ mph.

  1. 60
  2. 65
  3. 75
  4. 80

* What colors were the cars in the right of way animation?

  1. Blue, yellow, and red
  2. Yellow, pink, and purple
  3. Beige, grey, and black
  4. Silver, Gold, and Bronze

GoToTrafficSchool Chapter 4 Quiz Answers

A blind intersection is one in which there are no stop signs at any corner and you can see less than _____ feet in either direction down the crossing street during the last 100 feet before reaching the intersection.

  1. 50
  2. 100
  3. 150
  4. 200

Trucks, school buses, and trailer buses, as well as any vehicle towing a trailer or another vehicle, may not drive at a speed higher than _____ mph on a highway, even if the posted speed limit is higher. 

  1. 50
  2. 55
  3. 60
  4. 65

* This chapter contained images of:

  1. Speed limit signs
  2. Engine components
  3. Drunk drivers
  4. Valve trains

GoToTrafficSchool Chapter 5 Quiz Answers

Two solid yellow lines mean:

  1. Passing is allowed.
  2. Passing is discouraged .
  3. No passing.
  4. Pass at your own risk.

You are allowed to park your vehicle in a bicycle lane _____.

  1. Unless prohibited by a posted sign and so long as your vehicle does not impede the normal movement of a bicyclist.
  2. Only if you remain with your vehicle.
  3. Only long enough to pick up/drop off passengers or mail.
  4. Never - vehicles may never be left unattended in bicycle lanes.

* This chapter contained images of:

  1. Insurance rates
  2. Lane markings
  3. Adverse weather conditions
  4. Mufflers

GoToTrafficSchool Chapter 6 Quiz Answers

Because children might be playing behind parked vehicles without a driver’s knowledge, you should make a practice of:

  1. Honking your horn before driving.
  2. Checking your mirrors carefully.
  3. Driving slowly through parking lots.
  4. Walking behind and around your vehicle to check for them.

The proper procedure for backing up is to keep your foot on the _____ the entire time.

  1. Floor
  2. Clutch
  3. Brake pedal
  4. Accelerator

* What potential hazard was behind the vehicle in the image for backing up?

  1. Dog
  2. Tree
  3. Child
  4. Glass

GoToTrafficSchool Chapter 7 Quiz Answers

No U-turns are permitted where a driver cannot clearly see the roadway and traffic for _____ feet in both directions.

  1. 100
  2. 200
  3. 300
  4. 400

It is _____ to enter an intersection if your way through it is blocked, even if you have a green light.

  1. Legal
  2. Against the law
  3. Safe
  4. Strongly discouraged, but legal

* What were the videos in this chapter about?

  1. How to change your oil.
  2. How to properly start your car.
  3. How to negotiate various kinds of turns.
  4. How to tune up your engine.

GoToTrafficSchool Chapter 8 Quiz Answers

In which of the following situations should you refrain from passing another vehicle?

  1. The driver is slowing down and/or indicating their intent to turn right.
  2. The driver is looking at street signs.
  3. The driver is traveling at or close to the speed limit.
  4. All of the above.

True or False? On freeways, you are permitted to cross over the double parallel lines separating a carpool lane in order to pass another vehicle.

  1. True
  2. False

* This chapter showed several diagrams of cars on the road. What two colors were these cars?

  1. Green and white
  2. Purple and yellow
  3. Red and blue
  4. Black and silver

GoToTrafficSchool Chapter 9 Quiz Answers

_____ the brakes means pressing down on the brake pedal even when you are not actually stopping.

  1. Pressing
  2. Covering
  3. Slamming
  4. Riding

Both pedestrians and bicyclists are _____ vulnerable to injury in a collision than persons in vehicles.

  1. More
  2. Less
  3. Equally
  4. None of the above

* What was the video in this lesson about?

  1. Traffic congestion
  2. Expressways
  3. Pedestrians
  4. Traffic control signals

GoToTrafficSchool Chapter 10 Quiz Answers

Why should you create a space cushion between yourself and the driver in front of you when driving on the freeway?

  1. You have more time to react.
  2. You will avoid tailgating.
  3. You will reduce your chances of slamming into the car in front of you.
  4. All of the above.

75 mph is the maximum speed limit on most California freeways.

  1. True
  2. False

* In the “Entering the Freeway” animation, what colors were the three (3) vehicles?

  1. Red, Yellow, and White
  2. Red, Yellow, and Blue
  3. Pink, Grey, and Orange
  4. Silver, Black, and White

GoToTrafficSchool Chapter 11 Quiz Answers

If your brakes should happen to fail while driving downhill, you should:

  1. Switch to a lower gear (if possible), pump the pedal brake, and gradually trim speed with the parking brake.
  2. Find something soft to hit.
  3. Pump the gas pedal until the brakes begin working again.
  4. Immediately pull on the emergency brake.

When passing a slower-moving vehicle on a mountain road, you should:

  1. Floor the gas pedal to pass as quickly as possible.
  2. Pass slower than usual, to watch out for oncoming traffic.
  3. Motion to the driver to slow down so you can overtake them.
  4. Wait until they pull out at a turnout, or you come to a passing zone.

According to the video “Making Safer Roads,” the roadside hazards that are most frequently struck are all of the following EXCEPT:

  1. Guard rails
  2. Trees
  3. Bicycles and Pedestrians
  4. Utility Poles

* What was the video about?

  1. Roadside hazards
  2. Transporting livestock
  3. Mountain driving
  4. Using the clutch system

GoToTrafficSchool Chapter 12 Quiz Answers

When you notice a thick fog ahead of you while driving, you should reduce speed, but keep moving when entering the fog bank.

  1. True
  2. False

How do you maximize your visibility when driving in foggy conditions?

  1. Pull off the road.
  2. Use your low-beam headlights.
  3. Speed through the fog.
  4. All of the above.

* Which topic was NOT covered in this chapter?

  1. What to do when another motorist close to your vehicle is driving erratically.
  2. What to do when your vehicle begins to hydroplane.
  3. The importance of keeping your headlights and taillights clean.
  4. What to do when your vehicle is in a skid.

GoToTrafficSchool Chapter 13 Quiz Answers

According to the video “Drinking and Driving,” driving under the influence of alcohol can lead to all of the following EXCEPT:

  1. Arrest with potential jail time.
  2. Suspension of license.
  3. A fatal accident.
  4. None of the above.

Administrative Per Se law means your license can be immediately suspended if you are over the age of 21, driving a non-commercial vehicle, and arrested for driving with a BAC of .08% or more.

  1. True
  2. False

An ignition interlock device (IID) is a hand-held device attached to your vehicle that measures your _____ each time you start the vehicle.

  1. Heart rate
  2. Weight
  3. IQ
  4. Blood-Alcohol Content (BAC) Level

*Which image was NOT shown in this chapter?

  1. Cutaway diagram of the human body showing various organs.
  2. Various alcoholic beverages.
  3. A motorist being arrested.
  4. Blood Alcohol Concentration chart.

GoToTrafficSchool Chapter 14 Quiz Answers

If you have collided with a parked vehicle or other property and you are unable to locate the owner, what rules should you follow?

  1. Leave a note on the vehicle/property with your own name and contact address.
  2. Report the incident to CHP or the city Police Department.
  3. Both a & b
  4. Neither a & b

What word did Ashley text that ultimately killed her?

  1. Cool
  2. Yeah
  3. Nice
  4. Haha

Vehicle operators are solely responsible for avoiding collisions with pedestrians. Pedestrians are not required to be responsible insofar as protecting themselves from being struck by a vehicle.

  1. True
  2. False

* Which of the following is shown in the bicycle safety video?

  1. A bicyclist falls off his bike while emerging from a tunnel.
  2. A bicyclist and a pedestrian collide on a city sidewalk.
  3. A bicyclist has to swerve to avoid colliding with a car that is backing out.
  4. A bicyclist has to raise his front wheel to jump over the vehicle.

GoToTrafficSchool Chapter 15 Quiz Answers

_____ paint on a curb means no stopping, standing, parking, loading, or unloading.

  1. White
  2. Yellow
  3. Green
  4. Red

A construction area is represented by orange-colored signs.

  1. True
  2. False

* Which description best fits the motorist in the road code video?

  1. Man with brown hair.
  2. Woman with blonde hair.
  3. Man with long white beard.
  4. Woman with white hair.

GoToTrafficSchool Chapter 16 Quiz Answers

What is the minimum age to receive an instructional permit?

  1. 14 years, 9 months old
  2. 15 years, 6 months old
  3. 16 years old
  4. 17 years old

Revocation of a license occurs when a driver:

  1. Violates terms of his or her probation for the fourth time.
  2. Is convicted of reckless driving that injures another.
  3. Is convicted of a hit and run.
  4. All of the above.


GoToTrafficSchool Final Exam Answers

Diamond lanes, with the exception of motorcycles and certain hybrid
vehicles in California, are reserved for vehicles with:

  1. Children
  2. The elderly
  3. Two or more people
  4. Four or more people

________ refers to speeding without realizing it.

  1. Highway hypnosis
  2. Velocitation
  3. Road rage
  4. Inertia

A _______ limit applies when traveling near school zones.

  1. 10 mph
  2. 20 mph
  3. 25 mph
  4. 35 mph

What kinds of drugs can potentially result in a driver being charged
with a DUI?

  1. Narcotics
  2. Stimulants
  3. Depressants
  4. All of the above

According to the Basic Speed Law, if conditions make it unsafe to
follow posted speed limits, you should:

  1. Reduce your speed to less than the maximum posted speed limit.
  2. Maintain your speed as close as possible to the maximum posted speed limit.
  3. Increase your speed to more than the maximum posted speed limit.
  4. Increase your speed to more than the minimum posted speed limit.

TRUE or FALSE? It is illegal to hang items from the rear-view mirror if they can potentially block your view of the environment.

  1. True
  2. False

If you see someone driving the wrong way on a one-way street, you should:

  1. Flash your lights at them.
  2. Honk your horn at them.
  3. Slow down and be ready to stop or pull over to the side to avoid hitting the wrong-way driver.
  4. All of the above.

Headlights should be switched on by law no later than:

  1. 9:00 p.m.
  2. Sunset
  3. Dusk
  4. 30 minutes after sunset

A motorist is guilty of ____________ when he/she operates a motor
vehicle in a manner which endangers or is likely to endanger persons or property.

  1. Defensive driving
  2. Aggressive driving
  3. Road rage
  4. None of the above

TRUE or FALSE? You may pass on a two-way road that is marked with a broken yellow line.

  1. True
  2. False

TRUE or FALSE? You should activate your turn signal at least 5
seconds before passing on freeways.

  1. True
  2. False

_______ paint on a curb allows you to stop long enough to load and unload passengers or objects.

  1. White
  2. Yellow
  3. Green
  4. Blue

If one of your front tires blows out, you should:

  1. Engage your emergency brake.
  2. Hold the steering wheel firmly on a straight course.
  3. Bring your car to an immediate stop.
  4. Shift to neutral.

If your accelerator gets stuck, you should:

  1. Turn your wheel sharply to the right and allow your vehicle to skid to a stop.
  2. Shift into neutral.
  3. Use your emergency brake.
  4. Pump the accelerator.

When exiting the freeway on an off-ramp with a posted speed limit, you should:

  1. Drop your speed to half of the speed limit at which your car was traveling on the freeway immediately.
  2. Increase your speed.
  3. Gradually slow your speed to the posted speed limit.
  4. Continue at your current speed because drivers exiting a freeway have the right-of-way.

To avoid collisions when making a right turn, you should __________

  1. Drive as close as is practical to the right edge of the roadway.
  2. Signal about 100 feet before the turn.
  3. Reduce your rate of speed.
  4. All of the above.

TRUE or FALSE? Talking on a hands-free phone is considered a
dangerous driver distraction.

  1. True
  2. False

Which of the following visual habits can help reduce the chances of a collision?

  1. Performing a head check before moving into another lane.
  2. Looking directly for oncoming traffic and pedestrians when turning right on a red light, rather than just using peripheral vision.
  3. Wearing prescription lenses or glasses if your eyes need them to see clearly.
  4. All of the above.

Pedestrians are not allowed to walk on ________________ unless
there is a sidewalk more than three feet wide and signs permitting
pedestrian access.

  1. Toll bridges or highway crossings.
  2. Freeways or park sidewalks.
  3. Railroad tracks or crosswalks.
  4. None of the above.

Texting while driving in California is ___________.

  1. Illegal for ALL drivers.
  2. Illegal, but only for drivers under 18.
  3. Illegal, but only for drivers under 21.
  4. Legal for all drivers, but STRONGLY discouraged.

If an enraged driver is following you on the freeway and you are
concerned for your safety, you should:

  1. Get off at the next exit and go to a safe place, like a police station, if they are still following you.
  2. Open your window and try to talk to them.
  3. Pull over to the side of the road and settle the dispute.
  4. Try to escape by accelerating ahead of them.

Which of the following is permitted use of your horn?

  1. You reasonably believe safety would be compromised without sounding the horn.
  2. Another driver honked at you for no apparent reason.
  3. You see a friend driving by.
  4. You are picking someone up at their house and want them to come outside.

You may drive to the left of a broken yellow line when:

  1. Overtaking a vehicle when it is safe to do so.
  2. Turning left into a driveway.
  3. Turning left into a side road.
  4. All of the above.

High beams should be used instead of low beams in which of the
following circumstances?

  1. When driving in crowded city streets at night.
  2. When driving in poorly lit areas, such as open countryside
    at night.
  3. When you want to give other drivers a message.
  4. When exiting and entering freeway ramps only.

Where are you NOT allowed to make a U-turn?

  1. In front of fire stations.
  2. A lane other than the very left-hand lane at controlled
    intersections.
  3. One-way streets.
  4. All of the above.

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