Colorado Driver Handbook Practice Quiz
This practice quiz covers many, but not all of the questions found on the written test. It should serve as a supplement for the Colorado Driver Handbook, which covers all items found on the test. We hope this practice quiz helps you on your journey to get a Colorado driver license!
What does this sign indicate?
Pedestrians can walk on the road.
Pedestrian railroad crossing ahead.
What do two solid yellow lines indicate?
You can pass other vehicles.
You can pass, if clear
Neither you nor drivers in the other lane can pass.
Both you or drivers in the other lane can pass.
When driving a vehicle with anti-lock brakes, what is the best way to stop during an emergency?
Apply the brake with a hard, firm pressure and maintain until stopped.
Place the vehicle into neutral and hope for the best.
Pump the brakes.
Push the brake pedal, then use the emergency brakes.
What does this hand signal indicate?
Slowing or stopping
What does Colorado's Child Passenger Protection Law require?
Kids under 8 won't be fastened into a child restraint system while riding in a non-commercial passenger vehicle.
Kids under 8 will wear bicycle helmets while riding in a non-commercial passenger vehicle.
Kids under 8 will be properly fastened into a child restraint system while riding in a non-commercial passenger vehicle.
Kids under 8 will wear a life jacket while riding in a non-commercial passenger vehicle.
What should you do if your gas pedal sticks?
Press the gas pedal harder.
Pull the pedal up with your foot.
Shift to neutral and pull off the side of the road.
Turn on your four-way hazard lights and drive normally.
Which of these signs is a stop sign?
If there is no sign prohibiting it, you may turn right on a red light after coming to a complete stop.
What should you do when lights start flashing at a railroad crossing?
Honk your horn and turn on your hazard lights
What is a "No Zone"?
Areas around large vehicles where cars can disappear into blind spots or are so close that they restrict the truck or bus driver's ability to stop or maneuver safely.
Areas around large vehicles where the wind can make it difficult to maneuver light vehicles.
Areas that no motorists are allowed to drive next to large vehicles.
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