The Best Orange County Online Traffic School MyImprov

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Here you can find ALL the Improv traffic school answers for both the chapter quizzes AND the final exam as well.

Please note, these answers are for the California course, so some questions may be slightly different depending on your state.

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Improv Online Traffic School Quiz Answers

Improv Chapter 1 Content Quiz

Driving on a suspended license (first offense) will result in:

  1. a misdemeanor conviction on your criminal record.
  2. a jail sentence of between five days and six months.
  3. a fine between $300 and $1,000.
  4. All of these answers are correct.

Which of the following is not a pedestrian?

  1. Any person on foot
  2. A person on roller skates
  3. A bicyclist
  4. A handicapped person on a tricycle

Extreme weather makes it difficult for drivers because it reduces:

  1. speed, eyesight and your vehicle's GPS.
  2. visibility, traction and distance judgement.
  3. traffic, hitchhikers and tailgaters.

According to California Vehicle Code Section 22651, your vehicle can get impounded by the police if the registration expiration date is more than ______ before the date it's found or operated on the highway, public lands, or an off-street parking facility.

  1. six months
  2. one month
  3. 9 months
  4. one year

Driving a motor vehicle is:

  1. A Constitutionally protected right of every citizen.
  2. A privilege.
  3. The law.
  4. Thrilling.

Improv Chapter 2 Content Quiz

Perception Distance + Reaction Distance + Braking Distance = _____________.

  1. Peripheral vision.
  2. Total stopping distance.
  3. Reaction time.
  4. The distance from point A to point B.

If a traffic signal is inoperative:

  1. it should be treated as a four-way stop sign.
  2. traffic on the major road has the right-of-way.
  3. you may proceed without stopping if no other vehicles are in sight.
  4. None of these answers are correct.

You can maintain a proper following distance by:

  1. driving just under the speed limit.
  2. tailgating the vehicle in front of you.
  3. driving at one car length behind the vehicle in front of you.
  4. using the 3-second rule.

Tailgating is against the law and will limit your options for escape in case of emergency.

  1. TRUE
  2. FALSE

If someone is tailgating your vehicle, you should:

  1. Let the tailgater pass, even if it means gently slowing down
  2. Tap hard on your brakes to scare them into pulling back
  3. Pick up speed so to increase the following distance
  4. Roll down the window and offer the other driver a friendly hand gesture.

Improv Chapter 3 Content Quiz

In California, it is illegal to drive a vehicle while using a cell phone:

  1. to talk unless the driver uses a hands-free device.
  2. to read or send text or email messages.
  3. to use an app.
  4. All of these answers are correct.

According to the Insurance Information Network of California, you can expect your single DUI conviction to cost at least _________.

  1. $10,000
  2. $3,000
  3. $2,000
  4. $1,000

Electronic device use while driving is ___________.

  1. Increasing
  2. Decreasing

You may be considered a ______ of a motor vehicle, which will result in license suspension, if your driving record shows 4 or more points in 12 months.

  1. good person
  2. responsible citizen
  3. negligent operator
  4. safe operator

Some dangerous examples of multi-tasking while driving are:

  1. Eating/Drinking
  2. Talking on the cell phone
  3. Putting on makeup
  4. All of the Above

Improv Chapter 4 Content Quiz

A traffic break is ______.

  1. Time to stop and take a coffee break
  2. A snack to take your mind off the traffic
  3. When you finally get out of the heavy traffic
  4. A maneuver used by law enforcement.

It is not possible to predict the exact speed that will result in hydroplaning, because of several variables. Which one of the following does not factor in?

  1. What is in the water on the road
  2. Weight of the vehicle
  3. Tread depth on your tires
  4. Ground clearance of the vehicle

You may not make a U-Turn ___________.

  1. when you cannot clearly see in each direction because of a curve, hill, rain, fog, etc.
  2. on a one-way street
  3. where a “No U-Turn” sign is posted
  4. All of these answers are correct.

Solid yellow lines indicate:

  1. lane separation for traffic flowing in that direction.
  2. no passing in either direction.
  3. a passing zone for traffic going in that direction.
  4. a crosswalk.

Crosswalks are one of four types of:

  1. basic pavement markings.
  2. edge stripping.
  3. limit lines.
  4. centerline striping.

Improv Chapter 5 Content Quiz

The first thing you should do when you are confronted with an aggressive and angry driver is:

  1. make every attempt to get out of their way.
  2. return rude gestures to them
  3. give them the evil eye
  4. challenge them by speeding up or attempting to hold-your-own in your travel lane.

Violent traffic disputes are usually the result of a single incident.

  1. TRUE
  2. FALSE

Which one of the following is not a typical collision factor?

  1. Making safe lane changes.
  2. Speeding
  3. Driving on the wrong side of the road.
  4. Distracted driving

You should use your turn signals to let other drivers know your plans:

  1. before pulling next to (or away from) a curb.
  2. before turning.
  3. before changing lanes.
  4. All of these answers are correct.

A person convicted of drag racing:

  1. Can be ordered to perform 40 hours of community service.
  2. Can have their license suspended.
  3. Both of these answers are correct.
  4. None of these answers are correct; speed contests are not illegal.

Improv Chapter 6 Content Quiz

In a vehicle traveling at 20 miles per hour, the force of your car impacting a surface is ______ times as great as at 10 MPH.

  1. Two
  2. Four
  3. Six
  4. Twelve

California law requires that you turn on your headlights:

  1. Anytime during "darkness," which is defined as 30 minutes after sunset until 30 minutes before sunrise.
  2. Anytime during inclement weather when windshield wipers are in continuous use due to rain, mist, snow, fog, or other precipitation or atmospheric moisture.
  3. Anytime during inclement weather when the driver cannot clearly see a person or another motor vehicle on the highway from at least 1,000 feet.
  4. All of these answers are correct.

At night, it is acceptable to only use your parking lights if the area in which you are driving is well lit.

  1. TRUE
  2. FALSE

California law requires that all children be secured in the REAR SEAT of a vehicle in an approved child safety seat (car seat or booster seat) until the age of ____, or until they reach a height of 4 feet 9 inches.

  1. 6
  2. 8
  3. 10
  4. 12


  1. help absorb impact during a crash.
  2. help prevent whiplash in a crash.
  3. keep you from moving around the vehicle in a crash.
  4. help reduce the force of impact in a crash.

Improv Traffic School Final Exam Answers

The first step in becoming an aware driver is to:

  1. Identify your weaknesses, strengths, and emotional state while driving.
  2. Identify what you do best
  3. Identify what others do wrong
  4. Identify the shortest route home

_____ and only _____ are responsible for your attitude.

  1. Your passengers
  2. You
  3. Other drivers on the road
  4. None of the above

Which things severely impair your driving skills?

  1. Emotions
  2. Poor peripheral vision
  3. Fatigue (exhaustion and lack of sleep)
  4. All of these answers are correct.

The law prohibits a person from _____ an Electric Vehicle/”EV”-designated parking space.

  1. Chagring an electric scooter in
  2. Charging an electric vehicle in
  3. Barring access to
  4. All of these answers are correct

Drinking an driving will cause a negative _____ impact.

  1. Financial
  2. Emotional
  3. Societal
  4. All of these answers are correct.

In California, who is required to wear a seat belt?

  1. Only the driver.
  2. Only the driver and front seat passenger.
  3. All passengers in the vehicle.
  4. No one in the vehicle is required to wear a seat belt.

Your vehicle is required to have a while light on your license plate which should make the numbers on the plate readable from a distance of 50 feet.

  1. TRUE
  2. FALSE

The DMV is required to cancel the registration on your vehicle if:

  1. The registered owner fails to provide evidence of insurance within 30 days after the issuance of a registration card upon initial registration or transfer of ownership.
  2. DMV is notified that a policy has been cancelled and a replacement policy has not been submitted within 45 days.
  3. The registration is obtained by providing false evidence and insurance.
  4. All of these answers are correct.

Kaitlyn’s Law prohibits parents or guardians from leaving a child 6 years old or under in a vehicle unattended without the supervision of a person who is 12 years of age or older.

  1. TRUE
  2. FALSE

All drives or passengers of motorcycles, motor-driven cycles, or motorized bicycles are required by California law to wear a safety helmet.

  1. TRUE
  2. FALSE

What is the best position for your vehicle to avoid problems with the vehicle’s blind spot?

  1. Ahead or behind the other vehicle.
  2. Right next to the other vehicle.
  3. With a bunch of other vehicles.
  4. None of these answers are correct.

Large trucks:

  1. Are easy to stop in case of emergency.
  2. Have a larger blind spot.
  3. Can easily see your car.
  4. Always drive like maniacs

Driving through an intersection is _____

  1. A simple driving maneuver.
  2. The same as driving on regular roadways.
  3. One of the most complex traffic situations motorists’ may encounter.
  4. None of these answers are correct.

What does the letter ‘P’ represent in the S.P.I.D.E.R. method?

  1. Predict what the other driver will do in a given situation.
  2. Pass with caution.
  3. Protect all passengers in your vehicle.
  4. Pedestrians always have the right-of-way.

When driving in fog or snow: 

  1. Drive at the posted speed limit.
  2. Drive faster to reduce the amount of time you will be out on the road.,
  3. Use your high beams.
  4. Use your low beams.

Which of these would you consider impaired drivers?

  1. Any driver who has consumed any alcohol or other drug.
  2. Angry drivers.
  3. Distracted drivers.
  4. All of these answers are correct.

What is the leading cause of death for teenagers between the ages of 15-20 years?

  1. Cancer
  2. Vehicle crashes
  3. Suicide
  4. Murder

If someone is trying to pass you on the left, which of the following actions should you NOT take?

  1. Keep in your lane.
  2. Increase your speed to make it difficult for the person to pass you.
  3. Move to the right as far as you safely can.
  4. Make it safe and easy as you can for the other driver to pass you.

Crosswalks are always located at intersections.

  1. TRUE
  2. FALSE

Aggressive driving is:

  1. Driving under the influence of alcohol.
  2. Driving with a lack or courtesy, breaking the rules and angry driving.
  3. Fighting with people at stop lights.
  4. Only being concerned with yourself and not paying attention to the other drivers on the road.

Collisions are rarely cause by someone driving on the wrong side of the road.

  1. TRUE
  2. FALSE

Per California law, a person who commits a criminal assault using a motor vehicle (commonly known as “road rage”) against either another motor vehicle, an operator of a bicycle or a pedestrian will:

  1. Be sentenced to imprisonment for either 2, 3 or 4 years in State prison or not more than 1 year in a county jail.
  2. Be ordered to pay a fine up to $10,000.
  3. Get their driver’s license suspended for up to 6 months or may be ordered to complete a court approved course on either anger management or “road rage.”
  4. All of these answers are correct.

What color are the vehicle’s front turn signals?

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

When high beams are activated, the symbol on the dashboard is typically _____.

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

What color should your back up ligh be?

  1. White
  2. Red
  3. Amber
  4. Blue


All Improv traffic school quiz and final exam answers are correct for their California Online Traffic School course as of October 9, 2021. 

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