Category Archives: Drivers License Test
Increased speed, dense traffic, poor weather, distractions, stress and fatigue place demands on a driver; they may lead to mistakes and situations that increase crash risk. Here comes the importance of keeping your skills sharp. You can minimize risk by … Continue reading
Driving too fast is a major cause of fatal crashes. You must adjust your speed depending on driving conditions; it may be slower than the posted speed limit(practice permit test). Anticipate trouble ahead and always be
Driving is a risky activity. Every year more than 40,000 people are killed and over three million people are injured motor vehicle crashes. Researches show that in more than 50% of all these crashes, inattention of dri
Large commercial vehicles cannot maneuver like a car or other smaller vehicles. They have much larger blind spots than smaller vehicles. These vehicles will take more time and space to slow down or stop. So you should
The behind-the –wheel test is the last exam the new drivers must take to obtain your driver’s license. By now you had passed the written test already and offered a temporary permit to drive with a qualified adult.
During rainy conditions, the water on the road causes the tires to lose traction. It affects the visibility, as it is difficult to see through the rain and the windshield wipers. Rain also reduces the driver’s percep
Owning a motor vehicle carries a number of responsibilities. It is as important as earning a driver’s license. The law requires all vehicles to be titled and registered. You can apply for the title, registratio
Traffic laws define the orderly movement of vehicles, pedestrians and other road users of public highways. They exist for your safety. Failure to obey the Driving rules results in crashes that may kill you and others.
Safe driving practices include keeping a safe distance around your vehicle. When another driver makes a mistake you need time to react. Give yourself this time by keeping a space cushion on all sides of your vehicle. T
The law requires you to have your vehicle inspected for safety and emissions every year. Always follow the routine maintenance procedures recommended by your vehicle manufacturer. Before you start driving, ensure t