Colorado Driver Hand Book
Luật lái Xe TB. Colorado (Test #12)
201.- A lighted red arrow indicates that
you may not proceed in the direction indicated by the arrow.
you may slowly proceed in the direction indicated by the arrow
you may not increase the speed of the vehicle in the direction indicated by the arrow
you may proceed only after yielding to pedestrians and other traffic
202.- If you are being followed too closely (tailgated),
slow down and encourage the driver behind you to pass.
stop your car on the road and argue with the driver following you
tap your horn to warn the driver
increase your speed to avoid the driver behind you
203.- On a multilane roundabout, if you intend to exit the roundabout less than halfway around it, use
the right lane.
the left lane
the center lane
none of the above
204.- A headrest should be adjusted so that the head restraint contacts the back of the head. This prevents
neck injuries if your vehicle is hit from behind.
accidents from behind
tightening of the seat belt during accidents
bodily injuries in a head-on collision
205.- Flashing arrow panels may be used in work zones to
indicate the permissible speed limit
direct vehicles into certain parking areas
stop all vehicles near a work zone
guide drivers into certain lanes.
206.- When you are changing lanes, which of the following is NOT a correct maneuver?
Look in your rear-view and side mirrors
Do not take your eyes off the road ahead for more than an instant
To check your blind spots, look over your shoulder in the direction you plan to move
When you turn your head to check your blind spots, turn the steering wheel.
207.- At an intersection, a steady, lighted yellow arrow pointing left indicates to the driver that
the left turn signal is about to change to red.
he or she must increase speed
oncoming traffic is stopped and he or she may turn left
none of the above are true
208.- If you see a double solid yellow line in the center of the roadway, it means that
passing is permitted at night
no passing is permitted.
passing is permitted during the day
passing is permitted anytime
209.- Which of the following statements about a freeway is NOT correct?
Most freeways have deceleration lanes to assist the driver in exiting the freeway
Freeways are designed to handle higher-speed traffic safely
Enter a freeway smoothly by accelerating on the entrance ramp to match the speed of the traffic
Cross a solid line immediately after entering the freeway or immediately before exiting the freeway.
210.- When a vehicle is being driven, unbalanced tires and low tire pressure can cause
decreased stopping distance
increased fuel economy
faster tire wear.
all of the above
211.- If an emergency vehicle is moving in your lane while displaying flashing red lights or using a siren, you must
increase your speed and clear the lane
reduce your speed and continue slowly
proceed at normal speed
pull over to the curb and stop.
212.- What is the best way to handle a curve?
Slow down before entering the curve.
Stay on your side of the road and drive as far to the left as possible
Begin to turn the vehicle just prior to the curve and quickly increase your speed
Gradually increase your speed before entering the curve
213.- You must not pass on two-lane highways in all of the following situations EXCEPT
while crossing or within 100 feet of an intersection
when there is a dashed yellow line on your side of the center dividing line.
while crossing or within 100 feet of a railroad crossing
when approaching the top of a hill or on a curve and there is no clear view ahead
214.- When you come to a school or church bus that is stopped on any roadway to load or unload passengers, you must
slow down and proceed with caution
stop and remain stopped until all the people have cleared the roadway
increase your speed and pass the bus quickly
continue at the same speed
215.- Reference markers are mile markers placed along the outside shoulder to mark the edge of the roadway. They convey information to drivers about
the posted speed limits on the road
their locations on the roadway for navigation and emergency purposes.
the condition of the interstate
216.- What should you do if you miss your exit on an expressway?
Back up to reach your exit.
Try to turn around
Stop and ask for help
Proceed to the next exit
217.- If you approach a roundabout, always enter to the _______ of the central island.
218.- When stopped for a traffic violation, which of the following documents must be provided by the driver?
Proof of insurance
All of the above.
219.- If a pedestrian with a white cane or a guide dog is waiting at a crosswalk, you must
come to a complete stop.
reduce your speed and proceed slowly
beep your horn to let the pedestrian know you're there
increase your speed and move quickly
220.- If you are on a single- or two-lane road and come to an intersection with a divided highway or a roadway with three or
yield the right-of-way to other traffic.
make a left turn to merge into the traffic
stop and make a right turn to merge into the traffic
do none of the above
221.- At an intersection where there are no stop signs or traffic signals, drivers should yield to
vehicles approaching from behind
ehicles coming from the right.
vehicles coming from the left
vehicles passing straight ahead
222.- Vehicles approaching a roundabout must n
come to a complete stop and wait for the traffic in the circle to clear
yield to the traffic in the circle.
enter the roundabout at a speed of 35 mph
enter the roundabout to the left of the central island
223.- When a highway is divided into two roadways by a median or barrier,
you can drive across the median or barrier to make a left turn
you can drive across the median or barrier in emergencies
you must not drive across the median or barrier except to make a U-turn
you must not drive across the median or barrier except at an approved crossover.
224.- To enter a freeway, you should
enter the freeway at a minimum speed
enter the freeway at or near the speed of freeway traffic.
stop before merging into freeway traffic
stop and yield to the traffic in the freeway
225.- Which of the following statements is true about driving on highways?
(COLORADO DRIVING LAW)
Fast-moving vehicles must enter the highway through the deceleration lane
Slow-moving vehicles should use the left lane, and fast-moving vehicles should use the right lane
Slow-moving vehicles should use the right lane, and fast-moving vehicles should use the left lane.
Fast-moving vehicles should overtake slower vehicles from the right